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Fishing For Success with the Bell Senior FFA

By Carleigh Newsom On September 14th, FFA advisor Mr. Bill Martin took some of his Bell FFA Officers to the University of Florida pond where they volunteered at the Fishing for Success event which was taking place. This event is put on by the University of Florida and is used to education people on aquatic life. The officer members did ... Full Story »

2019 Bell JV Volleyball

Back row: Veronica Whiting, Alexsa Young, Tracey Smith, Sydney Waddle, Ashley Thomas, and Stacey Waddle. Front row: Alaina Thomas, Karys York, Amani Salem, Anna Hutto, and McKinley Downing. Full Story »

Trenton has become American home to foreign Exchange Teachers

The City of Trenton has become the new hometown for three foreign exchange teachers. Sam Bathula and Abhilash Rajan are both teachers from India, while Jelina Edodollon is from the Philippines. All three teachers joined the J-1 program which is for non-US citizens with teaching experience who want to learn about and teach abroad in United States classrooms. While in ... Full Story »

2019 Bell High School Football Team

Left to right: Standing: Coaches Joey Whittington, Troy Terry, Jared Thomas, Barrett Brown, James Slayton, and Rick Carnley. Fifth row: Hayden Brown, Jason Santos, Ben Dozier, Patrick Hill, Waylen McCumber, Colby Herring, Dalton Parrott, and Caleb Hall. Four row: Lindsey Hutson, Chris Sandlin, Landon Johnson, Tyler Pittman, Rhett Rankin, Jayson Marino, Luke Rewis, and Jordan Hernandez. Third row: Zach Ford, ... Full Story »

Operation Christmas Child Kick Off event planned for Sept. 28

By Cindy Jo Ayers It’s almost time for the Operation Christmas Child Kick-Off event. Each year thousands of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes are packed and sent from the Tri-County area. Good hearted people who care about children around world buy gifts and pack them in shoeboxes. Those boxes are collected at churches or turned into a collection center in the ... Full Story »

Dorian, a very unpredictable hurricane

By Cindy Jo Ayers Hurricane Dorian has kept the meteorologists and the citizens of Florida guessing for over a week. During the latter part of last week gas stations in the Tri-County Area were running out of gas and if stations had gas some citizens were having to wait in line for gas. On Thursday, August 29, Dorian was a ... Full Story »