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22 Trenton High School Seniors honored at Senior Night

All of the seniors lining up with their parents for their final home football game of the year. Football players Zachary Braswell, John Cruz, Carson Feather, Angel Garcia, Tyler Perry, Kyle Pollock, Jalen Reiss, Jaron Riley, Tristan Sloan, Brian Wheeles, and Keion “KJ” Williams. Band members Joel Diaz, Abigail Griffis, Megan Keuspert, and Cody Turner. Cheerleaders were Chrissy Franks, Madisson ... Full Story »

Umatilla slips by Bell in final period

The Bell Bulldogs welcomed Umatilla to the Dawg Pound Friday night. Umatilla took the momentum in the fourth period to score 14 points to escape with a victory. The Bulldogs Hayden Brown completed 10 of 16 passes for 85 yards, 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions. Connor Hastings had 13 carries for 31 yards. The Bulldogs will travel to Monticello Friday ... Full Story »

Trenton defeats Hamilton County

The Trenton Tigers defeated the Hamilton County Trojans Friday night in Trenton to improve their regular season (4-4) record. Trenton took a 16-7 lead into intermission. These two teams got fired up in the second half as the Tigers scored 34 points to take a 50-34 victory. The Trojans managed to score 27 points in the 3rd and 4th quarters. ... Full Story »

Braley Hines a blogger, baker, and Business entrepreneur at 15

When the Covid 19, nationwide shut down came in March of 2020 everyone had to adjust their lives. One very busy 14 year old, Braley Hines suddenly learned there was no school and no activities for teens in the entire country. Braley who is an active member of the Trenton FFA Chapter found herself homebound and very bored, no State ... Full Story »

City of Trenton to hold Election Dec. 7

The Town of Trenton will hold their election on Tuesday, Dec. 7. The Mayor-Commissioner seat held by Wesley “Lee” Deen and the Group 1 seat held by Cloud E. Haley are both up for election. Both the Mayor-Commissioner seat and the Group 1 seat are two year terms. Anyone who wants to run for the Trenton City Commission must be ... Full Story »

Trenton Public Safety Cadet Program approved by City Commission

The Trenton City Commission took action Monday night during the first regular meeting in October to approve the Trenton Public Safety Cadet Program. Public Safety Chief Matt Rexroat addressed the Commission as the program was on the agenda as an action item. Chief Rexroat explained that this Cadet Program will be under the Trenton Department of Public Safety and will ... Full Story »

Bell Elementary Students have Perfect Score on Test

Some very sharp students at Bell Elementary School scored a perfect score on the 2021 Florida Standards Assessment and they were recognized at the October 5th, School Board Meeting. Wesley Bryan, Maggie Smith, Zoe Stables, and Blake Steck all scored a perfect score in math. Andy Bonilla-Martinez scored a perfect score in math and science. Congratulations to these students for ... Full Story »

Fall Fun in Gilchrist County Upcoming local events

BBQ from the Hart will be held on Saturday, October 16th. The event has drawn 26 professional BBQ teams from throughout Florida and Georgia. There are activities planned throughout the day such as Cornhole and Horseshoe tournaments. Taste testing and judging of BBQ as well as food trucks. The event host Gilchrist County Rotary Club will also have a children’s ... Full Story »

Riverside Christian defeats Canterbury in 8-man football

The Riverside Christian Wranglers traveled to St. Petersburg Friday night where they defeated the Canterbury School of Florida, 36-8 in 8-man high school football action. The Wrangler’s Jason Cannon set the pace for the offense as the running back scored 3 touchdowns and rushed for 150 yards. Carter Hodge, the Wrangler’s signal caller, dashed for 2 touchdowns and completed passes ... Full Story »

Bell topples St Francis Catholic 34-8 in football

The varsity Bell Bulldogs kicked up a victory as they scored 34 unanswered points in the 1st and 3rd periods to take a 34-0 lead into the 4th period. The visiting Saint Francis Catholic Wolves scored 8 points in the final period to keep from being shutout, 34-8. The Bulldogs improved their regular season record to 3-4. The Bulldog’s Hayden ... Full Story »