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New traffic lights in Trenton

New traffic lights were installed last week in Trenton. The new lights will have a left turn signal on US 129. This will hopefully improve the traffic flow at peak traffic times. Full Story »

Trenton rolls over Fort Meade in 3 innings

By Todd Bryant Last Thursday evening the Trenton Tigers took on the Fort Meade Miners at home. The Tigers had won the right to play the regional semi-final game at home and Bell had traveled down to play the Frostproof Bulldogs. The Miners had to face Darian Ingram on the mound. Ingram gave up one run on two bunt singles ... Full Story »

THS Girls Track

The season is over and my girls placed well in 1A District State finals.  Jaden Riess placed third overall in the 400 meters with a personal record of 55.17.  The quote is “she is the fastest 8th grader in the state,” for the 400 meters.  Rebekah Price placed 20th for discus. Coach Sudigala Full Story »

Runnin’ Bulldogs Perform at State

Submitted The Bell High School Runnin’ Bulldogs Track and Field Team traveled to the University of North Florida in Jacksonville on May 3rd and 4th to participate in the Florida State Track and Field Meet. Having to deal with bad weather, humid conditions, and waiting hours for an event to start, the Runnin’ Bulldogs made a terrific showing in the ... Full Story »

Trenton softball completes regular season with win over 7A Columbia High School

By Todd Bryant The Trenton Lady Tigers had hoped that the Gainesville High School game would end its season, but 7A Columbia forced Trenton to play on Thursday, April 25. The game was held in Trenton and a good crowd from both teams attended. Trenton started Keeli Zingaro on the mound and Keeli pitched 2 1/3 innings, giving up 3 ... Full Story »

Tiger baseball finishes regular season 20-4

The Trenton Tigers baseball team finished their regular season last week with a victory over Ft White on Tuesday and their final game on Thursday in Alachua. The Tigers honored the Class of 2019 seniors in a pre-game ceremony before the Ft White game. Trenton’s Trent Becker opened on the mound as the junior left-hander went 4 and a third ... Full Story »

Relayin’ for a Cure

Bell High School’s JROTC presented the colors at the Relay. Shown from left, Denis Riordan, Dalton Martin, Sahara Henderson and Breanna Milan. Austin Allen spoke to the crowd about his experiences as a cancer survivor. His brother Hunter Allen spoke about his life as a caregiver. Trenton High Cheer Team attended the Relay for Life event to cheer on the ... Full Story »

Law Day held on the Suwannee

Law enforcement from Gilchrist and Levy Counties were treated to dinner on the Suwannee River. Deputies from both counties gathered to enjoy fried mullet, cheese grits and swamp cabbage. Law Day is a long standing tradition hosted each year by Judge Sheree Lancaster of Gilchrist County and Judge James T. Browning of Levy County, along with State Attorney Bill Cervone ... Full Story »

Esther’s School coming to Bell in the Fall

Dr. Esther Berry will be opening a Christian school in Bell at the former Kathy’s All Things Day Care building. Dr. Berry is currently taking applications for students to start attending Esther’s School in the fall. The school will include kindergarten though high school. All children will be welcome at the school with a special emphasis on children with special ... Full Story »

Lady Tigers are softball district champs

By Todd Bryant The girls district 7 1A softball tournament began in Trenton on Monday night with #4 seed Dixie playing the #5 seed Branford at 5 pm followed by #3 seed Chiefland playing the #6 seed Bronson at 7 pm. Dixie was able to beat Branford 12-6 and Chiefland beat Bronson 10-0. The next round of the tournament was ... Full Story »