Brenda Dawn Clemons, 62, and Robert (Bobby) L. Clemons, Jr., 63, both of Tallahassee, skated off into the eternal sunset together on January 20, 2023. She was the daughter of Mary Wilma (Willie) and Olin Bishop, and he was the son of the late Ann Mae and late Robert (Bob) L. Clemons, Sr. Whi… Read moreBrenda and Robert Clemons Jr.
It was another successful weekend for Wakulla High School’s wrestling team as they defended their title at the Wakulla FCA Invitational. Read moreWakulla Wrestling defends tournament crown at Wakulla FCA Invitational
NWF Health Network (NWFHN) has announced Marcia Mathis, a Wakulla County resident, as the company’s newly appointed Faith Liaison. Read moreNWF Health Network appoints Wakulla resident as 'Faith Liaison'
The Carrabelle History Museum is hosting the Carrabelle Culture Crawl from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, in downtown Carrabelle. Read moreCarrabelle Culture Crawl designed for art, music, fun
The temperature dropped on Dec. 22 to 19 degree in Panacea. Hands went numb; lips turned turning blue. Since air has a smaller heat capacity than water, it is relatively easy to warm up when you’re dry, but what if you were wet? Read moreFranklin the green sea turtle returned after recuperating at Gulf Specimen
This past weekend, Flotilla 12 hosted the Division 1 Meeting of 2023. Read moreFlotilla 12 hosts Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 1 meeting
On Jan. 13, detectives with the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division arrested Shawn Zachary Lollie, 23, in connection with 10 counts of possession of computer child pornography. Read moreLocal man faces 10 counts of possession of computer child porn
On Jan. 2, 2023, detectives with Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division arrested Marc LaChapelle, 65, in connection with 25 counts of possession of computer child pornography. The arrest of LaChapelle was the culmination of a months-long investigation by detectives … Read moreLocal man faces 25 counts of child pornography possession
The Wakulla Middle School Science Fair was held on Thursday, Dec. 15. Charlotte Hoover, the fair’s coordinator, oversaw the fair and invited local business people and community members to judge the fair. Read moreWMS students share knowledge at science fair
CARRABELLE — In commemoration of Black History Month, the Camp Gordon Johnston Museum will present a special exhibit to honor our country’s African-American servicemen. This exhibit will focus on the 473rd, one of the Black Amphibious Truck Companies that served at Camp Gordon Johnston durin… Read moreSpecial Exhibit: Honoring our African American Soldiers
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