There are many misconceptions about the type and amount of disaster assistance available from FEMA to individuals, households, and small businesses after a disaster. FEMA’s grant programs are meant to serve as a last resort for funding. Many times, families find out the hard way that they we… Read more
GLENDALE, Arizona — Aleyda Plagge, D.V.M., of Crawfordville, Florida, has completed the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) degree at the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) of Midwestern University. Conferring of degrees took place in a June 1 graduation ceremony at Midwestern Universit… Read more
This summer, Eddie J. Oliver II, “Deuce,” from Crawfordville will join outstanding elementary school students from across the state to take part in a unique academic and career- oriented development experience, the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Pathways to STEM, taking place this m… Read more
Jackson Bruce Joiner, 91, of Ochlockonee Bay, Florida, passed peacefully on June 11, 2022. Jack was born in Pavo, Georgia, on June 20, 1930, to James Lawrence and Mary Thelma Bruce Joiner. For over 50 years, Jack was a resident of Fauquier County, Virginia, relocating to Wakulla County, Flor… Read more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reminds the public that we can help sea turtles have a successful nesting season by giving them space, removing beach furniture at night, keeping beaches clean and dark, and never disturbing their nests. Sea turtles and their nests … Read more
The warmer temperatures in April brought out the blooms in both the home landscapes and wild areas of Wakulla County’s spring. Crabapple, redbud and maple have long finished their bloom cycle, as have azaleas, loropetalum and many others which commonly surround homes and businesses. Read more
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