John Michael “Mike” Carter, 80, a resident of Crawfordville, died November 16, 2022, after suffering a stroke. Mike was born in Tallahassee and earned degrees from Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville, the University of Florida and Cumberland Law School in Birmingham, Alabama. He was an… Read moreJohn Michael “Mike” Carter
Many members of the local business community turned out Thursday, Nov. 17, for the 2022 Business Excellence Awards Banquet hosted by the Wakulla Chamber. Read moreChamber hosts annual Business Excellence Awards
This past week was Armed Forces Day at Doak Campbell Stadium for the FSU home game. Flotilla 12 had the privilege of representing the U.S. Coast Guard along with the recruiting office out of Mobile, Alabama. Also in attendance were representatives from the Navy, Army special forces, Air Forc… Read moreFlotilla 12 at Armed Forces Day event at Doak
Angela Den Bleyker is November’s Teacher of the Month Crawfordville Elementary School. Den Bleyker is currently a first-grade teacher and came to work for Wakulla County Schools in 2007 as a fifth-grade teacher after completing her internship with Flagler College. Read moreCrawfordville Elementary School's November Teacher of the Month: Angela Den Bleyker
Brooke Autrey is Riversprings Middle School’s November Teacher of the Month. Autrey grew up attending Wakulla County Schools and completed her practicum and internship at Crawfordville Elementary School before becoming a first-grade teacher at Shadeville Elementary School. Read moreRiversprings Middle School's November Teacher of the Month: Brooke Autrey
With stiff competition across more than 15 counties, Riversink Elementary has been selected to participate in a yearlong project with Partnership for Effective Programs for Students with Autism (PEPSA) and the Statewide Centers for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD). Read moreRiversink Elementary to host autism initiative
Wakulla County Administration Department recently recognized Senior Library Assistant Linda Oaks as its inaugural Employee of the Quarter. Linda has worked at the Wakulla County Public Library for eight years. Read moreCounty names Employee of the Quarter
The Carrabelle Chamber of Commerce is invites all area residents and visitors to SHOP SMALL and DINE LOCAL with chamber members from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, in honor of Small Business Saturdayin Carrabelle. Read moreCarrabelle Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Small Business Saturday with special event
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