Wawa approved

Planning commission give OK to gas station under conditional use rules

By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
Editor

The planning commission voted last week to approve a conditional use for a Wawa convenience store and gas station to be located on Crawfordville Highway on a parcel between the old and new Whiddon Lake Road.

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Angie Nichols running for school board

Educator says she will focus on accountability and transparency

Angie Nichols

By ANGIE NICHOLS
Candidate

Last year I began thinking of ways that I could help make a difference in the school system and return to my educational roots. After a great deal of prayer and discussion with my family, I am excited to announce my candidacy for the Wakulla County School Board District 2!

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Water rates to go up for Sopchoppy

City will also set residential connection fees at $7,200

By LEGION TAYLOR
Reporter

The Sopchoppy City Council passed two ordinances to increase water rates and capacity fees inside and outside of the city limits of Sopchoppy.

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Ryan Ladwig’s Eagle Scout project at Shell Point

Parents Glenn and Crystal Ladwig with their son Ryan at his Eagle Scout project at Shell Point Beach.

Story & Photos By
LINDA ANN McDONALD
Correspondent

Ryan Ladwig is a Troop 5 Boy Scout who identified a need in his Wakulla County community and by demonstrating leadership skills and upholding the Boy Scout Promise of Duty to Other People, Ryan worked with his team to build pathways that lead to the two pavilions and connect to the sidewalk and parking lot of Shell Point Beach.

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Cadena wins Best Youth

Emiliano Cadena with his trophy.

Special to The Sun

Wakulla 4-H Shotgun Club member Emiliano Cadena participated in the 16th Annual Bustin’ Clays event with Sheriff Grady Judd fundraiser on Saturday, April 6, at Tenoroc Sporting Clays in Lakeland.

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Congratulations to Wakulla High School Honor Court

This year’s Honor Court for Wakulla High School: top row, Georgia Gumphrey, Joy Li, Taylor Thorne, Lily McMillan, Andriss Stallings, Zamora Travis, Jordyn Hatfield, and Haley Perry; bottom row, Riley Carraway, Robert Bunch, Wyatt Ayers, Murray Breithaupt, Parker Lawhon, Salutatorian Noah Alford, Valedictorian Hayden Peacock, Nathan Braverman, Legion Taylor, Matthew Ayotte, and Owen Mercure.
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