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Fatal deer disease limited to one case

News Service of Florida

After a deer killed in June in Holmes County tested positive for a contagious fatal disease, it remains the only detected case in the state, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Executive Director Roger Young said Wednesday.

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4-H project celebrates Senior Prom

A 1932 Plymouth PB Roadster, owned by Rick Clevenger, in front of the event’s banner.

Story & Photos by LEGION TAYLOR

The local 4-H youth put on a Senior Prom at the Wakulla Senior Center on Wednesday, Feb. 14 – the culmination of five months of hard work. The prom’s theme was “Dash into the ‘50s” and featured decorations, food, and even classic cars from the era.

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Clearcutting complaints

Complaints at the Retreat lead builder D.R. Horton to stop the practice


In the Retreat at Wakulla, a new subdivision under construction off of Martin Luther King Memorial Boulevard, a Homeowner’s Association (HOA) has taken a stand against development company D.R. Horton’s method of clear-cutting lots.

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New Chamber officers, board installed

The 2024 Chamber officers and Board of Directors. Seated at the table are officers: Vice President Megan Smith, President-Elect Frank Messersmith, Past President Amy Geiger, President Jeanie Booth, Secretary Niraj Patel, and Treasurer Jessica Revell. Standing are directors: Kinsey Miller, Kacee Britt, Greg James, Audrey Frazier, Katie Taff, Shelly Bell, Leslie Weiss, Mary Wallace, Tonya Hobby, Rachel Pienta, Tanner Pafford, Julia Whited, BOCC Liaison Ralph Thomas, Zoe Mansfield, Marva Preston, Samantha Morse, Doug Gove, Missy Gainer, Bill Snowden, Chris Russell, Kevin Vaughn, and Josh Brown. Not pictured: Steve Cushman, Bob Ballard, and Tiffany Hartsfield. County Judge Brian Miller, center, administered the oath of office earlier. (Photo by Heather Bryan of the Chamber)
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