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Charles' First Alert Forecast - Sunday, May 15

15 year-old Wakulla County resident starts a food stand to raise money for his mom’s medical bills. Fifteen year-old Adrion Mancilla spends his weekends cooking and selling Mexican dishes to raise money for his mom's medical expenses. Charles' Evening First Alert Forecast - Saturday, May 14. Updated: 17 hours...
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2 seriously injured in Wakulla crash

WAKULLA COUNTY, Fla. (WCTV) - The Florida Highway Patrol says two people were seriously injured in a crash Thursday evening on Coastal Hwy. The crash happened around 6:07 p.m. and involved two vehicles: a Ford and a Toyota. According to the FHP, both drivers are Wakulla County residents. The driver...
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Wakulla Middle School Wildcats are state-championship bound!

What an outstanding season for the WMS Wildcats! Headed up by Coach Tommy Ferguson and Coach Samantha Isaacs, along with Assistant Coach Stephen Attaway, the Wildcats saw unprecedented success this season. A roster of 58 athletes kept the team in high standings over the course of six meets. The team...
CRAWFORDVILLE, FL
Citrus County Chronicle

Wakulla Dance Academy competes in Jackonville

Wakulla Dance Academy competed for the first time in two years since Covid the weekend of April 23 and 24 in Jacksonville. These dancers represented Wakulla County well, bringing home multiple five-star awards and 4.75 point awards, as well as several first place overall high scores. Once again, WDA receives the top award for choreography. Dancers were also awarded special judge’s awards for explosive energy, shimmy shakers and with an invitation to nationals. This competition is a worldwide leader in talent competitions and Crawfordville has some stars!
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Wakulla Clerk's Office welcomes first internal auditor

CRAWFORDVILLE — The Wakulla County Clerk of Court and Comptroller Greg James is pleased to announce the establishment of the Department of Internal Audit and the appointment of Katrina Cromwell to the newly founded position of Internal Auditor. The department will ensure that the county and clerk’s office are...
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Citrus County Chronicle

Breonne Murray chosen for prestigious summer institute for teachers

Wakulla High School teacher Breonne Murray will head to Alabama this summer for an immersive, three-week field study of the modern Civil Rights Movement. “Stony the Road We Trod: Exploring Alabama’s Civil Rights Legacy” is a teaching institute presented by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Alabama Humanities Alliance. The program, which will run July 10 to 30, selects no more than 30 educators from across the nation for this opportunity each year.
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22-year-old dead after a single car crash in Wakulla County

WAKULLA COUNTY, Fla. (WCTV) - One man from Crawfordville is dead following a crash on Saturday evening in Wakulla County. The 22-year-old man was traveling West on CR 368 around 10:36 p.m. approaching a left-hand curve when he drifted off the road, according to Florida Highway Patrol. FHP said the...
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Citrus County Chronicle

Wakulla County Construction Update

Septic to sewer construction in Phase Three of Magnolia Gardens or “Greiner’s Addition” to the neighborhood has been delayed due to the availability of the required wet well. The original design included a fiberglass wet well. The contractor reported that it would take four to six months to receive a fiberglass wet well for the system. Based on that information, a decision was made to move forward with an HDPE-lined concrete wet well. The concrete wet well has been ordered and is in production; however, this item is experiencing delays in both manufacturing and delivery.
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Citrus County Chronicle

New Miss Wakulla crowned

On Saturday Victoria Dichio was crowned as the 2022 Miss Wakulla County, at the Wakulla High School Auditorium, earning a $1,000 scholarship to further her education. Dichio competed in the areas of scholastic and community achievement, short essay, personal interview, personal introduction, evening gown and an on-stage question. She also won Best Interview and the Scholastic and Community Achievement award.
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Citrus County Chronicle

Yucca plants make their point in the home landscape

Being sharp is usually considered a compliment. It implies the recipient of this assessment has the intellectual ability and the mental agility to handle the rigors of contemporary life with ease. Sharp individuals anticipate coming events and prepare for them with preemptive actions, which lead to a better than typical...
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