Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of Steinhatchee, FL Need You!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around steinhatchee.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.29 and $3.34 in Steinhatchee as of 2024-03-04. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.352, a week ago the price is $3.264 , according to AAA.
Highschool Softball | 04 March Bell Girls Game Notice
The Bell Girls Softball team will have a Non-conference game with Bronson(Bronson, FL) on 04 March, 2024, 7 PM. As of now, Bulldogs has won 4 games and lost 5 games, and the winning rate is 0.444.
Handgun found in car at FWHS
FORT WHITE — A Fort White High School student is in custody after a firearm was found in his car at the school Thursday. Hunter Creamer, 18, was charged Thursday morning with possession of a weapon…
The coldest February in Lafayette County history—and the warmest
Stacker compiled a list of the warmest and coldest Februaries in each county's history using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.
Dive into Flavors: Top 3 Seafood Restaurants in Live Oak
This article presents a guide to three exceptional seafood restaurants located in Live Oak. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these places? If you have, we invite you to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Fort White students raise money for charity
FORT WHITE, Fla. (WCJB) - Fort White High School students found a colorful way to raise money for charity. Plenty of people made their way to the honor society’s color fun run today. For fifteen dollars, participants could join in the race and get splattered with all sorts of...
VIDEO: ABC 27 teams up with Second Harvest of the Big Bend to feed 500 families
Second Harvest of the Big Bend hosted a food distribution at the West Fraser- Perry Mill to commemorate six months after of Hurricane Idalia.
PREP SOFTBALL: Fort White blows past Branford twice in 2 nights
BRANFORD — The early-season showdown between the two undefeated softball powers from neighboring counties never materialized. Fort White’s Kadence Compton had a big hand in not allowing Branford off…
PREP ROUNDUP: Scores and stats from 3/1/24
— Branford 13, Bronson 3: Behind four RBIs from Kyler Watson and two more from Austin Humphries, the Buccaneers (1-3) run-ruled the Eagles (1-1) in six innings at home for their first win. Camden Gaskins, Dawson Cannon and Wyatt Derringer also had an RBI each for BHS, which saw Tucker Floyd (one hit allowed, one walk, seven strikeouts) and Cannon (two hits allowed, one walk, four strikeouts) each pitch three innings while Gaskins allowed the three runs — two earned — in no innings pitched.
Pair arrested for driveway murder
A pair of men have been arrested for the murder of a Lake City man Monday night in his driveway. The Lake City Police Department announced Wednesday morning that Justin Torres, a 26-year-old from Wellborn, and Kendall Doty, a 25-year-old from Lake City, have been charged with homicide for the shooting Monday night in the northwest part of the city.
$400K in state funds set for building
MAYO — Lafayette County’s industrial park is ready for expansion. Utilizing $400,000 in state funds through the Rural Infrastructure Fund awarded Friday, the county is looking to construct a 3,000…
Million-dollar embezzlement scandal unfolds in Suwannee County
Federico email@example.com On Friday, Feb. 1, Suwannee County Sheriff's Office (SCSO) Investigator Sergeant Wayne Kelly was alerted to a case of financial malfeasance following a call from a local business owner. The SCSO report states the owner disclosed suspicions regarding his former bookkeeper, 36-year-old Branford resident Ashley Nicole Dalton, who was allegedly embezzling.
Suwannee Spring Reunion officially kicks off festival season
Well, it’s about to officially be festival season. What is the official kick off for you for your festival season? For myself, festival season officially kicks off in March with the Suwannee Spring Reunion at the Spirit of the Suwanee Music Park, just a seven hour drive from New Orleans in Live Oak Florida.
McAlpin man turns himself in on warrant
Christian Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org On Wednesday, Feb. 14, 34-year-old McAlpin resident David Alan Phinney was arrested on charges of alleged child abuse. According to a report filed by the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office (SCSO), investigators worked with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCF) to implement a safety plan for the children involved. These children we.
El Niño Effect: North Florida Melon Producers Be Wary of Potential Disease Buildup
Persistent rains in the North Florida region amid the current El Niño weather pattern is a potential concern for the region’s watermelon producers. But as long as growers stay on top of their fungicide applications, any disease inoculum should be controlled, believes Bob Hochmuth, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Regional Specialized Extension agent in Live Oak, Florida.
2024 elections on horizon – Important dates to remember
With a presidential general election now barely 10 months away, interest in the electoral process is beginning to perk up, preparatory to the grand finale of the general election on Nov. 5. With that in mind, the following are some important dates to keep in mind, according to the Suwannee, Hamilton and Lafayette County Elections Offices.
All That Remains of an Old Florida Resort
Suwannee Springs Resort | Suwannee County, Florida | Founded c. 1830s. *Thanks to Eric Musgrove, a local historian who provided the research for this piece*. Standing quietly along the Suwannee River in Florida is a relic from another time. The ruins of a grand resort that once flourished during the era of the hot spring hotels. When tourists from around the U.S. would travel to this area by wagon, then trains, to access the purported healing waters of the natural springs here. This was one of Florida’s earliest tourist destinations- visited by those looking to heal and relax in the resort-like atmosphere of a grand hotel. A hotel that could host 150 guests, although if you passed by today, you would never know it was there.
ON THE ROAD: Neighborhood forecast for Thursday, 6-months after Hurricane Idalia landfall
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Thursday February 29, 2024 marks 6-months since Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Keaton Beach at 7:45 AM with winds at 125 mph at 7:45 AM. Neighbors have been rebuilding since landfall six months ago, and Channing Framptonand, IElizabeth Copelandwill be 'on the road' in Steinhatchee for Thursday night's shows at Roy's for a look at how our neighbors are doing after the storm.