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Today's Features

  • Friday, Feb. 4

    Dudley Farm
    Dudley Farm Old-Fashioned Plow Days will showcase agricultural practices before the tractor and mechanization as highly skilled draft horse and mule teams plow the crop fields in preparation for spring planting Friday, Feb. 4 and Saturday, Feb. 6 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
    There will be traditional skills demonstrations, wagon rides and music. Come look at these big beautiful and powerful creatures and the hard work we once depended upon them for.

  • Nicole and Bruce Kosch had it all: a love that had blossomed since their high school days in Port Charlotte, good educations, great jobs, an adventure that took them to Wisconsin for a year and a warm, comfortable home in Morriston.

    The time was right to add to their number and so they began preparations to welcome a third into their fold.

    But after a year of unsuccessful attempts to conceive, the couple sought medical advice and testing.

    Bruce was up first, because male testing is less invasive.

  • June Burks of Williston, formerly of Cotton Valley, La., celebrated her 80th birthday Sunday, Jan. 23, with party at her home hosted by her children.
    Many people know Ms. June from the scrumptious homemade pies that she has prepared in past years. Party attendees enjoyed a desserts-only menu, sampling from tables filled with cakes, pies, cobblers and puddings...many of them made by the honoree!
     Over 70 friends and family members came to celebrate her throughout the afternoon.

  • Saturday, Jan. 15

    Soup-A-Thon
    Calling all soup makers: reserve your spot today to try for the title of Best Soup Chef in the area.  The Yankeetown-Inglis Woman’s Club Soup-A-Thon will be Saturday, Jan. 15 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.  Bring your favorite soup and join your neighbors at #5  56th St., Yankeetown to try them all and vote for the best.  All you can eat for $5.  Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three tastiest soups: 1st place $50, 2nd place $25 and 3rd place $10.

  • Saturday, Jan. 15

    Soup-A-Thon

  • Shirley and Charles Kunkle celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Jan. 3.
    The couple met when he was 15 and she was 12.
    Mr. Kunkle served as a Marine in Vietnam. When he came home he joined the Philadelphia Fire Department, where he served for 26 years.
    The couple moved to Florida in 1997. Mrs. Kunkle was employed at Winn-Dixie for 13 years.

  • James 4:1-12
    In Paul’s letter to the Philippians, you will find the names of two ladies who could not get along with each other, Euodia and Syntyche (or, as it has been rendered, Odius and Soontouchy).
    They obviously had trouble working together. Then and now, the church is too often described in this little jingle:
    To dwell above with saints we love,
    O that will be sure glory.
    But to dwell below with saints we know,    
    Well, that’s another story!1    

  • Chelsey Langworthy-Frost and Loren Frost announce the birth of their twins Emily Noel and Noah Loren born Dec. 24, 2010 at North Florida Regional Hospital in Gainesville. Emily weighed 5 pounds, 7 ounces and was 17 inches long. Noah weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and was 18 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Eden and Windy Langworthy. Paternal grandparents are Loren Frost and Nancy Frost. The babies' siblings are Gracie Petutsky, 4, and Cole Petutsky, 2.

  • Walk To Bethlehem
    Walk To Bethlehem, a narrated interactive journey, presumed to have been taken by Mary and Joseph leading up to the birth of Jesus will take place Dec. 9-23 from 7-9 p.m.
    It is located on SR121 between CR326 and CR464, Morriston.
     All are welcome to come out and stroll through the Christmas fantasyland, check out the many displays, see Santa and enjoy refreshments, shop in the new Country Crafts Store, in addition to joining a caravan on the journey to Bethlehem.

  • The sights, sounds and smells of Christmas come alive this Sunday as the Williston Woman’s Club presents the Christmas Tour of Homes featuring four magnificent houses, their decor and their generous owners.
    A tradition that dates back almost 20 years has been resurrected by the club as a fund-raiser with monies earmarked for a covered pavilion at Williston Elementary School.