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  • Amanda Small and Fillingim are engaged

    Amanda Small and Jeffrey Fillingim, both of Tallahassee, announce their engagement.
    The bride elect’s parents are Terry and Stacy Small of Tallahassee.
    His parents are Ron and Rochelle Fillingim, also of Tallahassee.

  • Miller and Revell wed

    Tani Miller and Cole Revell were married on Jan. 13 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
    The bride is the daughter of Mark and Elisa Miller of Crawfordville.
    The groom is the son of Linda White of Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Revell of Bristol.
    The couple lives in Tallahassee.

  • League of Women Voters elects president

    Jenny Brock was elected president of the Wakulla League of Women Voters provisional at-large chapter.
    “It was quite an honor” said Brock, a long time League of Women Voters’ member who agreed to spearhead and help establish the Wakulla Chapter. “I’ve been a member of the closest chapter for a long time and when people started talking about establishing one here I jumped at the chance to serve.”
    The meeting, held at Beef O’Brady’s on Tuesday, Jan. 18, was host to both new and existing members.

  • New season of Sopchoppy Opry starts on Jan. 29

    Sopchoppy Opry’s 2011 season opens Saturday, January 29 at 7 p.m. in historic Sopchoppy High School’s Auditorium.
    Southbound’s special guests are Lisa Watson and Pure Platinum.
    Also appearing are Megan Milla and Kathleen Gredler.
    For tickets or more information call 962-3711. Tickets are $10.

  • New season of Sopchoppy Opry starts on Jan. 29

    Sopchoppy Opry’s 2011 season opens Saturday, January 29 at 7 p.m. in historic Sopchoppy High School’s Auditorium.
    Southbound’s special guests are Lisa Watson and Pure Platinum.
    Also appearing are Megan Milla and Kathleen Gredler.
    For tickets or more information call 962-3711. Tickets are $10.

  • New Air Force recruiter arrives in Tallahassee

    Staff Sgt. Paul Bollenback has been assigned to the Air Force Recruiting Office located in Tallahassee Mall in Tallahassee.
    As an Air Force recruiter, Sgt. Bollenback is responsible for recruiting qualified people in Leon, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden and Wakulla counties.

  • 12-year-old earns amateur radio license

    Special to The News

    A 12-year-old boy from Crawfordville has accomplished what many older men and women have struggled to do. On Dec. 7, John Ahrendt successfully passed the Federal Communications Commissions Amateur Radio examination for the Technician Class Amateur Radio license.

  • City gets check

    The City of St. Marks received a premium refund from the Florida League of Cities insurance for no property damage. City Manager Zoe A. Mansfield, left, accepts the check from Tom Conley of Florida League of Cities, with help from Ethel Jefferson, right, city administrative assistant.

  • Optimists installed

    Coastal Optimist Club of Wakulla installation dinner was held on Thursday, November 4. Judge Jill Walker inducted the 2011 officers who include (right to left):  Jo Ann Daniels, president; Noah Posey, director; Bill Versiga, director; Tammie Barfield, treasurer; Jeff True, vice-president; and Quill Turk, secretary.

  • Miller graduates from Florida Department of Law Enforcement

    Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Major Jared Miller graduated from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Chief Executive Seminar on Nov. 18.

    The seminar is designed to give law enforcement officials special training during the three-week course. Major Miller attended the course for one week over a three consecutive month period.

    Areas of study included the future of law enforcement, budgeting, criminal trends and their links to the economy, and the new generation of law enforcement employees.