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Local News

  • Trail cleanup a huge success

    The large pile of debris you may have observed on Grove Street near its intersection with state road 24 is the result of a very successful cleanup of Cedar Key’s Railroad Trestle Trail.  Florida’s Nature Coast Conservancy held the annual cleanup of the Trail on March 8.

  • Cedar Key commemorating 50 years of art festivals

     As preparations are finalized for the 50th Annual Spring Arts Festival in Cedar Key on April 12 & 13, a new mural to commemorate the event is taking shape in downtown Cedar Key. Plans for the mural have been in the works for over a year, according to festival coordinator, Bev Ringenberg, but the first “real paint” went up on the wall last Friday morning.

  • A festival tradition continues...

    By Bev Ringenberg

  • ‘Introduction to the oyster culture industry’ workshop set for April 4

    The University of Florida IFAS Cooperative Extension Service in partnership with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Aquaculture is offering a workshop on the oyster culture industry in the northeastern U.S.

  • Cedar Key senior accepted to United States Naval Academy

    By Sarah Bartholemy
    Shark Correspondent

  • Bone hunter gives update on Nature Coast digs

    With an eye toward the seas, archaeologists working in the Nature Coast continue to make haste in understanding ancient cultures in the area before it's too late, and all that work against the clock is starting to pay off.
    "The goal of our project, among other things, is to salvage the archaeological record," said University of Florida Archaeologist Dr. Kenneth Sassaman Saturday to a group of about 50 people gathered at the Cedar Key Community Center. "After five years, we're starting to accumulate a pretty robust record."

  • A child’s eye view: Remembering the festival

    Children have been part of Cedar Key’s Spring Arts Festivals from the very beginning. They have been artists participating in the main event or in art competitions organized through the Cedar Key School and have helped out with food booths or in restaurants around town on busy festival weekends.  Here are a few special stories.
    June 6-7, 1964: Carmen Day

  • Four FFA teams head to state competition

    The Cedar Key FFA chapter competed in the Area II Ornamental Horticulture CDE’s last week – and once again brought home some impressive hardware.
    The smallest school in the state just doesn’t let its size keep them from dominating certain FFA events, said Cedar Key advisor Denny Voyles.
     In the five areas of the contest, Area II (which stretches from Citrus County to Jacksonville and west to Madison), 66 teams competed for the chance to go on to the state finals.

  • Four FFA teams head to state competition
  • Four FFA teams head to state competition

    The Cedar Key FFA chapter competed in the Area II Ornamental Horticulture CDE’s last week – and once again brought home some impressive hardware.
    The smallest school in the state just doesn’t let its size keep them from dominating certain FFA events, said Cedar Key advisor Denny Voyles.
     In the five areas of the contest, Area II (which stretches from Citrus County to Jacksonville and west to Madison), 66 teams competed for the chance to go on to the state finals.