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Today's News

  • Shark News

    Middle School Time Capsules

    By Jessi Robinson and Claire Brown

  • Corrine Ryan's Leather Madness is catching

    Corrine Ryan, Cedar Keyhole's Artist of the Month, was 15 when she bought her Dad a leather drink holder at an art show. He loved it but more importantly looked at his daughter and said, "You can do this."

    Corrine's Leather Madness began. She spent her allowance on leather tools, leather and art books. She didn't just stamp art; she carved or tooled it from original designs.

  • True Faith: Are you 'almost a Christian?'

    Not too long ago, I was preaching at a funeral service, and one friendly person came up to me after the service and said with what seemed to me, a little bit of tongue in cheek, "I'm almost a Christian." Perhaps his comment resulted from my attempts to persuade those in the audience who were still alive, to turn, and accept Jesus Christ as the only true hope for eternal salvation.

  • Fishing Lines: Fishing? Gators? Hunting? Tough choices for fall

    There are a lot of tough choices to make in the next two months or so, something will have to give.

  • Reflections: Jazz up email with video compression

    There is a technology available that has revolutionized E-mail. Instead of writing E-mail by typing, you can now talk it. And, not only can you talk it, you can also record it live, via video. Thanks to a software program by Aimslab, you can take ordinary AVI files and condense them into extended movies and attach them to your E-mail, or even put them on your web site for viewing online, or for download.

  • Volleyball hangs tough in Bronson tourney

    Cedar Key varsity volleyball placed fourth in the field at Bronson tourney, but earned the satisfaction of playing above their heads and challenging bigger teams.

  • Shark News

    ASVAB

    By Zo Stuber

    Juniors and seniors took the ASVAB test, a career exploration test, last Tuesday. The ASVAB is a prediction test for upper classman, and based on the student's answers, offers a wide range of career options that the student may be interested in. The test is required and is taken in either 11th or 12th grade.

  • Incumbents sweep; sheriff's race is tight

    It was a good day for incumbents in Tuesday's primary as three won re-election and others won their party's nomination for the November election.

    Almost one-third of the county's registered voters, 8,216 out of 25,070, cast ballots in the primary. All results are unofficial. While it was a primary to determine the nominees for the November general elections, three races were being decided as the Republican Party did not mount any candidates to oppose the Democrats.

  • Cedar Key's healer, Mary Inskeep

    An angel of mercy has quietly been providing a great service to the community of Cedar Key for the past 25 years. She does house calls, meets appointments at her Rosewood office, keeps us fit and limber, offers herbal oils, and wraps us in wellness. She is Mary Inskeep, Licensed Massage Therapist.

  • True Faith: Who is Jesus?

    Preachers always notice the listeners who are paying careful attention. Our eyes tend to go to the people who are busy looking up passages of scripture whenever a reference is given. Another strong indication of a good listener is when someone in the audience is taking notes. This is different from drawing pictures. The preacher can also notice the eyes that appear to be open, but that bland stare can also indicate that the rhythm and tone of the speaker's voice and the holy atmosphere is putting the person to sleep.