• Shark News for Jan. 12
    CKS Spring Sports By Sarah Bartholemy & Chloe Reynolds Shark Correspondents     As winter sports come to an end, Cedar Key School is preparing to start its spring training.
  • September events
     Taryn Epperson Shark Correspondent
  • Beginners luck?
    Jan and Maurice Hendrix, of Cedar Key, took this photo of their grandson, Mathew Reilly, age 12, with his first-caught red fish - that he caught off their dock - all 20 ? inches of it.
  • The faces of Cedar Key Safety Patrol
    They may look like ordinary fifth graders, but these six 10-year-olds are members of the Cedar Key Safety Patrol.  They, along with about 8 other students and teacher, Miss Janeice Smith, are tasked with ensuring that things are safe at school and they had to eat well for the job on the first day of school. 
  • ‘Fishing for Youth’ a huge success
     Each summer, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Division of Marine Fisheries hosts Nature Coast Fishing for Youth (NCFY) in Cedar Key - a free fishing clinic offered to area youth. Last summer, with only six clinics, there were about 100 participants, but this summer Cedar Key boasted 11 clinics and 219 participants.
  • Fund set up for Jessie Short, family
     Jessie Short, an 18-year-old rising senior at Chiefland High School, was involved in a car accident two weeks ago, which has left him comatose at Shands Hospital and his family needs your help.