• St. James host Nobles benefit Saturday

    The St. James Bay Golf Resort outside Carrabelle will be the site this Saturday, Aug. 30 of the O’myakinah Open, a benefit for Tom Nobles in his battle with cancer The event will get under... READ MORE

  • Sweatt leaves, Williams touted as successor

    On the eve of what looks to be a strong basketball season for the Franklin County Seahawks, coach Mike Sweatt has returned to his former coaching position at Wakulla County High School. Former ... READ MORE

  • And a hot time was had by all

    Bondarenko, Nordheim and Wiedeman set the pace for this year’s St. George Island Sizzler and Fun Run hosted by the Tate’s Hell Track Club. Participants commented that the weather was indeed siz... READ MORE

  • Youth soccer kicks off 2014 season

    Attention young people, ages 4-13! It’s time for soccer season. Registration begins today and runs through August 30. Cost per child is $60, and parents must provide birth certificate to verify... READ MORE

  • Ozoners take third at state tourney

    The Franklin County Ozone All-Stars took third place in state tournament play at Spring Hill, as they competed for the Florida title among the smaller counties.

    The team, under the coaching ...


  • County investigates improving soccer fields

    At the July 1 county meeting, commissioners took the first steps toward installing an improved soccer field at Donnie Wilson Sports Park. Betty Sasnett, president of the Franklin County Youth S... READ MORE

  • State champ Belles headed to Worlds

    The Franklin County Belles, an All-Star group of the finest 13 to 15 year old softball players in the county, are now the finest team in the state. The Belles went undefeated as they best the t... READ MORE

  • AA All-Stars head to state

    After dominating the District 4 All-Star Tournament two weeks ago at D. W. Wilson Field in Apalachicola, the Franklin County AA All-Stars are headed to Marianna to take on the best throughout the... READ MORE

  • Georgia couple sweeps mullet toss

    In an unusual series of upsets of the finest in local fish pitchers, a couple from central Georgia dominated both the men’s and women’s competition in Saturday’s 23rd annual Mullet Toss on St. ... READ MORE

  • Celebrating Bloodworth’s perfect game

    Fifty-five years ago, this week, one of Apalachicola’s favorite sons set a record for baseball prowess when he pitched a perfect game.

    It was 1959, Ron Bloodworth, just 22 years old, had left...


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