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CK open house educates on a range of environmental topics

By Sean Arnold

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s open house Feb. 22, held at the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station, was a chance for residents to learn about the purpose and history behind the environmental regulations and restoration efforts that affect Cedar Key and the surrounding area.


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Lady Indians' improvements evident in convincing district tourney win

By Sean Arnold

One way to measure the improvement made this season by the Chiefland girls’ basketball team is to check its results over time against the same opponents.


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WoW targets plastic along the coast

Cedar Key’s Workout on the Waterfront (WoW) is an exciting day packed full

of fun and active events, scheduled this year for Feb. 24.

The WoW event aims to raise awareness about plastic pollution along our coasts.

Proceeds from the 2018 races and silent auction will benefit the public aquarium at NCBS, Cedar Key School and the annual Cedar Key International Coastal Cleanup.

WoW events include the Coastal Heritage 5K with runners of all ages following a route winding through downtown Cedar Key and along the historic waterfront. Race starts 9 a.m. at Lil Shark Park, 192 Second Street. Register at Active.com in advance or on race day at 6:30 a.m. Runner check-in begins at 6:30 a.m.

Astena Otie Kayak Challenge is for kayakers ages 18 and above. It will start at the beach in downtown Cedar Key at 10:15 a.m. The course runs around and through Astena Otie Key and back to the City Park beach. Racers must pick up at least one item of garbage from Atsena Otie’s shoreline before racing back to City Park. Register at Active.com in advance or day of race at 6:30 a.m.


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Lady Indians get workout in Cedar Key tournament

By Sean Arnold

By the end of its two-day, three-game run in the second Drummond Bank CKS Beach Ball Holiday Tournament Dec. 19 and Dec. 20, the Chiefland girls’ basketball squad was a tired bunch.


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Nature Coast Biological Station is home to IFAS research

NCBS opens in Cedar Key

By REBECCA GALLAGHER
Citizen Correspondent


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Cedar Key excellent lab for dolphin research

Cedar Key Dolphin Project

Dr. Stefanie K. Gazda began researching Cedar Key bottlenose dolphins in 2001 for her master’s thesis. She came to the area to study bottlenose dolphins’ foraging behavior and over the years her research has led to the discovery of many aspects of dolphin behavior.

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Cedar Key, Bronson, Williston fireworks

The Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce will have its fireworks show on the Fourth of July at dark on Dock Street.

The Chamber sponsors the annual event through donations and donations are still short of the $12,000 needed to pay for the display and donations are still being accepted.

For more information on the show or how to donate, please contact the Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce at 352-543-5600.

The Town of Bronson and Williston will celebrate the Independence Day on July 1 and July 3, respectfully.

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Cedar Key's Ashlyn Allen takes third in shot put

Bronson’s Cooper finishes third in state in 200 meter dash; fourth in 100

By Sean Arnold

Glen Cooper of Bronson Middle High School placed third in the Boys 1A 200 Meter Dash and fourth in the Boys 100 Meter Dash to earn a couple of medals in the Class 1A Florida High School Track and Field Finals at IMG Academy in Bradenton.

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Cooper edged out the fourth-place competitor by 0.005 of a second with a time of 22.48 seconds for the top-three finish. His 11.16 seconds time in the 100 was just 0.02 short of the third-place mark.

Cooper ran the 200 in 22.40 in his regional championship win, and came in at 11.20 to place first in the 100 at that prior meet.

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'Repurpose-It-Regatta' March 18 supports Cedar Key community

By The Staff

GAINESVILLE — Sailors with a knack for building their own seaworthy vessels will join in the fun March 18 in Cedar Key for the first “Workout on the Waterfront Repurpose-It-Regatta.”


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