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  • Wakulla is the 25th Florida bank to fail this year.

    Financial Briefing Book: Oct. 2-3

  • A newly formed citizen's group called Wakulla 411 has sent a letter to State Attorney Willie Meggs asking him to investigate whether the sheriff's business interest in a club that sells alcohol violates a Florida law.

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  • In Florida, state regulators closed Wakulla Bank in Crawfordville.

    Financial Briefing Book: Oct. 2-3

  • The Wakulla acquisition represents the bank's entrance into the Tallahassee market, Centennial said in a news release.

    Financial Briefing Book: Oct. 2-3

  • Wakulla, which operated 12 branches, had $424.1 million in assets and $386.3 million in deposits as of June 30.

    Financial Briefing Book: Oct. 2-3

  • In Florida, state regulators closed Wakulla Bank, and Centennial Bank agreed to assume virtually all of Wakulla's assets and deposits.

    Business Watch

  • Alan tells us about his campaign for Wakulla County Commission, and he uses Facebook as well as Wakulla.com.

    Jefferson-Jackson Day, Session II: Integrating online activities with offline ones

  • Way down in the deep forest maybe around Wakulla Springs, maybe as far east as the Wacissa River, there was this volcano.

    Dream State

  • Like everything else in Wakulla County rivers, borders, stills, houses, husbands, the volcano moved around.

    Dream State

  • His uncle the sheriff of Wakulla County had introduced him to Mister Edward Ball of the duPont Company in 1928.

    Dream State

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