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Today's Features

  • Harmony Pregnancy & Resource Center in Chiefland will host “A Night of Hope” gala fund raiser to benefit the Center and its services.

    Please join us on Thursday, Oct. 13, at 6 p.m. at the Pavilion at Camp Anderson in Old Town.

    Harmony Pregnancy & Resource Center is a family ministry whose focus is on saving souls, saving babies, reaching teens, and transforming lives. We serve an average of 43 clients monthly and the need for our services is great. Please help us with our mission by participating in this fun event!

  • A star athlete in multiple sports at Chiefland Middle High School, Ms. Takiya London added another distinction last Friday as the senior was crowned the 2016 Chiefland Homecoming Queen.

    London, who was escorted by her uncle, Travis Donaldson, was crowned by 2015 Homecoming Queen Sheila Engel.

    Ms. Kirnae Williams, escorted by her father, Rodney Williams, was named the 2016 Homecoming Princess.

  • By Tina Berger

    Correspondent

    Open house at the Chief Theater consisted of a unique behind the scenes look at the theater. The tour started with the “house” where you enter the theater and wait to be shown to your seat. This is also where refreshments are served during intermission for the productions.This is where I was given a bag to collect the goodies I would be receiving – intriguing.

  • A fun-raising Zumba event to benefit Cedar Key which was ravaged by Hurricane Hermine on Sept. 1-2 will be held at Bronson Middle High Cafetorium, 351 Ishie Ave., Bronson on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 9:30 to 11 a.m.

    All of the proceeds wil be used to assist Cedar Key businesses and residents. All monetary donations accepted (checks/cash).

    Come by to dance or just to donate. For more information or to donate, contact Angie Frazier Phillips at 352-486-5261 daytime or on Facebook, or Sarah Beth Pergrossi at 352-443-2354 or on Facebook.

  • Chiefland resident Harold Koss was recently recognized for his military service by Haven Hospice Veteran Volunteers.

    A junior in high school at the time, Koss was drafted into the United States (U.S.) Army in 1943 at age 18. He served until 1946 and was discharged as a corporal.

    During his time in the U.S. Army, Koss served in the 252nd Port Company from its arrival in Calcutta until its departure after V-J Day in 1945. The mission of the 252nd Port Company was to help provide supplies to American and Chinese forces in the China Burma India Theater.

  • Today, Sept. 15

    Thursdays

    Library Friends meeting

    The Friends of the Luther Callaway Public Library (FLCPL), the Chiefland branch of the Levy County Public Library System, meet on the second Thursday of the month at 11 a.m. at the library, 104 N.E. 3rd St., Chiefland.

    The Friends support the library by promoting the library’s programs and resources and through fund-raising projects to purchase reading materials, books on tape, videos, operating supplies and minor equipment. There are no dues.

  • Friday’s football game at Wayne Pridgeon Stadium between Chiefland and Arlington Country Day was a gold-out game, in tribute to Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September.

    To mark the occasion, football players laid flowers at the feet of Ashley Isenhoward, a Chiefland student who survived a tumor to the pulmonary artery, as she stood with the cheerleading squad for the team’s entrance through the teepee in the east end zone.

  • Today, Sept. 8

    Levy Commission TRIM meeting

    The Levy County Commission will hold its TRIM — Truth in Millage — public hearing on Thursday, Sept. 8 ay 6 p.m. in the County Commission Meeting Room. This is the final meeting for setting the property tax millage for the coming year. The millage has tentatively been set at 9 mills, It is currently 8.2741 mills. This is a public hearing at which the public can comment on the proposed millage and the almost $63 million county budget.

    WWII veterans meeting

  • The "Island Storm" is the name of the favorite drink among customers at the just-opened 1842 Daily Grind & Mercantile in Cedar Key, on the corner of 2nd Street and State Road 24.

  • Levy County Judge James “Tim” Browning was the guest speaker at the Suwannee Valley Rotary Club on June 23 and while he spoke on the serious topic of the death penalty in Florida being in a state of flux, he also chose to share a personal experience – a “let me tell you what happened to me story.”

    As he’s gotten older, he has been buying books online on a new fitness regimen or nutrition plan once every two weeks, which he seldom implements, he said.