Today's Features

  • Good Shepherd hosts

    October Fest Sunday

    Fall is here and it is time for the annual October Fest. This year it will be Sunday, Oct. 4, after the 10:30 a.m. church service. There will be bratwurst, sauerkraut, potato salad, apple sauce and much more. Good Shepherd Lutheran is located on US 19 north next door to the winery.

    Blessing of Animals

    The Annual Blessing of the Animals is Sunday, Oct. 4, at St. Alban's Episcopal Church. The church service is at 10:30 a.m. and the pets will be blessed after the service.

  • Today, Oct. 1

    Hamburger night at Eagles

    The Suwannee River Eagles Aerie 4520 will hold Hamburger Platter Night on Thursday, Oct. 1 from 4-8 p.m. A donation of $5 is suggested for each meal.

    The Eagles are located 27844 S.E. Highway 19 North, beside the Texaco station in Old Town.


    Library Friends meetings

  • By Wesley Asbell

    Residents of Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy County took steps in the right direction to achieve better overall health by participating in the first annual Fall Into Fitness 5k Walk/Run/Bike Event on Saturday, Sept. 26. The event was part of a statewide effort to bring awareness to achieving a healthy weight and to recognize World Heart Day.

  • Supporters showed up to raise money for a special cause this past week.

       The 21st annual Tommy Usher Log-A-Load for Kids Golf Tournament had 144 golfers participate last Thursday at the Chiefland Golf and Country Club.

       This year the event raised $37,916 for the Children's Miracle Network and the kids at UF Health, Shands Children's Hospital

       "It's a whole community out there that supports this effort, so many believe in it," one of the coordinators, Lynetta Griner said.

  • Riders gathered to hit the road for a good cause on Saturday.

       The sixth annual Kicking Cancer's Butt poker run raised about $2,000.

  • Get ready for everything peanut this Saturday when the 27th Annual Central Florida Peanut Festival takes over Williston's Heritage Park.

    The festival features a variety of foods and assorted types of peanuts and peanut products, including the famous (while they last) grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Rides, music, crafts, and antique tractors, car clubs and motorcycles will also be here for your enjoyment.

  • Bronson got new rulers on Friday, Sept. 25 when Joseph Urbino was crowned 2015 homecoming king, and Abagail Brooks was crowned 2015 homecoming queen.

    The two were chosen for the honor by their fellow students in an election earlier in the week.

  • The 2015 Levy County Veteran's Day parade will be in Chiefland on Thursday, Nov. 12, at 4 p.m.

    The parade will roll from Chiefland Middle High School south on U.S. Highway 19/Main Street to the Trailhead/Old Train Depot Park.

    Chiefland Police Chief Robert L. Douglas, who organized the first countywide veterans parade, said the celebration is taking place one day after the official holiday because most of the units for the Chiefland parade will be participating in the Cross City Veterans Day parade on Nov. 11.

  • Today, Sept. 24

    Levy tourism board to meet

    The Levy County Tourist Development Council will hold its regular bi-monthly meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m.

    The meeting will be in the Levy County Visitors Bureau at 620 N. Hathaway Ave./ U.S. Highway 27A, Bronson.

    The meeting is open to the public.

    For more information, call 352-486-3396.

    Clyatt House open house Sept. 24

    The public is invited to an open house at the Clyatt House learning center on Sept. 24 from 6 to 8 p.m.

  • The 11th Annual Ride to Provide, a law enforcement escorted motorcycle run through Levy County, will be on Saturday, Oct. 24. There is no fee to enter but donations will be accepted on behalf of ARC of Levy County, a center for challenged adults.

    The event begins with registration, coffee and morning snacks at Bronson Middle High School. Southern Sisters Hospitality will be providing the early morning goodies.