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Business

  • Chamber seeks Business of the Year nominations

    The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce is making plans for the 2014 Annual Industry Appreciation Banquet. Each year at this banquet, the Chiefland Chamber, along with the community, honors an outstanding local business.

    Nominations for the greater Chiefland Area’s Outstanding Business of the Year are now open. The deadline to receive nominations is Friday, Aug. 1. If you would like to nominate an outstanding local business, please contact the Chamber at 352-493-1849 for details.

  • More good news for property owners

    TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation on Tuesday ordered insurance companies to terminate a 1.3 percent assessment on most property insurance policies that has been used to pay off past hurricane claims. 

    The assessment will be eliminated on policies issued or renewed on or after January 1, 2015 — 18 months ahead of schedule, due to an early payoff of the bonds used to pay the claims.

  • Rotary learns about recycling

    Chiefland Rotary Club President Stewart Wasson, left, commends Rod Hastings, director of the Levy County Recycling Program, on providing the club with useful information on the program and how they can participate.

    Hastings, son of club member Bob Hastings, also brought along newspapers from 30 years ago when the program started that had some "youthful" photos of various members.

  • Chiefland Chamber meets July 25

    The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly members’ meeting and lunch on Friday, July 25, noon to 1 p.m. in the Haven Hospice meeting room, 311 N.E. 9th Street in Chiefland. If you would like to attend the meeting, the Chamber requests an RSVP response to 352-493-1849, as lunch is provided.

       Or call for more information about the Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce, its events and activities.

  • Radio station changes format

    Radio stations serving the Tri-County Area — WLQH 93.3 FM and 940 AM in Chiefland and WZCC 1240 AM in Cross City — changed their broadcast format on Saturday, June 28 and will launch a new website, according to an announcement by the station's management.

  • Sheppard forges on in changing economy

    By PAT FAHERTY

  • Lawyer reconnects with Chiefland

    By PAT FAHERTY

  • Duke sets open house on gas plant

    By PAT FAHERTY

  • Chamber welcomes new members

    The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce saw several new faces at its monthly meeting Friday, May 23.

       From left, Chamber volunteer Debbie Pickelsimer, Chamber President Jacob Piazza and new members Vivian Driscoll, of Humana, and Gina Britton, of Burger King.

  • Walmart celebrates 25 years in Chiefland

    The Chiefland Walmart celebrated its 25th year in business May 2, as well as the handful of employees who have been there since the beginning.