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  • Win this Easton Corbin-Autographed Guitar!

    Ibanez Jam Pack acoustic guitar outfit, retail price $249.99

    Same guitar personally autographed by Easton Corbin, priceless (to borrow a line from a credit card commercial).

  • PSC approves nuclear cost recovery for PEF and FPL

    To help secure a diversified and stable energy future for Florida, the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) today approved cost recovery amounts for construction of planned nuclear generating plants and additions to existing nuclear plants for Progress Energy Florida (PEF) and Florida Power & Light Company (FPL).

  • “Inn” new hands

  • New eco-tourism attraction holds three hiring fairs

    Canyons Zip Line & Canopy Tours has partnered with Workforce Connection to help recruit tour guides for one of the longest, fastest and highest zip lines in Florida.
    Workforce Connection will hold three recruiting events on Monday, Oct. 17, at the College of Central Florida’s Ewers Century Center, 3001 S.W. College Road, Ocala. The sessions take place at 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

  • Business anniversary

    Palms Medical Group celebrated its 40th anniversary with a big community party on Saturday that featured activities for children, health testing, food, drink and snow cones and entertainment by Steele Bridge band. The medical group has facilities in Trenton, Chiefland and Williston.
    PHOTO : Volunteers Cody Steger, 14, left, and Parker Gates, 13, walked Wally the Gator around the party grounds demonstrating the proper way to brush teeth to adults, as well as children.

  • CFEC event has record turnout

    Special to the Citizen
    More than 600 members attended the annual meeting of Central Florida Electric Cooperative in Chiefland Saturday.
    Registration for the meeting began at 8 a.m., and an early bird drawing was held during the intermission of the day’s entertainment, The Rock Bottom Singers. The business meeting began at 10 a.m. with a report from Mike Campbell, CFEC’s general manager.

  • Business News

    n SunState FCU honored by group
    Raddon Financial Group, a provider of research-based solutions to financial institutions and a unit of Open Solutions, Inc., has presented a Crystal Performance Award to SunState Federal Credit Union, which has an office in Chiefland.
    More than 500 credit unions were evaluated for the award that goes to only those in the two 2-3 percent of all credit unions analyzed by Raddon for two consecutive reporting periods.

  • Ribbon cutting

    The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce turned out in force for a ribbon-cutting Aug. 26 at Mangrove Creek Outfitters at 1109 N.  Young Boulevard, Chiefland. Co-owners Robert Hornsby and Kathy Hencye cut the ribbon on the shop that sells fishing, hunting, kayaking and other outdoors supplies and clothing. The store is open 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. everyday except, Sunday and Monday. The store accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, debit cards and cash.

  • Cedar Key Canvas makes the cut

    A lot of good things have been happening at Julie Gore and Sharon Ingram’s shop, Cedar Key Canvas, lately – some good and some even better.
    Unbeknownst to Julie, a customer (her mother) nominated the shop for a made in America contest sponsored by ABC’s World News with Dianne Sawyer. Her mother did eventually mention it but the women both forgot about the nomination. That is, until the day a producer from the show called and left a message in July that they had made the cut.

  • Haven appointee

       Haven Hospice has announced that Jim Poole has been named vice president of community and legislative affairs. This is a new position. Poole will identify and implement strategies to increase community engagement and involvement. He will be responsible for facilitating and leading Haven’s Community Advisory Boards in all of Haven’s markets.