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  • Levy legislative delegation hearing Oct. 29

    The 2013 Levy County legislative delegation hearing will be Tuesday, Oct.29, beginning at 9:30 a.m.

  • Cedar Key Light Station closed this weekend

    The Cedar Key Seafood Festival this weekend is still set, but the open house event at the Cedar Keys Light Station on Seahorse Key has been cancelled due to the federal government shutdown, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

  • Helping Hands for Nov. 24

    St. John the Evangelist

  • Public Safety names Dodd 2011 Employee of the Year

     The Levy County Department of Public Safety has announced Saffron Dodd was voted employee of the year by her peers. 

  • Five years of service

    Chiefland police officer D.J Macey, right, was honored with a ceremonial pin at Monday night's Chiefland City Commission meeting by chief Robert Douglas for five years of service with CPD.

  • Bronson man wants to organize Summer Fest for his town

     A young man named Jeremiah Johnson came before the Bronson Town Council on Monday night seeking approval for the use of the park for a free family friendly event he plans to call Summer Fest.

    His goal: to unite the community and have a gathering he hopes will become an annual event.

     “I’d like to see the community get together and have a good time,” Johnson said.

    He said he had a vision of a bounce house and basketball and softball tournaments with family friendly music.

  • Summertime is the time to give blood

    Summer, when school is out and families hit the road for vacations, is a time when donors are in short supply, but the need for blood is as strong as ever. If it’s been a while since you donated, there’s no better time than now.

    In about the time it would take to shop for groceries for a week or knock out a crossword puzzle a blood donor can save a life.

  • New Pine Street sidewalk needs work

    For a sidewalk that’s been a long time coming, there have been a couple complaints on how it turned out.

     “It doesn’t look good,” Jerry Mongo said at the July 6 Bronson Town Council meeting.

    There are two areas of concern after a heavy rain, Bruce Greenlee said: two problem areas that are a little bit low. He said they need to get out there and see if they can come up with a solution.

    Council Member Beatrice Roberts made a motion to do so, with Council Member Katie Parks Bogart seconding and a unanimous vote.

  • Tomorrow's Equestrian Center lets the disabled experience the thrill of riding

    Williston is home to the only Special Olympics training center in Levy County. 

    Tomorrow's Equestrian Center is a non-profit organization that teaches adaptive regular horseback riding to disabled individuals.

    "It's a great organization," Volunteer Instructor and President of the organization, Sandy Arbour, said as she spoke to the Suwannee Valley Rotary club last Thursday.

    They are closed for the month of July, the only event being an annual picnic held earlier this week at Rainbow Springs.

  • Water district reconsiders move

    It was almost an exercise in futility when the Levy County Commission approved a resolution protesting a proposed plan by the South West Florida Water Management District to relocate its Brooksville Office to Tampa.

    Two weeks ago, the commission expressed its unhappiness with the proposal by the district that covers the southern and eastern part of the county not governed by Suwannee River Water Management District.