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  • ‘Annie Get Your Gun’ opens this weekend at Chief Theater

    Annie Oakley is the best shot around, and she manages to support her little brother and sisters by selling the game she hunts. When she's discovered by Col. Buffalo Bill, he persuades this novel sharpshooter to join his Wild West Show. This classic musical has all the great elements of a delightful live theatre experience with laughs, suspense, romance, and good-natured fun. This play is presented by special arrangement with Rodgers & Hammerstein. By Irving Berlin, Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields

  • Bluegrass Festival starts tomorrow

    The Withlacoochee River Bluegrass Festival will take place March 14-15, in Inglis at 19730 S.E. 127th Terrace, on Highway 40.

  • Drugs: Death or Delivery seminar Saturday, March 29

    A seminar on the abuse and treatment of illegal and prescription drugs will be held at Westside Church of Christ — 816 S.W. 5th St., Chiefland — at 5 p.m., March 29.

  • Wheeler to challenge Yoho for Congress

    Marihelen Wheeler, an Alachua County educator and activist, declared her candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives  for  Florida’s Third Congressional District. The seat is occupied by freshman incumbent, Rep. Ted Yoho. Wheeler has lived in Gainesville for 25 years. She currently teaches at Westwood Middle School, where she has worked the last 20 years. Prior to that time, she taught for 10 years in Levy County.  All throughout this time, Wheeler has been active in a variety of local arts and environmental groups.

  • Chiefland votes to collect for EMS

    After years of requests, county officials have now succeeded in getting the City of Chiefland to collect EMS impact fees. 

  • CES goes to the dog for Volunteer of the Year

    Nicholas' start in life was not a good one. He was on the lam and living off the land when an accident almost finished him off.

  • Chiefland could face lawsuit from Otter Creek

    Officials with the Town of Otter Creek say they are gearing up for a lawsuit against the City of Chiefland after a year-long negotiation for water went sour at the start of the year.

  • CMHS valedictorian, salutatorian announced

    Kelsi Alexander is the valedictorian and Danielle Lourcey is the salutatorian for Chiefland Middle High School's Class of 2014. 

    The two young women were notified of the honors by Principal Matt McLelland and Guidance Counselor Christie McElroy on Monday afternoon at the school.  Both told McLelland they will be attending Santa Fe College after graduation. 

  • Bluegrass festival gets commission’s blessing

    A bluegrass festival that has been held in Levy County for 28 years got the County Commission's blessing for a conditional use permit for the 40 acres that will eliminate the need to keep coming back twice a year for a festival permit. 

  • GOP moves meetings to Chiefland

    The Levy County Republican Executive Committee meeting, which is open to the public, is moving to The Gathering Table in Chiefland.

    The Grand Old Party (GOP) meets on the third Monday of the month with social at 6:30 p.m. and business beginning at 7 p.m. The next meeting is Monday, March 17.

    The Gathering Table is at 116 N. Main St, Chiefland.