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Today's News

  • City commission votes to create recovery zone

    City officials say they want to be the first in line to capitalize on federally issued tax-free bonds.
    City commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to approve a resolution to designate part of the city as a recovery zone—in conjunction with its previously designated status as an enterprise zone.
    Labeling the area as a recovery zone would allow the proposed Tri-County Hospital to take advantage of tax-free revenue bonds, according to City Manager Grady Hartzog.

  • Chiefland soldier's memorial service Saturday

    Army Sgt. Karl A. Campbell, 34, of Chiefland, only had a short time left in Afghanistan before returning home on holiday leave to see his son Carl, 4, his wife and children who were at Fort Campbell, Ky.
    He had already been told that when his tour in the combat zone ended he would be assigned to Special Forces training. It was an opportunity the man had trained for as a Ranger in his first Army stint that he lobbied hard to win.
    On Oct. 4 his dreams and service to this country ended in Babur, Afghanistan.

  • Jury finds for the Citizen in Andrews suit

    A Levy County jury has unanimously decided the Chiefland Citizen did not damage Andy Dennis Andrews’ name, reputation and businesses in a 2007 editorial calling for fair, clean city elections, and a series of stories about a state investigation into 11 voters’ right to vote in Chiefland elections.

  • Bell 29, St. Joseph 21, OT

    The Bulldogs’ Bradley Denham connected with James Oslager for a 4-yard touchdown pass, and Jeremy Zimmerman ran in for a 2-point conversion to seal the overtime thriller for Bell last Friday night.


    Denham finished with three passing touchdowns, going 4-for-11 for 41 yards, and also had 64 rushing yards. Zimmerman led Bell with 103 rushing yards and two scores.

  • Chiefland Women’s Golf Association update - Oct. 14

    The Chiefland Women’s Golf Association had 25 ladies come out to play on Oct. 6. This is a record number of players for our group and several of our members have not yet arrived from up north. We played a game where you get to throw out your two worst hole scores, revert that score to “par” for the hole, then deduct your full handicap.

  • Williston upsets Bronson in senior night thriller

    Bronson High School’s volleyball team was playing with a vengeance on its senior night last Thursday, but Williston held fast to spoil the party in five games, winning 23-25, 25-14, 18-25, 29-27, 15-11.


    The Eagles came out on a roll, opening the match with inspired performances, led by Brittany Smith (five kills in Game 1) and Ashley Mickle (two big blocks) to take a 13-7 lead. The Red Devils battled back, narrowing the game to 18-15 with two aces from Katie Casperson. But Bronson held off to take the first game off a Williston service error.

  • Bobcats’ big half sinks Eagles

    Bronson High School’s football team had its highest-scoring game of the season last Friday night, but visiting Quincy Munroe surged in the second half to take the 44-21 victory.

    Quarterback Ben Landon gave Bronson the early lead, running from four yards out for the game’s first touchdown.

    The Bobcats’ Trey Pack responded with a score soon after, but Munroe missed the extra point.

  • Buffalo bash

    It probably shouldn’t have been so close.


    The Villages Charter entered last Friday night’s game at Chiefland undefeated (5-0, 3-0 in District 5-1A)so far this season. The Indians (0-5, 0-3) have had their share of struggles in a rebuilding year.


    Realistically, The Buffalo could have run away with it. Instead, they got Chiefland’s strongest performances of the season.


    The Villages won the game 21-7, led by two monster touchdown runs from Buffalo quarterback Aaron Couture.

  • Church News

    First Christian yard sale

  • A fool and his money

     "Lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth.....but.....in heaven."  

    Matthew 6:19,20