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Today's News

  • Operation Christmas Child

     Suwannee Valley Area 

  • Curch News for te week of Oct. 20

     q Men's conference at Elohim Praise

  • Weighty Donation

  • CMS girls claim Cedar Key Invitational title

    Chiefland Middle School’s girls continued its cross country dominance by winning the Cedar Key Invitational last Tuesday.

    Emily Hallman won the race that featured the Lady Braves taking the top three spots. Five CMS girls finished in the Top 11 to power the team to 27 points, besting runner-up Branford by 11.

  • Social Security Question and Answer for October

    Question:
       How do I update or correct the name on my Social Security card?

    Answer:
       To update or correct the name on your Social Security card:
    Complete an Application for A Social Security Card (Form SS-5), available at www.socialsecurity.gov/online/ss-5.pdf; Show us original documents proving your legal name change, identity and U.S. citizenship (if you have not already established your citizenship with us), or immigration status if you are not a U.S. citizen; and

  • Hunting for a prescription drug plan is no game

    By Kay Louder
    Social Security District Manager, Gainesville
    It’s that time of year again.
    “Open season” is right around the corner for the Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. Hunting down the best plan for you is no game. Newly eligible Medicare beneficiaries, and current beneficiaries who are considering changes to their Medicare Part D plan, should mark their calendars for October 15. The “open season” will run from October 15 to December 7.

  • Buck Mitchell Dove Shoot on Nov. 12

    The Buck Mitchell Memorial Dove Shoot to benefit Haven Hospice will begin at 1 p.m. on Nov. 12.
    The shot will be in Levy County, but the exact field that will be used has not been determined. The cost is $50 per person, and includes a T-shirt and a catered lunch.
    There also will be door prizes and raffle items. All proceeds go to Haven Hospice.
    For more information, contact Jed Mitchell at 352-316-3541 or Casey Mitchell at 352-316-2383.
     

  • CAAA Halloween Carnival is Oct. 29

    The Chiefland Area Athletic Association is hosting its annual Halloween Carnival from 5-9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Strickland Park.
    Admission is free to all people who enter wearing a costume. All others will be $2 each.
    There will be plenty of games, food and a safe atmosphere to trick-or-treat. There will be a dunking booth, fish pond, greased pig, live fish, a shooting gallery, moon walks and much more. There also will be costume contest for all ages.

  • Bronson can't hold on at Branford

    Bronson was unable to maintain a halftime lead en route to a 14-13 loss at Branford on Friday.

    Understandably, a few Eagles players broke the postgame huddle with tears in their eyes after coming so close to breaking into the win column for the first time in five tries this season.

  • Donation

       Nature Coast Hospice and SREC of Dixie County both were presented $100 checks from the Chiefland HCE (Home and Community Educators). The money was given to the two organizations to be used for services that they provide to their clients. The goal of the HCE is to strenghten individuals, families and communities through education, leadership and action.