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Today's News

  • Chiefland insurance company recognized for growth

    Auto-Owners Insurance is pleased to announce the Nature Coast Insurance Agency, of Chiefland, has been named one of the Top 10 growth agencies for the Company in the Tallahassee Region for 2010.  
    The agency was recognized at a luncheon meeting in Tallahassee and at a reception with all regional associates, where they and other recipients were presented with a plaque commemorating their accomplishment.  The Nature Coast Insurance Agency has represented Auto-Owners since 1988.

  • Murphy’s grand opening

    A visitor to Murphy Express Gas and Oil’s grand opening Saturday takes advantage of low gas prices, which, for a short time, were as low as $3.59 per gallon.

  • Custom Accessories open for business

    Saturday, April 2, was the grand opening of Custom Accessories. More than 100 motorcycle riders showed up to help celebrate and participate in the first poker run, which raised $800 for breast cancer. Owner Ron Cordes wants to thank all those who came out.

  • 10 CHS students to compete at national HOSA event

    Chiefland High School’s HOSA group (Health Occupations Students of America) is proud to announce that there are ten students who have competed at our regional and state competition and have earned the right to compete at the National Conference to be held in Anaheim, Cal., this June.

  • CHS student wins Sunshine State Scholar honors for the district

    Chiefland High School is once again proud of one of their own, now that 11th grader Hailey Gerhardt has been chosen as one of only 70 students throughout the state for her achievement in science, technology, engineering or math - also known as the STEM.
    The criteria for the honor makes up a long list and includes community service hours, SAT and ACT scores, AP/DE participation and GPA’s.  In Hailey’s case, she is a 4.0 student, is enrolled in Dual Enrollment courses, participates in community service, as well as, student government activities.

  • Comment sought on education standards for 4-year-olds

  • Building a life that counts

    .....the world passes away...but he that does the will of God abides forever.   
    1 John 2:17
     

  • Church News for April 21

     "His Extravagant Love" at Lighthouse Word
       Lighthouse Word Church invites the community to a special Easter program, “His Extravagant Love,” on Sunday, April 24, at 10:30 a.m.  This is an Easter presentation with music, dance, narration and the Easter message.  
       Refreshments will be served before the service.  
       Lighthouse Word has a Children’s Church and a nursery starting at 10:30 a.m.        

  • Keep the wind to your front

    By GARY MILLER

  • CFEC offers electrical safety reminders

    Because of the thunderstorms that recently passed through the area, Central Florida Electric Cooperative wants to remind citizens of the dangers from power lines and other electrical equipment after a storm.
    Electrical hazards can be thought of as “hidden” because the danger is not readily evident. In other words, you cannot look at a downed power line and “see” that it is energized. Therefore, you must always assume that it is energized and very dangerous.