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Today's News

  • Partnership of happiness needs two people

    "Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as you have, for he has said, I will never leave you, nor forsake you."  Hebrews 13:5
     A partnership in happiness needs at least two people of the same mind.  Often we see two young people of the same mind. They may fall in  love and get married. Their continued happiness, however, depends on their staying of the same mind.

  • Bronson football needs volunteers

    Bronson starts fall practices on Monday short on staff. Coach Al Cooksey lost two volunteer assistants in the past few weeks and hopes to find more soon.

    “This coaching thing is a major concern right now,” Cooksey said. “I’ve been lucky that we have had some great coaches. We’re just looking for a few more because I need all the volunteer help I can find.”

  • Chiefland plans camp out

    Chiefland begins fall practice at home on Monday before heading to Otter Springs Park and Campground for its first practice in full pads on Wednesday.

    The Indians will return home from the “team bonding” experience late Friday.

    “We won't be roasting marshmellows and singing Kumbayah, I can assure you,” said CHS coach Jim O’Neal. “They’ve got some open fields that we’ll be using to practice on.”

  • Team Corbin wins big in Trenton

    Much to the delight of Corbin Wiggins, two of three events were won by Trenton Tigers.

    Much to the delight of him, his family and Todd Bryant, Friday's Knock Cancer Out of the Park was a huge hit, raising more than $6,500 for Wiggins, who recently was diagnosed with four types of cancer.

  • County increases millage rate, assessments

    The Levy County Commission expressed shock that it drew only one taxpayer to a public hearing on special assessments on Tuesday evening in the commission meeting room.
    It was a sharp change from two years ago when the hearing was held in the larger Courtroom A at the County Courthouse to accommodate the people objecting to increases in special assessments and any increase in property taxes.

  • School Board approves lowered budget, millage

    Near the end of a meeting in which the School Board of Levy County approved, among other things, a tentative millage and budget for 2011-12, board member Cameron Asbell of Bronson offered up a cost-savings idea.
    Asbell didn’t prepapre any notes to introduce his idea before Tuesday night, all he did was hold up the more than 100 sheets of paper he had been handed during the two-plus hour meeting. It was timely considering lack of funding was discussed several times.

  • Open house set for Bronson resident

     Eva Ruth Mayo, longtime Bronson resident, will be honored by family and friends at an open house to celebrate her 80th birthday. The party is on Saturday, Aug. 13, from 2-5 p.m. at the Bronson United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Friends are invited to stop by and share in the joy of this occasion.

  • MILITARY: Army Pvt. Aaron J. Edman

    Army Pvt. Aaron J. Edman, son of Kimberly Parker, of Williston, and Jay Edman, of Kingsland, Ga., has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.

       During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission and received instruction and training exercises in drill and ceremonies, Army history, core values and traditions, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, rifle marksmanship, weapons use, map reading and land navigation, foot marches, armed and unarmed combat and field maneuvers and tactics.

  • Scholastic achievement

     Tyler Reed named 

  • Log Cabin Quilters: August 4

     By WINNELLE HORNE