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Today's News

  • Donation

     Muriel Ellison, past president and current member of the Chiefland Home and Community Education Club, continued her club’s tradition of supporting the Suwannee Valley Players with a contribution recently. Accepting the check on behalf of the Players was member Kassie Barron, left.

  • Reunion

    Cedar Key Teens of the 60s reunion is Saturday, Nov. 5, from 1 to 5 p.m., at the Island Room Restaurant, located next to City Park. Cost: $25 per person, includes food  and beer.

  • Moose Club Halloween

         The Moose Club’s annual Halloween party for the children of the community was a great success. There were more than 50 children who showed up for fun, food and games held at the club's meeting hall—a safe afternoon to show off costumes and scary faces. All won prizes.

       The men and women of the Moose Club worked hard to transform the hall into a big spook house. The children enjoyed it and said they were looking forward to next year's event.

     

  • Engagement: Bend-Wynans

       Mary Ann Hamm, of Daytona, and Fred Wynans, of Cedar Key, announce the engagement of their daughter Marcia Lynn Wynans to Robert J. Bend Jr., son of Cynthia and Robert J. Bend Sr. of Fanning Springs. 

  • Log Cabin Quilters for Nov. 3

    The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Oct 27, at the Levy County Quilt Museum.  What a busy day we had.   

    Many of the Bible Squares have been completed so we can begin to see how lovely the quilt will be.    The Log Cabin Quilt that will be going to the State Fair in February was taken out of the frame for hemming to be done.  It took months for us to complete and is one of the many variations of the Log Cabin design.

  • Editorial toon for Nov. 3
  • Quote of the week for Nov. 3

    “It's more than just a bunch of ‘deluded kids’ now. It's the impossible-to-deny men and women who've found themselves crushed under the heel of an unaccountable and out-of-control corporate culture -- of those consistently on the winning end of the rigged, zero-sum game that success in America has gruesomely morphed into at the beginning of the 21st century. They're part of the vanishing middle-class.”

     

  • Take care of those pets

  • Thank you

    The Chiefland FFA Alumni would like to give a big "Thank You" to everyone for their support in our most recent fund raiser, our BBQ dinner, making it a huge success. 

    Thanks,

    Carolyn Hart

    Chiefland

     

     

  • Disappointed

    Levy County,