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Today's News

  • Traffic ticket costs going up

        Drivers and scofflaws beware.

    The Levy County Commission voted unanimously to have the county attorney prepare an ordinance raising the court facility fee tacked onto every citation from $15 to $30.

        The item came up during the commission’s regular meeting Tuesday morning when County Clerk of Court Danny Shipp said Legislature passed the law approving the increase in the 2009 session.

  • Things I'd like to see when I come back to Chiefland for a visit:

    Things I'd like to see when I come back to Chiefland for a visit:

  • Community Calendar

    Thursday, May 7

    Business Council

    The Nature Coast Business Development Council, Inc. will hold its Board of Directors meeting Thursday, May 7 at 8:30 a.m. at 660 North Hathaway Ave. (SR 27-in the old road dept. conference room,) Bronson.

    Williston Lions Club

    Williston Lions Club will meet  Thursday, May 7 at 6 p.m.  For those of you who have been contemplating joining, this is your chance to find out what the Lions are all about. 

  • Community calendar

    Friday, May 22 Watermelon contestants needed The Chiefland Watermelon Festival, which will be held on Saturday, June 6, needs girls ages 6-10 to enter the Little Princess Pageant. Applications must be filled out by Friday. For information call 493-0911 or 221-5853. Shoe drive in Cross City There will be a shoe drive held at the Cross City Church of God, May 22 and 23 from noon to 4 p.m. The shoes collected will help an orphan. Shoes of all sizes are needed.

  • Upcoming events

    Friday, June 19

    Bronson Library Book Fair

    The Bronson Friends of the Library Book Fair will be held on Friday, June 19, and Saturday, June 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the old Bronson Town Hall.

    For further information, call the Bronson Library at 486-2015.

    Monday, June 22

    GOP to hold monthly meeting

  • Breaking News Missing man sought

     

    The Levy County Sheriff's Office is searching the Suwannee River and Fanning Springs State Park for a man who disappeared while vacationing there with his family.

  • Football workouts will make season a thrill

    Chiefland football is getting bigger, one run, one lift, one pound at a time. Indians' head football coach Ajay Ulmer reports that summer workouts have been well attended and attitudes are strong.

    “We've had some guys make some really great gains this summer,” he said.

    “We've got some really strong freshmen coming up too.”

    Monday was a max-out day in the weight room, with players having this week to hit their target lifts in the bench, squat and power clean.

  • Go west, young men

    Sometimes in a friendship, two friends reveal both themselves and each other, in all their contrasting and complementary ways.

  • Board to settle valedictorian problem once and for all

    Over the last several years, conferring valedictorian and salutatorian honors on Levy County's top-achieving high school seniors has been a process fraught with controversy and dissatisfaction. Complications in recent years include large numbers of co-valedictorians with identical GPAs, and unweighted GPAs causing students taking less-difficult standard high school courses to be honored over students taking honors and dual-enrollment courses.

  • Montbrook mine hearing set for Aug. 18

    A conditional special exception permit for a proposed limerock mine in the Montbrook community that has been hotly contested by residents will be considered in a public hearing on Aug. 18 at 6:30 p.m. by the Levy County Commission.

    The mine permit application by Johannes Vanderwey calls for the operation to be done near the intersection of U.S. Highway 41 and County Road 322 in Montbrook community on an 88.18 acre site. The plans call for major mining, including blasting and crushing, on 68.8 acres for the next 20 years.