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Today's News

  • Reaping the honors

    The Chiefland Lady Indians softball team was honored at Monday's meeting of the Chiefland City Commission with a proclamation on their historic second, back-to-back state 1A softball championship.

    The Lady Indians defeated the Jay Royals 3-2 in a game that went into overtime on May 7 at Historic Didgertown in Vero Beach. It was the second defeat for the Jay team in the state finals to the Chiefland team.

  • A walk to remember

    This big group is the Class of 2015 at Chiefland Middle High School as they prepare “to walk” out of school on their last day, Friday, May 22.

    The balloons were sold by AVID as a fundraiser and netted the organization approximately $450. The walk made the seniors’ last day at school just a little sweeter.

    These seniors ― Alyssa Ledlow, far left, Homecoming princess Becca Thomas, Tarryn Givorns and Brandon Williams are all smiles on their way to the walk.

  • Watermelon pageant is Saturday

    While the highlight of the 61st Annual Chiefland Watermelon Festival is the crowning of the queen and her court on Saturday, June 6, at noon in the Trailhead/Depot Park, the competition for the hats and crowns begins a week earlier — Saturday, May 30.

    The festival and pageant are sponsored by the Chiefland Woman’s Club which used the proceeds for its scholarship and community funds.

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  • TDC to meet on Thursday

    The Levy County Visitors Bureau in Bronson will host the bimonthly meeting of the Levy County Tourist Development Council on Thursday, May 28, at 6 p.m.

    The bureau is at 620 N. Hathaway Ave./U.S. Highway 27A, in the Levy County Road Dept. Office Building.

    The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 352-486-3396.

     

     

     

  • Meeting focuses on bridge replacement on CR 339

    The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will host a public meeting on Thursday, May 28, to discuss the proposed replacement of the Waccasassa River Bridge on County Road 339 in Levy County.

    The meeting is at the Bronson Town Hall Council Chambers, 660 E. Hathaway Avenue, in Bronson. FDOT will have staff available and answer questions from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Comments from the public will be taken starting at 6:30 p.m.

  • CMHS earns silver ranking with U.S. News

    Chiefland Middle High School has earned a silver ranking and theree other high schools in Levy County have earned bronze rankings in U.S. News and World Reports magazine's rankings of the best high schools in the country.

    Chiefland also achieved a national rank of 2,488 and a 135 in the ranking of Florida's High Schools.

  • Inglis pair arrested in home invasion

    By Buster Thompson

    Two Inglis men were arrested in Levy County for their alleged connection to a home invasion on Tuesday in the Hernando area.

    Shawn Michael Burd, 37, and 23-year-old Tyler Ryan Baker are being held at the Levy County Jail on charges of home invasion and four counts of aggravated battery, according to a Citrus County Sheriff’s Office news release.

  • Bronson will sue over junk-filled yard

    For nearly two years now the town of Bronson has been battling with a man who, as some have said, has a yard that looks like a junk yard and not a residence.

    Robert “Bob” Niffenegger, town of Bronson building official, submitted a letter to the town council highlighting complaints from five different people received over a period of time regarding the residence at 607 Marshburn Drive and a number of citations, all but the first, ignored by the resident, Jason Eggleston.

  • Remembering Heroes

    The Bronson AMVETS Post 88 held its annual Remembrance Ceremony honoring veterans who gave their lives in support of the nation. The ceremony at Rosemary Hill Cemetery in Bronson started with a flag raising, prayer and recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.

    The featured speaker was County Commissioner John Meeks who gave a short history of how Memorial Day came to be and recounted the various wars the U.S. veterans fought in. About 40 people took time out of their holiday to attend the ceremony.