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Today's News

  • Chiefland Chamber to Host “Florida 2030 Project” Town Hall

    The Florida 2030 Project is a two-year research program with the goal of stimulating strategic thinking about Florida’s future. The project will include engaging business and community leaders in each of Florida’s 67 counties. The 2030 Project wants to identify key trends and the factors that can drive local economies.  Florida is now the third most populous state and by 2030, six million more residents will call Florida home and two million more jobs will be needed. 

  • Parker catch spearheads Lady Indians’ dominant defense in regional championship

    For Chiefland to defend its three-time reign as regional champion, it knew it had to lean on something that’s always been a foundation and source of pride in helping the team line its fingers with bling.

    With runs coming at a premium against Trenton ace Darian Ingram, and the speedy Lady Tigers feeding off a slap-and-dash, bunt-and-run style from the left side of the plate, putting excessive pressure on opposing infielders, the Lady Indians needed to lead with their defense.

  • Martinez: Proud American

    Leandro DeLeon Martinez cried as he recited the Pledge of Allegiance when he became a United States citizen in a swearing-in ceremony April 20 in Gainesville.

    “Si,” he said with a broad smile. Martinez speaks English, but he is more comfortable conversing in Spanish. Through an interpreter, he said, “Yes. I am very proud to be an American. I cried. I had tears when we recited the Pledge of Allegiance and when we started singing the ‘National Anthem.’”

  • Fun in Frostproof

    In its district championship game against Trenton, the Chiefland softball team was victimized by a conspiracy of subpar defense and the Lady Tigers’ speed and short game.

  • Bronson’s Cooper finishes third in state in 200 meter dash; fourth in 100

    Glen Cooper of Bronson Middle High School placed third in the Boys 1A 200 Meter Dash and fourth in the Boys 100 Meter Dash to earn a couple of medals in the Class 1A Florida High School Track and Field Finals at IMG Academy in Bradenton.

    Cooper edged out the fourth-place competitor by 0.005 of a second with a time of 22.48 seconds for the top-three finish. His 11.16 seconds time in the 100 was just 0.02 short of the third-place mark.

    Cooper ran the 200 in 22.40 in his regional championship win, and came in at 11.20 to place first in the 100 at that prior meet.

  • Lady Indians clinch fourth straight playoff berth in softball

    The top-seeded Chiefland softball team was a heavy favorite going into its District 1A-7 semifinal game against fourth-seeded Branford last Tuesday.

    A lot was on the line, however, including a program-best fourth straight state playoff berth, to keep the Lady Indians on their toes for any upset bid the Lady Buccaneers might’ve hoped for.

  • Sophomoric thump

    The Chiefland baseball team was twice at the precipice late in its 1A-7 district quarterfinal tilt against Dixie County Monday, needing a play to rescue its hopes of advancing to the semifinal round on Tuesday.

  • Delinquent tax roll published

    Taxes, especially delinquent taxes, are never a pleasant subject. The Levy County Tax Collector will run the 2017 delinquent tax notices May 11 in the Chiefland Citizen and will run the list three consecutive weeks as required by state statute. 

    Taxes are delinquent if not paid by April 1. Approximately six weeks after that date, delinquent tax ads run for three consecutive weeks in a local newspaper of record. 

  • Kelley leads by example at Big Bend Chevrolet

     Derrick Kelley sat in the office at Big Bend Chevrolet. It is his office now, but It was originally occupied by Norman Scoggins, who owned the business for 42 years. 

  • Four Lady Indians sign scholarships