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Today's News

  • Pancakes support Haven

      It will be Pancakes for Haven at The Gathering Table in Chiefland, from 6 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23.

    Visit the restaurant for breakfast and 10 percent of your purchase will benefit Haven Hospice.

  • Chamber seeks Business of the Year nominations

    The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce is making plans for the 2014 Annual Industry Appreciation Banquet. Each year at this banquet, the Chiefland Chamber, along with the community, honors an outstanding local business.

    Nominations for the greater Chiefland Area’s Outstanding Business of the Year are now open. The deadline to receive nominations is Friday, Aug. 1. If you would like to nominate an outstanding local business, please contact the Chamber at 352-493-1849 for details.

  • Suspicious incident with child in Inglis

    This is from the Levy County Sheriff's Office:

  • Duke Energy nuclear cost hearing begins Monday

    TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) will convene a hearing Monday, Aug. 4, to consider Duke Energy Florida, Inc. (DEF) and Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) petitions for cost recovery related to nuclear construction projects.  The hearing could continue through Friday, Aug. 8, if needed.

  • Community Calendar for the week of July 31

    Libraries wrapping up summer

    Readers of all ages have been exploring all things scientific this summer as the Levy County Public Library System presents “Fizz, Boom, Read!” during their summer library program.

       The 2014 Summer Reading Program is open to children of all ages. Each week will feature a presentation, craft, snack and take home goodies. For more information, call your local library or visit, www.levylib.org.

    All programs are free of charge and begin at 10:30 AM.

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for the week of July 31

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

    • July 25, Valrize Latrice Bristol, 34, Bronson, domestic.

    • July 25, Marcus Kevron Burch, 29, Lake City, criminal attempt to solicit, battery, grand theft. Bond $50,000.

    • July 21, Demetrius Kenard Christia, 21, Williston, fraud, no valid DL, petit theft. Bond $11,500.

    • July 27, Kristi Cooprider, 26, Inglis, two counts FTA. Bond $2,000.

  • BRONSON SPEEDWAY RESULTS

        Bronson Speedway feature results July 26, 2014:

     

    Sportsmen

    32 Shelton Bowers

    37 Kenner Brown III

    65 Butch Dees

     

    Pure Stock

    45 Dylan Hilliard

    81 Morris Richardson

    20 Tony Kuhr

    51 Donnie Parkinson/DNR Mechanical

    32 Tracy King/DNR

  • Leaps and bounds

     Children run obstacles at the Young Indians Football Camp July 22 at Chiefland High School.

    Chiefland Indians football coach Aaron Richardson and his staff held their annual Young Indians Football Camp for players entering 1st through 8th grades this fall.

    They exercised, learned new plays and mixed it up with the 2014-15 Chiefland Indians players, as well.

    Take a good look, this is the future of Indians football. 

  • July 18 wreck on US 27 injures two

    One person was airlifted and another was transported to Shands Hospital at UF Health following a Friday July 18 wreck involving three vehicles on U.S. Highway 27A south of Bronson.

    Frederick Anthony Roech, 43, of Bronson was airlifted with serious injuries, while the passenger in his vehicle, Kimberly Dawn Moore, 39, of Bronson, was transported due to minor injuries.

  • More good news for property owners

    TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation on Tuesday ordered insurance companies to terminate a 1.3 percent assessment on most property insurance policies that has been used to pay off past hurricane claims. 

    The assessment will be eliminated on policies issued or renewed on or after January 1, 2015 — 18 months ahead of schedule, due to an early payoff of the bonds used to pay the claims.