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Today's News

  • Fanning Springs water ski show, movie Saturday at the fort

    Fanning Springs Chamber of Commerce presents the Water Ski Show and Movie Night at the Fort Saturday. Fort Fanning is located on the Suwannee River, next to the bridge at the corner of U.S. Highway 19 and Kentucky Ave. The address is 9930 Kentucky Ave., Fanning Springs.

     Enjoy a day of family fun. There will be face painting, balloons, corn hole, a bounce house, raffles and park passes, but the first big highlight for the children begins with an Easter egg hunt at 2 p.m. The Gatorland Water Ski Show Team skims across the water for a 90-minute show beginning at 4 p.m.

  • Harmony Center to host seminar on human trafficking

    By Jennifer Davis
    Correspondent

    Harmony Pregnancy and Resource Center is hosting a training seminar April 6 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. concerning human trafficking at First Baptist Church of Chiefland. The seminar defines human trafficking, provides information on understanding the scope of the problem, victimology, understanding the trauma the trauma, and the vicarious trauma and self-care.

  • Lady Indians declaw Panthers

    The Chiefland softball team needed this one.

    Coming off rare back-to-back losses bookending spring break, the three-time defending state champs were re-engaged and looking to unload some frustration last Thursday against visiting Lecanto.

    CMHS bursted out of the gate with three runs in the opening frame against the Class 6A Panthers, before capturing a 7-2 win behind solid performances in all phases.

    The club improved to 8-3 overall, while LHS fell to 6-6.

  • Chiefland turns in big innings to beat Eagles

    There were times during last Friday’s game at Bronson when the Chiefland baseball club, in action for the first time since March 10, looked like a team that was playing its first game in two weeks.

    Indian pitchers surrendered eight walks and a hit-batter, and the defense’s four errors proved costly, as Bronson exploited those self-inflicted mistakes to help stir its offense, leaving no lead safe in the offensive onslaught.

  • 2017 Suwannee River Fair and Livestock Show and Sale

    Grand Champion Swine —  Kyndal Bussard, Dixie Middle FFA (Dixie), sale weight; 280 lbs, $29; 

    Buyers: Doug Anderson, Anderson Columbia

  • City moves forward on biosolid digester

    Chiefland City Commissioners approved an agreement Monday with the Suwannee River Management District to proceed toward updating and reconstructing the city’s existing biosolid digester treatment plant and associated equipment.

  • 2017 Suwannee River Fair and Livestock Show

    Note: First place showmanship belt buckles in all divisions were donated by Kloverleaf Tack, Kathy Inman in Williston.

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  • Popcorn, cotton candy and a ferris wheel

    Popcorn, cotton candy, the ferris wheel and more are all part of the allure when the Levy County Fair opens today (Thursday) at Williston’s Industrial Park, across from Horseman’s Park.

    The gates open at 4 p.m. with opening ceremonies at 6:30 p.m. on the main stage.

  • Chiefland official makes state championship game 55 years after winning it as player

    Norm Weaver has come full circle in his hoops journey.

    Fifty-five years after winning a state title as a point guard at Zephyrhills High School, he officiated the girls’ hoops Class 2A state title game last February in Lakeland.

    The events represent towering bookends for Weaver’s extensive time on and around the court, except the 72-year-old shows no signs of slowing down.

  • Chiefland girls prevail at Cedar Key Relays

    The Chiefland girls picked up wins in the 4x800 meter relay and 4x400 events to prevail over Bell, Branford, Bronson, Cedar Key, Seven Rivers Christian (Lecanto) and Trenton in the Cedar Key Relays in Rosewood on March 9.

    Jolie Anderson, Jaycie Anderson, Aubrey Hudson and Lauren Jones lifted the Lady Indians to victory in the 4x800 relay, while the Andersons and Hudson joined Banner Hodge in the 4x400.