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Today's News

  • Church gets busy
  • Church News for the week of October 16

    Fall festival at Resurrection

       Resurrection Fellowship is hosting a Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 25,

    From 12 to 4 p.m. This event is free to the general public and will feature a bounce house, fishing pond, paint ball booth and cake walk. We invite you to bring your favorite chili to enter into our Chili Cookoff, too. 

    Hot dogs, chips and drinks will be served.

    The church is located between Chiefland and Bronson, just 2 miles off

    of Hwy 27 on 339A (Breezy Acres Campground Road).

  • Agencies working to update flood maps

    State and federal agencies want to overhaul flood maps in Bronson and other areas of Levy County.

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently gave the Suwannee River Water Management District, which is in charge of permitting and managing most of the water in Levy County, a $627,000 grant to address wrong or missing data in flood maps in the region.

  • Columbus Day protested

    A group that is organizing a petition drive to abolish the Columbus Day holiday set up a protest at the Levy County Courthouse on Monday, Oct. 13 — the federal holiday observed as Columbus Day.

    Dianne Clark helped organize the protest and decorated the float that the three protestors representing a Spanish missionary, Columbus and his crew occupied.

    The float had signs outlining their objections to a holiday that honors a man who brought suffering to Native Americans and other indigenous people in the New World.

  • Community Calendar

    All month long

    The Yankeetown Inglis Woman's Club will be offering 50 percent off everything at the Second to None Shoppe for the month of November.

    The group will also be selling meals on Fridays and Saturdays (pulled pork).

    For more information, call 352-447-2057.

    Friday

    Stargazing at the Florida Museum

  • Car fire training

    A live car fire scenario was staged Tuesday, Oct. 7, by the Levy County Department of Public Safety where members reviewed scene size up, water supply and firefighter safety.

    LCDPS does this type of training six times a month to enhance training and teamwork.

  • Task force paying off

       Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum, left, presented the City of Chiefland with a check for more than $19,000 monday night.

       The money was from drug forfeitures from four cases handled by the Levy County Joint Drug Task Force.

       McCallum, standing next to Chiefland Police Chief Robert Douglas, said he was pleased to bring the money to the city and thanked Chiefland for partcipating in the task force.

  • Otter Creek crash injures two

    Two people were sent to Gainesville for medical treatment after two vehicles collided shortly after noon Saturday, Oct. 11, near Hershel's Store I - Otter Creek, at the intersection of U.S. Highway 19 and State Road 24, according to official reports.

    Donna Jones Ruffner, 64, and Theodore A. Fosgreen 65, both of Tallahassee sustained minor injuries. The occupants of the other vehicle Mathew Ryan Reams and Rebecca B. Garrison, both of Ocala, were not injured.

  • Vehicle rollover

    No one was injured when a truck towing a trailer with another vehicle on it rolled over at the intersection of County Road 326 and U.S. Highway 27 at 3:54 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 10. Responding to the crash were the Levy County Department of Public Safety Station 11 in Morriston and Rescue 10 in Williston, the Levy County Sheriff's Office and the Florida Highway Patrol. The full-size pickup truck was in the westbound ditch.

  • Crash on SR121 sends one to Shands

    One person was transported to Gainesville for medical treatment following a two-car crash on State Road 121 north of County Road 331A at 2:43 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 13, according to a Levy County Department of Safety press release.

    The drivers involved in the accident sustained minor injuries, but one, Ha Young Hahn, 21, of Gainesville, was transported to Shands Hospital in Gainesville by the LCDPS.