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Today's News

  • Another Way hosts fundraiser on Saturday

    Join Another Way for a night of food and fun at the Gathering Table in Chiefland on Saturday, August 13, starting at 4 p.m. How can you beat treating yourself to a wonderful meal and assisting the Gathering Table in donating to others?  

    For those who may not be aware, Another Way assists victims of domestic violence with shelter, counseling, and other resources.

  • County elections already being decided

     

    For those who have not returned their absentee (vote by mail) ballots and are undecided about who to vote for in county races you have a change to study up on the candidates in this issue of the Chiefland Citizen. 

    The Levy County Newspaper Group posed questions to candidates in the county commission and school superintendent races and their answers can be found on pages A8-10. 

  • City park gets a name

     

     

    The new southside park that Chiefland is seeking state money to build finally has a name: Chiefland Trailhead. 

  • Soggy's the new norm

     

    For those who want to be “in the know” the soggiest spot in Levy County may be Yankeetown where the newly installed Weather STEM at Yankeetown school measured 10.06 inches of rain from Friday through Monday. 

    Of that amount, 5.47 inches of rain fell on Sunday. 

  • Home invasion was really delusion

     

    A Williston man who reported a home invasion at his Northeast 175th Avenue residence in Williston causing the Levy County Sheriff's Office to turn out in full force on Aug. 5 in an effort to save him. 

  • County elections already being decided

    For those who have not returned their absentee (vote by mail) ballots and are undecided about who to vote for in county races you have a chance to study up on the candidates in this issue of the Chiefland Citizen.

    The Levy County Newspaper Group posed questions to candidates in the county commission and school superintendent races and their answers can be found on pages A8-10.

    For those among the 1,075 who had voted as of Tuesday, you can read the candidate responses, but you cannot change your ballot.

  • Home invasion was really delusion

    A Williston man who reported a home invasion at his Northeast 175th Avenue residence in Williston causing the Levy County Sheriff's Office to turn out in full force on Aug. 5 in an effort to save him.

    But when the deputies showed up and made their way into the home, they only found the man who admitted he had been using the drug “Molly” (Ecstasy) for three days, according to the arrest document.

  • Soggy’s the new norm

    For those who want to be “in the know” the soggiest spot in Levy County may be Yankeetown where the newly installed Weather STEM at Yankeetown school measured 10.06 inches of rain from Friday through Monday.

    Of that amount, 5.47 inches of rain fell on Sunday.

    Chiefland is a relatively dry spot in the week’s weather picture where the Weather STEM at Chiefland Middle High School measured 3.3 inches of rain over the weekend.

    The Bronson Weather STEM at Bronson Middle High School registered 5.29 inches over the weekend.

  • Get prepared for up to 10 inches of rain in coming week

    By David Peaton

    Levy County Emergency Management
    The National Weather Service is tracking a broad area of low pressure off the west coast of Florida that has the potential to bring as much as 10 inches of rain to the Levy County and surrounding areas over the next few days. 

    Citizens that have drainage issues and are prone to rainfall related flooding should take extra precautions to protect property from potential flooding issues. 

  • Community Calendar for the week of August 4

    Today, Aug. 4

    Thursdays

    Homemakers meet

    The Levy County Home & Community Educators group meets the third Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. at the UF/IFAS Extension office at 625 N. Hathaway Ave., Bronson. There are no meetings during the summer months. For more information call 352-486-5131.

    Library Friends meeting