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Today's News

  • 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
  • Wild Hog Canoe Race enjoys record turnout

    Though the ride never gets any easier, the numbers keep growing.

    The Wild Hog Canoe Race continues to draw new participants to the charity event – a grueling 15-mile trek down the Waccasassa River, where canoers and kayakers paddle, drag, lift, wade and swim their way past snakes and alligators from six miles west of Bronson to the Waccasassa Bridge at U.S. Highway 19 near Gulf Hammock. The 40th Anniversary edition Saturday was no different.

  • National Day of Prayer

     The Chiefland Ministerial Association encourages everyone to gather May 4 at noon around the Flag Pole in front of Chiefland City Hall for National Day of Prayer.

  • Honor a deceased veteran this Memorial Day

     Please send us a photo and a short, typewritten description of your deceased veteran for Memorial Day. 

    Please submit memorials by May 19 for inclusion in the May 25 edition via email to David Davis at ddavis@chieflandcitizen.com., hand deliver or mail typewritten letters to 624 W Park Avenue, Chiefland, FL, 32626.

  • CF celebrates adult education grads

    The College of Central Florida last Thursday held its spring graduation for 30 area students who earned diplomas as Florida High School Graduates through the College’s adult education program.

  • Horseshoe crabs are related to spiders

    By REBECCA GALLAGHER

    Horseshoe crabs are arthropods therefore more closely related to spiders than to crabs, according to Dr. Savanna Barry from the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station.

    Barry presented a lecture on the crabs recently to a group at the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve. She discussed the anatomy and importance of the horseshoe crab.

  • Levy students can dual enroll in UF courses

    The School Board of Levy County has made the County the first rural county to partner with the University of Florida for its dual enrollment program.

    Dual enrollment courses allow high school juniors and seniors to take free college courses that offer credits toward a college degree while also satisfying high school credit requirements in the course subject area.

    The applicants for the UF dual enrollment courses must maintain a 3.5 unweighted GPA. They must also provide a test score – SAT, PSAT or ACT – that meets requirements.