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Today's News

  • Bronson suffers another big loss

    Timmy King’s blank stare was as cold as the ice bag numbing his right knee. Bronson’s senior lineman was injured during the first quarter of Friday’s 51-20 loss at Bell. It dropped the Eagles to 0-9 on the season.

    King sat mostly motionless during the second half, perhaps realizing his high school football career was over from what appeared to be a severe injury. He’d glance at the field only to watch plays, but his eyes would quickly return to the ground.

  • Cappy's (FINAL) Corner: Adios Amigos

    My days are numbered at the Chiefland Citizen. Monday will be my last at the paper as I’ve accepted a job to become the editor of Gator Country Magazine and GatorCountry.com. It’s what is best for my family and career as I try to grow in the Florida media world after moving here from Arkansas a year ago.

    Chiefland, and Levy County, will always be special to me. It’s a special place with special people with a few, at times, that were a special kind of crazy.

  • Sen. Nelson staffer to hold office hours in Chiefland on Thursday

    A representative of U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson will hold office hours Thursday, Nov. 10, 3-4 p.m. at Chiefland City Hall in the City Commission meeting room.

    City Hall is located at 214 E. Park Ave.

    This event is open to all residents, including those with a federal Issue to discuss.

    For More Information, call 850-942-8415
     

  • Road and Lane Closures for Nov. 5-11

    The following is a list of roadwork underway by the FDOT that may impact traffic.
     
    Note:  All work will be suspended on Friday, November 11 for the Veterans Day holiday.
     
    ALACHUA COUNTY:
     
    Archer Road (State Road 24)  Daytime lane closures from Southwest 13th Street (US 441) to the Levy County line to repaint the roadway markings.
     

  • FEMA does first national test of alert system Wednesday

    Please be aware that on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 2 p.m. the Federal Emergency Management Agency will conduct the first ever Nationwide Emergency Alert System (EAS) Test. Most of us know this as the old Emergency Broadcast System test on TV and the radio.

    Like that, it's only a test and don't be alarmed.

  • Two die in plane crash in Morriston

    Two men died when the 1956 Beech Craft T-34 plane they were in crashed shortly after takeoff from a private field into a wooded area in Morriston at 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
    Dead are Ralph Ken Terry, 74, of Daytona Beach, the passenger, and Mike Fuller, 47, of Port Orange, the pilot.
    The plane was registered to Terry, a pilot with over 60,000 hours of flight time and retired after 30 years of service with Northwest Airlines.

  • Set clocks back an hour tonight as Daylight Saving Time ends
  • Champions pose

     Chiefland varsity golfers pose in front of the leaderboard after winning the district tournament in Gainesville last month. Pictured, from left, are Alex Lawton, Alden Davis, Logan Smith, Richard Ruth, Justin Ivey and coach Dave Mitchell.    

  • Chip-ins and birdies highlight latest CWGA tourney

    By MARILEE LEONARD

    Tournament Chairman

    The Chiefland Women’s Golf Association played a game on Oct. 26, 2011, where prizes were awarded to the Low Gross winner and Low Net winner in each of the three flights.  Prizes are also awarded to players who have chip-ins during their rounds.

  • Dixie County sacks Chiefland's homecoming

    After almost 46 minutes of little to cheer about other than Shelby Mills being crowned Homecoming Queen, Chiefland fans were throwing both arms into the air, clapping and yelling wildly and even ringing a cow bell. They finally had something to cheer about after a late Indians touchdown in Friday’s 28-8 loss against Dixie County in Wayne Pridgeon Stadium.