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Today's News

  • Much ado about road resurfacing

    Never let it be said that Levy County won't look a gift horse in the mouth.

    D.A.B. Constructors Inc., owner Bill Bachschmidt, asked to change the way his company would repave and widen County Road 40 in a way that would take care of a problem with cracks in the road, would cost $6,000 less than his low bid of $1,232,222.22 and would mean the county would get surplus material valued at $175,000.

  • Hotel deal may cost Fanning

    Fanning Springs could be on the hook for $200,000 owed to Mittauer and Associates Engineering for services rendered on the Holiday Inn Express and Dairy Queen development project if things don’t work out.

    Fred Fox of Fred Fox Enterprises said that the city would have that liability to Mittauer for their services up to the point of putting out for bids at an Oct. 15 emergency Fanning Springs city council meeting.

  • Group home for sex offenders, predators causing concern

    A home in East Williston that houses sex offenders and sex predators is causing concern in the community, and Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum asked the Levy County Commission to consider legal actions that can be taken to limit such residences. 

  • Man arrested on burglary charges

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office has arrested David Michael Smith, 26, on burglary, grand theft and dealing in stolen property charges in connection with a break-in at a residence in Bronson on Oct. 3 and are investigating him in connection with eight other residential burglaries he admitted, according to a sheriff's office press release.

    The victim reported that an unknown suspect had removed copper wire from the walls and appliances at his home. 

  • Gospel singers sought for Levy ARC event

    The ARC of Levy is seeking gospel singers for a fund-raising Gospel Sing on Saturday, Nov. 8 event at the Tommy Usher/Pineland Center n Chiefland. 

    Anyone who has a voice and wants an audience to hear their songful message is asked to call 352-486-4294 to sign up for one or two songs to perform. The Gospel Sing will be from 7-11 p.m.

  • Cedar Key clear of red tide

    After nearly two months of commercial clam lease closures, red tide has moved out of Cedar Key, according to officials.
    The Florida Fish Wildlife Conservation Commission reported this week that Karenia brevis, the organism responsible for Florida red tide, was not detected in samples taken from Cedar Key.
    Samples were also clear in Dixie, Wakulla, Bay, Gulf and Pasco counties, according to FWC.

  • Church hot dog wagon rides again

    The Lighthouse Word Church Hot Dog Wagon will be handing out hot dogs and a message from God on Saturday, Oct. 18, across the street from the Gas Mart at the intersection of County Road 345 and U.S. 19 in Chiefland.

    The public is invited to come by for a free hot dog, a beverage and a ticket to enter in the giveaways.

  • 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.