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Today's News

  • County asks state to help fix roads

    Levy County is asking the Florida Department of Transportation to help with fixing roads that are or will be impacted by growth in the northern end of the county and Bronson.

    In Tuesday’s meeting the County Commission voted unanimously to ask FDOT to fund the following projects:

  • Pharmacy expected to locate in Bronson

    A pharmacy is coming to Bronson and is expected to open its doors on June 1.

    Industrial Committee Chairperson Natalie Thomas of Miller Real Estate told the Bronson town council on Monday night of a “major accomplishment.”

    She said she brokered a deal to bring a pharmacy to town.

    It will be called Bronson Pharmacy and will be located on the corner of Hwy. 27 and Main Street in the building previously housed by Christian Creations, Thomas said. They’ve agreed to a two-year lease with the option to purchase, she said.

  • Solar wins fans at commission

    Solar won big at Tuesday’s Levy County Commission meeting – the purchase of two solar-powered message signs and a resolution supporting an action plan to bring solar to county buildings, homes and businesses.

  • Agendas for Bronson Town Council meeting Monday, April 20
  • PSC ends Levy nuke plant charge

    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) on Thursday approved Duke Energy Florida, Inc.’s (DEF) petition to end the fixed $3.45 charge (per 1,000 residential kilowatt hours) on customer bills related to the cancelled Levy Nuclear Project (LNP), beginning in May.

    Under the utility’s 2013 Settlement Agreement with the Office of Public Counsel and other customer representatives, the fixed charge was used to recover remaining LNP project costs.

  • 70-day red snapper season opens May 23 in Gulf state waters

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved a 70-day recreational red snapper season for Gulf state waters at the April 16 meeting in Tallahassee. Red snapper is a popular species that has a strong economic impact for many coastal communities throughout Florida.

  • FFA Alumni rodeo returns April 24-25

    The Chiefland FFA Alumni Rodeo returns to Brookins Arena on the Lotoma Ranch in Chiefland on Friday, April 24, and Saturday, April 25,  beginning at 8 p.m. both nights. 

    The FFA Alumni Chapter teams up with Flying “G” Rodeo Company and local contestants to provide an evening of barrel racing, bull riding, team roping, chute dogging, calf roping, breakaway. A calf scramble for children 10 and under and junior barrel racing. 

  • Phantom of the Op'ry at CMHS

    For a fun-filled evening, head over to Chiefland Middle High School on Friday or Saturday and take in the musical Phantom of the Op'ry.

    The restaging of Gaston Leroux’s famous “Phantom of the Opera” is more relaxed and full of laughs. And it's more suitable for Chiefland than Paris. At this flaky Op’ry House there are fiddles instead of violins and rhinestones instead of diamonds.

  • Manufacturing Career Fair in Ocala April 22

    CareerSource Citrus Levy Marion has teamed up with area manufacturers and the College of Central Florida to help connect job seekers with careers in advanced manufacturing.

    The Manufacturing Career Fair takes place Wednesday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Webber Center at CF’s Ocala campus, 3001 S.W. College Road. There is no charge to attend.

  • Wild Hog Canoe Race is Saturday

    The 38th annual race will be held Saturday, April 18 with registration from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The first boats will go out at 9:30 a.m. All proceeds go to benefit the Levy Association for Retarded Citizens.