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Today's News

  • Workforce Connection teams up with Monster.com

    Workforce Connection of Citrus, Levy and Marion counties has teamed up with Monster.com to help job seekers power up their search efforts.

    The following additional Career Launch programs and services are also offered free of charge:
    • Job Campaign Coaching and One-on-One Meetings with Veterans Representatives by appointment only. Contact Dr. Jo Clifford at 840-5700, ext. 1120 or 800-434-JOBS, ext. 1120 or email jclifford@clmworkforce.com.

  • Helping Hands for May 19

    Farm Bureau collects
    for disaster victims

       Levy County Farm Bureau will be taking donations through the month of May for the families affected by the recent tornados in Alabama.     Needed items are bottled water, personal hygiene items, blankets, toys for kids, clothing, non-perishable food items. Cash donations will also be accepted, please make check payable to the Alabama Disaster Relief Fund through Drummond Community Bank.

  • Community Calendar for the week of May 19

    Today

    Legion membership meeting
    American Legion Post 91 will have its regular membership meeting with dinner beginning at 5:30 p.m., followed by the meeting. New officers for 2011-12 will be announced. All members and prospective members are invited. The post is located at 4200 South U.S. Highway 129 between Trenton and Bell next to the FFA Arena.

    Saturday

    FWC hunter safety course

  • Chiefland star party Friday

       The Chiefland Star Party Group is presenting a telescopic view of the stars and planets at the observation tower at the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve in Yankeetown at 8:30 p.m.

  • Library loads up on activities

       The Levy County Public Library System is loaded with activities the rest of the month.
       The Luther Callaway Public Library in Chiefland will have a "feelings-themed" preschool program at 11 a.m. on May 23. On the same day, there also will be an after school program with movie and popcorn at the Bronson Public Library at 5 p.m.

  • Man arrested on domestic, child assault charges

    Charles David Keene, 52, of Archer, was arrested after Levy County Sheriff's deputies answered a domestic disturbance call on May 9 at University Oaks subdivision, according to a  Sheriff's Office press release.
    An adult female told a deputy that Keene had been drinking and when he came home they got into a verbal argument. She said Keene picked up a children's bicycle and attempted to throw it at her,  but it missed and instead struck a child, 3,  knocking the child to the ground.

  • Sheriff's Report & Most Wanted for May 19

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
    n May 9, Rebecca J. Alvarado, 35, Trenton, writ of bodily attachment. Bond $1,176.93.
    n May 10, Daniel Luke Arrington, 33, Chiefland, burglary, grand theft, dealing in stolen property. Bond $100,000.
    n May 15, Cody James Blair, 19, Bronson, aggravated stalking. Bond $100,000.
    n May 9, Todd Edgar Bloss, 40, Keystone Heights, no driver’s license. Bond $500.

  • Court dispositions

    The following persons were sentenced, found not guilty or the case nolle pros — dropped — in the Criminal Division of the 8th Circuit Court in Levy County. The information is taken from public records. VOP means violation of probation.
    n Jorge Escobedo Alonso, driving without a license, 60 days with credit for 60 days served; resisting an officer with violence, nolle pros. Must pay civil judgment.

  • Citizens on Patrol

    They are at all the parades, funerals, festivals, public gatherings. They're the folks who look a lot like Levy County Sheriff's deputies, but not quite. They drive official looking sheriff's cruisers with a slightly different paint scheme and have yellow lights on top. 

    They're the silen superheroes of the Sheriff's Office, the Citizens on Patrol. They provide an extra pair of eyes by patrolling neighborhoods. They direct traffic so folks on their way to a big event don't get frazzled.

  • CF Levy Center has $4.8M in state budget

    An appropriation of $4.8 million for the first phase of construction of the Levy Campus of the College of Central Florida is included in the state's Public Education Capital Outlay budget.
    But like a similar $14.8 million appropriation that was vetoed, it faces a possible veto by Gov. Rick Scott.
    CF President Charles Dassance, who announced the good news at a gathering on the new campus Thursday, said residents should keep the school in their prayers, write letters and send emails to Scott in support of the appropriation.