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Today's News

  • Church News

    Prayer walk for Chiefland schools

         The Chiefland Ministerial Association is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Prayer Walk for the schools of Chiefland.  All church members and believers are invited to meet at Hardeetown Baptist Church on Sunday at 4:15 pm.  

  • Indians first game of season Friday

    The Chiefland High School football team is gearing up to play their first game of the season against Suwannee County this Friday in Chiefland.

    Indians Coach Ajay Ulmer said he's getting ready for a battle.“Anybody that's been around here for a little while knows they're ( the opposition) a quality team.”

    And he said the rival team has a new coach this year that he believes has made big improvements to the opposition's team.

  • FWC opens turkey hunt permit applications

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will begin accepting 2010 special-opportunity spring turkey hunt applications at 10 a.m. Sept. 8.

    The deadline for submitting applications is midnight Oct. 13.

    Applications may be submitted at www.wildlifelicense.com, county tax collectors’ offices or at any license agent. A random drawing decides who will receive the permits. To apply, hunters can obtain application worksheets at MyFWC.com/Hunting under “Limited Entry Hunts.”

  • Levy Lightning 3v3 qualifies for World tournament

    The U-13 Levy Lightning 3v3 soccer team placed fourth at Nationals held earlier this month at Disney’s Wild World of Sports in Orlando, qualifying them for the World Championships tournament next January.

    “Everybody contributed on offense and scored, and it was team defense,” said Head Coach Max Aguirre. “We played excellent soccer.”

  • Fish kills need reporting

    The recent rains and cloudy skies are causing problems along the Withlacoochee River and in lakes around Citrus and Sumter counties.

    Residents are reporting fish kills in various areas, and Fisheries Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) think the number and severity of fish kills could increase over the next several weeks.

  • CAAA soccer signups open

    The Chiefland Amateur Athletic Association will hold signups for the soccer season on August 29 and September 5 from 9 a.m. To 2 p.m. At Strickland Park.    The sport is open to boys and girls ages four to 18. A $40 fee is due at signup.    For more information, call Mickey or Peggy Morgan at 493-7017.

  • New school zone
  • Community Calendar

      Today

    Post 91 membership meeting

    The Jamerson-Sheffield Post 91 of the American Legion will hold its regular membership meeting in conjunction with the Auxiliary Unit 91.

    The dinner will start at 5:30 p.m. with the meeting to follow.

    This is a good opportunity to meet  fellow legionnaires.

    Friday

    Book signing

  • Friday

    Library hosts magic show

    Luther Callaway Public Library in Chiefland will host a magic show at 10 a.m.

     

    Saturday

    Auction benefits Chief Theatre

  • Letter: Rep. Bembry against raising fees on drivers

    The Florida Legislature passed a transportation bill, CS/HB 5011, during the 2009 Legislative Session creating an $800 million fee/tax increase for the people of Florida.

    Beginning September 1, certain fees for driver license and motor vehicle services will significantly increase as a result of the Florida Legislature’s efforts to balance the state budget because of declining tax receipts due to the slowed economy.