Today's News

  • Nothing goes unnoticed in the eyes of God


    Outdoor Truths

  • High inflation reaches a new low


  • Bronson council says cemetery needs to be held accountable

    Sarah Denson's voice quaked as she told the Bronson Town Council Monday night about the state of the Rosemary Hill Cemetery, the place where her husband, brother and friends are buried.
    "They were good, upstanding citizens, business people and taxpayers," Denson said. But the cemetery is not being taken care of, she said. The area needs to be mowed and debris needs to be picked up. She said the last time she visited the cemetery there were cut branches resting on top of a grave.

  • Our View: Worthy cause

    Kudos Chiefland City Commissioners.
    Bet they never imagined they'd see that in this space, but it's certainly warranted after commissioners went to bat for one of the best programs in the city.
    Commissioners voted unanimously to waive a $180 rental fee normally charged for use of the Tommy Usher Pineland Center for the College of Central Florida Levy Center to have its GED graduation.
    We think that was a brilliant move and hope the commissioners will waive the fee every time there's a GED graduation until the CF Levy Center builds its campus.

  • Ask a Lawyer

    J.F. of Williston asks:
    “I bought a new car five years ago. I made every payment on time except for twice, when I was unable to pay.  Once was the month after I lost a job and the other time was when I was sick and unable to work for several weeks and didn’t get paid. On both occasions, I was told I could “defer” those payments until the end of the loan for a small fee.

  • Celebration spotlights talented Chiefland youngster

    Special to the Citizen
    When the Hospice Thrift & Gift Shoppe marked its first anniversary in Chiefland with a celebration festival. Justin Walton, 11, of Chiefland, took the first step on what could be his road to stardom.

  • Engagement: Colson-Arrington

       Carl and Amanda Colson of Chiefland announce the engagement of their daughter, Burgandy Colson of Chiefland to Christopher "Red" Arrington of Chiefland, son of Randy and Jeanne Arrington of Chiefland.
       The bride-to-be and groom-to-be are both graduates of Chiefland High School. Miss Colson has a Associate's degree in cardiovascular technology and is an independant consultant for Premier Designs Jewelry. Mr. Arrington is a cattle farmer in Kentucky.

  • Log Cabin Quilters for May 19

    Director, Quilt Museum
    The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, May 12, at the Levy County Quilt Museum. More fabric was brought in and also lots of pictures that have been taken through the months.  We have extra photos for those who want them.
    Four ladies came out and had lunch with us. One had a quilt she wanted to have finished.  Lois took the job on.

  • 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.