Today's News

  • Make plans for Veterans Day

    County parade in
    Bronson this year
    Levy County's official  parade to honor military veterans comes with a bonus this year. Because Bronson High School's Homecoming is on Friday, Nov. 11, the students will be joining the county's official salute.
    The combined parade will roll at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11, from the intersection of Pine Street and U.S. 27A, at the U.S. Post Office with at least 40 floats and units from veterans' organizations and the usual number from the high school, including the Marching Eagles band.

  • Parents won't face charges in local toddler's death

    State Attorney Bill Cervone has decided that the parents of  a two-year-old killed when his brother picked up a loaded gun and it discharged will not be charged with felony culpabale negligence.

  • Mother Nature shines on garden dedication

    Tuesday morning's temperatures were brisk, but it wasn't enough to dampen the enthusiasm of about 100 people as they turned out for the dedication of the Florida Friendly demonstration garden at the Levy County Extension building in Bronson.

  • Patient thanks EMS crew

    It's not often the folks who work for Levy County Emergency Medical Service get to see their clients again.

  • Levy County invaders spur presentation in Cedar Key

    With blinking bug eyes, they hunt at night and ooze a toxic slime from their skin as a defense. They are a threat to the environment and cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage to Florida homeowners and businesses each year.

  • Friends remember Alonzo

    Former Chiefland High student-athlete Alonzo James Guyton, 24, was shot and killed early in the morning of Oct. 25 in what police are describing as a robbery attempt.

  • Sheriff’s Office has $1 million employee

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office has recognized a milestone achievement of benefit to residents of Levy County in these tough economic times. 

    The E911 system is funded with a 50-cents per month fee placed on telephone lines. With the advent of cell phones many people have chosen to drop their landline phones, reducing revenue to support E911. 

  • Editorial Toon for Oct. 27
  • Looking forward to work

     The most fertile source of insight is hindsight and you never know how far you’ve come until you look back on where you’ve been. During the last few years I’ve had numerous opportunities to look back over my progress, sometimes it’s with humor, sometimes it’s with pride and always with amazement over how I thought issues would turn out and how things really unfolded. 

  • A year abroad

     My name is Beth Warren and I am a recent graduate of Chiefland High School. Instead of going to college in the fall, like a lot of my peers, I will be going to Ecuador, South America.