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Today's News

  • Levy County's jobless rate 11.4 % in June

    Levy County’s unemployment rate broke a new barrier in June rising to 11.4 percent as the state rate rose to 10.6 percent.

                      The report released by the state Agency for Workforce Innovation means another 211 persons filed unemployment claims in June.

  • Traffic stop, chase nets 3 bricks of drugs

    Williston Police Department is seeking the driver of a vehicle in which three aluminum foil-wrapped bricks of what is believed to be cocaine was found, according to a press release.

                The driver, whose identity is unknown, jumped out of the vehicle and fled after refusing to stop for and failing to elude Officer David Deonarine on Northeast 13th Street at about 11 p.m. Wednesday.

  • Chiefland police charge man in $13,000 ring theft

     

                      A Quincy man who had pawned one ring at Mitch’s Jewelry in Chiefland should have shopped around for another shop before he tried to pawn a second one — this time a diamond and platinum ring valued at almost $13,000.

  • Fugitive arrested In North Carolina

    Federal fugitive, John Roger Sager on the run from a federal indictment charging him with conspiracy to manufacture, posses and distribute the product from more than 1,000 marijuana plants was arrested at a campground in Canton, N.C., on Friday, July 17 by the Levy County Sheriff's Office working with the U.S.

  • County’s business recruiter doesn’t want to be fenced in

    Levy County’s business recruiter Amanda Douglas has asked the commission for a better place to meet representatives of businesses interested in moving to Levy County and her boards of directors are backing the move.

    Douglas, who has an office in the county Road Department’s maintenance yard, asked the County Commission in its regular meeting Tuesday to consider for space in the Baker Building in Bronson.  Douglas is executive director of the Nature Coast Business Development Council and the Levy County Enterprise Zone Development Agency.

  • FLVS Launches New Full-Time Program

    eeeeFlorida Virtual School (FLVS), Florida’s state-wide, public online learning program, is launching a new, full-time virtual school offering.

  • There's still time to "send 'em to camp

    Note: See more photos in slideshow on this web page.

    If anyone wondered where all the cool kids were this summer, between the weekday hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., a good first guess would be to perk up your ears.

    School-age children from all over the Nature Coast area, even out to Marion and Alachua counties could be easily found if only you know what to listen for.

  • Commission chair closes door on spat over travel

    Levy County Commission Chair Nancy Bell had a closed door talk with fellow Commissioner Danny Stevens after the two sparred in a public meeting over her plans to attend a national conference while forcing budget cuts on county constitutional officers, departments and agencies.

  • Watch your wallet, home, car, children

    So just as the police and sheriff are telling me  there is a surge in economic crimes in the county, our office gets hit  with a credit card scam.

    Advertisers are calling and coming into the office  after being contacted by someone - with from a blocked phone number -  saying they are from the "Chiefland Bulletin" and they need credit  card information to update their records.

    A call to the Levy County Sheriff's Office confirms  

    that one customer has already called them to make a report. Chiefland  

  • Dear Editor: The Cornerstone

    A noble act may be one of giving, caring, or sharing. It may be an act of enlightenment, just enough truth to guide someone’s path. Truth enough to stand the test of time, time enough to see the truth in something we believe in. The cornerstone of government that our forefathers intended for us was, “government for the people, by the people.”