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Today's News

  • Calling all artists ages 4 to 12

       Show off your artistic skills by entering a poster in the Florida Farm Bureau Youth Poster Contest. Each person may enter one poster based on the theme “Back Where I Come From” and agriculture.
       There are three different age divisions for competition: ages 4-6, ages 7-9 and ages 10-12 (all ages as of September 12, 2011).
       Posters will be on display at the Florida Farm Bureau 70th Annual Meeting, Oct. 6-8, 2011.

    n Posters can be no larger than 14” x 22” and can’t be matted or framed.

  • 9/11, a walk to remember

     Bronson Future Farmers of America students took part in "9/11, A Walk to Remember" before the Eagles' home game against Seven Rivers on Friday. As a show of respect for the lives lost 10 years ago, FFA members walked around the old Bronson High School, now Hilltop, from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
     Donations were taken prior to kickoff with 100 percent going to The Wounded Warriors Project. Donations also can be made by calling Marcia Smith or Jennifer Bray with the Bronson FFA at352-486-5261, ext. 283.

  • Chiefland FFA member makes state finals

  • CF Levy Center

    n Financial workshops meet in October
       The College of Central Florida Levy Center will offer Financial Focus Workshops, providing answers to common questions about personal finance.
       The workshops will be held Mondays, Oct. 3 through 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Levy Center, 114 Rodgers Blvd. in Chiefland. The registration fee is $15 and includes all five sessions.

  • New CFEC building on its way

    The board of Central Florida Electric Co-op, donning hardhats, were gold shovel-ready Monday afternoon as they posed for the ground-breaking ceremony at the new location for the operations center in Chiefland.
    The new building will be 32,000 square feet and house a variety of departments that are located in several buildings in Chiefland. It will include system operations, member services, engineering and a two-lane drive-thru for making payments.

  • County property tax 7.8114 mils

    There was a little horse trading at the Levy County Commission on Monday as the board tried to feel each other out to set the property tax millage for the coming year.
    The commissioners also warned that they have cut the "fluff" from the county budget and a property tax increase is looming in the future.

  • Hurricane can't stop Martin

    Hurricane Irene couldn't stop Tom Martin from competing in the 2011 World Fire and Police Games in New York City.
    With Irene canceling flights up and down the East Coast late last month, the Levy County Sheriff's Office corporal took matters into his own hands. When Martin finished his nightshift on Aug. 27, he jumped into a car with his wife, Sarah, and headed north.

  • Law Appreciation Night honors 8

    If law is what holds civilization together, then it's only civil that society should come together now and then to honor those who protect those laws.
    That was the message Thursday night as six area law enforcement officers, emergency first responders and two good Samaritans were honored at Law Appreciation Night, sponsored by the Chiefland Woman's Club at First Baptist Church of Chiefland.

  • Sheriff’s reports & Most Wanted for September 22

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Department reports the following arrests:
    n  Sept. 12, Jeffrey Steven Baggett, 36, Bronson, VOP.
    n  Sept. 16, Jessica Danielle Barlow, 23, Gainesville, FTA.
    n  Sept. 16, Walter Alexander Burns, 40, Chiefland, trespassing. Bond $2,500.
    n  Sept. 13, Everett Troy Crawford, 46, Chiefland, VOP.
    n  Sept. 12, James Russell Crawford, 22, Old Town, petit theft. Bond $1,000.
    n  Sept. 12, Libbi Rose Eilola, 27, Inglis, three VOP.

  • Car chase ends in murder suspect's arrest

    Wednesday evening's rush hour took on new meaning as a murder suspect tore through downtown Williston, running vehicles off the road, hitting speeds of up to 100 mph and going the wrong way up Highway 27,  all the while leading about 20 law enforcement vehicles.