Today's News

  • Finding the right trajectory


    But Anyway ...

  • Law Day 2011

    The annual Law Day celebration in some cities may be cause for serious seminars and a special Red Mass to ask God to provide spiritual guidance for those laboring in the judicial system.
    But in Levy County it is cause for those in local, state and federal law enforcement, prosecution and court circles to gather for a couple of hours,  swap stories and enjoy a fish fry on the shore of the Suwannee River at the Ottis Beauchamp River Home in Fowlers Bluff.

  • USDA invests in Florida farmers

    Center for Rural Affairs

    Florida farmers transitioning to organic systems as well as established organic producers now have an opportunity to apply for Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Organic Initiative funding to assist their organic efforts.

  • Bee hive basics

    Whether one wants free honey or to help restore the declining bee population, people everywhere can learn how to raise bees from the numerous online articles about beekeeping.
    Mother Earth News and even The New York Times had a piece about urban beekeeping on city roof tops. “Bee Movie,” was a hit for adults and kids alike. Some Florida municipalities are revising their zoning laws to accommodate small scale beekeepers.

  • Bee enthusiasts gather in Chiefland

    There’s a new gang in town. And while some of its members have made the ‘A’ list, they’re all on the ‘bee’ list.
    The Levy County Beekeepers Association was formed last week in Chiefland. About a dozen local residents came to the club’s first meeting where officers were appointed and membership dues, $20 per member, were collected.

  • Schedule of area spring football games

    Here's a look at area spring football games. Chiefland plays at Bronson while Williston hosts Tavares on May 26 to wrap up spring practices.

  • Drummond hosts Easter Egg hunt

    Drummond Community Bank held its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Usher Park in Chiefland for its customers’ and employees’ families. Children were treated to a day of hunting for candy eggs and other activities as well as a grilled lunch. About 100-150 turned out for the annual event. This is the 19th year the bank has sponsored the event.

  • 2011 football schedules for Levy County

    Here's a quick look at the 2011 varsity football schedules for Levy County's three high schools. A few games to note are Williston at Chiefland on Oct. 21, Dixie County at Chiefland on Oct. 28, Chiefland at Trenton on Nov. 11 and Trenton at Bronson on Oct. 7.

    All games are scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.


    Chiefland Indians

    8/26 Victory Christian

    9/2 Lecanto

    9/9 @ P.K. Yonge

  • Wedding: Langford-Barber

    Mrs. Chris Barber, of Old Town, would like to announce the engagement of her daughter, Constance Michelle Barber, to Robert Dale Langford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langford.
    The wedding is planned for May 21, 2011.

  • Wedding: Duncan-Kaatz

    Announcing the wedding of Miss Donna M. Kaatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Kaatz, of Fanning Springs, to Mr. Kenneth B. Duncan, III, son of Mr. Kenneth B. Duncan, Jr., of Fanning Springs, on Saturday, May 21, 2011.