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Today's News

  • Indians beat Eagles in their nest

    Indian fans filled the bleachers at the Bronson gym Saturday as Chiefland boys beat the Eagles 49-45, holding off overtime, it seemed, by the breath in a referee's whistle.

    Cantrell Richardson got the Indians off to a good start, taking the dish from Josh Wasson for a three off the left wing. Wasson was fouled on his next trip and made two free throws, making it 5-0 Chiefland before James Rivers got to the line for Bronson, making two.

  • Levy County Raiders football gets big bowl win

    Levy County Raiders traveled to Belleview to face a much-improved Belleview team in the Sonic Holiday Invitational Bowl. The Black Knights came into the game hoping to avenge a 27-0 defeat received a few weeks ago at the hands of the Raiders, but it was not to be, as Levy County again shut them out, 34-0.

  • Indians clawed by Panthers

    Chiefland boys looked sluggish in a mostly close 50-39 loss to district rival Newberry Friday. Expectations were high for the Indians after a breakout game against ranked rival Williston, which Chiefland lost only after putting a bad scare into the slumping Devils.

  • Indians go Bear hunting

    The Indians are going Bear hunting! CHS had a pep rally Wednesday to get fired up for Chiefland's Friday home game against tough district rival Dixie County. Basketball Head Coach Mark Lundy told the crowd that the Indians are currently tied with the Bears for third in the district, which also includes conference leaders P.K. Yonge and Williston. If Chiefland beats Dixie Friday, the Indians would take over third place and improve their seeding for the district tournament, which starts in February.

  • CHS girls defend, don't score in losses to P.K., Dixie

    Chiefland girls had another tough outing against district foe P.K. Yonge, to whom they also lost in the first half of the season. The Lady Wave brought their fullcourt trapping defense into Chiefland Thursday, along with deadeye shooting by Jaterra Bonds and Niya Johnson, and left with a 65-18 win.

    Katelyn Allen led Lady Indian scoring with six points and Renashia Bowers and Janessa Barrios followed with four points each.

    The Lady Indians played much better the following night against Dixie County, falling 39-33 after nearly recovering from a 20-9 first half deficit.

  • The Year in Review

    Perhaps the biggest news in Levy County in 2008 had to be the indictment of three county officials by a federal grand jury, while the big news in Chiefland was the City Commission’s attempt to head off the location of adult entertainment businesses within city limits.

    It’s news that will continue into 2009 as the trio — Commission Chair W.S. “Sammy” Yearty, Commissioner Robert Anthony “Tony” Parker, and resigned Enterprise Zone Development Director Pamela Blair Williams, are due to go to trail on Feb. 2.

  • Misconceptions opens Jan. 9

    The Suwannee Valley Players have begun rehearsals for their winter comedy Misconceptions by Michael Vukadinovich. The comedy, directed by Janice Grant with the assistance of Mike Humphries and Gregory Mercier, is a story about lies and misconceptions that lead to a host of misunderstandings.

  • Governor should act on commission appointments

    To the editor:

    I recently read a couple of articles about the possible appointments for the Board of County Commissioners.

    I noticed there were several names of highly qualified individuals.

    I also noticed there were several individuals that [sic] did not live in those two respective Districts. If the Governor appoints someone for these two respective Districts who lives outside the respective Districts this might raise a few questions.

  • Education: A look back at 2008

    From new science standards and deep budget cuts to teacher awards and a new Superintendent, education in Levy County experienced many newsworthy occasions in 2008. The following are highlights from this year’s important headlines.

    January:

    Superintendent Cliff Norris announces he will not run for re-election, opting instead for retirement.

  • Maria Tresper comes to life Jan. 10

    Are you interested in learning more about Levy County’s involvement in the Civil War? Then join the Friends of the Luther Callaway Public Library to hear the account of one local woman, Maria A. Tresper, who lived at Clay Landing during the conflict.