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Today's News

  • Bar donnybrook ends with one man arrested

    Officer Nick Viaggio who recently came off light duty for the Chiefland Police Department probably wished he had not when confronted with a crowd of about 200 men in their 20s and 30s fighting with everything from beer mugs to barstools at Knucklehead’z Bar.

    Viaggio was the first officer to respond to the call at 1:19 a.m. Saturday at 909 South Main Street, said Chiefland Police Chief Robert Douglas in a verbal report to the City Commission Monday night. “You could call it a riot-fight,” Douglas said.

  • Six trophies, no winners in horse show cuts

    The horse show at the Suwannee River Fair was smaller this year. About 60 percent smaller. Show devotees who showed up past noon to check out the speed events would have been greeted by an empty arena and a small crowd, drifting away. There was no speed competition this year, and only nine girls competed in the other events, although more than 30 had entered.

    The reason?

  • Explore women authors for Women’s History Month

    The following American authors and works should bring hours of intellectual engagement to anyone interested in how women portray life and living in times past as people across the nation celebrate Women’s History Month.

  • Letters to the Editor

    To the editor:

    It is just awful with what the executives of AIG are getting away with! They are squandering some 160 - 200 million of our tax dollars to give bonuses! Well I am not going to condemn or excuse the executives of AIG. What they are doing appears shameful but I only have the information provided by the news media.

  • Ask a lawyer

    R.T. of Chiefland asks, “I don’t have a will, but my children keep telling me I need to get one. I don’t have all that much, just some land, a mobile home, my truck, some guns and a few other things. Do I need a will? And what’s the difference between a will and a living will?”

    Dear R.T.;

  • Chiefland girls can't overcome Williston in rematch

    For five innings the softball game played Friday evening between the Chiefland Indians and the Williston Red Devils was all it had been built up to be. After all, both teams were locked up in a three-way tie for the district lead with P.K. Yonge after the Red Devils had beaten Chiefland earlier in the season, P.K. Yonge beat Williston, and the Indians beat the Blue Wave in the first round of district games.

    Williston took a 1-0 first-inning lead, but Chiefland loaded the bases in the top of the second. Amy Biehl drilled a three-run triple to put the Indians on top 3-1.

  • Lady Indians back on track with win over Dixie

    After an ugly 5-4 collapse at Trenton, Chiefland girls got serious again and whipped up on Dixie County in a 7-0 district shutout win at home. With the win, the Lady Indians are 8-3, and 6-2 in the district.

    Chiefland's Amber Richardson pitched a complete game against Dixie County, striking out nine batters and allowing only four hits. As in their season opener at the Lady Bears' den, Chiefland's defense had no errors.

  • Diamond tribe looks ahead after setback

    After a good run of wins, Chiefland baseball was sorely tested last week by a bad home loss to Taylor County and a 12-2 district loss at Ft. White.

    “We got beat up pretty good up there – ten-runned again,” said Indians' Head Coach Kyle Parnell.

    “Basically they hit the ball and we didn't. They swung the bats well; we hit the ball hard but seemed to hit it right at them. Only about two strikeouts, but whenever we put the ball in play, they just made the plays – give Ft. White the credit.”

  • Tindale, Sache announce engagement

    Jeff and Renee Tindale announce the engagement of their daughter Amber Renee Tindale to Seth Eugene Sache, son of Wes and Debi Sache.

    The bride-elect is a 2008 graduate of Chiefland High School and is purrsuing a degree in radiography at Santa Fe College.

    The future groom is a 2007 graduate of Chiefland High School and is pursuing a business degree at Lake City Community College.

    The couple plan to wed after the completion of their college degrees.

  • Hospital still on track

    The Tri County Hospital is slow to come to fruition but it’s still on track to happen says the facility’s chief executive officer.

    Frank Schupp, who is in Arkansas on business this week, said his company is working on doing a joint venture with another company to finalize financing and make the hospital a reality.

    Schupp said he was not at liberty to reveal the name of the other company, but he expects financing to be worked out in 30-45 days.