Today's News

  • Bobcats’ big half sinks Eagles

    Bronson High School’s football team had its highest-scoring game of the season last Friday night, but visiting Quincy Munroe surged in the second half to take the 44-21 victory.

    Quarterback Ben Landon gave Bronson the early lead, running from four yards out for the game’s first touchdown.

    The Bobcats’ Trey Pack responded with a score soon after, but Munroe missed the extra point.

  • Buffalo bash

    It probably shouldn’t have been so close.

    The Villages Charter entered last Friday night’s game at Chiefland undefeated (5-0, 3-0 in District 5-1A)so far this season. The Indians (0-5, 0-3) have had their share of struggles in a rebuilding year.

    Realistically, The Buffalo could have run away with it. Instead, they got Chiefland’s strongest performances of the season.

    The Villages won the game 21-7, led by two monster touchdown runs from Buffalo quarterback Aaron Couture.

  • Church News

    First Christian yard sale

  • A fool and his money

     "Lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth.....but.....in heaven."  

    Matthew 6:19,20

  • Chiefland Chamber sponsors “Scarecrow City”

    The Chiefland Chamber of Commerce is looking for participation from local businesses, families or clubs for their first  “Scarecrow City” on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. till noon, with an  awards ceremony to follow. The contest will take place at Trailhead Park by the Chiefland Train Depot on U.S. Highway 19 and Southeast 2nd Avenue.

  • Ribbon cutting at A Woman's Place

     The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for A Woman's Place medical clinic, 1415 N.W. 23rd Avenue, Chiefland, 352-493-9393. The business is operated by Lauren Williams, owner and nurse practioner, and provides medical care for women patients age 14 and over.

  • Tourism summit pitches unusual trips to Levy County

     Levy County was well represented at the 5th Annual Pure Water Wilderness Tourism Summit held Sept. 14, in Pine Grove Baptist Church.

  • Library's young patrons to decorate pumpkins

     This month each branch of the Levy County Public Library System will have real mini pumpkins for kids of all ages to decorate. Each child will be able to use stickers to decorate one pumpkin to take home. Join in on this fun Halloween Craft. Large groups are welcome, but please contact your local library in advance. 

  • Store to Celebrate 19 Years

     Dixie Music Center will celebrate their 19th anniversary in business with their annual music festival. This will be the Old Town’s store’s 10th such event in as many years. The Saturday, Oct. 9, show is free and is open to the public. 

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