Today's News

  • Springhouse Quilters

    Special to the Citizen

    Springhouse Quilters got the new year off to a big quilting start for 2011 by holding several training workshops for members in January and February. 

  • Helping Hands

    Never miss a word
    with free amplified phone
    If you are a Florida resident with a hearing loss, there may be a way to make conversations easier. Amplified telephones are offered free through the nonprofit Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc program.
    Myrtle Hoffman from the Center for Independent Living will be at Palm Garden Medical Group in Trenton, on Friday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

  • Log Cabin Quilters

    Director, Quilt Museum
    The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, March 4, at the Levy County Quilt Museum.  What a great day we had with so much going on.  We had fabric and books that had been brought in which was shared with everyone.
    B. J. was back with her two granddaughters.  She is busy teaching them how to use fabric.   They are willing to learn.  She is a good teacher.

  • One-man committee drums up new volunteers for Haven Hospice

    Arnold Dittenber is a Haven Hospice ambassador, recruiter and one-man welcoming committee. Whether he’s out in the community drumming up new volunteers for Haven or greeting veterans at a Veterans Day breakfast, he makes everyone around him feel appreciated.
     A retired hardware store owner who moved to Florida from Michigan, this longtime Haven volunteer lost his wife Shirley Lanier after a 2-1/2 year battle with cancer.  She was his partner in life and in volunteering at Haven. She died the night before their 11th anniversary last year.

  • Hospital to sell bonds for construction

    The executive heading up the Tri-County Hospital in Chiefland said he is working with a brokerage firm to sell bonds to finance construction of the $70 million facility.
    Frank Schupp, project development executive with Ameris Health Systems Inc. of Nashville, Tenn., said his firm is working with Raymond James brokerage on issuance of bonds for the 60-bed hospital. "I just talked with them (Raymond James) and I'm updating data for a feasibility study that we did," he said.

  • Upload Your Suwannee Fair Photos Here

    Send your Suwannee River Fair photos by clicking on the "Submit News" button at the top of the page or by clicking on the link below and attaching a photo to the information. Be sure to tell us who is in the photo (including the animal or animals) and their hometown. Let us know what event they were in and their finish, if applicable. And be sure to tell us who took the photo so we can give them credit.

  • Driveway paving scams on upswing

    The Levy County Sheriff's Office says there is a rise in driveway paving scams in Levy County, according to a press release.

    These scams have been focusing on the elderly and people on a limited or fixed income. The persons come in and inform the victim that “we have a deal for you.” They tell the homeowner that they have “just enough asphalt left over from another job.”

  • Affordable Care Act good for small businesses


  • Letter To The Editor

     I agree with Elaine Padilla, (Letter To The Editor, Feb. 10)! As the song goes, “What a friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear! What a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer!”

  • OUR VIEW: No mulligan this time .... try voting again

     Chiefland Fire Chief James Harris’ name was on the tip of more than a few tongues last week after the news that after a year on the job his paycheck is growing by more than 20 percent.