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Today's News

  • Women golfers tee off season

    ‏On Sept. 17, the Chiefland Women's Golf Association began their playing season.

    The women played a 3-person scramble tournament followed by a luncheon and meeting.

    Since this was the first meeting of the year, it included getting organized for the year as far as duties and serving food during the upcoming Rye Grass Tournament on Oct. 9-12.

    The luncheon was a delicious chicken salad, broccoli salad, fruit and desserts provided by Arma Beauchamp, Fran Ice and Sue Ice.

    The results of the scramble were :

  • Lady Indians go toe-to-toe with Lady Red Devils

    By Max Yavel

    Contributing Writer

    The Lady Red Devils hosted their rivals, Chiefland, last week and gave them a great match as both team’s played extremely hard.

    Williston wasn’t able to come out on top in this one but the games were competitive and close the whole way. The Red Devils showed incredible resolve — fighting their way back time and time again.

  • Warriors edge Indians

    Anytime an opposing team schedules you on homecoming, the away team seeks to ruin that homecoming celebration. After the Chiefland Indians first offensive play Friday night, it looked like they would do just that against the West Nassau Warriors, as the Warriors watched junior running back Jarquez Williams sprint 53 yards to end zone to give the Indians an early 6-0 lead. However, behind a sold out crowd and a strong second half running game the 4A Warriors were able to slip past the Indians, 28-22. 

  • Indians JV shows mettle against Bell

    In what was a varsity-type atmosphere Thursday night, the Chiefland Indians JV football team held off an energized Bell Bulldogs’ team 32-26.

    There were numerous fans in attendance, as this was the first JV game in Chiefland since the Indians’ opener was rained out against rival Trenton.

  • Wild things in the classroom

    Nature Coast Middle School is now offering “Wild Things,” an exploration of our natural world and native creatures.

    This school year, the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge has partnered with Wild Things instructor John Lohde so tudents might have the right tools for wildlife observation, nature journaling and conservation study.

  • Chiefland veteran keynote speaker on 'The Peublo Incident'

    The U.S.S. Pueblo was masquerading as a scientific research vessel off the coast of North Korea when enemy forces determined the ship was of interest, sending  a small fleet of boats to corral its crew of 81 officers and enlisted men.
    That was 1968, and the enemy had good reason to be suspicious. The Pueblo was a U.S. Navy surveillance ship, loaded down with the most high-tech spy equipment of the day, as well as a good deal of intelligence.

  • Dean appears before commission on Duke metering

    Senator Charles Dean (R-Inverness) appeared last week before the Florida Public Service Commission’s special meeting to address the Duke Energy Meter Rerouting issue.  Dean had concerns over the issue.

    “This is a very important issue, one I have heard much about from my constituents, and I wanted to make sure to bring their concerns to the Public Service Commission,” Dean said.

  • Schuler re-elected Bronson mayor

    The Bronson Town Council wrapped up business for the 2013-14 fiscal year on Monday and set the tone for the coming year with the final approval of a budget for the year that started on Wednesday, a 4 percent pay increase for city employees and reelection of Franklin Schuler as mayor.

    The vote was 4-1 with Councilman Berlon Weeks dissenting. Weeks had made a nomination for Councilman Bruce Greenlee but it failed to receive a second after Council members Aaron Edmondson and Beatrice Roberts nominated and seconded, respectively, the nomination of Schuler.

  • Legislators should bring good nutrition, not pork, back to their districts

    By Steve Kurlander

    ContexTFlorida

    A recent “fluff” piece by political writer Anthony Man in the Sun Sentinel reported that Florida Congressman Ted Deutch has become a vegan. He says he’s lost “25 pounds” and that his “health has definitely improved as a result.”

    Citing his long day where he finds himself not eating many homemade meals and faced with caloric choices all day, Deutch said he has “come to really [enjoy] the vegetable side dishes at restaurants.”

  • Kudos to SVP's "Of Mice and Men"

    By Karen Sloat

    Correspondent

    The Suwannee Valley Players outdid themselves with an emotional adaptation of John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" this weekend at the Chief Theare.

    The story is of two migrant field hands, the average-looking yet smart George and the strong but mentally challenged Lennie who both find work on a California farm during The Great Depression.

    In addition to the strong lead role of George, played by the seasoned actor Terry Wines, three young actors stood out.