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Today's News

  • Miller birth

    T.J. and Lynn Miller of Chiefland announce the birth of a daughter Olivia Lynn, born at 4:16 p.m. Oct. 11, 2007 at North Florida Hospital in Gainesville.

    The baby weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Paternal grandparents are Chris and Jennifer Williams of Old Town and Anthony Miller of Trenton.

    Paternal great-grandparents are Sharon Asbell of Old Town and Virginia Chauncey of Trenton.

    Maternal grandparents are David and Kay Kidd of Chiefland.

    Maternal great-grandmother is Lena Kidd of Chiefland.

  • Plans for Winter Festival gears up

    A call for completed registration forms is going out to any person or group interested in participating in the 2007 Christmas & Winter Festival, which is set for Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    Parade floats, marching bands and other parading participants, and entertainers at Trailhead Park must submit their registration forms to Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Janet Minor by Nov. 27.

    This year's theme is "A Season for Giving."

  • To beer or not to beer

    BRONSON –The Levy County Humane Society wants to bring country star Chris Cagle to Bronson early next year as part of a fund-raiser for a planned multi-purpose facility.

    While most folks at Monday night's Town Council meeting welcomed the idea with a big "yee haw," disagreement on details of the concert prevented the event to be set in stone.

    Michelle Hagan of the Humane Society unveiled plans of the concert to council members. She asked permission to hold a country fest headlined by Cagle at the Bronson Community Park on Saturday, Feb. 25.

  • Miss Poole, Mr. Carter to exchange vows

    Erwin Poole of Chiefland and Gladys Poole of Georgia announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Magen Poole to Cody Carter, son of Eugene Carter III and Lavonia Carter, both of Chiefland.

    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Arlene Poole and the late Ed Poole and also Bonnie Kirkland and the late George Kirkland.

    The future groom is the grandson of Irene Harden and the late Lloyd Harden and also Eugene and Dorothy Carter.

    The wedding will take place Saturday, Nov. 17 at four o?clock in the afternoon at the home of the future groom?s mother.

  • Bronson's Coach Brochetti throws in towel

    Bronson High School Athletic Director and Head Varsity Football Coach Greg Brochetti has resigned from the AD post effective Oct. 16, and as head football coach effective the end of the season.

    BHS teachers Phillip Knight and Judy Morrison have already been selected to assume the duties of co-athletic directors as of Oct. 16. The AD supplement for the co-ADs was initiated as of the same date.

  • Hard to believe it's almost over

    The end of the high school football season is almost upon us.

    Didn?t it just get started?

    My, did it ever go fast, but I guess it?s always that way when you don?t make the playoffs.

    Chiefland will play its final game of the season Friday night at Trenton.

    The Indians need a victory to finish at 5-5 ?which would be an important milestone for coach Ajay Ulmer in his first season.

  • Nall indicted

    ENTERPRISE, ALA. - Former Chiefland High School football coach Guy Bubba Nall, 39, was indicted on eight counts of incest on Oct. 23, according to Dwight Holley, chief investigator for the District Attorney's Office in Enterprise, Ala.

    The suspected sex offender is scheduled for arraignment on the Alabama charges between Nov. 26 and 28, and he will be scheduled for trial at that time. Holley anticipates trial to be in early 2008.

    The crime of incest in Alabama carries a sentence of between one and 10 years, Holley said.

  • Thieves, drug abusers and sex offenders join list of convicted felons

    BRONSON - The list of convicted felons in Levy County from court cases ruled on during circuit court in October shows thieves, drug abusers and sex offenders joining the ranks.

    Following are the convicted felons from circuit court in Levy County in October:

    * Lelton Barron, 22, of Inglis, seven counts of burglary.

    * Irwin Bass, 50, of Steinhatchee, possession of cocaine.

    * Katrina Ann Boudreau, 24, of Hollywood, fraud,

    * Leslie Braswell, 34, of Chiefland, fourth or subsequent conviction for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI).

  • Sheriff's Reports

    There were four more people arrested by the Levy County Drug Task Force recently. This group of suspected drug law violators resulted from undercover drug buys in the Bronson area.

    These suspects include a minor. Any minor charged with a felony can have his or her name published. Following are the most recent arrests:

    * Lauren Nuse, 17, of Williston was arrested Nov. 1 for possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with the intent to sell, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Police arrest woman suspected of drug possession

    A 32-year-old Chiefland woman was arrested Oct. 29 after Chiefland Police Officer Calvin Hardge discovered drugs in a car, according to records.

    Melissa Hamil was in a car driven by Shanda Lamb-Makatura, 31, of Old Town when Hardge saw it leave "a known drug area," in the 200 block of Southwest Fourth Avenue.

    The driver made turns without signaling and she turned in an opposite direction from the way she signaled. Hardge pulled over the driver, whose license was not valid, the officer noted in his report.