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Letters

  • WAG says goodbye

    To the Community of Williston and Levy County,

    It is with sad hearts that the Board of Directors of the Williston Animal Group (WAG) has accepted a letter of resignation from Claudia Parkhurst, vice president. Claudia and her husband Bill are two of the founding members of WAG. As Claudia stated in her letter, they have seen WAG progress from its meager beginnings of adopting out dogs in the Sparr parking lot to the full-fledged non-profit organization with kennel facilities here in Williston with many fun activities in between.

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  • Thank you for your support

    Dear friends and neighbors,

    I want to extend a sincere thank you from myself and my family to all of you for your prayers, flowers, cards and expressions of concern during my recent hospital stay. By the grace of God, I am at home and becoming stronger each day. Your good wishes remind me daily of the power of prayer and the value of loving and supportive family and friends.

  • Letters: Anger at city officials, Thank you for Easter event

    Mad about what was said

  • LETTERS: Thanks from seminar organizers

    We the sponsors of the Substance Abuse Seminar held last Saturday at Westside Church of Christ in Chiefland want to thank all of our visitors, guests and community leaders for helping to make this seminar a success. We want to say a special thanks to:

  • The low down on FCATs in Levy

    Hello Parents and Guardians:

  • Letters published February 6

    Community steps 

  • Thank you for the kindnesses

    I wish to thank everyone starting with the gentleman who went into the store to bring a scooter to my car when trying to grocery shop at Walmart on a recent Friday afternoon.  

  • Thanks from Fanning

    We wish to thank all of those who made our first annual Christmas Under the Stars celebration Dec. 7 at the Fort Fanning Historical Park a success.  Special thanks to the Fire Rescue of Fanning Springs for all the help with the decorations; Gina Cowsert for furnishing the wonderful holiday music; the City of Fanning Springsfor its support; and Mike Boyer and the Marine Patrol for their assistance with the boat show.

  • Thanks from the Friends

    The Friends of the Library Giant Book Sale was a huge success thanks to many, including Sue Ann Burkhardt and her husband and son, Mary Harper, Ralph Briggs, Lynn DiTullio, Carol Ward, Bryan Clark, Grace Anderson, Russ Wells, Barry Pickard and Spencer Pickard.  Special Thanks to the Mormon church for the lending of a dozen tables and the four missionaries.  All helped to set up bringing books out and then bringing books in after the sale. A job well done! Thank You!