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Today's Sports

  • Chiefland Rotary goes fishing...

    It's time for the Chiefland Rotary Club Fishing Tournament and Calcutta party and the club has made big changes to this year's event. Hopes are high that anglers will turn out this year and fatten the prize pot that could go up to $7,500 — provided 100 boats and crews enter. 

  • Chiefland Rotary goes fishing...

    It's time for the Chiefland Rotary Club Fishing Tournament and Calcutta party and the club has made big changes to this year's event. Hopes are high that anglers will turn out this year and fatten the prize pot that could go up to $7,500 — provided 100 boats and crews enter. 

  • Sports briefs for the week of...

    Basketball banquet tonight

  • Breaking Barriers and Building...

    Breaking Barriers and Building Lives, with Mike Hagen's Strength Team, will take place May 2,3 and 4 at the Suwannee River Fairgrounds from 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Biggest Wild Hog Yet

    The 37th annual Wild Hog Canoe and Kayak Race grew by leaps and bounds this year with 103 participants compared to last year’s 72 and 49 in 2012.

  • Biggest Wild Hog Yet

    The 37th annual Wild Hog Canoe and Kayak Race grew by leaps and bounds this year with 103 participants compared to last year’s 72 and 49 in 2012.

  • New test could ID tick disease

    University of Florida veterinary researchers say a simple DNA-based test could help identify strains of a debilitating tickborne disease that infects an increasing number of people.

  • 5 Lady Indians run in state meet

    Five members of the Chiefland Lady Indian track tram articipated in the Florida High Shool Athletic Association state finals on Friday.

    They qualified for the state finals after competing against 30 schools in the 2A Region 2 Track and Field Meet held in Orlando on April 16. The top four finishers of each race or event advanced to the FHSAA State Finals. 

  • FFA Alumni weekend rodeo starts...

    Local cowboys and cowgirls will be joining the Flying “G” Rodeo Company on Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m. to put on a show at Brookins Arena at Lotoma Ranch to raise money for the Chiefland FFA Alumni Chapter. 

  • Lady Indians head to state...

    UPDATE: The Chiefland Lady Indians won the regional final 3-2 against Dixie County's Lady Bears and are headed to the state finals.

    The win is a sweet one for the Chiefland team after losing to the Lady Bears three times during the season. For the Dixie team, itbroke their 21-game winning streak this year.

    The state semifinals are scheduled for Friday, May 9, in Vero Beach. 

    More details on Saturday.  

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