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Today's News

  • Thankful for support

    The Board of Directors, staff, and clients of the Levy Association for Retarded Citizens wish to thank the community and Chiefland Citizen for their support of the LARC Thrift Store Clean Sweep Sale.
    LARC is so blessed to be located in an area where the people care and support the events we sponsor.  Thank you each and every one.
    Betty S. Walker
    Executive Director

     

  • Church News for the week of April 12

    Bronson UMC hosts movie night
       Bronson United Methodist Church invites you to our Movie Night on Saturday, April 14, at 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Popcorn and drinks will be provided. There is no charge for this event. Please come and enjoy the evening out. 

  • Want some fries with that shake?

    By GARY MILLER

    OUTDOOR TRUTHS

  • A new birth in Christ

  • Tips to reach 100 by creating your own Blue Zone 

  • Tips for turkey

           Whether you oversee a large tract of land or own a smaller parcel, there are many wildlife management techniques you can use to help attract wild turkeys to your property.

  • Clint's for Certain

    The Sprint Cup season is only five races old, but Clint Bowyer has gone a long way toward eliminating the uncertainty that clouded his career during the off-season.

    Bowyer, 32, made his name at Richard Childress Racing, where he won five races since joining the Cup ranks full-time in 2006. Twice he won at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, in 2007 and 2010, and at Talladega Superspeedway, in 2010 and 2011. He also won at Richmond, in 2008.

  • Volunteer firefighter charged with arson

    Just as the state was getting ready to kick off Wildfire Awareness Week, a Levy County volunteer firefighter was arrested on arson charges.
    Michael Joseph Chenier, 24, of Morriston, and a member of the Morriston-Montbrook Volunteer Fire Department was arrested at about 1 a.m. on Saturday, April 7, and charged with arson in attempting to start two fires in the area of State Road 121 and County Road 337. His bond is $20,000.

  • City recycling program kaput

    Chiefland commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to end the city's recycling program after reviewing the results of a city-wide survey that shows residents unwilling to pay for the service.
    "Based on the response of the customers, I would say we should not do this," Mayor Teal Pomeroy said.

  • Synthetic drugs disappear from Chiefland shelves

    No more Mr. Nice Guy, Scooby Snax, Mad Hatter, Cloud 9 or Kool Beanz are to be found in Chiefland.
    The city Police Department went on a roundup on April 2 cleaning hundreds of packets, envelopes and containers of products labeled bath salts, incense, spice, K2 and synthetic cannabis from convenience stores shelves or requiring sellers to return the products to wholesalers.