• Toni C. Collins, Levy County historian, will present her reenactment of Catherine Dorgan Hobday, assistant lighthouse keeper of the Cedar Key Lighthouse on Seahorse Key during the 1870’s. The presentation will take place at 2 p.m., Monday, Jan. 20, at the A.F. Knotts Public Library, 11 56th Street, Yankeetown.

  • The American Cancer Society invites those inspiring individuals in the tri counties who have won the fight against cancer to join a survivor celebration at Relay For Life at 6 p.m., May 2.

  • Today


    Transportation for the 

    disadvantaged board to meet

    The Levy County Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board announces its annual public hearing and regular quarterly LCB meeting to be held Jan. 16 at 10 a.m., and will be immediately followed by the quarterly LCB meeting. The hearing and meeting will be held at the Levy County Courthouse in the County Commissioners’ Board Room.

  • The Chiefland Police Department recently donated and wrapped gifts for 40 boys and girls and expressed making next year's donation even bigger.

    From Left, Sgt. Macy, CES Principal Angel Thomas, Chief Robert Douglas, and Lt. Jay Bolton.

  • Get in Touch With Your Faith


  • Today

  • Five-year-old Chelby Yarghn and her 9-year-old brother Austin, of Old Town, block the rain with cool umbrellas as they head into Walmart with their family the afternoon of Friday, Jan. 3.

    The weather forecast for Thursday, Jan. 9, also calls for rain, with the temperature reaching 70 and a bit warmer and drier on Friday. 


    For many of us, the beginning of a new year always brings resolve to do something new or different. Whether it is eating healthier, getting more exercise, quitting the use of tobacco, the new year brings opportunities to start anew. 

  • Monday

  •  Ted Parada, in front, and other members of the Tri-County Cruisers show off their cars Dec. 20 in the Taco Bell parking lot in Chiefland.

    Bob Bair (not pictured), on behalf of the Tri-County Cruisers club, said the group hopes to make some changes to become more prominent in the community in 2014. These changes will include efforts to help the needy and assist local food banks.

  • Walk To Bethlehem

  • Through December 30

  • Christmas showed up a little early for one Chiefland resident this year, and it's likely Santa's sleigh won't come crashing through any weak spots in her roof.

  • Those searching for a meaningful holiday gift should consider choosing one that helps protect Florida’s manatees and sea turtles.

  •  Local artists have contributed items to a show and sale at Cedar Key Arts Center.

    The affordable items will be for sale until December 31. This is a great chance to support your local artists, save money, and get a truly unique item for gift giving.

  • The final showings of "Peter Pan" at the Chief Theatre run Dec. 13-15. All performances begin at 8 p.m. Friday through Saturday, and Sunday matinees will begin at 2:30 p.m.

    Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $8 for senior-youth (through 12th grade)-military. Tickets may be purchased in advance from Suwannee Valley Internet in Chiefland and at Point of View in Fanning Springs.

    Seating may also be reserved through Becky Gill, who can be reached at 352-443-9096.

  • Through December 30

  • Bronson UMC yard sale

  • The Relay For Life kickoff meeting was Nov. 19, at The Fanning  Springs  Community  Building.  The event had a great turnout of participants eager to start the fundraising process for the fight against cancer.