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Today's Sports

  • Fair president gives updates on...

    A last-minute change in work crews ended up expediting the construction of the new Suwanee River Fair Grounds.  
    Local prison crews helped clean out all valuables at the existing facilities early last week. That left no need for the Saturday morning work day for area volunteers called by the Fair board.
    “We appreciate people coming out because they would be here if we needed them,” said Fair president Loran Brookins. “We’d rather have the prisoners do it,”

  • Let the Good Times Roll

  • Indians throttle Blue Wave 48-0

    Continuing the momentum from a physical win in the season opener, the Chiefland High School varsity football team manhandled P.K. Yonge in a 48-0 home win Friday night. 

    Chiefland (2-0) accounted for 470 total yards of offense while allowing 29 yards to P.K. Yonge (0-2). Chiefland scored on all but one possession. 

  • STREAK SNAPPED- Chiefland...

    The Chiefland High School football team won at Lecanto 20-3 Friday night. The win snaps a 23-game losing streak for the program. 

  • Chiefland beats Victory...

    A late touchdown pass from Josh Smith to James Corbin provided the decisive score in Chiefland's exciting 41-27 win over Victory Christian Friday night at Wayne Pridgeon Stadium in Chiefland. 

  • CAAA Turkey Shoot on Saturday

     The Chiefland Area Athletic Association will host a turkey shoot from 9 a.m. till 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18, at Strickland Park in Chiefland. The family event will offer prizes, food, drink and T-shirts. The Deer Camp Expo will also be on-hand, offering bow adjustments, bow supplies, bow maintenance and helpful tips and pointers. The event supports the CAAA.  

  • Register for annual river cleanup

    Volunteers can register for the Great Suwannee River Cleanup, choosing a section on either the Santa Fe or the Suwannee this year.

       Current Problems, Inc., which organizes the cleanup, is hoping for another great turnout for this important event.  

  • Public meeting on Bronson youth...

    STATUS OF YOUTH SPORTS IN THE BRONSON AREA

     The newly formed Bronson Parks & Recreation Department is having an organizational,  coach and volunteer meeting Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 6 p.m. at the Dogan S. Cobb Municipal Building 660 E. Hathaway Ave, Bronson. 

  • A to Z with Isaac Smith

    Athlete you most admire: Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls
    Best Memory: Probably this whole basketball season. It was the furtherest I’ve ever gotten with a team. I also enjoyed playing with teamates and friends (and fellow class of 2012 graduates) Kyle Shultz and Hermie McClendon
    Can’t get enough of: Playing basketball
    Dream Day: I would win the lottery in the morning then buy my mom a house and a car. Then I would use money to build a community center where everyone could come together and work out or play sports

  • Group Kayak and Picnic Event

    The Friends of the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges will hold a Group Paddle and Picnic in the Town of Suwannee. Join us for an easy (beginners welcome), short (3.8 miles, 2 hours), fresh water paddle on Lock Creek, through riverine swamp along the Suwannee River.