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Today's Features

  • By Melinda Myers
    Gardening expert, TV/radio host, author and columnist

    Get out the shovel and trowels – it’s time to start gardening for many.  Spend a bit more time getting your garden off to a good start and reap the benefits all season long.  Proper planting and post planting care means less maintenance, fewer pests and more produce and beautiful flowers in your landscape.

  • Mark your calendars - the Old Florida Celebration of the Arts committee has announced the 49th annual event to be held on April 13-14, 2013.

  • The following Cedar Key and Rosewood residents are serving in the military:
    Zack Anderson
    Daniel Bainbridge
    Frankie Beckham
    Chase Beckham
    Tyler Beckham                 
    Nina Bell                                         

  • Clamerica may be off to Washington, D.C. this year to carry the word about Cedar Key’s clams to the nation’s capitol on July Fourth, but things will not be dull in Cedar Key.
    The city is not sponsoring a fireworks show, but some residents will be putting on their own show and the morning will kick off with the annual Independence Day parade of vehicles and vessels.

  • You see their names all over Levy County, but do you know the faces of the many people who are running for political office?
    The Levy Association for Retarded Citizens has planned a showcase for the candidates to introduce themselves at an invitational softball challenge.
    The LARC softball team has invited all candidates running for political office to a face-off two-inning softball game. A second game will be played by two teams made up of political candidates picked at random to play against each other in a three-inning face off.

  • The Friends of the Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges will hold a group paddle and picnic in Cedar Key. All are welcome.
    Bring your own kayak or rent one in town. Bring a lunch and we will gather after the paddle at the Cedar Key Park to eat together.

  • The Friends of the Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges will hold a group paddle and picnic in Cedar Key. All are welcome.
    Bring your own kayak or rent one in town. Bring a lunch and we will gather after the paddle at the Cedar Key Park to eat together.

  • Ceder Key Lions and volunteers Paula Wescott, George Sresovich, Dick Wescott,  Lannie Cardona, Frank Molitor and Marve Franks. Not pictured are: Judy Duvall, Jennie Pinto, Teri and Rory Brennan  who collected 14 bags of trash alongside the newly renamed stretch of Highway 24  honoring fallen Cedar Key serviceman,  Marine Lance Cpl. Brian Rory Buesing.
     

  • The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge will host a Kids Photo Safari on Tuesday,  June 19, from 9-1 p.m. at Refuge headquarters for grades 3 – 9.  Digital cameras and nature journals are provided for the photographers to keep notes on what they see. Reserve your child’s camera now. Ten slots are available - and it’s all free.