.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • MoMS, other activities, kick off

    The Smithsonian Institution's highly anticipated Museums on Main Street (MoMS) is set to debut this weekend in Cedar Key.
    Hosted by The Cedar Key Historical Society, MoMS has been made possible by the Florida Humanities Council.
    The physical exhibit, which is titled, "The Way We Worked," explores how work became a central element in American culture by tracing the many changes that affected the workforce and work environments over the past 150 years.

  • Pirate invasion this weekend

    Celebrate the past with historical re-enactors this weekend in Cedar Key. See how pirates lived on land when ashore. Watch the epic battle that is certain to be played out on the shores of Cedar Key. Learn from some of the finest re-enactors on the East Coast.

  • CK oyster situation heading to Putnam

    When state Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam stops in Trenton for a campaign event on Wednesday, from 1 to 4 p.m., it won’t be just Gilchrist County agriculture on his agenda.
    Levy County Commissioner Chad Johnson, Putnam’s college roommate and fraternity brother, will be talking to his old pal about the need to get money for re-seeding the oyster population in the Suwannee River Basin, which includes Cedar Key and parts of Levy and Dixie counties.

  • Shark News

    Lady Sharks battle hard against Dixie County High

    By Emily Colson
    Shark Correspondent
    On Thursday, Aug. 28, the Lady Sharks volleyball varsity team played against Dixie County High School. Although DCHS left with the win (8-25, 7-25 and 10-25), the Lady Sharks went home prepared to work on their skills in order to become a more competitive team this season.

  • Early voting under way

    Supervisor of Elections Tammy Jones opened early voting on Monday for the Aug. 26 primary election at her office at 421 S. Court St., next to the county courthouse, in Bronson.
    Balloting hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Saturday, Aug. 23.
    All voters will be voting in the 8th Judicial Circuit judgeship for Group 12 where incumbent William E. Davis faces challenger William Falik.

  • Cedar Key gearing up for arrival of MoMS

    The Cedar Key Historical Society announced that it has been selected to host Museums on Main Street (MoMS), which will be taking place from September through October, 2014. Funded in part by the United States Congress, MoMS combines the talents of the Smithsonian Institution, the state humanities councils and local organizations to bring national and local heritage to small communities across the United States.

  • County calls out Chiefland on ALS

    The Levy County Commission – especially Commissioners John Meeks, Ryan Bell and Chad Johnson have a message for Chiefland about ALS non-transport: Next week’s election is not driving the decision to implement it.
    In fact, while attacking press reports that indicate otherwise, the commissioners want residents to know they are moving ahead with implementing the Advanced Life Support non-transport (ALS) not just for Chiefland, but for the whole county.

  • Funding begins for new CF campus

    The reception room of what will, in a few short years, be the old College of Central Florida Levy Center was packed Thursday evening in celebration of funding for a new campus.
    “Ten years, four veto pens, but we’re there,” was one of the comments made Thursday night by CF President James Henningsen.
    Money for the proposed CF Jack Wilkinson Levy Campus has been stalled for some time, but Gov. Rick Scott signed off on the funding a couple of months ago.

  • Party primaries on Tuesday

    It’s time to vote folks.
    The primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 26, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but voting has been underway for quite a while.
    Already 1,663 Levy County absentee ballots had been received by the Supervisor of Elections Office as of Tuesday afternoon and 442 people took advantage of early voting which started Aug 11 and continues daily through Saturday, Aug,. 23, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the Supervisor of Elections Office at 421 S. Court St. in Bronson, next to the county courthouse.

  • County, congressional candidates speak out at forum

    If anyone came expecting fireworks at the candidates forum hosted by VFW Post 5625 and the Chiefland Citizen, they were likely to come away disappointed. But hopefully they came away better informed.
    The event on Friday Aug. 1, at the VFW Post in south Chiefland, likely the only candidates forum being held before the Aug. 26 primary, drew about 30 people for the steak dinner beforehand, and candidates and their surrogates from the County Commission District 2 and District 4 races and the Congressional District 3 race.

    Attending from: