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Today's News

  • CK dolphins noted for feeding behavior

    Researchers from the University of Massachusetts say there’s something special about Cedar Key dolphins.
    “They have unique feeding behaviors not seen anywhere else in the world,” said PhD candidate Stefanie Gazda in a phone interview Friday.
    Gazda heads up the Cedar Key Dolphin Project, a program that operates in the area for a few short weeks each year aimed at a better understanding the creatures and the environment they live in.

  • Cedar Key School’s Class of 2012

    Front row, from left: Jessi Robinson, Claire Brown, Courtney Daniel, Miranda Fanelli, Caroline George, Jenny Bierman and Miranda Haire. Back row, from left: Stephen Bainbridge, Gary Spain-McIntyre, Brandon Register and Steven Smith. More scenes from Cedar Key’s graduation can be found on Pages 8 & 9.

  • Tides for Cedar Key starting with June 1

    Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
    /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible

    F 1 High 12:09 AM 3.2 6:33 AM Set 3:56 AM 81
    1 Low 5:41 AM 1.4 8:27 PM Rise 5:36 PM
    1 High 11:33 AM 4.1
    1 Low 6:44 PM -0.3

    Sa 2 High 1:14 AM 3.4 6:33 AM Set 4:44 AM 90
    2 Low 6:36 AM 1.5 8:27 PM Rise 6:45 PM
    2 High 12:20 PM 4.3
    2 Low 7:37 PM -0.6

  • Crowds come out for Memorial Day - and fishin’

    Hope everyone’s Memorial Day was a safe success. The town was full. It seemed like just a step or two under a festival. The water ways, the streets and the sidewalks were busy.
    Me and Capt. Nick stayed in town to cut back on pulling the boat all around. We had double booked both days. We also had a friend/ client’s family in town for his 60th birthday. And his exact words were, “ Cedar Key and fishing with Capt. Danny is my favorite thing to do”.

  • Cedar Key and community praised in hurricane exercise

    At 55 miles per hour, the wind is strong enough to tear down power lines, tree branches and material from homes and businesses. The debris is blocking access along key roads into the city. Homes have flooded. Power and utilities are out. People are taking shelter in schools. Looters have hit several homes, and emergency workers— police, fire and EMS—even if they could get inside the city, are not allowed to be out in such high winds.
    This was the scenario presented at the Cedar Key Community Center May 24 as part of a hurricane tabletop exercise.

  • Shark News for May 31

    Farewell banquet brings
    fond memories

    By Sarah Bartholemy
    Shark Correspondent
    “The Junior/Senior Banquet went out with a bang!” said Junior Class Vice President, Chloe Reynolds. The event took place at Cedar Key’s very own Island Room, beginning with a house salad followed by the main course of shrimp scampi, pork or chicken and vegetables.

  • Popular summer program returns as libraries go 'round the world

    Join area libraries for Fairy Tales and Bedtime stories from all around the world. We will listen to international University of Florida students, make crafts, play games, listen to music and enjoy snacks.
    Come to one event or all of them. Large groups welcome, but please notify us in advance.
    All events begin at 10 a.m.

    Williston Public Library - Mondays
    June 18 - China
    June 25 - Greece
    July 9 - Pakistan
    July 16 - Italy
    July 23 - TBA
    July 30- USA Butterfly Tales

  • Little known Levy County hurricanes

    Of all the recorded hurricanes to hit the United States since 1851, 36-percent of them have made landfall in Florida. However, the state did have 18 hurricane seasons pass without a known storm impacting the state.
    Although hurricane season officially opens on June 1 of each year, the month of highest activity has historically been September, followed by October and then August. Weather officials began using female names to identify hurricanes in 1953 and followed with males names in 1979. The Saffir-Simpson scale for measuring hurricane strength was created in 1975.

  • Time to get ready: 2012 National Hurricane Preparedness Week

    By Major P. May

    Region IV Administrator

  • Ryan is artist of the month

    Corrine Ryan has been carving, shaping, chiseling and punching leather for over 20 years. Her works range from three dimensional portraits to earrings and pet leashes. Her commissioned pieces include personal portraits as well as horse and pet scenes. Many of her cherished works are held in collectors’ galleries that have been added to over the years.
    Corrine will have her latest creations on display at the Cedar Keyhole throughout the month of June.
    Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.