Today's News

  • Shark News

    October Shark Events - By Stephen Bainbridge

  • Vintage cars stop traffic in Cedar Key

    The collective hearts of many men and a couple women in Cedar Key went pitter-pat on Friday when they realized that the Marina parking lot behind the fire house was full of about 50 pristine, restored vintage cars.

  • Empty bowls will soon help fill tummies

    The Summer Arts Program at the Cedar Key Arts Center and Cedar Key Pottery have joined together in an effort to raise money for local Levy County residents. The food pantry in Cedar Key will be the beneficiary of the fundraiser.  

  • Why kids can drive golf carts in CK

    C. C. of Cedar Key writes: “I wrote to you last month about being able to drive my golf cart around the city of Cedar Key without a driver’s license even though my license was suspended, and you told me I couldn’t because it was a motor vehicle and I had to have a valid driver’s license. If that’s true, why do I see kids who don’t have licenses driving golf carts all over the place? If they can do it, why can’t I?”

    Dear C. C.,

  • FWC asks fishermen to report giant tiger prawn catch

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is asking fishermen to be on the lookout for nonnative giant tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon) after a recent sighting in East Bay near Panama City.

  • Tide Charts Oct. 6-13, 2011

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

  • Ongoing Events In Cedar Key

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    - Keep It Simple, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7:30 p.m., Christ Episcopal Church, SR 24 and 5th Street (open/no smoking)

    - Cedar Key Step Meeting, Mondays, 7 p.m., Cedar Key Library, upstairs meeting room (open/no smoking)

    Chamber of Commerce Meeting

    Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meets monthly on the third Thursday at 8:30 a.m. All Chamber members and those interested in becoming members are encouraged to attend. Please call 543-5600 to confirm the location.

  • October's Artist of the Month

    The Cedar Keyhole announces Robert Goodlett, as the artist of the month for October. 

    Robert Goodlett, a native Floridian from Miami, began painting as a child and was inspired by the natural beauty in the area, including the Everglades, Atlantic beaches and exotic sunsets.

  • About the drones

        They operate much like radio-controlled airplanes, with a human sending a signal to guide these sophisticated unmanned aerial vehicles. 

  • Saw palmetto berries - Levy County's new cash crop?

    You may have noticed orange berries on your saw palmettos that are turning black, and in some cases drying up. What on earth could they be used for?