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Today's News

  • Be a Celebration of the Arts patron

    Cedar Key’s 48th Annual Spring Fine Arts Festival is just two weeks away.  If you  plan to be here and enjoy browsing and shopping at the festival, why not consider becoming a Purchase Award Patron this year?

  • EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE IN CEDAR KEY

    Sunrise Service was held Easter morning, April 8, at the City of Cedar Key Beach. The service follwed Good Friday service as the cross was carried through the streets of Cedar Key by members of First Baptist Church of Cedar Key on its way to the beach.

  • Tides for Cedar Key starting with April 5, 2012.

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

    Th 5 High 1:28 AM 3.6 7:16 AM Set 6:08 AM 94
    5 Low 7:44 AM 0.2 7:53 PM Rise 6:58 PM
    5 High 1:38 PM 3.7
    5 Low 8:07 PM -0.3

    F 6 High 2:19 AM 3.7 7:15 AM Set 6:49 AM 98
    6 Low 8:23 AM 0.3 7:53 PM Rise 8:06 PM
    6 High 2:10 PM 3.9
    6 Low 8:52 PM -0.7

  • The fishin’ was there if you braved the conditions

    Hey everyone, hope everybody enjoyed the weekend. It was beautiful for everything except fishin’.
    If flying a kite was the plan last weekend, then you probly flew it till it fell apart.
    Most charter captains canceled their trips Saturday, but no, not us. We said anyone can catch fish when it’s pretty and perfect. So we headed inside the backcountry to stay clear of the kite flying weather.

  • A bird in the hand is worth...

  • CK Woman’s Club installs (kind of) new officers

    The Cedar Key Woman’s Club held its Installation Dinner on March 28 at the Seabreeze Restaurant in Cedar Key.
    The theme of the event was “recycling”, and true to that theme, the club’s new officers are those that served in the past.
    Officers installed include: Jane Moore, president; Debbie Franks, first vice-president (not present), Joan Selby, second vice-president; Teri Brennan, secretary; Cindy Leiner, treasurer (not present); Judy Duvall, parliamentarian; and Eileen Senecal, corresponding secretary.

  • Today in Levy County History: The Civilian Conservation Corps

    By Toni C. Collins
    Levy County Historian
    In March of 1933, as many as 15 million people - a quarter of the nation’s workers - had no job and no hope of finding one. Factories lay idle, storefronts vacant, fields plowed under. State governments, cities and towns had exhausted their meager relief funds.

  • Shark News for April 5

    Cedar Key FFA off to OH

    By Sarah Bartholemy
    Shark Correspondent
    Cedar Key is on its way to the Ornamental Horticulture CDE in Mayo, Florida. The teams have been preparing for three months and all of their hard work will be put to use. Lauren Bartholemy, Laia Gore, Sarah Bartholemy, Taryn Epperson, Mikayla Pope, Jemima Cahours, MacKenzie Kirkbride, Ashlyn Allen, Taylor Davison, Nathaneal Brinkman and Brooke Allen will all be competing today.

  • Editorial Toon for April 5
  • UF embarks on Levy sea level study

    Researchers at the University of Florida say they want community input from residents of Levy County on the threat of rising seas.
    Last month, according to UF Department of Urban and Regional Planning professor Dr. Kathryn Frank, UF began a two-year project aimed at helping the county cope with the inevitability of rising seas due to climate change.
    ‘We’re still in the information gathering process,” Frank said about the project, which is funded by a Florida Sea Grant.