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Today's News

  • Cedar Key Sharks dominate at track and field districts

    Last Wednesday the Cedar Key Sharks Track and Field team traveled to Oak Hall School to participate in the FHSAA Track and Field District Finals. The results are as follows:

    Varsity Girls:

    1st Place, Shot-put: Ashlyn Allen

    1st Place, Adaptive Shot-put: Annie McCain

    1st Place, Adaptive Wheel Chair 200 Dash: Annie McCain

    1st Place, Adaptive Wheel Chair 800 Dash: Annie McCain

    2nd Place, Pole Vault: Amanda Robinson

    3rd Place, 100 High Hurdles: Sarah Bartholemy

    3rd Place, Pole Vault: Jadyn Beckham

  • McDaniels named Volunteer of the Year

    April is Volunteer Appreciation Month for federal land management agencies across the nation. Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge want to draw attention to the inspiring citizens who “give back” out of the goodness of their hearts.

  • Cedar Key FFA headed to finals
  • Survivor: How one bank weathered the Cedar Key storms

    The survival of the Cedar Key State Bank, now a branch of Drummond Community Bank, has been threatened many times throughout its 103 year history.

    That history and the survival of the bank was the subject of an “off the cuff” discussion by Dr. Johnny Andrews and Luther Drummond, CEO and Chairman of Drummond Community Bank, last Thursday at the Cedar Key Historical Society's last morning coffee meeting of the year.

  • CRA may renegotiate debt

    The Cedar Key Community Redevelopment Agency is going to be able to make its April payment in full on its debt to Sun Trust, but it will not be able to make its October payment in full, so it is looking at possibly renegotiating the bonds held by the bank.

    Discussion of the payments and the possible renegotiation came during the CRA board meeting on Tuesday, April 7. The Cedar Key City Commission sits as the CRA board although it is an agency separate from Cedar Key government.

  • Jackson Kayak’s Kayak Fishing Show

    Friday, April 10, 2015 - Heliconia, a leader in outdoors TV and WebTV production and distribution, is pleased to announce the launch of Season 6 of Jackson Kayak’s Kayak Fishing Show. The first episode in the thirteen episode series airs Sunday, April 12 at 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. EST* on WFN.

  • Nelson demands respect for flag

    City Commissioner Royce Nelson said it is disrespectful that the American flags flown in the city at night are not lighted.

    He said he had a former public official from Oregon visiting recently and during a drive around town “he brought to my attention our failure to observe the etiquette of displaying the United States flag."

    He said the flags at city hall and the City Marina kiosk were not lighted, while the flags at City Park and the fire house are lighted.

  • Benefit dinner on April 29

    A benefit dinner on Wednesday, April 29, beginning at 5 p.m. is being organized on behalf of Patti Morgan.

    Morgan is a hard-working mom, but she hasn't been able to work for some time due to her ill health. She faces a long recuperation and possible further medical treatment. Organizers are trying to raise funds to help her with household expenses and provide for her special care needs.

    The dinner will be at the Big Deck Raw Bar on Dock Street in Cedar Key. The menu includes smoked chicken, coleslaw, baked beans, potato salad, dessert and tea.

  • Talks under way with Waste Pro

    The City of Cedar Key has opened discussions with Waste Pro on its upcoming contract renewal and Mayor Dale Register said it began on a positive note.

    Register made the announcement at the Tuesday, April 7, meeting of the Cedar Key City Commission.

    He said the meeting with the garbage and recycling hauler, also included resident Tom Deverin. He said the meeting was productive and Waste Pro will be back in a month with a document.

  • Quint Mitchell returns in 'Hurricane Island'

    Mystery author Parker Francis targets Florida’s Gulf Coast in his latest mystery/thriller, Hurricane Island. Francis sends his private investigator to the fishing village of Cedar Key in the third installment of the Quint Mitchell Mystery series, where a relaxing visit with an old friend turns deadly.