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Today's News

  • Goodlett is March artist of the month

    The March Artist of the Month at the Cedar Keyhole Artist Co-op is Bob Goodlett.  

    Bob creates stunning Florida landscapes using oil paints. 

  • Businesses remain open while Dock Street closed

    Businesses located along Dock Street will remain open while the street is closed to repair hurricane damage beginning Monday, March 13. The Levy County Road Department estimates repairs to be completed within seven business days, however, the length of time could be longer or shorter.

     The road will be closed to motor vehicle traffic on each end of Dock Street.

  • Dock Street in Cedar Key to close

    Levy County Parks and Recreation reported a street closing in Cedar Key.

    Dock Street in Cedar Key will be closed Monday,  March 13 until further notice due to hurricane road repairs.  

  • Sharks drop district tournament opener to Dixie County

    The Cedar Key boys’ basketball team had its moments in the first half of its district tournament opener against Dixie County.

    The seventh-seeded Sharks reached double digits in each of the first two quarters behind a trio of 3s, and helped itself to an 11-6 run after digging into an 11-0 deficit to open the game.

    But the eventual district champion Bears ultimately had too much firepower against a young and developing CKS squad, as they thrived off defensive takeaways to post a 76-30 win in the district quarterfinal in Bell.

  • Dr. Francis "Jack" Putz, Dr. Jane Brockman to present lectures at CK Library

    Dr. Francis "Jack" Putz is scheduled to speak Thursday at 5 p.m. The topic of his lecture "Coastal Ecosystem Change in Florida.”

    Dr. Putz is a professor of conservation biology at the University of Florida. He was mentioned by environmental writer Heather Dewar in her talk in January. She talked about Dr. Putz's work near our coastline, specifically about the receding forests along the coastline near Yankeetown, as described in a short article available for reading at the library circulation desk.

  • Winners of the Wings Open Art Show Judging

    Feb. 4, was a big night for the local art community in Cedar Key as they came together to celebrate all the wonderful creations on display for the Wings Open Art Show.

    The big winner of the night the photograph titled: “Wing Preen,” by local nature photographer, Frank Morgan. The photo of a brilliant white Great Egret emerging out of near blackness is stunning. Frank was awarded first place for this photo. He also was awarded an Honorable Mention for another photograph of two “complaining” bluebirds.

  • Search continues off Cedar Key for missing plane, passengers

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) continue to search for a missing plane and two of its passengers south of Cedar Key after the body of the pilot, 65-year-old Jasper Jerrels, was found Tuesday.

    Jerrels, his fiancé Hue Singletary, and Jerrels' 17-year-old son were aboard a single-engine plane that left Brooksville Sunday morning headed for Cedar Key.

  • Artist of the month Virginia Stevenson dazzles with fabric

    The February Artist of the Month at the Cedar Keyhole is Virginia Stevenson. Virginia is a textile artist who specializes in colorful dyed and painted silk. She makes scarves, tunics, skirts and blouses from her dyed and painted silk.

    Additionally, Virginia makes both large and humongous banners of silk and her silk quilts are works of art.

  • Straight from the horse's mouth

    The Cedar Key Middle FFA Chapter is making a statement in the horse-judging world. For the second year in a row the middle school chapter placed in the top 10 in the state, tying for 9th place.

    This year’s contest had close to 40 competing teams, judging two classes
    of standard bred horses, one class of Morgan horses, a warm blood class and completing a 100 item skill-a-thon.

  • The magic behind the mural

    Last summer, Darlene & Bryon Skarupski, owners of The Market at Cedar Key, decided it was time to redo the historic Native Indian mural that had been welcoming visitors there for over 15 years.

    They hired Travis Parks, who had done a number of recent murals in Cedar Key, in addition to being one of the artists that painted the existing mural, and prep-work began.