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Today's News

  • CK historians present unique program

    Hannah Healey and Dr. John Andrews will be the featured presenters in March and April at the Cedar Key Historical Society Coffee. Both programs start at 10 a.m. in the Community Center.

  • Workout on Waterfront 'Repurpose It Regatta' is a first for Cedar Key

    Sailors with a knack for building their own seaworthy vessels will join in the fun March 18 in Cedar Key for the first “Workout on the Waterfront Repurpose-It-Regatta.”

  • New sculpture at the Cedar Key Arts Center

    Thanks to the generosity of longtime residents Earl and Dorothy Starnes the stairs to the new addition are now adorned with an inspiring sculpture depicting sea gulls in flight. This graceful 8-by-4 foot bronze sculpture was created by Rolf Carl Nyberg and purchased in the 1960s by the Starnes. 

  • Commissioners approve change order to Marina Improvements Project

    By Jennifer Davis

    Citizen Correspondent

    Cedar Key city commissioners approved a change order to the Marina Improvements Project during its Feb. 7 meeting.

    Commissioners approved a change order request by Gray Construction Services Inc., regarding the contract for the Marina Improvements Project. The change increased the cost from $222,550 to $235,669, a difference of $13,119.

  • Get in touch with science, history at Seahorse Key open house

    By SAMANTHA GRENROCK

    CEDAR KEY — Visitors of all ages will get up close and personal with local history and wildlife at the next Seahorse Key open house, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m on Feb. 25.

    A pop-up aquarium of ‘touch tanks’ will let families interact with living marine animals and reptiles collected from the Cedar Key area. Past aquariums have included seahorses, puffer fish and terrapin turtles.

  • Schools Foundation Gala celebrates making a difference

    The theme of this year’s STARS Gala fundraiser presented by the Levy County Schools Foundation was summed up in a short parable about a boy tossing starfish back in the water along a beach.

    The point of the story is the boy’s determination to make a difference in each starfish’s life he saves, rather than succumbing to the feeling of futility in trying to save the thousands of starfish littered along the beach.

  • Cedar Key Open coming to Chiefland Golf and Country Club Wednesday

    The second Cedar Key Open Golf Tournament will be held March 8 at the Chiefland Golf and Country Club.

    The tournament will be a four-person scramble with registration at 11:30 a.m., and a shotgun start at 1:00 PM.

    A bag lunch will be provided by The Big Deck Raw Bar, of Cedar Key.

    Prizes donated by local businesses and community members, and a low country boil, compliments of Ricky Cook and The Big Deck, will immediately follow the tournament at the Big Deck Raw Bar on Dock Street in Cedar Key. Music will be provided by Matt Sky and the Virginian.

  • Missing plane recovered

    A missing single-engine plane en route to Cedar Key from Brooksville on Feb. 12 was recovered Sunday afternoon, a week after it went missing, approximately seven miles south of Cedar Key.

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office, private boating service Sea Tow, and Florida Air Recovery, LLC were searching the waters Sunday during the discovery, near where the body of the pilot, Jasper Jerrels, 65, was found Tuesday.

  • Third Annual Spring into Springs coming in March

    Manatee and Fanning Springs State Parks will be holding the Third Annual “Spring into the Springs” event Saturday, March 11.

    “Spring into the Springs” is a day to learn about two of Florida’s first magnitude springs. There will be interpretive wagon rides of the North Trail, a prescribed fire program, a springs question and answer program, a springs walk ‘n’ talk, and booths by organizations involved in springs protection. Visitors will leave with a greater understanding of the delicate balance of a North Florida Springs System.

  • Cedar Key Publc Library lecture series

    There will be several short closures of the building between now and the end of our "season," due to construction aspects of the rebuilding process and for our scheduled inventory. These closures will be announced as soon as definite dates are established. We have no phone service into the library at present, but we're working on getting this fixed. Please feel free to email me if you have questions or concerns. All library programs are free and open to the public.

    Cedar Key Public Library Winter lecture series 2017