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Today's News

  • Community calendar (week of 5-15-2014)

     Month of May

     

    Artist of the Month

    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for May is Carol Seidman.

  • Pen pals meet up in Cedar Key for Friendship Day

    By ASHLEY THORNTON
    Special to the Beacon

    After nearly a full school year of writing back and forth, first and second grade students from Cedar Key and Chiefland Elementary School finally got to meet up.
    Friendship Day was a culminating event for these students, according to CKS second grade teacher Rebecca Lloyd. Her class writes to Patty Shewey’s 2nd grade class in Chiefland.

  • All bark and no bite

    By LOU ELLIOTT JONES
    editor@cedarkeybeacon.com

    Kay Gaither just winces every time she hears a parent telling their child that her husband’s service dog, Honey, is going to bite.
    “They say watch out, he’s going to bite you. He’s going to attack,” Gaither told the Greater Chiefland Chamber of Commerce at the group’s April 25 meeting.

  • Community Calendar (week of 5-8-14)

    Month of May

    Artist of the Month
    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for May is Carol Seidman.

  • Shark news

    Blood Drive back at CKS

    By Robert Kint
    Shark Correspondent
    Friday, May 9, the bloodmobile will be back at CKS! Students must be 16 years old with a signed permission form to donate. The bloodmobile will be here from 9 a.m. to noon. Giving blood is the best way to help save lives, so come on down and donate.

    SGA clean-up

    By Robert Kint
    Shark Correspondent

  • Cedar Key Woman’s Club elects new officers

    On March 26, the Cedar Key Woman’s Club hosted a much attended installation dinner at the Steamer’s Restaurant in Cedar Key.  Out with the “old” and in with the “new,” as they say and, the officers being installed will serve the ladies’ club from March 31, 2014 until March 31, 2016.  The previous officers were very hard to replace and the club has grown to 47 members in the past four years.

  • New training required for shellfish harvesters

    A series of workshops is being provided by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), University of Florida  IFAS and Florida Sea Grant to assist the molluscan shellfish industry in Florida attain the harvester education training required for certification, recertification or licensing.
     As of January, the federal government modified the National Sanitation Shellfish Program’s (NSSP) Model Ordinance to include new food safety training requirements.

  • Fire department gets by with a little help

    By Carolyn Ten Broeck
    editor@willistonpioneer.com

    Williston Fire Department has again stepped up to the plate to help a neighbor out.
    Last Tuesday night, under the terms of a one-year interlocal agreement whenever Cedar Key is lacking someone to cover its fire station, Williston Fire Department will help fill the void.
    Williston Fire Chief Lamar Stegall told the city council that like neighboring Bronson, Cedar Key also needs some support and he has the manpower to help.

  • Communuty Calendar (week of 5-1-2014)

    Month of May

    Artist of the Month
    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for May is Carol Seidman.

  • DENIED: County turns down atheists monument request, again

    The Williston Atheists request to place a monument on a county courthouse forum that is home to a Ten Commandments monument was unanimously denied a second time by the Levy County Commission citing deficiencies in the group's amended application.
    But this is not the end of the matter.