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Today's News

  • Gigantic rummage sale through Tri-County Area Saturday

    Goods to be offered along roads from Cedar Key to Bell
    Imagine it, one long continuous rummage sale on roads from Cedar Key to Chiefland, Fanning Springs, Trenton and Bell.
    That's a lot of shopping for new and used goods.
    Three Chambers of Commerce in the Tri-County Area are teaming up to hold the 1st annual River Rummage Sale, a continuous rummage sale that runs along the roadways from Cedar Key through Chiefland, Fanning Springs, Trenton and ending at the EMS station in Bell on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Levy DPS says thanks
  • Klocksien opens November art show

    Peter Klocksien lives and works in Cedar Key.
    Klocksien will be sharing a part of his collection at Cedar Key Arts Center, 457 Second Street in Cedar Key, beginning Nov. 8, with an opening from 5-7 p.m.
    Klocksien has long been influential in the local art scene, having exhibited at the Island Arts Gallery and is currently past-President of the Cedar Key Arts Center. He has collected local art and artifacts for a number of years and operates a website "pklocksien1200" from 2011 - 2014. This website has a collection of native american artifacts.

  • Community Calendar (week of 11-6-2014)

    Month of November

    Free hearing aids available
    Free hearing aids are available to those in need in Cedar Key, Sumner and Rosewood, sponsored by the Cedar Key Lions.
    Applications available at the Cedar Key Library.

    Artist of the Month

  • County to take bids on legal notices

    For the first time, Levy County will put its legal notice business – including the annual delinquent tax rolls – up for bid in an effort to save taxpayer money and put an end to the contentious discussions that have accompanied it.

  • Caretaker charged in manslaughter

    It was just a simple report by the caretaker of a 96-year-old woman who claimed she died of natural causes.
    But Helen Bishop’s story was not yet finished.
    And it was left for a funeral director, the 8th Circuit Medical Examiner, the Levy County’s Sheriff’s investigators and the 8th Circuit State Attorney’s Office to write the final chapters.

  • Levy County stays red

    There may not be a lever on the electronic voting machines to pull to vote a “straight” party ticket, but that did not deter Levy County voters as they cast votes for Republican candidates in every office on the ballot in Tuesday's general election.

  • Health programs at CK Library

    The Cedar Key Public Library will host four special "Healthy Cedar Key" days this month, beginning this today, Nov. 5. Representatives of various health and social services agencies will be present to give information, answer questions and help with applications. Anyone with concerns in any of these areas is encouraged to come for information and one-on-one conversation. The following is a brief look at those who will attend, realizing that some schedules may change and others may be present, as well.

  • The Great Suwannee River Cleanup — the last 20 miles

    The Great Suwannee River Clean-up, initiated and coordinated by Current Problems Executive Director Fritzi Olson, is nearing the end of the historic river and the final 2014 clean-up.  The last 20 miles will be tackled by the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, the Friends of the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuges and all the volunteers they can muster.

  • Community Calendar (week of 10-30-14)

    Month of October

    Free hearing aids available
    Free hearing aids are available to those in need in Cedar Key, Sumner and Rosewood, sponsored by the Cedar Key Lions.
    Applications available at the Cedar Key Library.

    Friday

    Grants available to local high schools