Today's News

  • Prove Cedar Key has BEST fishing in America

    Ask any Florida angler the best place to fish and most will tell you about their favorite spot (hint: It's Cedar Key) right here in the Sunshine State; the fishing capital of the world (It's Cedar Key).
    World Fishing Network, a 24-hour fishing lifestyle network, is asking anglers in the U.S. and Canada to select WFN's Ultimate Fishing Town 2012. The network is running separate contests in Canada and the United States. Florida has dozen of towns nominated from coast to coast (But they're not Cedar Key!).

  • County recycling back in business

    The Levy County recycling program is back in business and trailers are being distributed around the county this morning.

    The county received its first work crew from Lowell Correctional Institute on Monday after an inspection by the person in charge of the inmate work crew program at Lowell.

  • Happy Mother's Day
  • Shark News for May 10

    Levy County second graders learn about sea life

    Lauren Bartholemy
    Shark Correspondent

    “Oh! Aw! That’s so cool!” is the sounds coming from the Cedar Key schools aquaculture lab as second graders from all around the county come to view the aquaculture wonders.

  • Today in Levy County History:Yacht to patrol the west coast

    By Toni C. Collins
    Levy County Historian
    Marine Hospital to Inaugurate a new service
    August 25, 1899 - Tampa Tribune

    Tampa is be the headquarters for a thorough quarantine patrol, which the Marine Hospital Services has decided to inaugurate along the west coast of Florida from Key West to Cedar Key. The vessel BRATTON will be on station to intercept fishing vessels from Cuba to prevent the introduction of yellow fever into Florida.

  • Social Security questions and answers

    By Kay Louder
    Social Security District Manager, Gainesville
    Do Members of Congress have to pay into Social Security?

    Yes, they do. Members of Congress, the President and Vice President, federal judges, and most political appointees, have paid taxes into the Social Security program since January 1984. They pay into the system just like everyone else, no matter how long they have been in office. Learn more about Social Security benefits at www.socialsecurity.gov.

  • Why young workers should care about Social Security

    By Kay Louder
    Social Security District Manager, Gainesville

    Summer will be here before we know it. That means millions of high school and college students will be searching for jobs. Whether a new worker is beginning the career of a lifetime or just earning some extra money for the school year to come, there is one question that is likely to be on each new worker’s mind when they see their first pay stub: Where’s the rest of my money?

  • Earth Day and our very small planet

  • Lions learn about Vial of LIFE

    Cedar Key Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department Chief Robert Robinson updates the Cedar Key Lions Club on fire department news, including the new CPR training program that Chief Robinson will be teaching to train community members in this life-saving skill.

  • Cedar Key Arts Center

    Summer Visual Arts Education
    July 16-27
    9-11:30 a.m.
    • Learn from the professionals: ceramics, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, alternative photography…
    • First grade  to high school students eligible
    • Small materials fee may apply (scholarships available)
    • Register prior to June 11th at the KeyHole in Cedar Key
    • Limited enrollment

    Art Therapy/Art Education Study
    July 2-31
    1-4 p.m.