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April 10, 2014


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Reddick Firm Apparent Low Bidder on Bronson Sewer Project

Town officials in Bronson opened bids Tuesday for a project that will connect many businesses and the courthouse to municipal sewer for the first ..... more

Bronson Farmer's Market Gets OK from Council

Bronson Town Council members gave approval Monday to the start of a Bronson Farmer’s Market to be held on the first Saturday of every month at the ..... more

In This Week's Levy Life.....

In This Week's Opinion ...

Pushing Back Against PARCC/Achieve Inc. Lobbyists ~ Michelle Malkin


A Halo for Selfishness ~ Thomas Sowell


UN, Obama, and Gates Are Globalizing Education Via Common Core

 ~ Alex Newman




Levy County Most Wanted


Levy County Sheriffs Office Arrest Report

Bronson AmVets Post 88 Riders Raise $2,000 in Support of Fisher House

More than 55 motorcycle riders from AmVets Post 88 in Bronson raised $2,000 for the Gainesville Fisher House Foundation in a ..... more

Old Florida Celebration of the Arts Showing Off April 12 and 13 in Cedar Key

The 2014 Old Florida Celebration of the Arts will be here with all the color, seafood, music and quaintness of Cedar Key on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13 from 10 AM - 5 PM. This will be Cedar Key's ..... more

Bronson Wins Double-Header as District Tournament Approaches

Bronson’s varsity boys’ baseball team won a double-header against Hawthorne Friday to give the team a 10-5 record as the district tournament nears. The Eagles are ..... more


This Week in Police Beat ...


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Judge Tim Browning Swears in Four Williston City Council Members

Four members of the Williston City Council were sworn into office Tuesday by County Judge Tim Browning.

Council President Jason Cason, Vice President Charles Goodman, Mayor Gerald Hethcoat and ..... more


Nixon Library Remembers Vietnam POW Dinner from 40 Years Ago


America's Secret Atomic City


Gov. Scott Calls for State Inspections of Federal VA Hospitals


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