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U.S. Navy Band's Tour Coming to Gainesville


Levy County is officially a Purple Heart County.



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Issue Date:
February 26, 2015


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Bronson Girls Lose to Trenton and Cedar Key
Bronson’s varsity softball team lost 15-0 to Trenton last week and 8-4 to Cedar Key on a frosty night on the Lady Sharks home field Friday night.The Cedar Key game was close with the score tied in the fifth inning, but then ..... more 





Bronson Boys Take 14-1 Victory over Cedar Key in Four Innings
Bronson’s varsity baseball team cruised to a 14-1 win over the Cedar Key Sharks on a frigid Friday night on the Sharks home turf. The game was called in the fourth inning by ..... more

The "Jobs for Jihad Delinquents" Program ~ Michelle Malkin


Giuliani Versus Obama ~ Thomas Sowell


A Vision for Excellence ~ Jerry Lawrence


Evaluation of Chiefland Fire Chief Explodes in Controversy

Chiefland City Commissioner Betty Walker dropped her list of recommendations Monday aimed at molding Fire Chief James Harris into a different type of chief after he started to walk out of the meeting in protest, saying he was being treated unfairlyWalker’s list of changes for the chief were written as ..... more



Sheriff’s Office Requests Community Help to Locate Missing Predator
The Levy County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating absconded Sexual Predator Lamont Lewis Nelson, DOB 3/1/1980. Nelson is described as a black male, 5-6 to 5-7, between 150 and 175 pounds. Nelson has worn earrings in both ears. He was last seen with ..... more



10 Commandments Monument Gets Final Chiefland Approval
The 10 Commandments monument is headed back to the front lawn of Chiefland City Hall.Chiefland City Commissioners voted unanimously Monday to approve the application of Harmony Baptist Association to place the granite monument where it ..... more