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Today's Features

  • Pet lovers enjoy photographing their friends and Williston veterinarian Bill Bennett, right, provides a showcase for their work. Most recent winners of Dr. Bennett’s contest are M.M. Lauderdale who photographed  his puppy and Leslie Redding who submitted a winning cat photo. Pictured with Dr. Bennett is Denise Young.

  • By James Snyder

  • By Winnelle Horne

  • Thursday, Nov. 4

    Love and Remembrance Memorial
    The Haven Hospice Love and Remembrance Memorial is open to anyone in the community who has lost a loved one. Attendees are encouraged to bring pictures and mementos of loved ones that can be placed on our Table of Memories. Refreshments will be served. Registration is not required.
    The memorial will be held Thursday, Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. at Haven Hospice Tri-Counties Care Center, 311 N.E. 9th St., Chiefland. Call Haven Hospice at 352-493-2333 for more information.

  • Archer First Baptist
    First Baptist Church of Archer will celebrate 90 years of service Sunday, Nov. 7.
    Registration begins at 10 a.m. and service will be conducted by guest speakers the Rev. Jim Johnson from Just a Preacher Ministries and the Rev. Andy Cook from Bronson Road Baptist Church.
    Bring your favorite dish for a covered dish lunch following the services.
    For more information, call 495-2225.

    Fish Fry
    Holy Family Catholic Church will hold its monthly fish fry Friday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m.

  • By Winnelle Horne

    Special to the Pioneer

    The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Oct 21, at the Levy County Quilt Museum and had a very busy day.   Three quilts were brought in for quilting. Ann has hemmed the Star quilt and Peggy hemmed the Log Cabin Heart Quilt.

  • Gary Miller

     Outdoor Truths  

    I can remember the days when nothing else mattered except getting an opportunity to arrow a deer. I never thought about how far I would have to drag a deer or what terrain I might have to overcome, or how long it may take me to get all of the “post hunt” activities done. Before, it never mattered. Now it does. 

  • By James Snyder

  • James 2:1-13

    How do you act when someone of poverty comes into the church? What are your first thoughts? Is it, “They’re only here because they want something?” Is it, “All they want is a hand out and then you will never see them again?” I know that there are people out there looking for sympathy hoping they may be able to use the church as a welfare system. But I am not speaking about those people. I am speaking about those who are genuinely in need of help.