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Today's Features

  • Saturday, July 2

    Holy Family Yard Sale
    Holy Family Catholic Church will hold a yard sale Saturday, July 2 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Vendor spaces are available. The church will also hold yard sales the first Saturday of each month. For more information, call Gil Farley at 528-2893.

    AARP
    AARP Chapter #912 will have an information booth at Williston’s Independence Day celebration Saturday, July 2 at Horseman’s Park. 

  • Saturday, June 4

    Church Yard Sale
    There will be a Community Yard Sale Saturday, June 4 beginning at 7 a.m. at Fountain of Life Church,  623 East Noble Ave., Williston.
    Purchase a space to sell items for only $10 (you must bring your own table).
    There will be food for sale.
     For more information,  contact Tamara Glover at 352-427-9989 or Fountain of Life Church at 352-528-6302.

    American Legion Fish Fry

  • Thursday, May 26

    Tourist Council Meeting

    The Levy County Tourist Development Council will have its regular bi-monthly meeting Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m at the Levy County Visitors Bureau 620 N. Hathaway Ave., Bronson
    Saturday, May 28

    AMVETS Open House
    AmVets Post 444 in Williston will host an Open House for Memorial Day weekend May 28-30.
    Veterans and the public are invited. There will be childrens’ activities and games on Saturday

    Bronson FOL


  • Friday, May 20

    Star Party
    The Chiefland Star Party Group will present a telescopic view of the stars and planets at the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve in Yankeetown at 8:30 p.m., May 20 at the observation tower.

  • By ADA LANG

    news@cedarkeybeacon.com

    This week’s Conservation Corner suggests composting as another way to reduce the amount of trash you put into your garbage can and eventually, the landfill. 

  • For the last week, I have been chief cook and bottle washer in the house while the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage was visiting our son and his family in Ohio. I like nothing better than being in charge. Of course, I wonder what in the world I am in charge of when I am the only one in the house.

  • By Lewie Fugate

    For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father our Lord Jesus Christ, of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named. . . So begins St. Paul’s prayer for the Ephesians church (Eph. 3:14-21), which I have selected as my prayer for the readers of this article and any who might follow for as long as the Lord and the editor are willing.

    As a native of this area, I understand most of the pressures and circumstances of the people here and realize the difficulty of life in these times.

  • Scripture passage: Joshua 5:13-15

    Jesus and politics! Christian and politics! It has been said that these do not mix. It would be safe for me to say that Jesus is surely above politics. However, the question is, “Would He have His followers be involved in the political process?” On the one hand, we should not put our eternal trust in worldly leaders. On the other hand, Christians must be involved in the political process. Any way you look at it, Jesus and politics are a hot topic.

  • Under clear skies with a gentle breeze wafting through the city, residents of Williston came together last week to pray for their town, state, country, leaders–and themselves.

    Attended by more than 50 people, Williston’s local participation in the National Day of Prayer drew ministers, housewives, law enforcement officers and elected officials–people who believe in the power of prayer.

  • Chuck and Ninta Harris of Williston announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jade Harris of Morriston, to Daniel Anderson, of Morriston, son of Brian and Candy Anderson of Morriston.
    The bride-elect has her associate’s degree in interior design. The future groom has his associate’s degree in business administration and is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree.
    The couple will marry Oct. 8 at the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.