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  • Landon Oaks kickstarts subdivision

    By Ashley Thornton

    Special to the Pioneer

    There’s a new subdivision in town.

    Landon Oaks, developed by Coldwell Banker’s Marilyn Deas, it is located off of SW 7th Avenue, just down past the police station.

    “I really am excited,” said Coldwell Real Estate Agent Rhonda Sweat, “I’m also proud of the product, incredibly proud of the house that we did.”

    The eight-lot subdivision features one model home and they already have contracts for two more to be built.

  • Pamper yourself–or someone you love-at Downtown Beauty Lounge

    After a week of work, children, errands and the demands of others, Missy Maguire and Kay Mayton think the best way to relax is in the company of friends.

  • Festo, Ten Broeck take FPA honors

    Williston Pioneer graphic designer Chris Festo earned third place in the Photo Series category in the Florida Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest while editor Carolyn Ten Broeck earned a third place finish in Sports Column Writing–a column about her encounter with baseball great Harmon Killebrew.

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  • Gator Armory opens on Main Street

    A lifelong passion that was once a hobby is now a vocation for Michael Meister.
    Gatory Armory, located at 31 N. Main St. in Williston is now open and Meister is eager to serve the community’s needs when it comes to firearms and related accessories.
    Originally from the Chicago area, but reared in South Florida,  Meister spent two years searching for the perfect place to live–Morriston.

  • Rotary district governor visits Williston club

    Rotary’s new District Governor Jeannie Quave has found new meaning in this year’s motto “Reach from within to embrace humanity” and plans to spend her term putting actions behind the words.
    Quave, a native of Chicago who now lives in Panama Beach, was the guest of the Williston Rotary Club Tuesday and spoke of her own goals and plans to help achieve the motto of Rotary International President Kalvan Banerjee.

  • Levy ambulances get new equipment

    By MARK SCOHIER

    news2@chieflandcitizen.com

    The life-saving services provided by Levy County Emergency Medical Services may benefit from the installation of new equipment on county ambulances designed to improve the survivability of heart patients being rushed to the hospital.

    “It’s a benefit for all patients with any kind of heart condition,” said LCEMS Director Trish Seibold in a recent interview.

  • Unemployment drops again

    STAFF REPORT

    The number of people without a job took a drop in Levy County in October to 12.5 percent, down from 13.1 percent in September – making it the second month in a row that unemployment dropped in Levy County. 

    But it is 0.1 percent above the unemployment rate in October 2009 when it stood at 12.4 At that time the county had 16,652 people available for work and 2,059 were without jobs.

    Last month, the county had 16,540 people in the workforce and 2,063 were not employed.

    So the question is why?

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