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Today's News

  • Red Devils move into district play

    The Williston Red Devils traveled to Santa Fe Dec. 15 to face district foe Santa Fe.
    The Red Devils, behind 18 points by both Tre Wilson and Deterion Ross and a 14-point effort by Damien Strange, took the Raiders down 74-55 to remain undefeated in district play.
    The Red Devils are 6-1 overall and 3-0 in district play.
    The Red Devils will host Lake Highland Prep on Saturday, Dec. 17, which will be their last game until Dec. 26, following the Christmas holiday, when they will play in the Kingdom of the Sun Tournament at Vanguard High School in Ocala.

  • Bronson, Chiefland football coaches resign

    Chiefland and Bronson high schools, whose football teams and the coaches have faced challenging years, are looking for new coaches.
    CHS Principal Bill Tovine confirmed on Dec. 16 that football coach Jim O’Neal has resigned as coach but will be staying on in a teaching position.  The position will be posted, Tovine said.
    Bronson High coach Al Cooksey made the announcement of his departure at the Football Banquet on Dec. 15.

  • Santa Letters in this week's Pioneer
  • Former Williston athlete Isaac Floyd killed in accident

    Isaac Floyd was a standout athlete at Williston High School, excelling in both basketball and football.
    After graduation in 2010, he signed to play football at Coffeyville Community College in Kansas but an injury and subsequent surgery left him redshirted. He left the program and returned home.
    A little after midnight Saturday, Floyd, 20, was killed when he lost control of the 2010 Mazda he was driving. His passenger Dorian Taylor, 18, was also killed, and two other passengers, Kevin Sketo Jr. and Kalen Penny, 22, were taken to Shands for incapacitating injuries.

  • Red Devils fall to 5A Nature Coast Tech

    They were big, they were tall and they made free throws. This was the picture one got as the Nature Coast Sharks took the court Dec. 7, against the Williston Red Devils.

    Led by the 6' 8” University of Massachusetts signee Tyler Bergantino, the Sharks showed why they are undefeated following their 69-58 win over the Red Devils.

  • Red Devils roll over Interlachen Rams

    The Williston boys’ basketball team improved its season record to 5-1 and 2-0 in district play as they roared past the Interlachen Rams on Tuesday night. 

    The game saw both teams get off to a slow start with a low scoring first half that saw the Red Devils hold a 32-21 half time lead over the Rams. 

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:

    Dec. 9, Cynthia Krystal Brownfield, 26, Cross City, grand theft.

    Dec. 11, Gerald David Browning, 31, Trenton, deadly weapon without intent to kill. Bond $5,000.

    Dec. 8, Ashley Nicole Coronado, 22, Bronson, petit theft. Bond $500.

    Dec. 6, Howard Lee Dayton, 23, Morriston, two counts VOP.

    Dec. 7, Jonathan Lee Figueroa, 25, Chiefland, grand theft. Bond $15,000.

    Dec. 5, Sarah Suzette Fine, 24, Cedar Key, battery.

  • Yankeetown’s Jack Schofield seeks District 3 commission seat

    Jack Schofield of Yankeetown has filed with the Supervisor of Elections to run for Levy County Commissioner, District 3 in the upcoming 2012 election. 

    Both he and his wife, Susie, are involved in their local community. Currently, he is serving in his second term on the Yankeetown Town Council, is vice president of the Friends of the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve, is a member of Friends of the A. F. Knotts Library and a member of Withlacoochee Area Residents.  

  • Mistletoe

    By Susan Howell

  • Twelfth Night may be the best I can do

    Are you ready for Christmas? I am not even sure why people ask that. What does it mean exactly?
    Is the house decorated? The presents bought and wrapped? The cookies baked? The cards mailed?
    If that’s what folks want to know, then my resounding answer is no. I am not ready for Christmas.
    It’s been an unusual six weeks at Ten Broeck Manor. In addition to the daily grind, there’s also been scattered doctors’ appointments, family obligations and several monkey wrenches thrown into the mix.