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Today's News

  • Bronson delves into issues relevant to its residents

    The town of Bronson held its first community forum regarding the Comprehensive Plan last week to discuss and make preparations to update the plan.

    “The Department of Community Affairs mandates that the comp plan must be reviewed every seven years,” said Bruce Day with the Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council, hired by the town to update the plan.

  • Letter to the Editor

    To the editor:

    When I moved to Williston in the early 80s, it was a very nice place to live, not much there but that’s the way people liked it.  Now having returned for family and personal reasons it has slipped into a state of sad disrepair with the people of this community and the government all sharing in the blame.

  • Letter to the Editor

    To the editor:

    The Williston Police Department would like to express a tremendous “thank you” to the following businesses and individuals for their generous contributions for the 2009 Police Awards Banquet.

    Their continuous support of our department is most valued. We are grateful for their civic mindedness, for without them, we wouldn’t have been able to have such a wonderful evening.

  • Letter to the Editor

    To the editor:

    On Feb. 7, about 7 p.m., Iee^had to call 911 to respond to my husband.

    Mandy, Shaun and T.J. from the Levy County EMS were there in three minutes.

    The concern and support they gave me was wonderful.

    Ultimately my husband died in my arms at 11:30 that night. They were with me the whole time.

    We are a small town but big gifts of kindness and concern go a long way.

    These three people will always be in my heart.

    Hold your loved ones tight tonight.

    Jennifer Cox

  • Community Happenings

    Friday, Feb. 26

    Land Judging Event

    The Tri County Land Judging Event for all FFA and 4-H members will be Feb. 26.

    This contest is restricted to members of FFA or a 4-H club. The host this year is Levy County. The youth will meet behind the IFAS office in Bronson on Hwy 27-A.

    Saturday, Feb. 27

    Bark-N-Purr

  • Stamper stops Indians with 14 strikeouts

    The Williston Diamond Lady Red Devils improved to 6-0, 1-0 in district play, as they downed the Chiefland Lady Indians on Friday Feb. 19, behind the arm of Lady Devil Pitcher Tori Stamper.

    The Red Devils won the game 8-2 in this County Rivalry game.

    The Red Devils scored three runs in the first inning as Crissy Rawls, Angie Wilcox, and Dayna Hunn all collected base hits and all three scored.

    The Indians answered back in the bottom of the first with two runs. Both runs were off walks given up by Stamper as she started off trying to find the plate.

  • Breaking News

    "We simply played to our potential, and pressured the basketball through out the game," said a jubilant Williston Head Coach Steve Faulkner Tuesday’s game that saw his Red Devils crushing Trinity Catholic’s Celtics 68-34.

    The Red Devils faced the Celtics down and ran out to a 25-6 first quarter lead with their speed, pressure defense and athleticism.

  • WAG opens its doors to a new facility

    It had been a lot of work and a long haul, but the new Williston Animal Group facility near the airport celebrated its grand opening on Thursday evening – and a joyful occasion it was.

    WAG showed off its new dog kennels to a crowd that included city officials, generous donors and the members of WAG who have put so much time and effort into the fulfillment of this dream.

    The first set of 12 kennels is ready for occupancy, with clean accommodations, individual dog runs and a common play area. The second set of 12 lacks only fencing to be complete.

  • Best in the state

    Williston Mayor Gerald Hethcoat presented the Williston Junior Woman’s Club with a framed proclamation honoring the group for its distinction of receiving the Mary Clark Award for being the best Junior Woman’s Club in Florida. “This makes the town shine,” Hethcoat said last week, “because of the good they do. They train young women to be leaders.”

  • Center for disabled needs volunteers

    Despite a change of property owners, Tomorrows’ Equestrian Center has been given a reprieve and Sunday held an open house to showcase what they offer.

    Sandy Arbour, president of the non-profit organization that provides recreational and therapeutic riding to the physically, mentally and emotionally disabled, said the group is faring well but is in need of both volunteers and participants.