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Today's News

  • Happenings

    January

    AMVETS Yard Sale

    AMVETS Post 88 will host a yard sale beginning at 8 a.m. Jan. 14.

    The post is located at 10050 NE State Road 24, Archer.

    CEE Meeting

    Effective communication with our new representatives to Congress and the state legislature will be the first topic of discussion when Citizens for an Engaged Electorate meets on Thursday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. at Williston Community Center.

  • Seeking Miss Williston contestants

    The GFWC Williston Jr Woman's Club's Miss Williston 2017 is quickly approaching. I

    f you know of a young lady ages 4-6; 11-13 or 15-18, please contact Scarlett McGowan (352)558-4152 or mcgowan@ymail.com.

    Deadline to sign up is Tuesday, Jan. 17. 

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  • ZTA honors Mary Gene Bailey French

    College can be such a daunting experience…living away from home for the first time, trying to figure out where you fit in, learning to adapt to such a totally different environment. For local retired teacher Mary Gene Bailey French, joining a sorority was a real life saver! And recently, she received a certificate and white violet charm, recognizing her almost-75 years of membership in Zeta Tau Alpha.

  • MLK Parade Saturday 10 a.m.
  • 'It's time'

     

    For nearly two decades Mary Kline has been the face of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, but come this Sunday – New Year's Day – that changes as Mary slides into a well-deserved retirement with her husband, Darrell by her side.

    "I'm really ambivalent," she said her last full day of work, Dec. 22. "The closer I get to it, the more I wonder if I'll go crazy. But I am excited as a whole chapter is closing."

  • 'It's time'

     

    For nearly two decades Mary Kline has been the face of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, but come this Sunday – New Year's Day – that changes as Mary slides into a well-deserved retirement with her husband, Darrell by her side.

    "I'm really ambivalent," she said her last full day of work, Dec. 22. "The closer I get to it, the more I wonder if I'll go crazy. But I am excited as a whole chapter is closing."

  • 'It's time'

     

    For nearly two decades Mary Kline has been the face of the Williston Chamber of Commerce, but come this Sunday – New Year's Day – that changes as Mary slides into a well-deserved retirement with her husband, Darrell by her side.

    "I'm really ambivalent," she said her last full day of work, Dec. 22. "The closer I get to it, the more I wonder if I'll go crazy. But I am excited as a whole chapter is closing."

  • Frank Etheridge retires

     Drummond Community Bank bid farewell to long-time banker and friend, Frank Etheridge when he retired Dec. 31 after 43 years of banking.

    Among his many accomplishments, Etheridge led Perkins State Bank as president, CEO and Chair of the Board. 

  • County delays legal ad decision

    The Chiefland Citizen and an online blogger must wait another two weeks to find out if the Levy County Commission will be awarding the county’s legal advertising and delinquent tax roll publication. 

    The commissioners decided to table the matter for further study after Interim County Coordinator Wilbur Dean said only two bids were received. The one for the blogger offers to add a page to his website and keep it available all year for $5,000. 

  • Boys struggle, girls thrive in last week's hoops action

    By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    It was another eventful week for the Williston High basketball teams last week. The girls won both of their games (vs. Hawthorne, at Ft. White), managing to turn in another impressive week of wins. 

    The boys, meanwhile, went 1-2, with their lone win coming at Ft. White, and their losses being at home versus Hawthorne, and at North Marion. 

    The girls played their first game of the week last Dec. 13 at home against Hawthorne.