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Today's News

  • LARC teams with Plum Creek, school district to enhance services

    By Toni C. Collins
    Special to the Pioneer

       It is no surprise that Levy ARC has faced some critical financial challenges lately.  However, Executive Director, Betty Walker is determined to find ways to match up available resources to create a win-win situation for all involved.  Her latest challenge coupled LARC with the Plum Creek Foundation and the Exceptional Student Educational Program of the Levy County School District.

  • Relay for Life Kickoff set for Monday

    By Dedee MacLeod
    Special to the Pioneer

       American Cancer Society is a nationwide organization dedicated to both eliminating cancer and diminishing the suffering which it causes.  The money raised through events, such as Relay for Life, is used to fund cancer research, create programs for health education, and provide advocacy and services for those currently fighting cancer.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests:
       Beverly Ann Anderson, 48, High Springs, arrested Oct. 6, FTA, disorderly conduct.
       Nicholas Alan Bunch, 21, Williston, arrested Oct. 10, battery.
       Michael David Carmichael, 27, Cross  City, arrested Oct. 5, battery and resisting arrest without violence.
       Eugene Thomas Days, 43, Williston, arrested Oct. 9, theft/shoplifting.
       Charles Daniel Dubois, 29, Archer, arrested Oct. 11, writ of bodily attachment.

  • Never Give Up

    Story and photo by Donna Mitchell

       Linda Foster has blue eyes that twinkle and a ready, friendly smile.  She’s the sort of person who will chat if you want to chat and who won’t if you don’t.  It’s one of her ways of paying attention.

  • Autumn Church Celebrations

    St John the  Baptist Catholic
    St John the  Baptist Catholic Church, located on the corner of Hwy. 40E & 41 in Dunnellon will be having a Children’s Halloween Party for children 12 and under  Oct. 31 from 4-7 p.m. in Father Stegeman hall. “How to Train Your Dragon”  will be showing on their 18-foot screen. Games and goodies will be available. There will be prizes for best costumes by age  group. The community is invited to attend this safe place to Trick or Treat.

  • Holy Family plans ‘Lite Lunch’

       Holy Family Catholic Church invites the community to share a Lite Lunch  Wednesday, Oct. 20, from noon to 1:30  p.m. in the Parish Hall, three miles north on U.S. Highway 27A.
    Everyone is welcome and there is no charge or obligation of any kind.
    Come enjoy a hot meal and fellowship.

  • Home has never been sweeter

    By James Snyder

  • Basics of listening, doing

    (James 1:19-27)
       We live in such a fast-paced, hectic world we forget that God’s voice waits to be heard. Nothing is more urgent. Nothing is more needful. Nothing is more rewarding than hearing what God has to say. Oftentimes the question isn’t, “Is God speaking?”, but rather are we being still enough and quiet enough to listen?

  • Seafood Festival, lighthouse tour highlight weekend events

       The 41st Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival takes place this Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m until 5 p.m. each day.
       This major event features well over 200 arts and crafts exhibits, and great local seafood in City Park.
       There will be live musical entertainment at several places around town during the days and nights, and a parade on Saturday morning.
       Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges participates in  the celebration by commemorating  National Wildlife Refuge Week.  

  • Community Happenings I


    Thursday, Oct. 14

    Cattlemen Meeting
    The Levy County Cattlemen and Landowners Association will meet at the Whitehurst Lodge Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.
    Anyone interested in joining is invited to attend.
    For more information, call the Levy County Extension Office at 486-5131 or 528-3119.

    Saturday, Oct. 16

    Benefit Yard Sale