Today's News

  • Diamond Ladies will see changes in 2010

    It was four seasons ago when the Williston Lady Red Devil Varsity Softball Team, led by pitcher Roxxanne Rawls, went all the way to the State Championship game. The Red Devils lost a heartbreaker and had to settle for the runner-up spot.

  • Isaac Floyd named MVP in state contest

    Williston senior Isaac Floyd was voted the defensive "Most Valuable Player" for the Florida team as they lost to the Georgia All Stars on Saturday, Jan. 16.

    "Isaac played a solid game on defense and his name was continued to be called play after play by the public address announcer," said Williston Varsity Coach Derek Chipoletti.

    Chipoletti was also chosen to coach the linebackers for the Florida Stars.

    Georgia won the game 21-3.


  • Red Devils return to district action with win

    The Williston Red Devils returned to district action Tuesday night hosting Suwannee at the Red Devils Gym. They wasted little time in keeping their district record perfect as they crushed the Suwannee Bulldogs 74-48.

    The Red Devils jumped out to a 44-18 lead at half time as they held the Bulldogs to just 7 points in the second quarter.

    Paul King and Jacques Edwards found the range early for the Red Devils as King buried 5 of 6, 3-point baskets, while Edwards was perfect for the night from the field with 2 3-point baskets and 5 field goals.

  • Senator's rep to be in Williston Thursday

    Come Visit With


    A Representative of U.S. Senator Bill Nelson

    This event is open to all residents, including those with a Federal Issue to discuss.


    Thursday, January 14, 2010

    4:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.

    Council Chambers

    City Hall

    50 NW Main Street

    Williston, Florida

    For More Information, Please Call



  • Red Devils 5-0 in District play

    Strong and relentless defense played by the Williston Red Devils came through again in their district game Friday night, Jan. 8, as they overwhelmed the Ft. White Indians 72-33, improving to 5-0 in district play.

    Holding a 15-11 lead after one quarter of play, the Red Devils held the Indians to a mere 6 points in the second quarter as they extended their lead to 35-17 at half time.

    The defense applied by the Red Devils continued to dominate the game in the second half as they held the Indians to just 16 total second half points.

  • Red Devils send heat wave over Newberry

    It was 28 degrees outside the Newberry Gym on Saturday night Jan. 9, as the Williston Red Devil basketball team came calling on the Panthers.

    The temperature inside the gym quickly began to warm the nearly full house in attendance as the teams took the court.

    The Red Devils jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead on their way to a 77-45 thrashing of the cold shooting Panthers.

    The Red Devil defense had a lot to do with the Panthers cold shooting as they forced turn over after turnover through out the game.

  • ‘Everything happens for a reason’

    Two weeks after a wreck that killed two of her closest friends and rocked the community, Nikole Brown is back home in the loving care of her mother trying to work her way back to health.

    Nikole, who will be 16 at the end of this month, was the lone survivor of an accident that took the lives of Williston High School seniors Tiffany Oliver and Marqui Cook Dec. 27.

    The girls were on their way to Gainesville from a bonfire in Dunnellon when the accident occurred in the wee hours of the morning.

  • Community Happenings

    Thursday, Jan. 14

    Congressman Talks

    A representative from Sen. Bill Nelson’s office will be at Williston City Hall from 4-5 p.m. today, Thursday, Jan. 14.

    Saturday, Jan. 16

    Cheerleading Camp

    There will be a WHS Cheerleader mini camp Saturday, Jan. 16 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for all girls ages 4 and older .  This is a fun day for all girls to spend with the WHS Cheerleaders learning basketball cheers, chants, dances and stunts.  Each child will receive a t-shirt, snacks and lunch. 

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

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

    • Timothy M. Luckey, 20, of Old Town was arrested Jan. 7 and charged with three counts grand theft, two counts burglary of a residence, burglary of a structure and two counts dealing in stolen property when he allegedly took a golf cart from a Cedar Key residence, and is suspected of stealing several others. Bond was $120,000.

    • Jimmy Edward Golden, 28, of Morriston was charged Jan. 10 on a Marion County warrant for grand theft. Bond was $5,000.

  • Man charged in toddler's death

    A Morriston man has been charged with aggravated manslaughter following the death of a toddler in November 2009.

    Kalin Halchak, 31, of NW 160th Avenue

    and Tiffany Baker, 20, of Belleview were charged Jan. 6 after two-month investigation by Marion County authorities.

    The case began Nov. 9, 2009, when detectives responded to Munroe Regional Medical Center in reference to a child who was brought in by his mother and later pronounced dead. The child’s mother, Tiffany Baker, told officials the toddler had ingested medication.