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  • Southern Auction to open Variety Store

    For those who live in Levy County and the surrounding area, the big red auction barn located just west of Williston on U.S. Highway 27A is a well known landmark in the area.

    Southern Auction Marketing is a modest local auction house that has strived to be a neighborhood friendly business.

    Every Monday evening the parking lot begins to fill, and the bidding starts at 6:30 p.m.

    One of the best-revered auctioneers in North Florida, Colonel Joel Kulcsar holds the gavel and with experience and knowledge of the merchandise, Joel becomes the star of the show.

  • Williston Police Reports

    A young man from Williston is on the “most wanted” list after bonding out last week following an arrest and also investigation into two separate incidents.

    Decoda Kadarrell King, 21, of Northeast 35th Street, was stopped by Officer James Tegart after not coming to a proper stop at a stop sign. He allegedly gave the officer a false name before his companion in the car told the police his real name. He was charged with driving with a suspended license and giving false information to a law enforcement officer. He bonded out on the same day.

  • Levy County Sheriff's Reports

    The Levy County Sheriff’s Office arrested the following persons. All are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is gathered from Sheriff’s Office press releases, arrest reports and court appearance orders.

    Paul F. Schott, 21, Nighthawk Terrace, Inglis, violation of probation on burglary. Bail is $10,000.

    James Steven Munden, 48, Northeast 87th Avenue, Bronson, violation of probation for battery. No bail.

    David Shane Clemons, 31, Southeast 5th Street, Williston, neglect of a child without great harm. Bail is $7,500.

  • Williston boys top Fort White, Newberry

    The Williston boys have clinched a bye in the district basketball tournament and still could take first place with the best overall record.

    The Red Devils clinched the bye with a 71-30 win over Fort White last Friday, the second time this season the team has beaten the Indians by 40 or more points.

    Jacques Edwards led the scoring with 15 points, Deonte Welch had 12, Tony James had 11 with nine rebounds and James Hunt scored nine on a 4-for-5 shooting night. Isaac Floyd had eight and Paul King scored 7.

  • Williston gets new district foes

    When next football season rolls around, people will see a lot of unfamiliar opponents when district competition starts.

    Williston has been placed in Class 2B, District 4, and there doesn’t appear to be anywhere for the Red Devils to go. Four years ago they appealed and moved up a class, but this time rivals such as North Marion are two classes up.

    The seven opponents for Williston are Interlachen, Keystone Heights, Mount Dora, Newberry, Trinity Catholic, The Villages and Umatilla.

  • Comeback falls short against P.K. Yonge

    GAINESVILLE — The first half was just a little too long for the Williston boys basketball team Tuesday night. As a result, the lead built by the home team more than offset a Devil comeback attempt.

    Playing at district and regional rival P.K. Yonge, the Red Devils looked brilliant on defense until about the three-minute mark of the second quarter, when the Blue Wave went on a surge that helped carry them to a 57-48 win over Williston.

  • New account executive for Pioneer

    Lieah Zullo has joined the Williston Pioneer Sun News as account executive. She will be responsible for all sales into the newspaper and Web site. The Florida native is transfering here within Landmark Media from the Gadsden County Times.

  • WES students help families in need

    This year, instead of having children draw names and swap gifts for the holidays, 4th graders in Mrs. Joelene Vining and Mrs. Melissa Lewis' class at Williston Elementary School purchased gifts for a family in need within the Williston community.

    The teachers contacted the First United Methodist Church in Williston to "adopt" two families for Christmas.

    Students were then asked to bring gifts for the families and had the opportunity to wrap the gifts on the last day of school before the holiday break.

  • Walk to Bethlehem saw more than 500 visitors

    The last caravan for 2008 left Nazareth for the 80 mile journey to Bethlehem on Tuesday evening. More than 500 visitors joined in the numerous trips that either Pastor Dana or Callie Fields, from sponsoring church Living Water Life Center of Morriston, led over the 15-day annual event held on their property located on Hwy 121. Although the number of visitors was lower than last year; the event was blessed with 75 -100 volunteers from other churches willing to be in costume and serve in many capacities.