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Today's News

  • Happenings

    May

    Tai Chi Classes

    Tai Chi classes for arthritis and fall prevention will be held Monday and Wednesday beginning May 8 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at 623 East Noble Ave., Williston.

    Comfortable attire is requested. The instructor will be Elizabeth Dalusio.

    To pre-register, call Phyllis Williams at Fountain of Life Church, 538-4474.

    For more information call, 692-5219.

    WII Vets and Proud of It

  • Levy County Sheriff's Report

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

    • April 24, Vivian Lorraine Bailey, 37, Chiefland, grand theft, obtaining property valued at $50,000 or more. Bond $60,000.

    • April 24, David Ryan Bair, 30, Trenton, DWLS, possession not more than 20 grams. Bond $2,000.

    • April 20, Alphonso Lathario Baker, 39, Belleview, DWLS-habitual, possession of a controlled substance w/o prescription, possession of cocaine, possession not more than 20 grams. Bond $19,000.

  • Weekend features blueberries and plants

    You won't have to travel far this weekend to participate in outdoor activities.

    Williston’s Red White & Blues Farm will celebrate May 6-7 with its first Blueberry Festival.

    Scores of vendors, featuring arts, crafts, information and food are expected to be on site at the 100-acre farm during the two-day event that will also showcase blues and jazz music, pony rides, a petting zoo, bungee rides and more for the children in your life.

  • JV wraps up season

    Williston 5 – Ft. White 2

    A slow start for both teams led to a narrow 1-0 lead for the Devils after four innings. The Indians put some hits together in the fifth to take the lead, but Williston bounced right back with four runs and shut out Ft. White in the final two innings to get the win. Grayson Geiger, Gabe Foster and Bryce King teamed up on the mound, limiting the Indians to only two runs on five hits and recorded seven strikeouts. Josh Forsythe and Gabe Foster lead the team, both going 2-for-3 at the plate.

    Williston 3 – PK Yonge 8

  • Levy County Sheriff's Report

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

    • April 21, Christopher Scott Allen, 41, Inglis, possession not more than 20 grams, and/or use. ROR.

    • April 18, Joseph Michael Baker, 18, Inglis, two counts touch or strike. Bond $40,000.

    • April 22, Jeremiah Barnes, 20, Cedar Key, two out of county warrants, burglary of an occupied structure, grand theft. Bond $15,000.

  • Brazeals will celebrate Golden Anniversary

    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Brazeal will celebrate 50 years of marriage April 29.

    The couple was married at First Christian Church in Tampa in 1967, before moving to Gainesville and later Williston, where they reared their three children, Robert, Derrick and LuAnn. They have seven grandchildren, Devon, Cole, Gage, Kash and Livia Brazeal; Addison and Holton Love and son-in-law, Brian Love.

    The couple attends First United Methodist Church of Williston.

  • Happenings

    April

    Movie in the Park

    The city of Williston will present a Movie in the Park Friday, April 28 at 7 p.m. at the Heritage Park Pavilion.

    Admission is free and popcorn and drink will be provided free of charge. Bring a chair or blanket and your family and enjoy.

    Timber Harvesting Class

    The College of Central Florida will launch its new Timber Harvesting Equipment Program May 8. The deadline to apply for the program is Friday, April 28.

  • The race is on

    How can you not know I am over-the-top crazy about my two granddaughters?

    Facebook friends get a liberal dose of their cuteness, almost on a daily basis.

    My office is covered in their beautiful little faces.

    I have 1,800 pictures on my cell phone and 1,700 are of them.

    Talk about any subject and one, if not both, of them can be incorporated into the conversation.

    Yes, I'm a doting grandmother.

  • Crabfest is this weekend

    Motorists are urged to use caution this weekend when traveling east of Williston due to the high volume of traffic expected for the annual Crabfest celebration April 29.

    The Levy County Sheriff's Office reports that traffic patterns will be alterated on CR 318 and heavy traffic is expected beginning around 2 p.m. Saturday.

    Motorists not planning to attend this event should avoid the area if possible. There will be a heavy presence of law enforcement in the area and motorists are urged to follow all traffic laws. 

  • Absolutely NO BURNING in Levy County