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Today's News

  • Bullseye

    By Sean Arnold

    The Olympic athlete’s quest is a grueling trek, requiring relentless self-discipline, with few short-term rewards.

    For Bronson resident and silver medalist Jake Kaminski, the path was even more difficult as he prepared for next month’s 2016 Rio Olympics, where he will represent the U.S. in archery for the second straight summer games.

  • Happenings

     25th Anniversary

    Nature Coast Rehabilitation will celebrate 25 years Thursday, July 21 (today) with an anniversary party at their South Main Street location from 5-7 p.m.

    Meet owner Beth Hicks and her staff  and wish them another 25 years.

    The business is located at 37 South Main St., Suite C, catty-corner from the Williston Police Department.

     

    Pitmasters Wanted

  • Change is coming for Williston property owners

    Over the course of the next few months, decisions will be made by city residents that will affect Williston property owners for years to come.

    In its quest to clean up Williston and make it both aesthetically pleasing and structurally safe, the Board of Adjustments and Code Enforcement (BACE) will be making recommendations to tighten city codes and stiffen penalties for those owners who fail to comply with the law.

  • Stegall turns down county job

    Williston Fire Chief Lamar Stegall, the No. 1 ranked choice for director of the Levy County Department of Public Safety, has turned down the salary offer of $79,000 to start with a rise to $85,000 in six months. He also asked for and was granted approval for at least two weeks of vacation time to go on pre-paid trips.

  • Bronson goes independent to rebuild

     By Sean Arnold

    The Bronson football team won’t be in a district for the upcoming season. 

    The Eagles have pulled out of District 1A-7, which includes Chiefland, Williston, Newberry, Branford, Dixie County and reigning state champion Trenton.

    Head coach Curtis Stacy says the move was made to give Bronson a schedule that’s a more competitive fit for the program as it goes through a rebuilding process.

  • Turning it around

     By Sean Arnold

    Tough times were ahead for the Bronson football program at this time last year. 

    Despite coming off back-to-back non-losing seasons for the first time in 10 years, it was dealt a series of offseason blows, culminating in the departure of its head coach on the first day of football practice, that would lead to a 0-10 fall campaign.

  • Bronson Council discusses parking improvements

    By Sean Arnold

    At its meeting on July 5, the Bronson town council applauded another successful run of its annual Fourth of July celebration at James H. Cobb Park, while discussing the need for a more robust parking solution.

  • Four plead guilty in sex cases

    Last week the 8th Judicial Circuit Court of Levy County concluded several cases presented to the State Attorney’s Office by the LCSO where the defendants pleaded guilty and were sentenced. 

  • Levy County Sheriff's Report

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

    • July 5, Theresa Elizabeth Betts, 28, Chiefland, petit theft, VOP. Bond $500.

    • July 9, Bobby Dwayne Carnley, 31, Chiefland, touch or strike. Bond $5,000.

    • July 5, Cody Brandon Coley, 19, Chiefland, aggravated child abuse. Bond $10,000.

    • July 10, Rachel Lynn Davis, 29, Williston, giving false ID to law enforcement officer, out of county warrant.

  • Williston gets legal protection

    The Williston City Council has approved its attorney's suggestion that all city purchase orders have wording that limits its liability to what is allowed by state statute.