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  • Tornado Watch
  • Happenings

    April

    WW Vets Luncheon

    WWII Vets will meet April 12 in Chiefland at the Gathering Table at 11 a.m. This is a group of veterans, wives, friends, and caregivers.

    For more information, call Virginia Lewis, 352-528-2310.

    Town Hall Meeting

    Williston Councilwoman Nancy Wininger will host a town hall meeting Thursday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in the MP building on the campus of the old Williston High School.

    Numbers Trivia Game

  • Levy County Sheriff's Report

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

    • April 3, Steven Robert Alvarez, 39, Williston, obstruction W/OV. Bond $20,000.

    • April 3, Shelly Dawn Blamer, 43, Homosassa, FTA. Bond $2,000.

    • April 6, James Edward Brehm, 51, Trenton, VOP.

    • April 7, Tammy Annette Collins, 52, Cedar Key, aggravated assault, child neglect w/o great bodily harm, disorderly intoxication. $105,000.

    • April 7, Carl Brant Cumbo, 36, Bronson, lewd and lascivious conduct. Bond $250,000.

  • Councilwomen to lead Williston

    In what may be an unprecedented move in the city of Williston, the council's two female representatives were elected Tuesday night to the highest positions on the city council.

    Nancy Wininger was chosen by the council as its president, succeeding Charles Goodman who made the nomination.

    Wininger has served on the council since 2016 and was unopposed in this year's bid for her seat.

  • Levy Cattlemen to meet April 19

    The Levy County Cattlemen and Landowners Association is having its spring meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 7 p.m. at Don Quincey’s river home located at 11751 NW 132nd PL, Chiefland, FL 32626. The Levy Co. Junior Cattlemen will also hold their meeting at the same time. Junior Cattlemen’s is open to children from 8 to 21 years old.

    Anyone interested in joining is invited to attend. If you would like additional information call the Levy County Extension Office (352-486-5131) or Devin Whitehurst (352-528-4724).

  • Happenings

    April

    WW Vets Luncheon

    WWII Vets will meet April 12 in Chiefland at the Gathering Table at 11 a.m. This is a group of veterans, wives, friends, and caregivers.

    For more information, call Virginia Lewis, 352-528-2310.

    Town Hall Meeting

    Williston Councilwoman Nancy Wininger will host a town hall meeting Thursday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in the MP building on the campus of the old Williston High School.

    Numbers Trivia Game

  • Levy County Sheriff's Report

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

    • March 26, Richard Acritelli, 70, Morrison, battery on person age 65 or older, petit theft.

    • April 1, Jonathan Jay Ainsworoth, 25, Archer, battery. ROR.

    • March 27, Marsha Ann Allen, 52, Chiefland, non-support of children or spouse. Bond $500.

    • March 31, Sydney Leigh Allen, 19, Inglis, three counts FTA. Bond $4,500.

    • March 28, Dante L. Austin, 23, Miami Gardens, DWLS. Bond $5,000.

  • Neighbor helping neighbor

    Since taking office two years ago, Williston Councilwoman Nancy Wininger has been known for hosting her own town hall meetings.

    It's an opportunity for people to ask questions in a casual atmosphere and also share information with her that she needs to know as their elected representative.

    Next week, April 12, Wininger will host another such meeting but this one with a twist.

  • Deputies coming to the schools

    By Sean Arnold

    Staff writer

    Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum says all 15 public and charter schools in the county will have a deputy on campus for the remainder of the school year, but he’s concerned about the financial viability of the program going forward.

  • Making economic development work is up to the people

    In six to eight weeks, Williston City Council will find out just what its grant money paid for when Alison Megrath and Dr. Lynn Patterson make their presentation on the city's Comprehensive Plan.

    Monday night, Patterson presented the culmination of months of research and planning on economic development to some of the people whose input is included in the final product.

    She said implementation is not solely up to the council, but must involve the people if it is to work and be an accurate portrayal of what Williston will become.