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County Commissioners Question Sabal Pipeline Officials, Criticize Survey Crews
Officials from the Sabal Trail Pipeline and Spectra Energy were peppered with safety questions Tuesday by Levy County Commissioners who invited them to the board meeting for a public grilling.
Florida Power and Light has given the contract to ..... more
Relocation of Limbaugh Cemetery Graves Continues to Haunt School District
The removal of human remains from a 150-year-old family cemetery in Williston by the Levy County School District last month followed state law and complied with the wishes of ..... more
In This Week's Levy Life.....
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Obama(S)care: Con Artists and Criminals in Charge ~ Michelle Malkin
Freedom Is Not Free ~ Thomas Sowell
Public Education ~ Letter to the Editor
Levy County Most Wanted
Levy County Sheriffs Office Arrest Report
Bronson FFA Alumni Raises $4,800 at Annual Food Fest
The Bronson FFA Alumni raised $4,800 Friday for Bronson High School scholarships at the annual Food Fest and ..... more
Vickie Roberts wins Second Karaoke Preliminary for Levy County Fair
Six singers performed Saturday night at AmVet Post 444 in Williston in the ..... more
County Commission honors Lynetta Usher-Griner for accomplishments
Chiefland businesswoman Lynetta Usher-Griner was recognized by the Levy County Commission Tuesday as the ..... more
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Bronson Closes Old Motel After Electrical Fire - For Now
Bronson town officials posted no trespassing signs on the Bronson Motel Tuesday following a fire on February 27 believed to have started in the ..... more