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Woman brandishes 2×4 board, tackles pregnant woman

A woman reportedly armed with a two-by-four stormed into a home in Steinhatchee and brandished the board like a weapon, threatening to beat at least one individual. Lori Michelle Peacock,…

Threat prompts woman to fire 2 ‘warning shots’

A domestic situation escalated Monday to the point where a Perry man allegedly drove aggressively toward the mother of his children, prompting her to fire two “warning shots” at the…

Valedictorian: ‘Grades are very important’

Her smile is as bright as her blue eyes and her kindness shines for all to see. But don’t be fooled by her good nature–the heart of a fierce competitor…

Salutatorian: ‘Procrastination will not help you’

For Taylor County High School Salutatorian Jessica Gravley, tonight’s commencement ceremony arrives with a mix of joy and apprehension. Gravley, the daughter of Maria and Eddie Gravley, said she has…

Retirees have combined service of 244 years

Retirees have combined service of 244 years

The Taylor County School Board honored its recently retired teachers and staff at a ceremony during the May 16 meeting, presenting plaques and thanking them for their service to the…

Disaster preparedness sales tax holiday starts June 2

Hurricane season began Thursday and if you have not yet purchased items for your preparedness kit, you can do so this weekend tax free. During its recent session, the Florida…

Legal Notices for June 2, 2017

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the fictitious name statute, chapter 20953 or Section 865.09,…

Curtis Jackson Jr.

Curtis Jackson Jr., 72, of Jacksonville, died Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Services will be held on Saturday, June 3, 2017, 11 a.m. at Stewart A.M.E Church. Visitation will be today,…

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