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New firetruck a ‘hybrid’ of fire engine and tanker

Taylor County Fire- Rescue (TCFR) will soon have a new fire engine, after county commissioners agreed to enter into a five-year lease-to-own agreement to purchase the vehicle for a total…

Major paving projects on the horizon for city

The coming year will bring two large paving and resurfacing projects inside the city limits, giving two major thoroughfares complete facelifts. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is preparing to…

Varsity boys basketball begins season Dec. 1

The Taylor County High School varsity boys basketball season begins this Friday (Dec. 1) with a district game against Florida High tipping off in the TCHS gym in Perry at…

Dec. 1 is deadline for Gingerbread House Contest

The deadline to enter the annual Taylor County Historical Society Gingerbread House Contest is this Friday, Dec. 1,  at 5 p.m. and the contest theme is “Christmas Through the Decades.”…

3 suspects snarled in meth conspiracy

The continued investigation into a methamphetamine operation in Steinhatchee has led to additional charges for one individual and new charges on two other suspects. Michael “Mike the Welder” Carroll, 63,…

County moves meeting to 9 a.m.

Members of the public with normal working hours will now have to decide if they want to take time off from work to attend county commission meetings, as county commissioners…

TCMS girls pick up first win

The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) girls soccer team picked up their first victory of the season last Friday night, defeating Fort White, 2-1. The Lady Bulldogs were trailing 1-0…

One heart at a time

One heart at a time

By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI / Managing Editor Bruno shied away from the friendly hands reaching to pet him. The brown and white bulldog didn’t understand why he had to leave…

Girls’ soccer plays 3 games next week

The Taylor County High School (TCHS) Lady Bulldogs varsity soccer team will look to improve on their 3-1 record with a full slate of games next week following a Thanksgiving…

Bridge lighting project moving forward

Thanks to the generosity of the Frank Jackson family, the Steinhatchee Bridge will soon be more well-lit at night, offering increased visibility for those traveling between Steinhatchee and Jena during…