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Trash ordinance to be suspended?

Trash ordinance to be suspended?

Faced with blunt criticism that at times veered toward outright derision, the Perry City Council is moving to suspend an amended ordinance that prohibited the disposal of trash classed as…

Drive through!

Drive through!

A single-car crash on Johnson Stripling Road Thursday afternoon left a vehicle entirely parked inside a vacant house near the intersection of Johnston Stripling and Chip Mizell Road. Perry Police…

Sullivan, Hall to seek reelection

Sitting city councilmen Alan C. Hall and Mayor David Sullivan have thrown their hats into the ring to run for re-election. With their entry into their respective races, all local…

County oks upcoming mud bogs

At the county’s most recent Feb. 5 meeting, commissioners unanimously approved two separate “special event permit” applications for a pair of “mud bog” events to be held in Taylor County…

Another early season for scallops

Last year’s decision to open the annual scallop season two weeks early along much of Taylor County’s coast on a one-year trial basis has been extended to the 2018 season…

Jaguars beat TCHS for the third time, bounce ‘Dogs from tournament

Gadsden County held the Taylor County High School varsity boys’ basketball team to a season-low 34 points Tuesday night and eliminated the Bulldogs from the district tournament with a 59-34…

TCHS baseball ready to begin season Feb. 22

Head Coach Reggie Wentworth and the Taylor County High School boys’ baseball team have started practice in preparation for their first game of the season next Thursday, Feb. 22, in…

Lady Bulldogs fall to Ruth Raines M.S. to even record

The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Bulldogs’ softball team dropped their first game of the season this past Tuesday to Ruth Raines Middle School (RRMS) from Cross City by…

Sign-up for War Eagles will begin on Feb. 26

The Taylor County War Eagles football program is getting ready to start another football season, after having a very successful year in all age brackets in 2017. Registration for players…

TCHS tennis loses opening matches against Suwannee

The Taylor County High School girls’ and boys’ tennis teams began their seasons on Tuesday, but both lost their opening matches as they took on what is possibly the most…

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