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BREAKING: TCHS teacher arrested for sexual battery

The Perry Police Department (PPD) arrested Taylor County High School teacher Christine Bennett, 24, of Perry, Thursday on one count of sexual battery following allegations that she had illegal sexual…

Pink Cart campaign

Pink Cart campaign

Breast cancer survivor Peggy Galloway displays her order form for a pink garbage can, now available for purchase under the city’s newly initiated “Pink Cart” campaign. Galloway was instrumental in…

Taylor tops region for ‘wettest winter’

This past winter, which ended last week, was the region’s wettest in the past 16 years, with the Suwannee River Water Management District’s (SRWMD) 15-county area seeing an average of…

Gunter: taxpayers shouldn’t pay for ethics, Sunshine Law training for elected officials

Mayor Daryll Gunter said he will not be attending next week’s city council workshop on ethics and Florida’s Sunshine Law because he feels “it is the responsibility of the person”…

Concession proceeds at MoonPie pageant benefit Timberland survivors

2013 MoonPie Princess Holly Gantz will pass on her title at ceremonies planned tonight at Forest Capital Hall. Some 27 bluegrass sweethearts will compete for the crown at the 2014…

Hiring drive starts for Klausner

Hiring drive starts for Klausner

CareerSource North Florida is hosting a pair of career opportunities events next week for Klausner Lumber One, LLC, in Live Oak, which hopes to begin hiring its first shift in…

FWC seeks input on deer management, sets eight meetings

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) seeks input and invites the public to a series of meetings starting April 1 on deer management in hunting zones B and…

Review: ‘Divergent’ is a pleasant surprise with great characters, solid story

Review: ‘Divergent’ is a pleasant surprise with great characters, solid story

By the time “Divergent,” the adaptation of the first novel in Veronica Roth’s dystopian trilogy, arrived in theaters last week, I had little interest in the book or the movie.…

Longtime Red Cross volunteer dies in car crash

Many may not recognize Walter Eaton’s name, but they no doubt remember his work with Taylor County’s American Red Cross (ARC). He was the volunteer who helped residents count down…

T-shirts for sale

T-shirts from this year’s Special Olympic In-Shore Fishing Tournament are still available for purchase. Shirts are available in a trio of tropical colors—pink, coral and blue—starting at $12 each ($15…

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