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Fish kill reported six miles offshore

A fish kill was discovered Monday off the Taylor County coast in about 20 feet of water, according to Taylor County Marine Agent Geoff Wallat. It was not clear whether…

Pets welcome at adoption/rescue event Saturday

Taylor County Animal Shelter and other local rescues will be take part in the Pet Adoption Day hosted by Tractor Supply here this Saturday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. to…

Chamber makes final cut in county’s proposed budget

The Taylor County Commission gave its final approval to a $45.6 million 2014-15 county budget during a public hearing held Monday. The board tentatively approved the budget last week during…

SRWMD approves 248-acre land sale

The Suwannee River Water Management District Governing Board has approved the sale of a 248- acre Hampton Springs Road tract to Taylor County, calling it a “mutually beneficial transaction.” The…

Need help with Medicaid? Representative here Sept. 23

A representative from the statewide Medicaid managed care office will be at the Florida Department of Health in Taylor County Tuesday, Sept. 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. “If…

‘Dogs survive late scare to win 28-24

‘Dogs survive late scare to win 28-24

By AARON PORTWOOD Despite a rough second half, the Taylor County Bulldogs hung on and survived a near-upset at the hands of Potter’s House Christian Friday night at Dorsett Stadium,…

SAC meets at Taylor Tech Sept. 18

Taylor Technical Institute’s (TTI) School Advisory Council will meet Thursday, Sept. 18, at 4 p.m.…

TCMS volleyball opens with wins at Wakulla, Suwannee

TCMS volleyball opens with wins at Wakulla, Suwannee

The Taylor County Middle School volleyball team defeated Wakulla Middle School 24-26 and 26-28 in two games that went to extra points Monday night in Perry. It was the Lady…

Scallop season ends in one week

Scallop season ends in one week

Only one week remains before the 2014 scallop season ends on Wednesday, Sept. 24. Although reported catches were hard to find in the early weeks of the season, many scallopers…

Eye on the horizon…

Eye on the horizon…

Several people reported seeing this waterspout off the coast of Keaton Beach shortly after noon on Monday. The twister lasted around 10 to 15 minutes before dissipating. Thunderstorms have been…