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Tomlinson catches huge Suwannee cat

Tony Tomlinson of Perry got a pleasant surprise while fishing recently in the Suwannee River. A huge channel catfish grabbed his bait and after a considerable fight, was landed by…

FAMU scholarship reception set June 4

The 2015 Taylor County Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumni scholarship reception will be held Thursday, June 4, at Jerkins Community Center. The 6 p.m. program will include two special guests:…

Review: ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ finds the right tone for fans of college a capella comedy

Review: ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ finds the right tone for fans of college a capella comedy

By MARK VIOLA Like its predecessor, “Pitch Perfect 2” is a funny, entertaining adventure into the wild world of a capella, although the craziness is upped a bit too much,…

Elks honor Lundy as ‘Officer of the Year’

Elks honor Lundy as ‘Officer of the Year’

Taylor County’s hometown hero, Deputy Robert Lundy, was recognized as the Florida State Elks Association’s (FSEA) 2015 “Law Enforcement Officer of the Year” during ceremonies held Saturday, May 23, at…

Geraldine Leggett

Geraldine Leggett, 77, of Perry, died May 27, 2015. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, May 30, at 3:00 p.m. at Joe P Burns Funeral Homes of Perry. Interment will follow…

Jennie Lynn Hair

Jennie Lynn Hair, 58, of Perry, died May 26, 2015. Private family services will be held at a later date with burial following in Woodville Cemetery. All arrangements are under…

‘Dogs shut out NFC in spring game

‘Dogs shut out NFC in spring game

BY AARON PORTWOOD The Taylor County High Bulldogs dominated perennial powerhouse North Florida Christian (NFC) on both sides of the ball, Friday night at Dorsett Stadium in Perry, and cruised…

Baccalaureate service May 27 at First United Methodist

A Baccalaureate service is planned this evening, May 27, at First United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Graduating members of the Class of 2015 are reminded to wear cap and…

District left waiting for state budget

Since the Florida Legislature concluded its regular session without a budget–and is not expected back in Tallahassee until Monday, June 1, to begin a 20-day special session in an attempt…

Nauti-Girls tourney set for June 13

The 6th Annual Nauti-Girls Ladies Fishing Tournament sponsored by the Steinhatchee Community Projects Board and The Taylor Tourism Council takes to the water on Saturday, June 13. More than $4000…