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County administrator resigns

County Administrator Dustin Hinkel, who has been on the job for the past two and a half years, announced this week he is resigning from his position to pursue another…

Social media argument escalates to violence

An argument posted on social media escalated to the point of physical violence and resulted in two arrests Tuesday night at Nafee Campground. Trenton Allen Jones, 19, and Brittany Ray…

Few answers on Head Start

It’s been nearly a month since the Taylor County School District’s contract to operate the local Head Start program expired, and the agency tasked with taking over the program will…

Bright future

Bright future

Duke Energy Florida officials were credited for “putting their money where their words are,” when they fulfilled a promise to build a solar facility in Taylor County. Ceremonies held last…

‘Dogs can clinch district title with a victory over Florida High

The Taylor County High football team will travel to Tallahassee Friday, Oct. 28, to take on Florida High with hopes of clinching its second straight Class 3A, District 1 title.…

2,900+ rounds of ammo seized

An early morning altercation at the Iron Horse Mud Ranch Saturday, Oct. 22, led to the discovery of a cache of firearms and nearly 3,000 rounds of ammunition. Officers also…

No tricks, just treats

Ghosts, goblins, superheroes, princesses, pirates, zombies—look for them all at the third annual “Trunk or Treat” this Saturday, Oct. 29, in downtown Perry. Streets will close at 4:30 p.m. and…

Hurricane Hermine inadvertently bolsters county’s foreclosure bid

Taylor County Commissioners are one step closer to foreclosing on an abandoned Cedar Island home which they and neighboring homeowners have called a hazard due to cracks in its pilings…

Festival day dawns with picture-perfect weather

Festival day dawns with picture-perfect weather

The force was strong in Taylor County this past weekend when the 61st annual Florida Forest Festival brought thousands of spectators to the community. The month-long celebration of the forestry…

‘Dogs lose ‘hard-fought battle’ 27-13

By AARON PORTWOOD The Taylor County Bulldogs lost for just the second time this season, falling 27-13 in a hard-fought battle with undefeated Madison County, Friday night in Madison. The…

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