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Father not charged after shooting son

A Perry man walked home from Tallahassee after being airlifted there Thursday night, June 15, with a single gunshot wound to his abdomen. “It was a through-and-through shot and did…

Brace for more heavy rain

While Tropical Storm Cindy is forecast to make landfall in either Louisiana or Texas on Thursday, the system is still expected to continue bringing heavy rains and higher-than-normal tides to…

District to see $589,000 gain in state funding

With Gov. Rick Scott signing controversial education bill SB 7069 into law and the Florida Legislature approving a modified state budget, the Taylor County School District is expecting to see…

26 teams compete in district tourney

Twenty-six teams from surrounding counties, with players ranging in ages 8 to 15, gathered in Perry this past weekend in pursuit of a District 6 championship and a chance to…

$3,900 worth of meth seized

$3,900 worth of meth seized

Nearly $4,000 worth of methamphetamine was seized and one arrest made for drug trafficking following a routine traffic stop last week on Beach Road. Lisa Ann Church, 45, of Perry…

‘7 vs. 7’ matches continue through summer

The Taylor County High School football team kicked off its summer season June 8 with seven “7 vs. 7” matches taking on Brookwood, Godby, Rickards, East Gasdsen, Suwannee and then…

Legal Notices for June 21, 2017

INVITATION TO BID The Taylor County Board of County Commissioners is soliciting sealed proposals for construction of the Harrison Blue Collection Center. Qualified firms or individuals desiring to provide the…

550-plus boats swam Gulf for opening weekend

550-plus boats swam Gulf for opening weekend

By most reports, the thousands visiting the Taylor County coastline this past weekend for the start of scallop season were met with long lines at public boat ramps but also…

Red, white & blue celebration

Celebrate America’s independence in downtown Perry this Fourth of July. The red, white and blue celebration begins at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4, at Rosehead Park. Local favorite “Frayed…

William Preston Prevatt

William Preston Prevatt 57, formerly of Titusville passed away May 27, 2017 at his home in Perry, Florida. There will be a gathering of family and friends on Sunday, June…

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