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Union votes on GP’s ‘last, best offer’ today

Some 326 members of United Steel Workers (USW) Local 1192 will vote today (Wednesday) to accept or reject Georgia- Pacific’s “last, best and final” contract offer, one that–according to union…

One-cent sales tax approved

When the current local one-cent sale taxes completes its task later this year of paying off the cost of constructing and equipping the Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH) building on U.S.…

Farewell, Louisa

Farewell, Louisa

The Louisa, a 40- ton vessel which had become a fixture of Steinhatchee’s riverscape over the past decade, was recently removed by Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) crews and demolished.…

Man triggers crash with estranged wife

A 42-year-old Perry man faces aggravated assault charges after allegedly cutting in front of another vehicle and deliberately slamming on his brakes, causing the vehicle to rear-end him. No one…

Driver wanted deputy to follow her to former sheriff’s home

A woman who reportedly wanted a deputy to follow her to former Sheriff L.E. “Bummy” William’s home at one o’clock in the morning was, instead, arrested for driving under the…

Old DMH to be replaced by assisted living facility?

The former Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH) building has sat vacant for the past 14 years, growing more dilapidated each year. Now, a potential partnership between the Taylor County Commission and…

Bulk of FSA scores below state average

As usual, the release of Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) results was a mixed bag for the Taylor County School District, with administrators celebrating the few bright spots and making plans…

Would-be burglar flees after homeowner threatens to call deputies

A resident on Valhalla Ranch Drive had a scare Wednesday when she caught a would-be thief attempting to break into her garage. The woman told deputies she was inside her…

Navy veteran in the fight of his life following triple amputation

Navy veteran in the fight of his life following triple amputation

When Bill Stewart, 73, entered the hospital May 3 for a double by-pass, he planned–if all went as expected–to be home within the week. However, an adverse reaction to the…

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…

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