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Louisa’s fate in hands of owner

The Louisa has become something of a fixture of Steinhatchee’s riverscape during the past decade or so, but Hurricane Hermine left the massive vessel grounded, listing and holed. The question…

Fueling the festival

Fueling the festival

Georgia-Pacific presented the Florida Forest Festival with a $13,000 donation this week. Foley Cellulose Mill Public Relations Manager Scott Mixon delivered the check to festival representatives at Forest Capital Park…

FB post leads to arrests

Two burglary suspects identified with the help of social media were arrested Friday, Oct. 14. “One of the suspects evidently felt enormous pressure from our Facebook post and kept calling…

Shady Grove’s own honored as a FSU ‘Grad Made Good’

Shady Grove’s own honored as a FSU ‘Grad Made Good’

Craig Nance, a Taylor County native who grew up in Shady Grove, was honored during the “Grads Made Good” portion of Homecoming ceremonies at Florida State University (FSU). The video…

Man spits, swings at officers

A Steinhatchee man was arrested Sunday afternoon after attacking a sheriff’s deputy and violently resisting arrest. Arthur Sidney Hines, 56, was charged with two counts of assault/battery on law enforcement…

Dixon charged with dealing Xanax

A 9 mm Kimber handgun, 39 Xanax pills and a cache of drug paraphernalia were seized following a routine traffic stop Sunday afternoon, Oct. 16, at the intersection of Old…

Monday crash

Monday crash

Three individuals were transported from the scene of a three-vehicle “domino” crash on Jefferson Street Monday morning, Oct. 17. A city work truck used for debris removal was one of…

Another day, another new election ruling

For the third time in a week, a federal judge ruled against the state in an election-related case, this time ordering county supervisors of elections to give early voters a…

Dice wants Taylor to be ‘a good place to live’

Dice wants Taylor to be ‘a good place to live’

As someone born and raised here, Junior Dice said his motivation for seeking public office “is to make Taylor County a good place to live.” This is the county commission…

BioNitrogen digging out of bankruptcy?

Nearly a year after it declared bankruptcy, BioNitrogen, which had been planning to construct a $300 million urea fertilizer plant in Taylor County, is continuing work to dig itself out…