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Suspected burglar confesses

A Steinhatchee man has confessed to committing multiple burglaries in the coastal town, clearing four ongoing investigations by the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO). John Fryer III, 29, was initially…

Career Academy program students returning to TCHS

The Taylor County Career Academy, which has been located at Taylor Technical Institute (TTI), will move to Taylor County High School (TCHS) next school year. Superintendent Paul Dyal said the…

Chemring secures $29 million contract with defense dept.

The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Chemring Military Products, Inc. (CMP), part of the Chemring Group PLC, a second delivery order under its five-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ)…

Page seeking fourth term as county commissioner

Page seeking fourth term as county commissioner

Promising to be the “same conservative commissioner I have always been,” Malcolm Page (D) has announced his candidacy for a fourth term as the District I county commission representative. “I…

Lost hat? Here’s the ‘rest of the story’ behind boat crash

By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI / Staff writer Reading the lead headline in Wednesday’s Taco Times, Ronnie Gipson, 24, shook his head and said, “I thought you would want to hear…

Judge okays BioNitro terms with city

The judge overseeing BioNitrogen Holdings’ ongoing bankruptcy case has approved a settlement agreement between the company and the City of Perry, which is owed more than $3 million from its…

GP recognizes B&G Club’s ‘commitment to our children’

GP recognizes B&G Club’s ‘commitment to our children’

The Foley Cellulose Mill recently donated $10,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Taylor County. “Georgia-Pacific and the Foley Cellulose Mill are pleased to support the work and mission…

Davis withdraws from school board race; qualifying to begin June 20

April Carlton Davis has withdrawn her candidacy for the open Taylor County School Board District 1 seat, citing health issues. Davis filed her paperwork Tuesday, leaving the race with two…

Local depos delayed, again

City Manager Bob Brown and several other local officials were set to testify in depositions this week in a lawsuit filed by BioNitrogen against one of its vendors, Fulcrum Global…

Lost hat leads to 2-boat crash in Keaton channel

A split-second decision to retrieve a hat proved costly, and was nearly life threatening, for a group of Perry boaters Tuesday morning around 9. Three local residents were in the…