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Buckeye Park to close

Buckeye Park, a fixture in the Perry community for at least the past four decades, will soon close and the facilities will be demolished to make way for future expansions…

Who should pay for ethics training?

Despite having only a one-item agenda, the Perry City Council covered a wide range of territory last week including who will pay for members’ required ethics training as well as…

Chamber honors year’s best

Chamber honors year’s best

Taylor County’s community and business leaders gathered together Friday evening, dressed in their finest, for the annual Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce banquet. More than 250 people were in attendance…

Lt. Fox presented ‘Our Hero’ award

Lt. Fox presented ‘Our Hero’ award

Taylor County Fire- Rescue Lt. Michael Fox was named the 2015 recipient of the Perry Rotary Club’s Our Hero Award. He was presented the award Friday evening at the Perry-…

Eight wounded warriors to get VIP treatment during week-long visit

Hollywood rolled out the red carpet this past Sunday for Oscar hopefuls, but Taylor County is planning v.i.p. treatment this Sunday, March 6, for eight Wounded Warriors to enjoy a…

Early voting starts Monday for Presidential Primary

The 13-day window for early voting in the Presidential Preference Primary opens Monday and continues through Saturday, March 12. Early voting stations are set up at Supervisor of Elections Dana…

Hendry & Hendry honored for 67 years of service to Taylor students

The Taylor County Educators’ Hall of Fame will gain another 67 years of service to local children when retired educators Anne Hendry and Carol Hendry join the honored ranks next…

Boys & girls tennis teams beat Godby

Both the boys and girls tennis teams at  Taylor County High won their matches Tuesday at Godby in Tallahassee. The boys won 6-1 winning 4 of 5 singles matches and…

Students enjoy day off as Taylor dodges severe weather threat

Despite early forecasts calling for winds in excess of 70 mph, golfball-sized hail and a chance for tornadoes, Taylor County was spared by the strong storm system which ultimately caused…

Stone named new CEO of Doctors’ Memorial

Following an extensive search and interview process, Doctors’ Memorial Hospital’s (DMH) Board of Directors selected Thomas Stone, FACHE, to serve as the new chief executive officer of the hospital effective…