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Federal grant could help local homeowners

Was your property damaged by Hurricane Hermine? Even if it wasn’t, is your property in a flood zone and at risk for repetitive damage from future storms? If either of…

It’s cold outside

It’s cold outside

red Freeze warnings were issued this past weekend with nightly lows reaching into the 20s. The newly installed fountain at Rosehead Park, which is originally from the former Hotel Hampton,…

Steinhatchee mourns loss of ‘two very good citizens’

Robert and Susan Archibald were not native to Steinhatchee, but like so many others, they embraced the community and soon became an integral part of its small-town family. Friends are…

Hermine cost county $1 million; officials seeking reimbursement

Hermine cost county $1 million; officials seeking reimbursement

Taylor County officials are continuing to work on securing reimbursement for at least a portion of the more than $1 million spent in recovery efforts following Hurricane Hermine’s September landfall.…

Office shuffle underway at courthouse

Let the shuffling begin. In the wake of the State Attorney’s Office’s recent move from the county courthouse to the former FairPoint Communications building, the Taylor County Commission agreed this…

Dr. Dunn is Taylor’s new Congressman

Dr. Dunn is Taylor’s new Congressman

When the 115th U.S. Congress was sworn in this week, one of its new members was Dr. Neal Dunn, representing Florida’s second district, which includes Taylor County. Dunn won election…

Park dedication, New Year’s Eve Party ‘one to remember’

Park dedication, New Year’s Eve Party ‘one to remember’

By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI / Staff writer J.T. Davis knows the secret to entertaining a crowd. “Keep it going.” Heeding his own advice, Davis kept the party rolling at the…

TCSO, FDLE investigating two deaths in Steinhatchee

Little information has been released about the deaths of a husband and wife whose bodies were discovered Thursday, Dec. 29, in Steinhatchee. According to sources, the two victims were an…

Commission taps Lakey for county administrator

The Taylor County Commission has settled on its choice for the new county administrator: Ted Lakey of Port St. Joe. The board agreed during a special meeting held Thursday, Dec.…

Storm brings 4 inches of rain

A strong storm system which passed through the area during the early morning hours of Tuesday dropped more than four inches of rain in a matter of several hours. Although…