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Kidd brings ‘lifelong dedication to youth’

Kidd brings ‘lifelong dedication to youth’

Kevin Kidd said he will bring a lifelong dedication to working with youth to the Taylor County School Board. “All my adult life has been dedicated to working with youth.…

22-year Army veteran now wants to serve his county

22-year Army veteran now wants to serve his county

Charles Andrews Reaves Sr. served his country for 22 years in the U.S. Army. Now he wants to serve his county and is seeking election to the Dist. 1 county…

Taylor commissioners back GP pipeline plan

Taylor commissioners back GP pipeline plan

In the wake of the Wakulla County Commission passing a resolution opposing Foley Cellulose Mill’s pipeline project, and reports that Leon County will consider a similar measure next month, the…

18 students? District could hire Pre-K teacher and teacher’s aide

18 students? District could hire Pre-K teacher and teacher’s aide

Faced with the loss of a $1.2 million to operate Head Start, the Taylor County School District is devising a plan to expand its current Pre-K services. “We looked at…

Driggers grounded ‘by faith, family, community’

Driggers grounded ‘by faith, family, community’

Lifelong resident Valena Reed Driggers said she is grounded by her faith, family and community, and will use that foundation when representing Taylor County School Board’s District 3. “The opportunity…

Leon commissioner calls for immediate closure of GP mill

Leon County Commission Chairman Bill Proctor, in a letter to U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, has called for an immediate shut down and closure of Georgia-Pacific’s Foley mill. The Aug. 9…

Lundy honored with Main Street Merit Award

Doyle Lundy has added another state Main Street honor to his collection of awards: the local business owner received the “Merit Award for Outstanding Rehabilitation Project” for his work on…

Flood stage

Flood stage

The Steinhatchee River remained at flood stage Tuesday, a week after the river jumped more than 12 feet following nearly a foot of rain that drenched the region. Taylor County…

Dodimead offers different perspective

Dodimead offers different perspective

Navy veteran and University of Florida graduate Alan Dodimead said his background outside of Taylor County will help him bring a different perspective to the Taylor County School Board, Dist.…

Gray vows change

Gray vows change

Thomas Nathan “Nate” Gray looks to bring “positive change” the Taylor County School Board with his election as the Dist. 5 representative. “I’ve lived in Taylor County all my life.…