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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.…

Higher student count boon to district

Higher student count boon to district

The Taylor County School District has begun the new year with more students than previously predicted, which could bring a six-figure financial windfall for the district if the counts hold…

Vote early starting Aug. 15

Early voting for the Aug. 30 Primary Election begins Monday, Aug. 15, with as many as nine local races appearing on the ballot. Which races a particular voter will see…

Crash leaves 2,200 without power

Crash leaves 2,200 without power

A Pizza Hut delivery employee remains in serious but stable condition after crashing her vehicle Wednesday night into a power pole located at the Duke Energy substation adjacent to Doctors’…

Cash, cannabis, firearms seized

Cash, cannabis and guns were seized during a traffic stop on Highway 221 at Lake Bird Friday afternoon, Aug. 5. Taylor County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) Deputy Jason Vinson stopped Micah…

No foul play suspected in inmate’s death

No foul play is suspected in the death of jail inmate Robert Kellow, 48, who was found unresponsive in his cell early Sunday morning, Aug. 7. “Jail staff found Kellow…

Feds expand on reason for Head Start open bid

The Taylor County School District’s contract to run the Head Start was opened up to competition after the local program did not meet certain thresholds on the federal agency’s classroom…

‘Good week’ for gun permits

In the first week of assisting local residents in applying for their statewide concealed weapons license, the Taylor County Tax Collector’s Office processed 60 applications. “We had a good week,”…