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Registration deadline is extended to Tuesday

The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 8 General Election has been extended a second time, with the date now pushed back to Tuesday, Oct. 18. Judge Mark…

Burglary suspects identified thanks to social media post

Investigators began receiving tips Wednesday afternoon “almost immediately” after posting security footage on Facebook of two men suspected in a local home burglary. “The footage was obtained due to the…

TCES students will reap rewards at solar facility dedication Oct. 19

Duke Energy Florida will host a ceremony to commemorate the completion of its five-megawatt Perry Solar Facility on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 10 a.m. The ceremony will be held at…

Gunter: ‘It’s time to let teachers teach’

Gunter: ‘It’s time to let teachers teach’

With a background of both civic and military service, Daryll Gunter said that wealth of experience has prepared him to lead the Taylor County School District as superintendent. “I grew…

Houck ‘ready, willing & able’ to serve District 3

Houck ‘ready, willing & able’ to serve District 3

Lonnie A Houck Jr. said he is “ready, willing and able” to serve residents as their Dist. 3 representative on the Taylor County Board of Commissioners. Born and raised in…

Graham lends voice to FEMA’s ‘review’ of storm damage

Local officials are still awaiting word on whether Taylor County residents will receive individual assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for homes and businesses damaged by Hurricane Hermine.…

Bid begins to recoup storm costs

Representatives with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Florida Division of Emergency Management met with local officials Tuesday morning to discuss Taylor County’s public assistance declaration, through which…

Last chance to register?

A federal judge has extended the deadline to register to vote for the Nov. 8 General Election through today (Wednesday, Oct. 12) and it could be pushed back even further.…

Whiddon crowned

Whiddon crowned

For three local seniors, Saturday night’s “Magical Journey” Little King & Queen pageant afforded them memories for a lifetime. Tiffany Carroll, Dianna Carrier and Kate Whiddon strolled on stage–poised and…

Shelter from the storm…

By SUSAN H. LINCOLN / Managing Editor When Hurricane Matthew blew evacuees toward the northwestern parts of Florida last week, First Presbyterian Church of Perry opened its doors wide. And…