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Barred from depos

Circuit Judge David Fina granted a motion Monday that bars convicted murderer Garrett Arrowood’s mother, Lisa Arrowood, from attending upcoming depositions of her niece, Jessica Strickland, and Taylor County Sheriff’s…

450-acre fire sixty percent contained

Florida Forest Service (FFS) firefighters are battling a 450-acre blaze near Dallus Creek on the Taylor County coast. According to Jack Smith with FFS, the fire is located on the…

Man cited for careless driving

A head-on crash on Jefferson Street Tuesday evening left two people with minor injuries and one cited for careless driving. According to the Perry Police Department (PPD), John Thomas (JT)…

PPS funding in Scott’s hands

While the Florida Legislature included the additional funding the Taylor County School District requested for its new Perry Primary School in the state budget approved Monday, local officials must now…

This is what hope looks like…

This is what hope looks like…

Honorary chairs Peggy and Nicole Myer were surrounded by family when taking the lead on the victory lap that kicked of Friday’s Relay For Life at Rosehead Park.…

New witness testifies in DUI manslaughter case

New witness testifies in DUI manslaughter case

When Roger Cable went to Crabbie Dads on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend 2011, it was to “drink and dance.” He and his friend, Bill Field Jr., were at…

School district prepares to make cuts in personnel

Taylor County School District officials hope to save more than $1 million next school year in personnel costs through a combination of cuts, reduced hours and budget shifts. District Finance…

Man is charged with assault on firefighter

A 42-year-old Steinhatchee man has been charged with aggravated assault after allegedly swinging a BB rifle at a firefighter while he was attempting to extinguish a shed fire that threatened…

State counters Arrowood’s claim

“The secrecy of grand jury proceedings is a public interest that the court should diligently guard.” That is the argument the state has presented in writing to counter a motion…

Sixth grade returns to Steinhatchee School

Steinhatchee School, which has been a K-5 school for the past four years, will see the return of sixth grade in the 2017-18 school year. The Taylor County School Board…