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Shooter described as easy going, hard to anger

“The last person you’d expect to do this.” That is the phrase that has been repeated time and again the past two days as friends and former co-workers of Earl…

Expect lane closures with work on U.S. 19 Fenholloway bridges

The U.S. 19 bridges over the Fenholloway River just south of Perry are being cleaned and repaired in a Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) project which began this week. The…

FDLE chemist arrested

Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, working with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, arrested former Pensacola crime laboratory chemist Joseph Graves on charges of grand theft, 12 counts…

BREAKING: Timberland shooter identified (Updated)

BREAKING: Timberland shooter identified (Updated)

UPDATE: (2/6/14 11:00 a.m.) The Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tallahassee Regional Operations Center, Perry Police Department and Taylor County Sheriff’s Office are investigating, with assistance from the FBI, a…

FDLE reviewing Taylor cases in crime lab probe

The Perry Police Department (PPD) is reviewing 20-25 drug cases which may have been affected by the actions of a Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) chemist in its Pensacola…

Georgia native, former Marine killed in crash at CR 30/Old Dixie

Georgia native, former Marine killed in crash at CR 30/Old Dixie

Downed trees at the end of the intersection of Old Dixie Highway and C.R. 30/Foley Road were the only visible signs of a horrific accident that claimed the life of…

Biorefinery pilot plant nears full production

Biorefinery pilot plant nears full production

The Stan Mayfield Biorefinery Pilot Plant located at Buckeye looks to hit near full production in the next few weeks, University of Florida Professor Dr. Lonnie Ingram told the Perry…

Eyeing a run for office? Register today

A month into the new year, there are seven filed or announced candidates for the seven open local seats that will be featured on the 2014 ballot. School board member…

Confessed killer: ‘I took things too far’

Confessed killer: ‘I took things too far’

By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI / Staff writer Pacing in the limited area around the defense table, admitted murderer Raymond Mark Lee was careful to avoid eye contact with the slight…

Hampton files city code violation complaints against horse owners

Perry City Councilwoman Shirlie Hampton raised a few eyebrows Tuesday night when she stated she had filed code enforcement violation complaints against city residents who have horses on their property.…