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Cruce death will go before a grand jury

The State Attorney’s Office will present the facts related to the Aug. 7 death of a 22-year-old Madison man to a grand jury, which will then decide if charges are…

Sheffield earns Main Street’s highest honor

Four more Secretary of State Florida Main Street awards were added to the Main Street Perry collection after the conclusion of last week’s annual Florida Main Street Conference held in…

County votes to refinance $11.2 million balance of hospital construction debt

The Taylor County Commission unanimously agreed Monday to refinance the remaining $11.2 million in debt the county owes from constructing and equipping Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH). The hospital bonds are…

SR 51 closed, again

SR 51 between Steinhatchee and Tennille is once again closed after the sink hole responsible for the roadway’s initial closure expanded this past weekend to affect both lanes. “The existing…

Health in All Places

Health in All Places

State Surgeon General and Secretary of Health Dr. John Armstrong visited the Boys & Girls Club of North Central Florida (Taylor County branch) to highlight their commitment to helping children…

UPDATED: SR 51 closed again after sinkhole expands

UPDATE: According to Taylor County Emergency Management, FDOT has again closed SR 51 at the sink hole three miles north of Steinhatchee. “The existing sinkhole began to expand Saturday and…

City’s $5 million ‘secure’

While BioNitrogen, the company working to construct a $300 million urea fertilizer plant in Taylor County, continues to experience delays, local officials say the $5 million collateral guarantee provided by…

Wednesday afternoon crash

Wednesday afternoon crash

A Perry man sustained minor injuries Wednesday when the Jeep he was driving rolled four times, crushing the passenger’s side of the roof like a tin can. Terry Mathis Kaiser,…

Former AMTEC executive arrested

A former vice president with AMTEC-Less Lethal Systems, Inc., turned himself in to authorities Tuesday to face charges of grand theft. Michael “Mike” Aultman, 46, was booked on a charge…

City’s outstanding liens top $384,000

City’s outstanding liens top $384,000

Once code enforcement avenues are exhausted and property owners fail to take action regarding overgrown weed/grass complaints, then city crews step in. When city workers mow and/or clean up a…