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Thank you

Thank you

Although Taylor County Historical Society President J.T. Davis was at the Perry City Council meeting Tuesday to thank members for supporting the Rocking New Year’s Eve event, he himself was…

Commission hires Lakey

Ted Lakey of Port St. Joe will be Taylor County’s new administrator. The Taylor County Commission unanimously approved a two-year contract with Lakey during a special meeting Monday evening, and…

Meeks Twice as nice hearing delayed

Inmate Douglas R. Meeks is no doubt counting the days until he is removed from Death Row and transferred to a general population correctional institution to serve out a life…

Twice as nice

Twice as nice

With their Jan. 4, 2017, arrival, Zayne Anthony Murphy and Autumn Raelynn Bolden became Taylor County’s “New Year’s Babies for 2017.” PHOTOS: (Above) Zayne is the son of Colby and…

County lobbies for an earlier start to 2017 scallop season

With the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) considering possible changes to the annual scallop season, the Taylor County Commission has passed a resolution requesting the state agency to…

Federal grant could help local homeowners

Was your property damaged by Hurricane Hermine? Even if it wasn’t, is your property in a flood zone and at risk for repetitive damage from future storms? If either of…

It’s cold outside

It’s cold outside

red Freeze warnings were issued this past weekend with nightly lows reaching into the 20s. The newly installed fountain at Rosehead Park, which is originally from the former Hotel Hampton,…

Steinhatchee mourns loss of ‘two very good citizens’

Robert and Susan Archibald were not native to Steinhatchee, but like so many others, they embraced the community and soon became an integral part of its small-town family. Friends are…

Hermine cost county $1 million; officials seeking reimbursement

Hermine cost county $1 million; officials seeking reimbursement

Taylor County officials are continuing to work on securing reimbursement for at least a portion of the more than $1 million spent in recovery efforts following Hurricane Hermine’s September landfall.…

Office shuffle underway at courthouse

Let the shuffling begin. In the wake of the State Attorney’s Office’s recent move from the county courthouse to the former FairPoint Communications building, the Taylor County Commission agreed this…