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Truck vs. golf cart

A 73-year-old Keystone Heights man, who also has a home in Steinhatchee, was airlifted to Shands Hospital in Gainesville Saturday night after a truck hit his golf cart. Gerald H.…

All veterans are invited to resource fair

Local, state and federal agencies will be on hand Monday, Feb. 23, for a regional Veterans Resource Fair to assist Taylor County veterans as well as those from surrounding counties.…

FWC plans Youth Spring Turkey Hunt Weekend Feb. 28-March 1

The Youth Spring Turkey Hunt Weekend in Florida is Feb. 28 – March 1 south of State Road 70, and March 14-15 in the rest of the state. This Saturday-Sunday…

Clark marks 33 years with PPD

Clark marks 33 years with PPD

By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI / Staff writer It was 1981 when a buddy asked Vern Clark to ride with him to a small North Florida town for a job interview…

DMH hires new EMS director

Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH) announced this week that Albert “Mac” Leggett has joined the management staff as director of Emergency Management Services (EMS). “We are thrilled to bring someone to…

Woman missing from Greenville nursing home

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) reports that Annie R. Paul, 72, last seen on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 8, at approximately 2:30 p.m., remains missing. Paul, originally from Gadsen County,…

Hospital CEO resigns

Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH) CEO Geri Forbes resigned Wednesday to take a similar position with Whidbey General Hospital in Coupeville, Wash. John Hornbuckle, chairman of the hospital’s board of directors,…

Clark retires as PPD chief

Clark retires as PPD chief

Perry Police Department Chief Vern Clark retires next week, and members of the Perry City Council honored his 33 years of service during their regular meeting Tuesday. Mayor Mike Deming…

Director leaving Main Street

Main Street Perry Program Director Meagan Robertson has resigned her position to take a job in Tallahassee. Her final day with the downtown revitalization organization will be Friday, Feb. 20.…

City Council continues work on special permits for alcohol sales

Perry City Council members continued talks regarding a policy that would allow alcohol sales during events hosted by local non-profit groups within the city limits. On Tuesday, the council settled…