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Houck seeks to regain county seat; Reaves sets sights on Dist. 1

Taylor County’s candidate ranks continue to swell with two additional residents declaring their race intentions. Former county commissioner Lonnie A. Houck Jr. will seek a return to his Dist. 3…

Woman, 21, pinned inside crashed car

Woman, 21, pinned inside crashed car

A 21-year-old Perry woman is home recovering after being pinned inside her vehicle after it crashed early Saturday, March 12, on Puckett Road. Kesunte Weaver was rushed by ambulance to…

Fire at Gilman’s

Fire at Gilman’s

Taylor County Fire Rescue and the City of Perry Fire Department responded to a “chip bin” fire at Gilman Building Products Monday, shortly after 1 p.m. Crews extinguished lower level…

April 19 trial date set for Strickland murder case

A new trial date has been set for Garrett Arrowood’s capital murder case, originally slated for Feb. 22. The courts have set aside four days in April for what is…

White sandy beach awaits at Hodges Park

White sandy beach awaits at Hodges Park

Hodges Park in Keaton Beach has received a major facelift from county crews who repainted the facility, cleared away much of the existing plant growth and deposited about 800 tons…

Bulldogs fall 10-2 to Pensacola Catholic

The Taylor County High varsity baseball team fell to district foe Pensacola Catholic here Friday by a score of 10-2. The Bulldogs gave up 6 runs in the first inning…

‘Good year’ for county with Legislature

Each year when the Florida Legislature is in session, local officials turn their attention to Tallahassee to see what, if any, allocations will come this way, as well as to…

County hopes to move forward with foreclosure on derelict Cedar Island home

County hopes to move forward with foreclosure on derelict Cedar Island home

County officials are hopeful that a nearly six-year saga surrounding an Cedar Island abandoned home which is falling into increasing disrepair will soon reach its final chapter. Neighboring property owners…

Hampton in hot water?

Hampton in hot water?

City council representative Shirlie Hampton, who has found herself in the middle of questionable actions and possible Sunshine Law violations since her election to the board four years ago, is…

Dyal announces retirement

Dyal announces retirement

With a short one-sentence statement during Tuesday’s Taylor County School Board meeting, Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal announced he would not seek re-election this year, leaving a third local race…