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AAU Wildcats to host invitational

The Taylor County Wildcats AAU basketball team will host the Wildcats Invitational this Saturday, June 28, at the Taylor County Middle School gym. Teams from Tallahassee, Quincy, Mayo and elsewhere…

Volleyball workouts will continue through July 31

Taylor County High volleyball coaches Tracy Barnes and Courtney Bethea will be holding summer workouts from now until July 31 in preparation for this fall’s varsity and junior varsity seasons.…

FWC operation cracks down on illegal fish, wildlife sales

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) recently concluded a joint operation with partner agencies designed to protect the environment, lawful businesses and public safety. During the four-day “Operation…

8U Girls Softball Team finishes season as district runner-up

Taylor County’s 8-U Girls All-star Softball team finished as runner-up in the District 3 tournament last week and are now headed to the Babe Ruth Softball State Championships to be…

Rode, Evans take top fish prizes in Nauti-Girl tourney

Winners from the 5th annual Nauti-Girls fishing tournament held on June 7th in Steinhatchee have been announced. In the redfish category, first place went to Angel Rode, 7.05 pounds; second…

FWC issues sturgeon warning for area rivers

Boaters on several North Florida rivers now through the end of summer are urged to go slow and be ready to react, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation…

Taylor to host 4 baseball tournaments next week

Some 20 to 25 youth baseball teams will descend upon Perry next week as the Taylor County Recreation Department hosts four Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth district tournaments. The Cal…

Summer volleyball workouts planned

Taylor County High volleyball coaches Tracy Barnes and Courtney Bethea will be holding summer workouts starting this week in preparation for this fall’s varsity and junior varsity seasons. The workouts…

FWC seeks public comment on proposed bass fishing changes

By BOB WATTENDORF / Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission It is time to speak out about Florida’s proposed change to largemouth bass management by filling out an online survey…

2 students earn their Shotokan black belts

Ashley Wallace and Jeremiah Owens were recently awarded their Shotokan Karate black belts from the American Shotokan Karate-do Kenkojuku Alliance. “Earning Black Belts at the Perry Shotokan Karate Dojo has…