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Taco times
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Its all about da crab this weekend in Steinhatchee!Steinhatchee is getting set to party ddler crab-style with the returns of its sixth annual Fiddler Crab Festival this weekend, Feb. 14-16. For festival highlights, please see page A-8.Through With ChewDid you know that chewing tobacco places more nicotine into your bloodstream than cigarettes? The Florida Department of Health in Taylor County invites you to learn more about chewing tobacco during Through With Chew Week, which begins Feb. 16. Find the right alternative for you with Ways to Quit at TobaccoFreeFlorida.com, ofcials encouraged.Blount will be special guest at African-American History Month CelebrationNFL standout and Perry native LeGarrette Blount will be the special guest at the 2014 African-American History Month Celebration planned Saturday, Feb. 22, at Jerkins Community Center, from 2-4 p.m. Families of local civil rights leaders will be honored and a local talent show will highlight the programs entertainment. The 2014 national theme for the month is The Golden Jubilee of the Civil Rights Act.Free legal workshop FridayLegal Services of North Florida, Inc., will host a free legal education workshop at the Taylor County Public Library Friday, Feb. 14, at 11 a.m. The topic will be Dealing with Financial Crisis. No registration is necessary. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes 50 One Section53rd year, No. 7www.perrynewspapers.comWednesdayFebruary 12, 2014 Index Living . ...................... A-4 Religion . ................... A-6 Sports . ..................... A-7 Community . .............. A-8 Editorial . .................. A-9 Classieds . ............ A-12Weather Wednesday 56 5090% Thursday60 41 News Forum Deputy remains in stable, but critical condition at Shands Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) Deputy Robert Lundy remains in stable, but critical condition after being transferred to Shands Hospital in Gainesville Friday night, Feb. 7, where he underwent additional surgery. Lundys wife, Kelly, posted the following update on her social media account Saturday: I would like to thank Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) for the wonderful care they gave Robert. Around the clock, non-stop, hardworking nurses and doctors working tirelessly to give him the best care they could. They did a great job and we will forever be grateful to them for saving my husbands life. With that being said here is an update. Roberts kidneys are still not working as well as they need to be. They have had a lot of trauma in the past few days. They are going to start him on dialysis. This is only temporary. They had to do emergency surgery last night (Friday) and removed his gallbladder. He will undergo another surgery at 8 a.m. in the morning Please see page 10Law enforcement ofcials are still searching for the suspect in a Monday afternoon robbery at Citizens State Bank. Shortly before 4 p.m., an unidentied black male entered the Citizens State Bank, located at 2000 South Byron Butler Parkway in Perry, Perry Police Department (PPD) ofcials said. The suspect demanded cash, took an undisclosed amount and left the bank. The suspect exited the west doors of the bank and ed from the area southeast across a busy highway to what we believe was an awaiting, light-colored SUV. No bank tellers, customers or rst responders were injured during the robbery, according to PPD. Following the robbery, PPD ofcers blocked the entrances to the banks parking lot and a Doctors Memorial Hospital ambulance was parked just outside the banks main doors. The suspect, who as of presstime remained at large, is described as a black male with medium build, approximately 5 and 175 pounds in his late 20s to mid 40s. He wore a black Bank robber remains at large Please see page 2 The Perry Police Department responded in force to Citizens State Bank Monday afternoon in A four-year-old child was present at a home where four suspects were arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine on the premises. The child was turned over to a responsible adult and the four suspects were booked the Taylor County Jail on charges of manufacturing meth and possession of drug paraphernalia. A fth suspect was booked on a charge of tampering with evidence. The Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce department of investigations received information regarding the home meth lab which helped lead to the arrests. Processed meth ready for consumption, along with chemicals and numerous other items used to manufacture meth, were seized at the residence on Pharo Morgan Road. Two cook bottles used for the shake-n-bake method of producing meth were also seized. A hazardous materials clean-up crew was dispatched out of Jacksonville to the location to secure the hazardous Five face meth charges William Matthews Paul WisenbakerPlease see page 3 $133 million spent on FDOT road projects in Taylor since 2005 Since 2005, the Florida Department of Tranportation (FDOT) has spent $133 million on road projects in Taylor County, with $24 million spent here on roadways outside the state highway system. That was the message brought by Jordan Green from FDOTs District 2 ofce during a talk with the Perry Rotary Club last week. District 2 in one of seven in the state, and spans 18 counties from Taylor in the west to the Atlantic coast in the east and Alachua and Levy counties in the south, and includes the cities of Jacksonville and Gainesville. The district also features 2,700 lane miles on the state highway system, 1,200 bridges and approximately two million people. Please see page 3 Representatives from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) spoke to the Perry Rotary Club last week about past, current and future construction projects in Taylor County. Shown above are: (from l to r) Rural

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A-3 Taco Times February 12, 2014 The governor is stressing economic development, Green said. We are an economic development agency. We are striving to build the most efcient transportation system. According to Green, District 2 is set to spend a total of $900 million on 80 construction projects in the current scal year. Looking ahead, projects totaling $40 million are scheduled for Taylor County over the next ve years. That will grow as we build out the fourth and fth years of that program, Green said. FDOT is currently working on three bridge projects in Taylor, and Public Information Ofcer Laurie Windham provided updates on their progress. The $10.9 million U.S. 98 bridge replacement project over the Aucilla River is expected to be completed by mid-March. The project began in October 2011. Meanwhile, the Fenholloway bridge replacement on U.S. 27 is just beginning, and Windham warned of possible lane closures as crews clean and scrub the area in preparation of the construction work. A temporary metal bridge will be built just south of the existing bridge. Once construction of the temporary bridge is complete, trafc will shift to it so the old bridge can be torn down. The road will remain open to trafc, but motorists should expect lane closures and allow extra travel time in the area, Windham said. The new bridge will remain a two-lane bridge with 12-foot travel lanes, 10-foot wide emergency lanes and a 32-inch high concrete barrier wall along each side. FDOT hired Anderson Columbia Company, Inc., of Lake City to complete the work, which is expected to take about a year, for $2.1 million. The project ofcially began Jan. 6 and is currently on schedule. The third project, which began last week, includes repairs to the two U.S. 19 bridges over the Fenholloway. The northbound bridge, built in 1934 and reconstructed in 1958, has a surface in need of repair, however the structure of the bridge is in good condition, Windham said. Crews will remove up to three inches of concrete with a high-power stream of water, sealing the exposed steel and constructing a new concrete deck. The southbound bridge, built in 1959, is having its deck pressure-cleaned and sealed. The joints of both the northbound and southbound bridges are being replaced. U.S. 19 will remain open to trafc with a temporary barrier wall being placed on the northbound bridge. FDOT hired M & J Construction Company of Pinellas County, Inc., of Tarpon Springs at a cost of $666,000. materials, Capt. Ron Rice said. Ashley Gage Adams, 22; William Berry Matthews, 30; Sherri Ann Grambling, 39; and Jamie Lynn Baumgardner, 26, were all charged with manufacturing meth and manufacture drug paraphernalia. William Paul Wisenbaker, 48, was charged with tampering with evidence. Rice said the investigation remains on-going and other charges are pending. What a sweetheart! Puppy love is waiting for you at the Taylor the shelter today for more information, 838METH Continued from page 1 Investigation on-going, other charges pending $133 MILLION Continued from page 1 On U.S. 2 7 New bridge to be built over Fenholloway

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A-4 Taco Times February 12, 2014 Living Congratulations, Danielle and Sedrick The sign says it all: Danielle Robinson was selected as Teacher of the Year for Taylor County Elementary School for 2013-14. The Non-Instructional Employee of the Year award went to Sedrick Jones. Families of the honorees came for the presentation, and Principal Chuck Finley congratulated both for their dedicated service to the school and its students. Lynne Reynolds was named Teacher of the Year for Steinhatchee School, 2013-14. Reynolds, who taught at Perry Primary (3 years) and Taylor County Elementary (6 years). Shes just awesome, said Steinhatchee Principal Julie Hurst. Mary Crawford was chosen as NonInstructional Employee of the Year at Steinhatchee School. Plaques chosen by Principal Hurst featured a representation of a high-top tennis shoe and commended both honorees for going the distance for our children. On January 11Bryant, Cook marry in Georgia, reception follows in Tallahassee In a family ceremony at Attapulgus, Ga., on Jan. 11, 2014, Shelby Bryant of Tallahassee and Adam Cook of Perry were married. The brides parents are Larry and Cindy Bryant of Attapulgus, and Ms. Victoria Miller of Panama City. The ceremony took place at the Bryant home, conducted by the brides mother, Victoria Miller. A dinner reception followed that evening in Tallahassee, attended by many friends and family members of the couple. The introduction of the couple, special comments and prayer were offered by Michael Crews, secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections and a longtime friend of the brides family. The bride is a 2008 graduate of Chiles High School in Tallahassee. She is currently pursuing a degree in accounting while employed in the nancial ofce of Tallahassee Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep. The groom is the son of Don and Dianne Cook of Perry. A 2007 graduate of Taylor County High School, he earned a business degree from Webber International University in 2011. He is employed by the Florida Department of Corrections in Wakulla County. The couple makes their home in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Adam CookSteinhatchee honorees

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Religion A-6 Taco Times February 12, 2014 Faith Baptist plans lunch, music by The Marksmen Faith welcomes all The community is invited to a concert by The Marksmen at Faith Baptist Church on Saturday, Feb. 15. The Marksmen, from Georgia, perform bluegrass and country-style gospel music. Some of the members of the group have performed with such greats as The Oaks and The Kinsgmen. Lunch will be served at noon, followed by the concert. There is no charge. The congregation invites you to Come and eat, socialize, and enjoy some incredible gospel music.Florida Boys come to ChieandThe Florida Boys Gospel Group will be coming to the First United Methodist Church of Chieand on Saturday, March 8, at 7 p.m. In lieu of an admission fee, a love offering will be taken. For more information on the concert, please call (352) 493-4627 or visit www.theoridaboys.net.Performance canceled at Antioch The Tampa chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America that was scheduled to perform at Antioch M. B. Church on Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. has been cancelled due to a community conict. The workshop performance will be re-scheduled at a later date. ObituariesCedric Abner McElveen Jr.Cedric Abner C.A. McElveen Jr., 63, of Perry, died Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, at his residence following an extended illness. He was born May 31, 1950, in Thomasville, Ga., to Cedric Abner McElveen Sr. and Doris Dasher McElveen. He was a Baptist and a 1969 graduate of Taylor County High School. Mr. McElveen worked for Buckeye as a waste disposal operator for more than 10 years and was a member of the Triple Creek Hunting Club as well as a life member of the North American Hunting Club. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include: two sons, Samuel J. McElveen and wife Jenny, of Lee, and Patrick Chad McElveen of Perry; one daughter, Dori Hernandez, and husband Johnny, of Perry; one brother, Wayne McElveen, and wife Wanda, of Perry; one sister, Linda Marie Grantham, and husband Clyde, of Perry; ve grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13, at Woodlawn Cemetery with Pastor Cricket Watson ofciating. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday evening, Feb. 12, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home which is in charge of arrangements. Gertrude Mathis FitzpatrickMrs. Gertrude Mathis Fitzpatrick, 97, of Dowling Park, died Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, at Shands in Live Oak. She was born Dec. 5, 1916, in Marianna to John and Nellie (Johnson) Brown. Mrs. Fitzpatrick was a member of Greystone Methodist Church in Dothan, Ala. She was active in her church and Sunday school class. She was preceded in death by: her parents, John Drew and Nellie Jane Brown; her husbands, James Walter Mathis and Stewart Burgess Fitzpatrick; brothers, James Wilson Brown, John Wallace Brown and Carl Edward Brown. Surviors include: her nieces, Deloris Morgan and her husband Dennis of Perry, Judy Ann Brown of Malone, Betty Jane Sullivan and her husband Max of Lynn Haven; her nephews, Jimmy Wayne Brown and his wife Vickie of Perry, James Brown Jr. and his wife Vickie of Vernon; and a host of great nieces and nephews. Graveside Services will be held at Old Cottonwood Cemetery on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 1 pm CST in Cottonwood, Ala., with Pastor John Sanders and Pastor Mike Pearson ofciating. In lieu of owers, memorial contributions may be made to Haven Hospice of Lake City. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home of Perry.James Wade BaumgardnerJames Wade Baumgardner, 53, of Perry, died Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. He was born Aug. 27, 1960, in Gainesville, to Ted and Hazel (Johnson) Baumgardner Jr. Mr. Baumgardner, a Christian, was preceded in death by his father, Ted Baumgardner, and a sister, Patricia Poppell. He is survived by: his wife of 26 years Jackie (Jones) Baumgardner of Perry; ve children, Jana, Jamie, Jeremy, Jina and Justin Baumgardner; his mother, Hazel Baumgardner of Perry; one brother, Rod Baumgardner; ve sisters, Linda Houck, Susan Barrett, Marlene Doyle, Karen Baumgardner Bodiford and Kim Tanner; 3 grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Pineview Memorial Cemetery with David McMullen ofciating. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.Julian W. Huffmaster Julian W. Huffmaster, 88, of Perry, died Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, at Doctors Memorial Hospital. He was born July 30, 1925 in Greenville, to Walter and Ida (Brannen) Huffmaster. Mr. Huffmaster was a member of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Shady Grove. He served during World War II in the U.S. Navy. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife of 22 years, Gail Huffmaster; and his son, Michael Huffmaster. Survivors include: his daughters, Pattie Woodruff of Ft. Myers and Carla Dudley of Tallahassee; his son, Kenneth (Kay) Dudley of Perry; grandchildren, Nikki Stallins, Lacey Woodruff, Ashley McCranie, Daniel Dudley and Dylan Dudley; four great grandchildren; caretaker, Bobbie Ann Jolley; as well as a host of nieces and nephews, inlaws, cousins, and friends. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home with Pastor Danny Lundy and Pastor Tyler Campbell ofciating. Interment followed in Evergreen Cemetery in Greenville. The family received friends at 2 p.m. prior to the service. Memorial contributions may be made to Taylor Senior Citizens Center. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.Althea M. SlaughterAlthea Murray Slaughter, 89, a resident of Columbia, Tenn., died Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. She was born Dec. 23, 1924, in Abilene, Texas, to Morgan Higdon Carter and Jane Althea Houston. Mrs. Slaughter described herself as a homemaker, although she sewed professionally, specializing in bridal clothes. Her stitching extended beyond sewing to needlepoint and crocheting which she used as a ministry. She was well known for stitching stocking caps and stuffed animals for children being treated at hospitals in Perry and Gainesville. Her talents also won her numerous blue ribbons in district and state Womens Club shows. Mrs. Slaughter also ministered faithfully through the Church of Christ in Jacksonville, Tampa and Perry as well as served as a Sunday School teacher and ladies Bible class teacher. She and her husband, Oakley, owned Towne Square Grocery in Perry. Mrs. Slaughter was the chaplain of the Perry Womans Club, a member of the Business and Professional Womens Club of Perry, as well as a member of the Perry Garden Club. She also served as a troop leader for the Cub Scouts and the Girl Scouts. The family received friends Tuesday, Feb. 4, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home, and again one hour prior to the service which was held Wednesday, Feb. 5, beginning at 11 a.m. at the Williams Funeral Home in Columbia with Jim Cox ofciating and Eddie Rogers leading the singing. Burial followed at Polk Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers included her grandsons and grandsons-in-law: Chris Alley, Mike Rapp, Trace Blankenship, Kevin Demoff, C.J. Blankenship, Jon Blankenship and Chris Blankenship. Mrs. Slaughter is survived by her husband of more than 70 years, V. Oakley Slaughter of Columbia; one son, Robert (Pam) Slaughter of Columbia; two daughters, Candace (Claude) Blankenship of Brentwood, Tenn., and Deborah (Alan) Rowley of Melbourne, Australia; two sisters, Cornelia (Dr. Richard) Sundermann of Little Rock, Ark., and Priscilla Holbert of Annandale, Va.; 10 grandchildren; 23 greatgrandchildren; as well as nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her son, Richard Greg Slaughter, as well as her brother, William H. Carter. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to Franklin County Evangelism Missions, c/o Stewartsville Church of Christ, P. O. Box 93, Cloverdale, AL 35617 or to World Evangelism, P. O. Box 72, Winona, MS 38967. Please see page 11

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Steinhatchee is preparing for a population explosion this weekend as thousands of visitors are expected take to the streets for the 6th annual Fiddler Crab Festival. Activities kick off this Friday and continue through Sunday, Feb. 14-16. A portion of the scheduled events include: The Crab Jam: starts Friday night featuring Natalie Nicole Green along with The Ultimate Cowboy Challenge. Tobacco Rd. Band will anchor the entertainment line-up Saturday night. The Swampwater Cook-Off: Saturday, Feb. 15, at the community center. Fiddler Crab Racing: buy a crab, enter one of 10 semi-nal races and with a winning crab, race in the nale. River Tours: hosted by local guide Steve Kroll, available from River Haven Marina docks. Arts and Crafts Vendors: Lining the streets around the community center, there is more than just something for everyone--there are lots of things for everyone. Plus, visit the Kids of All Ages area featuring a petting zoo, bungee jump and more. Seafood, sausage dogs, BBQ, kettle corn, funnel cakes and everything in between. Lots of Spots Fishing Tournament: an Angler Contest held on Saturday with anglers shing against each other in local waters from boats, the shore, a ramp or a docks for redsh (aka red drum and red bass). Spots are counted by ofcials and the sh with the most spots is the winner. Poker Run: for motorcycles, golf carts, runners and cyclists; two routes available. For a complete event schedule, contact the Steinhatchee River Chamber of Commerce at (352) 356-8185 or visit online at www. steinhatcheeriverchamber. org. A-8 Taco Times February 12, 2014 Community Cowboys, swampwater & crabs! Steinhatchee festival has it all The sixth annual Fiddler Crab Festival will feature live music performances www.steinhatchee riverchamber.org Schedule of Events The Steinhatchee Community Projects Board has announced it will donate 50% of the proceeds raised from the annual Duck was injured in the line will begin when the tide is right Saturday Find us online at www.perry newspapers.com

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A-10 Taco Times February 12, 2014 (Saturday). This is just a precautionary exploratory surgery to make sure everything is still good. He will undergo several more of these in the next few days before the doctors close the area up. He still has the breathing tube. This is going to be a long and rough road for Robert, but he can do it. He has already proven how strong and tough he is. He is a ghter and has been ghting the whole time. I love this man more than I could ever express. The great thing about it is that everyone around us knows how much we love each other but more importantly we know how much we love each other. I know this man loves me and he knows I love him. That gives me so much comfort. We told each other how much we love each other that day and the night before and the day before and the day before that. I cant tell you what a great feeling that is. God has his hands wrapped around Robert and is keeping him safe. Thank you God for your mercy and love. Lundy was on the scene when Earl Edward Clague Jr., 51, drove his truck through the front lobby of the Timberland Ford dealership last Wednesday morning and opened re. The deputy, who was on duty, was in the back service area of the dealership and immediately responded. Gunre was exchanged and Clague was killed. Lundy and two employees were shot and are recovering at local hospitals while three additional victims suffered minor injuries, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) ofcials said. The identities of those injured (except for Lundy) have not been released. An investigation into the shooting continues with joint efforts from TCSO, Perry Police Department, FDLE and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Members of the Taylor County Sheriffs department have been on hand outside Lundys room since the shooting occurred last week. Ofcers have been operating on approximately 12-hour shifts and continued the practice after Lundy was transferred to Shands. Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell has also been attentive to the needs of Lundys family and ofcers from Taylor County. An Alachua deputy has joined TCSOs deputies in the 12-hour shifts at Shands. Hotel rooms have been furnished to the ofcers and families, and food has been delivered as well. Another surgery was performed Monday morning. Ofcers said they were being told it was routine for the type of wound Lundy suffered. Lundy has been undergoing dialysis at Shands. Doctors said Monday his kidney function was starting to improve so they are encouraged. Community support for the deputy and his family gains momentum everyday, with special collection accounts set up both here in Perry and at the familys church in Steinhatchee. A special blanket made to look like an American ag was presented to the family and an additional t-shirt fund-raising campaign was launched earlier this week. An outpouring of support continues to bolster the men and women of the TCSO as they come to terms with having a fellow ofcer shot while on duty, Sheriff L.E. Bummy Williams said. This is the rst and only incident within his department Williams recalls where an on-duty ofcer was shot and critically injured. The support for our department has been just wonderful, he said. Timberland Ford owner Brett Falicon shared the same sentiment when reached Tuesday. Everybody has been amazing. The outpouring of concern and support everything I ever put out in the community is all coming back to me. It is just unbelievable. Falicon said the dealership re-opened for business Monday and we have already sold three or four vehicles. Timberland re-opened Monday, owner Falicon said support from community has been amazing DEPUTY Continued from page 1 Deputy Robert Lundy and family

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