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For the 15th year, the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was remembered in the streets of Taylor.

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The Taylor Fire Department invites the community to observe a traditional push-in ceremony for Fire Engine 2, the department’s newest truck. The ceremony will be Saturday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. at Fire Station 1 located at 200 Washburn. The event is free and open to the public.

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To keep the city’s cemetery adequately funded, annual rate raises might be needed for another three years.

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A dot could mean a lot when it comes to the future of Taylor parks.

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When it comes to charting a course for success, several were recognized last Tuesday for accomplishing just that.

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The Dickey-Givens Community Center’s new home is on the way.

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A meeting for Bull Branch Park and Murphy Park will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the American Legion, 1310 Sycamore St. A meeting for Fannie Robinson Park will be 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Jerusalem Pentecostal Church, 908 E. MLK Blvd. Citizens are encouraged to attend and prov…

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As 2020 began, the Taylor Press welcomed new Senior Reporter Fernando Castro to the staff. Castro has previously been working for Granite Publications as a page designer for numerous affiliated newspapers and looks forward to bringing his journalism talents back to the main stage.

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The future of Taylor and surrounding communities can soon be shaped with new or familiar faces.

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An execution of two search warrants turned into an appearance from SWAT and a helicopter circling south Taylor last week. As a result, six people were arrested for crimes committed in Williamson and Milam counties.

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The city of Taylor Parks and Recreation Department wants Taylor citizen’s input on the future of Bull Branch Park, Murphy Park and Fannie Robinson Park as it begins to develop Master Plans for each park.

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Roads in Taylor are closed for special events regularly, but sometimes the closed roads are specifically closed sets.

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The Leo Livingston Fund grant committee is actively accepting applications to help local non-profit organizations again this year.

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After the passing of “Mama Duck” Naomi Pasemann, the residents of Taylor are now mourning the loss of another noble citizen, Calvin Janak.

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Just before Christmas, firefighters extinguished an electrical fire on the roof level of the manufacturing plant at Durcon.

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Murphy Park’s miniature golf course has been dormant for years, but the American Legion seeks to revive it.

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A north Taylor home is essentially gone after a fire broke out this past Sunday.

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An accident last Friday ended with a car flipped over but no major injuries.

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With 2019 officially in the books, some of the community’s best will be recognized for their accomplishments this past year.

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Visitors to Taylor from the west are getting a different welcome in the new year.

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Just before New Year’s Day, the Taylor community mourned the loss of Naomi Pasemann.

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The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. will be remembered with a walk through the streets of Taylor later this month.

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Rural flood control dams in east Williamson County have gone without thorough inspections in decades. That changed in November.

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The death of Naomi Pasemann saddened the Taylor community, but her contributions to the community and her effort to help others will live on through the people she inspired.

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