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Thanksgiving was more than food and football for Taylor police, it also included exercise and an arrest. Anthony Tanskley, 33, of Taylor, took police on a short chase before he was arrested last week on Thanksgiving.

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The city of Taylor will be kicking off the Christmas season with several holiday events the first weekend in Taylor. On Friday, Dec. 6, the Main Street program will host the annual Taylor Wine Swirl, and on Saturday, Dec. 7, the public is invited to a Christmas Fair and a Tree Lighting cerem…

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Taylor will get to experience the birth of Jesus Christ and the historical events that led up to it at the 12th annual live nativity scene Saturday, Dec. 14 and Sunday, Dec. 15 at Immanuel Lutheran Church from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Taylor can expect to feel the Christmas spirit this weekend, as the Wine Swirl, the Christmas Fair, and the parade and tree lighting will start the Christmas season.

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A father and son had arrests and charges that mirrored each other after committing the same crime on different days in different locations. 

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Thanksgiving was more than food and football for Taylor police, it also included exercise and an arrest. Anthony Tanskley, 33, of Taylor, took police on a short chase before he was arrested last week on Thanksgiving.

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Young competitors vie for top spot and hope for blue ribbons at the 2019 Williamson County Livestock Show Tuesday, Dec. 3 at the Williamson County Expo Center.

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New attraction adds to holiday traditions

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The city of Taylor will be kicking off the Christmas season with several holiday events the first weekend in Taylor. On Friday, Dec. 6, the Main Street program will host the annual Taylor Wine Swirl, and on Saturday, Dec. 7, the public is invited to a Christmas Fair and a Tree Lighting cerem…

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Taylor will get to experience the birth of Jesus Christ and the historical events that led up to it at the 12th annual live nativity scene Saturday, Dec. 14 and Sunday, Dec. 15 at Immanuel Lutheran Church from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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The ballot for Reader’s Choice is in today’s edition (page 11), and this is your final chance to vote for your favorites. Ballots will not be accepted after 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4. 

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HUTTO – Four drug dealers were arrested after an investigation where officers learned the suspects had been selling drugs all across Williamson County. 

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Whether flying high to protect American skies or saving fellow soldiers in the line of duty, United States Air Force Pilot Roger Youngblood has lived a life of bravery in the face of danger and has lived to tell the tale.

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Santa Claus has started making his list as Christmas fast approaches. As always, the Taylor Press has agreed to help the Jolly Ol’ Gent with his mail needs. We will be collecting children’s letters to Santa in the decorated box inside our office during normal business hours, 211 W. Third St.…

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Last week, vandals found a way around a lock and into a shed for a second time - through the wall. 

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The holiday season is underway, and police encourage people to be cautious, safe and more careful in securing their vehicles. 

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Taylor’s business community just got more diverse as new eatery Say Cheese gave jobs and new purpose to special needs individuals Saturday, Nov. 23 with a soft opening inside Sweet and Southern Finds.

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Zion Chapel Missionary Baptist Church brought local families and friends together as they hosted a thanksgiving dinner Saturday, Nov. 23, putting their own spin on the national holiday. The doors of Zion Church swung open with volunteer church members awaiting guests with dressing, turkey, g…

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Crowds of church members flooded the parking lot of Oasis Church to attend the church’s annual fall giveaway held Thursday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. A line of friendly-faced volunteer church members greeted guests at the door. Once inside, guests were treated to boxes of free items, such as toys, s…

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WILCO – On Nov. 5, 62% of Williamson County voters approved the county issuing bonds not to exceed $412 million for road safety and mobility projects. This past Tuesday, Nov. 19, the Williamson County Commissioners Court took the first step moving forward with these projects by advertising f…

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What once was a historical building has now turned into a modern day living quarter, as Second and Main Loft Project Manager Darwin Harrison gave an update on the building at a Rotary meeting Thursday, Nov. 14 at Sirloin Stockade.

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The East Williamson County Collaborative organization voiced transportation concerns on behalf of their clients at a meeting with Capital Area Rural Transportation Services (CARTS) representatives Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Taylor ISD Literacy Center.

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HUTTO – The Hutto City Council approved a separation agreement with City Manager Odis Jones. Jones was hired by the city in 2016 as a change agent to restore financial solvency to the city and spur economic growth.  

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The 2020 Chamber and Community Awards banquet committee has announced the caterer and a few of the auction items for the annual event 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at the Williamson County Expo Center. 

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Trinity Lutheran Church stopped by the Shepherd’s Heart Food Pantry and donated the proceeds from their Annual Fall Fest Fundraiser, which was held Sunday, Sept. 15.

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Council authorized funds for the Public Arts Fund after receiving an update from the Public Arts Board during a meeting Thursday, Nov. 14.

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Parade goers saw a lot pride and generational effects of the hard work and legacy of Dr. James Lee Dickey at the fifth annual Dr. James Lee Dickey Day Parade & Health Fair Saturday, Nov. 16.

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Temperatures dropped into the low 30s last week, as a result, some ice on the road caused a minor accident Friday morning. 

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The annual Parade of Lights will get a little brighter this year with addition of a tree lighting after the parade. 

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Last week, a juvenile on a bicycle was taken to a local hospital for evaluation after a collision with a vehicle. 

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Former Taylor ISD employee John Wuensche addressed the Taylor ISD school board Monday night addressing his concern over a response from the board about the Level III grievance of harassment and wrongful termination that was filed. 

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