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Nashville Band looks for love

November 27, 2006

My name’s Jason Parker and I play bass for my band Bixler in Nashville, TN. We’re trying our best to make it and are wanting to get the word out about our band to anyone &…

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New Rave gets rave

November 27, 2006

From faithful reader: Hey, I know you guys have covered this, but wanted to make sure you saw a film there. I saw a screening and was astounded at the quality of the digital image. It’s…

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Cities may takeover sewer utility

November 27, 2006

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports Pembroke Pines, Pembroke Park, Dania Beach and West Park are meeting this week to discuss how to make Hollywood (who provides them sewer) give them a say in the operation…

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Back off, Old Man

November 27, 2006

Stephen Colbert speaks out for every son, including Pres. Bush. Click to view…

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Life without ABC

November 27, 2006

If ABC was dropped by Mediacom today, I wouldn’t get to watch ABC’s Wife Swap and the finale of The Bachelor: Rome. Darn it.…

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2006 Hurricane predictions off

November 27, 2006

“Chicken Little” hurricane forecasters predicted a busy hurricane season that just never materialized. Here are the numbers as compiled by the Tampa Tribune: BY THE NUMBERS 9: The number of named storms this year 17: The…

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Mediacom-WEAR showdown on Friday

November 27, 2006

Will Mediacom pay WEAR $6/yr for every subscriber in Santa Rosa County and on Pensacola Beach? If Mediacom drops the ABC affiliate will WEAR drop its ad rates since it will lose 25%-30% of its market?…

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Rubio taps Benson, Sansom

November 24, 2006

Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio named on Wednesday Holly Benson as chairman of the House Safety and Security Council. Rep. Ray Sansom, R-Destin will lead the Policy & Budget Council, the most powerful one. Rep. Don…

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News Journal exaggerates market share

November 23, 2006

A Nov. 17 letter from PNJ advertising director Bobby Rice touts his paper has  “more than 236,000 adult readers every Monday through Friday,” which is an average of 47,200 per day. It also brags of more…

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GBHS girls soccer gone haywire

November 23, 2006

From IN Buzz:SOCCER TURMOIL Area high school soccer coaches are scratching their heads over what’s going on inside the winning Gulf Breeze High School girls’ soccer program. Three seniors, who have played every varsity game since…

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ECUA has money…lots

November 23, 2006

The 2005 audited financials show ECUA is the wealthiest utility in NWFL. ECUA has about $53.6 million in unrestricted assets. Its net assets are $230 million. In 2005, the utility’s revenues exceeded its expenses by $14…

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New Gulf Breeze UFO book out

November 23, 2006

Former WEAR TV 3 reporter Craig Myers has published a book on the 1987-88 Gulf Breeze UFO scare – War of the Words: The True but Strange Story of the Gulf Breeze UFO. Myers is now…

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We will never know if OJ did it

November 21, 2006

News Corp., the parent company of HarperCollins and the Fox network, has canceled publication of the O.J. Simpson book and FOX television special “If I Did It.” Darn it ….if the book don’t work, then give…

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Gov. Bush charged with boot camp death coverup

November 21, 2006

Miami Herald: Gov. Jeb Bush promised the parents of Martin Lee Anderson that his death would be resolved before he left office. Anderson died last January at the Bay County boot camp run by the local…