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Hope drinking beer is still safe

According to an article in The Christian Science Monitor, each year, American meat eaters are responsible for 1.5 more tons of carbon dioxide per person…

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Delray Beach attacks housing with $200M

Touting it as the largest workforce-and-affordable housing development in Florida, the Delray Beach Housing Authority voted unanimously this morning to proceed with a $200 million,…

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UF wants students to fork over $500 more

University of Florida President Bernie Machen and state university system Chancellor Mark Rosenberg are pushing for $500-a-semester undergraduate fee. The bill gives the board that…

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Maygarden’s lobbyist report

The lobbyist compensation reports for the last quarter of 2006 have been released. The report only gives income ranges. For the 4th qtr. – J.L….

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Why has Aqua Teen Hunger Force been silent

Readers have wondered why the ATHF hasn’t endorsed either candidate for House Dist. 3. Maybe we should be asking Jack Bauer. Click here: 24 Hours…

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Dems claim House race is close

From the State Democratic Party: PENSACOLA RACE IS CLOSE: HELP CAMPBELL IN THE FINAL WEEK Liz Campbell’s grassroots campaign is catching fire. Thanks to your…

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Hawkshaw update

Wreckers are a no go. Other big, big names are coming back out of our $60K entertainment budget. We still have some offers out. We…

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Operations Brownsville clean up deadline

“Brownsville Residents Have Until Thursday to Clean Up” Residents of the Brownsville area have until Wednesday evening, Feb. 21, to clean their property of garbage…

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Stafford says early voting strong

Escambia County Supervisor of Elections David Stafford reports that his office has received 606 more requests for absentee ballots, a total of 3,395. In the…

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