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I voted just a few hours after the early voting polls opened. I proudly showed my identification, got my instructions and performed one of the most important things a citizen of this country should … more
As Halloween creeps closer, you may find yourself craving to carve a pumpkin.But how do you keep the newly sliced pumpkin fresh? Gardening expert and … more
MIDDLEBURG – Unlike the other speakers announcing Clay County would be one of the pilot counties for the state’s Coordinated Opioid Recovery (CORE) program, Tammy Bugely didn’t have prepared … more
Gov. Ron DeSantis is awarding $200 million in School Recognition Awards to 1,400 public schools for their performance during the 2021-22 school year. Eligible schools received a school grade of … more
Fresh statewide polling shows most independent voters back Gov. Ron DeSantis’ controversial decision to fly migrants to other states. A Spectrum News/Siena College Poll released Monday shows … more
By now, you should know the water may have been contaminated at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987. If not, you probably haven’t paid your cable and internet bill in the last three months. I never … more
Bubba Wallace put NASCAR in a tough spot last Sunday when he turned his Toyota into a 180-mph weapon against Kyle Larson. Upset that Larson passed him in the third turn, Wallace bounced off the wall … more
Reader believes student loan forgiveness is a good policyDear Editor:Don, I read with interest your (Sept. 15) piece on student debt forgiveness. To me, it is not a bad policy to benefit a segment of … more
If you haven’t spent time considering what your healthcare needs will be in the years or even decades from now, you’re not alone. Recent research suggests that many aging Americans aren’t … more
Charlie Crist was on the attack Monday, ripping Gov. Ron DeSantis over his mishandling of the Florida property insurance mess. “Gov. DeSantis let these insurance companies double Floridians’ … more
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is prepositioning supplies and personnel at “strategic locations” across three southeastern states before Hurricane Ian makes landfall in … more
Editor, Last week, I had the honor of representing Florida on Capitol Hill. Along with roughly 600 of my fellow American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network volunteers from across the country, I … more
The kickoff to football season is here again, and with it comes pizza, beer, wings and more. In a poll of 2,000 American men conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by Nutrisystem, 37% said they … more
Only Texas has banned books more frequently than Florida’s public schools, according to a national free speech organization that attributed two new pieces of the state’s legislation with an … more
I love this time of year. Major League Baseball is closing into the playoffs; NASCAR is in the playoffs; and, college football is off and running. I know the NFL season has kicked off. As a … more
As two Florida medical boards announced plans to start developing Florida-specific guidelines that doctors providing gender-affirming care must follow, state Medicaid officials were sued in federal … more
Student Debt: Freeloaders or victims? Dear Editor: I also struggled to get through college in the late sixties and early seventies. I started with night school classes and after many years … more
Please join me in celebrating Grandparent’s Day on Sept. 11 to honor the great contributions our elders make to our families and communities.As you know, children are remarkably perceptive. … more
This was a big week for me. I turned 65 today – Sept. 8 – and that makes me a target for phone calls from Joe Namath and Jimmie “J.J.” Walker and their Medicare plans. Sept. 8 also was my … more
Florida’s public university students seemed reluctant to fill out a controversial survey on so-called “intellectual freedom and viewpoint diversity” that was prompted by the Legislature, as … more
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