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Issue Date:
March 26, 2015


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Trenton’s Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival Dazzles Visitors
Starting with a cool overcast morning, and concluding in a bright sunny afternoon, the Eighth Annual Trenton’s Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival, March 21, 2015, was bigger and better than ever before.  Featuring 79 craft and food merchants, 20 quilt groups and ..... more




UF/IFASCALS Undergraduate to Present Autoimmune Research in D.C.
Brandon Lam studies protein and pathogens to hopefully find a solution to autoimmune diseases like lupus. His research is so good he has been chosen to present his work at an academic symposium in ...... more

The Big, Fat "American Worker Recruitment First" Lie of H-1B ~ Michelle Malkin


A Simple Question ~ Thomas Sowell


Lee Kuan Yew (1923-2015) ~ Thomas Sowell



Bogart Edges Out Mongo to Win Bronson Runoff

Katie Parks Bogart, a newcomer to Bronson politics, edged out Jerry Mongo Tuesday night to become the newest Bronson Town Council member.
The results of the runoff election will remain unofficial until the audit Monday.Bogart finished the night with ..... more




Mistaken Identity in Wal-Mart Molestation Case Sorted Out by City Police
Chiefland police have issued a sworn complaint for an Old Town man they allege followed a 10-year-old girl into a Wal-Mart Supercenter bathroom at the back of the store on Feb. 18 and molesting her in the bathroom stall, but the case is more bizarre because city police mistakenly arrested ​..... more​




Chiefland Requesting Joint Meeting about ALS Draft Report
Chiefland City Commissioners Monday instructed City Manager Mary Ellzey to arrange for a joint meeting with the county commission and the consultant who authored a draft report throwing cold water on the city’s efforts to add an Advanced Life Support non-transport unit to ..... more




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