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Puppy raising: Changing lives one dog at a time

By MELODY JAMESON SOUTH COUNTY — Dogs know. They are not the only domesticated animals demonstrating heightened sensitivity to needs of the human animal, but they certainly rank high. Take,…

Two HCC students chosen to attend Presidential Gala, Inauguration

By PENNY FLETCHER RUSKIN — They aren’t what you think of when you think of college students. They’re older, wiser, and have already set their goals. They are honor students…

For the New Year, set free your inner author

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The publishing industry, like so many other industries, has been thrown into disarray by the relentless growth of digital media. For publishing companies, that could well be…

Why aging makes Master Swimmers feel younger

By PENNY FLETCHER SUN CITY CENTER- Unlike many others over 65, members of the Sun City Center Swim Club often broadcast their age. “When I turned 40 I thought- oh…

Finding a home for the holidays

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN A family I don’t know is living in the only home I ever knew as a child. All of my memories of childhood Christmases and birthdays are…

Obituaries January 3, 2013

James R. Bennett James R. Bennett, 85 of Sun City Center, Fla passed away December 13, 2012 He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was a…

St. Augustine, Florida: America’s oldest city where everything old is new again, well…almost

WARREN RESEN – North American Travel Writers AssociationJEANNE O’CONNOR – photos In 1513, Ponce de Leon reportedly landed on the shores of La Florida at the spot where the city…

Observations: Something said, many times, many ways

I went through all of the motions, had even shopped for gifts, and still did not really appreciate that it was truly Christmas. It took a party at a nursing…

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