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Obituaries: September 18, 2014

“For one brief shining moment, there was a spot known as Camelot” Charles J. DeRico Charles J. (Chuck) DeRico was born January 16, 1926, in Wayne, Pa. Charles entered Heaven September…

High-school Football: East Bay downs Alonso, Lennard goes 3-0 for first time, Brandon spears Sharks

High-school Football: East Bay downs Alonso, Lennard goes 3-0 for first time, Brandon spears Sharks

By KEVIN BRADY Some high-school football pundits didn’t expect much from East Bay High School when they matched up against Alonso High. One local paper predicted East Bay would lose…

Letters: September 11, 2014

Dear Editor, I want to applaud CVS for their unselfish move to remove all tobacco and cigarettes from their shelves. These days very often a business thinks more about the…

Riverview disability conference promises ‘Soup to Nuts’ program

Riverview disability conference promises ‘Soup to Nuts’ program

By KEVIN BRADY A free conference on disabilities next month promises an extensive program with everything from depression to caregiver burnout covered at the one-day event hosted by River of…

One day in September: Thirteen years marks a turning point for a somber and tragic anniversary

One day in September: Thirteen years marks a turning point for a somber and tragic anniversary

By Mitch Traphagen The 13th anniversary of what has come to be known simply as September 11 is upon us. Things change in time, wounds heal, certainly after more than…

Puppies on a mission to improve lives

Puppies on a mission to improve lives

By Mitch Traphagen Remi and Ginny took a ride in a golf cart. Ollie and Lucky got a boat ride. On Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Sun City Center home…

Alzheimer’s, Dementia Hospital Wristband Education Project

Alzheimer’s, Dementia Hospital Wristband Education Project

By LIA MARTIN People whose lives have been touched in some way by Alzheimer’s disease, or another form of dementia, understand Gary Joseph LeBlanc’s mission. They not only see their…

Mobile artist brings out the talent in you

Mobile artist brings out the talent in you

By PENNY FLETCHER Sand dollars on a beach. Peacock feathers. Flowers in a meadow. These are just some of the creative designs that can be painted on glass. Brenda Scott,…

Moon over Little Manatee — paddlers see river in a whole new light

Moon over Little Manatee — paddlers see river in a whole new light

By PENNY FLETCHER Fireflies danced between long tendrils of Spanish moss hanging from the towering oaks, and moon flowers opened their soft white petals, breaking up the darkness of the…

High-school football: Lennard goes 2-0 for first time; East Bay beats out Riverview 7-6

High-school football: Lennard goes 2-0 for first time; East Bay beats out Riverview 7-6

By KEVIN BRADY For the first time in school history, the Lennard Longhorns are 2-0 to start a season after a tight 20-17 victory over King High. But while pleased…

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