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Letter to the Editor: June 25, 2015

Dear Editor, I was saddened to learn that the Peforming Arts Club was no longer going to be part of Sun City Center’s entertainment scene. For many years, Lew [Resseguie]…

You, me and business

Know your customers By DANA DITTMAR, CEO, Sun City Center Chamber of Commerce How well do you think you know your customers? Especially the ones who are doing business with…

Observations: Saved by a leap?

Observations: Saved by a leap?

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN On Netflix I’ve started watching a television show called Quantum Leap that dates to 1989. It was such a different world then. But 1989 wasn’t the best…

Through the eyes of a photographer: Babies, maternity and more

Through the eyes of a photographer: Babies, maternity and more

By LISA STARK One of the most extraordinary times in a couple’s life is the expectation and birth of a child. Capturing this special moment is the goal of Apollo…

The remarkable development of an artist

The remarkable development of an artist

On Christmas Eve in 2009, Tom Day — an Air Force veteran of 23 years who served as a test flight engineer — suffered a stroke, leading to a diagnosis…

On the Horizon

Bus service still lacking in South County By PENNY FLETCHER Having grown up in Asbury Park, N.J., where you really didn’t need a car to get from place to place…

Historic homes to see: A walk through Florida history

Historic homes to see: A walk through Florida history

By LISA STARK If you’re in the mood for a little time travel this summer, you need not invest in a futuristic time machine. All you need is a tank…

Important facts about Florida black bear conservation

Important facts about Florida black bear conservation

The many articles and editorials addressing the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s proposal to reinstate limited bear hunting have not gone unnoticed by Nick Wiley. As the FWC’s executive…

Skateboarding Father’s Day

Skateboarding Father’s Day

The Diego Duran Apollo Beach Skatepark on Golf and Sea Boulevard got into the Father’s Day spirit on Sunday with a skateboard competition (for the children, not the fathers, perhaps…

SCC Deputy hits the ground running to protect seniors

SCC Deputy hits the ground running to protect seniors

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN By and large, seniors are not gullible. But they do tend to have assets or money. And living in a safe and peaceful place, such as Sun…

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