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Memories of a big yellow Duesy

Memories of a big yellow Duesy

One man’s love and legacy   By LISA STARK I can still remember the smell of the soft leather seats and the gleaming yellow hood sparkling in the sun as…

The art of iPhone photography

The art of iPhone photography

Closed for Business, Siesta Key, FL by Stan Lipski, is just one of the photographs taken with iPhones that will be featured during an exhibit that runs through Aug. 27…

Obituaries: July 16, 2015

Albert F. Linnell Sr. Albert F. Linnell Sr., 77, passed away on July 8, 2015, in Sun City Center, Fla. Albert was born August 1, 1937, in Brewster, Mass., the…

The Piano and an American Dream

The Piano and an American Dream

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Steven Humbert has a job. He cuts grass for a living, an occupation to which his deeply tanned and leathered skin testify. Despite his job, sometimes he…

Art exhibit chronicles the remarkable development of an artist

Art exhibit chronicles 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…

New gated subdivision to complete Sun City Center community

New gated subdivision to complete Sun City Center community

By PENNY FLETCHER The community now called Sun City Center was purchased by developer Del E. Webb Jr. in early 1961, and building has continued there since the gravel road…

Kids, too, can be entrepreneurs

Kids, too, can be entrepreneurs

Fundraising idea spells success By LISA STARK Age was never a barrier to two young sisters, Lily and Abigail Mullins, when it came to coming up with a great idea…

Behind the badge of a community

Behind the badge of a community

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Deputy Jeffery Merry is a welcoming man; he says “sir” and “ma’am,” he smiles and has a firm handshake. He is a man of experience in bad…

4th of July Remembrance: Tribute to an American Patriot

4th of July Remembrance: Tribute to an American Patriot

By LISA STARK The Fourth of July evokes many fond memories for Americans as a day of family picnics, barbecues, fireworks, watermelon-eating contests, baseball games, three-legged races, and tug-of-war battles.…

Obituaries: July 9, 2015

Judie Harding Judie Harding of Sun City Center, Fla., formerly of Waverly, Pa., died Tuesday, June 30th at home surrounded by her husband and three sons. She is survived by…

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