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Warriors open with playoff victory

Warriors open with playoff victory

Need win to stay alive By STEVE JACKSON The Ruskin Christian School varsity basketball team won its first round playoff game last week and had a second round match Feb.…

No appointment needed

No appointment needed

New walk-in veterinary clinic opens at SouthShore Village By LOIS KINDLE Many area pet owners will be delighted to know they no longer need to make appointments for their animals…

Trial finally set for Keetley

Trial finally set for Keetley

IN JAIL SINCE 2010 FOR KILLING GUITRON BROTHERS Ice Cream Truck Man trial finally set for June By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON RUSKIN — A June 3, 2019, trial date has…

Southern Rock performed locally

Southern Rock performed locally

Masonic Park and Youth Camp to host all day, family music festival Feb. 23 By LOIS KINDLE Synchronicity Festivals will present the inaugural Southern Rock & Bar-B-Q festival from 10…

Dee Williams honored for volunteerism

Dee Williams honored for volunteerism

SCC resident recognized for leadership, lifetime of serving community By LOIS KINDLE Much like the Energizer bunny, Dee Williams just keeps going. Raised on a Missouri farm by a sharecropping…

There’s still time to take a ride on the murder mystery train

There’s still time to take a ride on the murder mystery train

Whodunit? A murder mystery hosted by the Florida Railroad Museum By CARL MARIO NUDI If you like train rides, mysteries and live theater, you will enjoy the current Parrish Playworks…

Tour A.P. Bell Fish House

Tour A.P. Bell Fish House

Tour A.P. Bell Fish House with the Folk School at Florida Maritime Museum Feb. 21 The Folk School at Florida Maritime Museum is looking forward to another tour of the…

Obituaries Week of Feb. 14, 2019

Obituaries Week of Feb. 14, 2019

George Daniel Hawbaker George Daniel Hawbaker, 98, of Sun City Center, Fla., peacefully entered into eternal life on January 7, 2019. George was born on December 18, 1920, in St.…

Work smarter, not harder

Work smarter, not harder

Chamber News & Views As a society, we appear to be addicted to work. According to entrepreneur and investor John Rampton, employees in the United States work more than 47…

Being part of a team

Being part of a team

Positive Talk Whenever I use sports analogies, it turns some people off, but sports are a microcosm of life. Microcosm being from the Greek mikros kosmos : mikros, small +…