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New board members elected, 2016 plans made

New board members elected, 2016 plans made

By PENNY FLETCHER Two new Sun City Center Community Association board members were elected Dec. 2; the association’s goals for 2016 have been penned; and the association board has ended…

Obituaries: December 10, 2015

Joyce Aspland Joyce Aspland, age 87, peacefully passed December 4, 2015, at the Oaks of Huntersville, N.C. She was born April 29, 1928, in Burlington, Vt., to the late Ralph…

letters to the Editor: December 10, 2015

Dear Editor, I’m scratching my head regarding our recent election. Last year, SCC overwhelmingly elected board members that pledged our community remain debt free. This year, a mere 15% of…

Creating art for the community: SCCC students partner with artist Michael Parker

Creating art for the community:  SCCC students partner with artist Michael Parker

By LISA STARK South County Career Center celebrated the unveiling of a stunning new art mural on its school campus on Nov. 19, created in a collaborative effort between SCCC…

Letters to the Editor: December 3, 2015

Dear Editor, Re: Positive Talk by William Hodges He did it again! He made me smile and give thanks for his uncanny way of knowing just what it is I…

Obituaries: December 3, 2015

James H. Huber James H. Huber, age 86, of Sun City Center, Fla., formerly of South Carolina and Gibsonia, Pa., died on November 23, 2015. Beloved husband of Lillian R.…

Family time is tops with RV sales/service owners

Family time is tops with RV sales/service owners

By PENNY FLETCHER Drew and Lee Anklin grew up in a family of six brothers and sisters and remember spending a lot of family time together in their home near…

Pies à la road

Pies à la road

Twenty-seven different pie samples lined the parking lot of The Hot Tomato offering prospective customers small tastes of delight as they considered ordering pies for the holidays. The most pre-ordered…

Observations: A simple life

Observations: A simple life

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN I love the TSA Pre-Check program. I don’t have to take anything out of my bag, or remove my shoes or other odd bits of clothing. It…

Black Friday fades but remains shopping’s biggest day

Black Friday fades but remains shopping’s biggest day

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN At 10 a.m. on Black Friday morning, an area of Manhattan that is usually a scene of traffic, tourists and shopping chaos was eerily empty. The stores…