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Inspiring dementia patients

Inspiring dementia patients

Classes help dementia patients keep knowledge as long as possible By YVETTE C. HAMMETT Inspired Living at Sun City Center has added a new program for its senior residents to…

Apollo Beach author remembers the ‘Greatest Generation’

Apollo Beach author remembers the ‘Greatest Generation’

Apollo Beach author remembers the ‘Greatest Generation’ By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON The “Greatest Generation of Americans” will soon be gone. In his new biography, Honor My Father, author Clint Nye…

Parrish resident promoted

Parrish resident promoted

Parrish resident promoted to manager of Human Resources in county clerk’s office By CARL MARIO NUDI Parrish resident Lisa Wooten has worked for the Manatee County Clerk of the Circuit…

Obituaries Week of July 18, 2019

Obituaries Week of July 18, 2019

Nancy Filstrup Clark Byrne Nancy Filstrup Clark Byrne was born on September 21, 1921, at Mercy Hospital, on her mother’s birthday. Nancy passed away quietly, in peace and comfort, on…

We have garbage — lots of garbage

We have garbage — lots of garbage

Chamber News & Views In an attempt at full disclosure, I admit this column is a repeat. I do promise to fix any typos and change a few words to…

Dr. Noe promotes safe use of medical marijuana

Dr. Noe promotes safe use of medical marijuana

South Shore physician, researcher promotes safe use of medical marijuana By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON Seventy-five years ago it was termed “the devil’s pitchfork.” A 1936 propaganda movie, Refer Madness, touted…

Summer camp on the race track

Summer camp on the race track

Racing school teaches more than just zooming around an asphalt oval Ray Garcia’s Ambassador Racing School track and shop in Balm From training race horses to teaching teens and pre-teens…

‘BABY, LET ME IN’

‘BABY, LET ME IN’

Deputies shoot, mortally wound knife-wielding man after domestic call in Ruskin By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON In the wee hours of Friday, July 5, barely past July fourth’s midnight, a neighbor…

Indoor vendor market at The Regent

Indoor vendor market at The Regent

Huge indoor vendor market set for July 21 at The Regent By LOIS KINDLE If you like shopping vendor markets but are having withdrawals because few, if any, are open…

Goat yoga in Ellenton

Goat yoga in Ellenton

Goats help you get in touch with your body and nature with Down on the Farm Yoga By CARL MARIO NUDI Some people like goats. Some people like yoga. If…

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