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Rain Dampened Mardi Gras

Posted: 01/26/2008 - The Krewe of St. Andrew celebrated its 11th year of Mardi Gras Hollywood style.

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Romney Supporters Campaigning in Panama City

Posted: 01/26/2008 - On this last weekend of campaigning before Tuesday’s primary, a former U-S Treasurer is in the Panama City pitching support for Governor Mitt Romney. Conservative advocate Bay Buchanan stopped in town this morning for a meet and greet at a local attorney’s office.

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Standing in the Rain Saturday to Vote

Posted: 01/26/2008 - A little Saturday drizzle didn’t stop nearly one-thousand Bay County voters from heading to the Supervisor of Elections office. People turned out in droves to cast their ballot for the wrap up of early voting. It was the last day for folks to get their vote in early before Tuesday’s primary.

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100 Years Old and Going Strong

Posted: 01/26/2008 - Friday, Lela Lessiner celebrated a birthday and she doesn’t mind if you know her age.

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Mail Carrier Fails to Deliver

Posted: 01/25/2008 - A joint investigation between the US Postal Service Inspectors and the Bay County Sheriff’s Office has resulted in the arrest of a US Postal Service employee. Elayne Bonner , 26, of 8823 East Bayhead Court, was charged with Grand Theft; Dealing in Stolen Property; and Theft.

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Borrow Sand Pit

Updated: 01/25/2008 - The fight over a proposed sand pit off North Blue Springs Road has come to end, and it looks like the residents have won.

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Guilty Verdict in Murder Trial

Updated: 01/26/2008 - Clint Stagg will soon be headed to prison where he will spend the rest of his life. Stagg was found guilty Friday afternoon on a first degree murder charge for beating-to-death his alleged drug supplier, 43 year old Tonya Farmer.

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Mardi Gras

Updated: 01/26/2008 - Newschannel 7's Luciana Da Silva takes a look at the Mardi Gras economic benefits for St. Andrews.

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Community College Admissions

Updated: 01/26/2008 - A guarantee that allows community college students a spot in a State University may be broken. The agreement may not survive the latest budget cuts. Community college students looking to transfer to a state university may be out of luck.

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Can You Trust The Outcome?

Updated: 01/26/2008 - Voters in 14 Florida counties will be using electronic voting machines for the last time on Tuesday. The machines were scrapped by lawmakers after problems arose in the last election in Sarasota County. Officials are hoping the machines last day on the job is uneventful.

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Rep. Patronis On Tax Amendment

Posted: 01/25/2008 - If you're like most registered voters, you've probably already seen a lot of campaign literature regarding Amendment 1. But some are calling one of the mailers, against the Property Tax Reform Amendment, misleading and downright dishonest.

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Compass Lake Employees

Posted: 01/25/2008 - A Jackson County community is divided over who they want to maintain the area. One choice would cost nearly two dozen jobs. The other could cause homeowners to lose money.

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Winter Power Save

Updated: 01/26/2008 - Tips on how to save money on your energy bill during the cold days.

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Study Ranks Fl. Poorly in Monitoring of In-Home Child Care

Updated: 01/24/2008 - When it comes to monitoring in-home childcare facilities, Florida is among the worst states in the nation. The recent study looked at standards ensuring the health, safety and well-being of children in in-home daycare settings. Florida does not require licenses for all childcare providers. One local provider says the legislature needs to change that law.

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University Budget Cuts

Updated: 01/24/2008 - For the first time in state history Florida’s public universities could cut enrollment. The Board of Governor’s met Thursday to discuss a proposed budget cut of 147 million dollars. The cuts will affect current students and teens waiting to be accepted into any of Florida’s 11 public universities.

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Crist popularity riding on election

Updated: 01/24/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist remains on the most popular Governor’s of recent times, but he is staking much of his political capital on the property tax vote that is on Tuesday’s ballot.

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Calhoun Ambulance Problems

Updated: 01/24/2008 - Just 3-years ago, the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital in Blountstown was in danger of closing its doors. Calhoun County refused to allow that to happen, stepping in and taking over from the private contract who'd been operating the 25-bed facility. In doing so, they've learned to take set-backs in stride. Now they're dealing with another one...no ambulance service.

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Gunshot Concerns Beach Police

Posted: 01/24/2008 - Panama City Beach police are still trying to find the source of a bullet that hit a beach couple's S-U-V, while they were driving it.

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Wewa Youngster Dies

Posted: 01/24/2008 - Gulf County health officials say there's no reason for safety concerns following the tragic death of a young Wewahitchka student last week.

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O-C-S-O Searching For Home Invasion Robbery Suspects

Posted: 01/24/2008 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two men who entered an apartment on Marler Street around 5 a.m. Thursday morning, attacked the resident, and demanded money.

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Romney to Campaign here

Posted: 01/24/2008 - Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney will be coming to Panama City.

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Local Traffic Fatality

Updated: 01/24/2008 - A 15 year old local teenager died Wednesday night when he was struck by a car on US 231 at Bayou George Drive near the Sweetwater subdivision.

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Kid Reporter Questions Presidential Candidates

Updated: 01/23/2008 - A Panama City boy is getting a unique opportunity. Ten-year-old Michael Riordan has been chosen to cover the 2008 Presidential Election as a kid reporter for the educational children's magazine "Scholastic News."

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