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Salvation Army’s Pantry Soon to be Bare

Posted: 02/18/2008 - Every day, The Salvation Army assists numerous disadvantaged families and individuals with a nutritious variety of food including canned meats, vegetables, fruits, soups and an assortment of dry goods such as cereal, oatmeal, beans, macaroni and cheese, breads, etc. In a matter of a few short weeks, this will be a very difficult if not impossible task.

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Bad Weather

Posted: 02/18/2008 - We'll get a better idea of how much damage the panhandle took from last night's storms once the sun rises this morning. The National Weather service confirms a tornado touched down in Escambia County, at Molino near Pensacola.

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"Women Build" Habitat Home

Updated: 02/17/2008 - Whoever said a woman’s place was in the kitchen... Well, one group is out to prove that saying wrong. In fact, they rebuilding the kitchen.

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Congress will be getting involved in the Tri-State Water Wars.

Posted: 02/15/2008 - Congressman Allen Boyd of Monticello said Friday he has been able to get the House Transportation Committee to schedule a March11th hearing. Boyd has been pushing for a hearing to discuss the southeast drought and the problems of sharing the water from Lake Lanier in Atlanta.

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The Area's Best Teacher

Updated: 02/16/2008 - One Bay County teacher will be getting more than just an apple for a job well done tonight. The Bay County School Board will be naming the teacher of the year this evening at the Bay Point Marriot Resort.

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Lynn Have House Fire

Posted: 02/15/2008 - An early Friday afternoon fish fry ended up costing a Lynn Haven homeowner about 50-thousand dollars.

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Calhoun County EMT Service

Posted: 02/15/2008 - Calhoun County commissioners say they've reached an agreement that will once again provide the area with its own ambulance service.

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Calhoun County Central High School

Updated: 02/16/2008 - Calhoun County School Board members now have three property choices to consider as the site for a new Central County High School. A volunteer site selection committee has evaluated 10-possible sites and narrowed those down to the top three.

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Mosley AirHeart

Updated: 02/15/2008 - Mosley's first reponse class learns from AirHeat Lifeflight.

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Bikers Want Stiffer Penalties

Updated: 02/15/2008 - A December 2007 motorcycle crash has some local motorcyclists fed up with penalties given to irresponsible drivers, especially those with violations already on their record.

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More Hot Water for Allstate

Updated: 02/17/2008 - A state senate committee wants Allstate to hand over thousands of documents. Lawmakers want the paperwork to find out if there’s any evidence of price fixing.

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Airport Wins Another Court Decision

Posted: 02/15/2008 - The legal battle over the Panama City airport relocation project keeps going -- even though construction is now well underway. A federal judge in Jacksonville ruled against four environmental groups opposed to the project last night.

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Panama City Construction Site Yields 5 Undocumented Workers

Posted: 02/15/2008 - Bay County Sheriff’s Investigators have received complaints of undocumented workers at the construction site of the Sleep Inn at the intersection of Joan Ave. and Front Beach Road at Panama City Beach. Several officers visited the site Thursday in a surprise check.

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Bonifay Scam

Updated: 02/14/2008 - Local investigators are warning people all over the Panhandle to be on the look-out for a home sales scam. In fact, they say many potential home buyers may already have been victimized.

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Grand Opening for New Hospital

Updated: 02/15/2008 - There was another big Panhandle grand-opening of a different kind on Thursday, and no less important than the Pier Park Development. Holmes County officials ushered-in a new era in healthcare Thursday morning.

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Newborn Saved By New Surgery

Updated: 02/14/2008 - A local woman gets a wonderful Valentines gift today, a beautiful baby boy. However as soon as he was born the baby was wisked off to surgery to save his life.

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University Cuts

Updated: 02/15/2008 - A battle over how much tuition Universities can charge in the wake of pending budget cuts is brewing at the state capitol. In a meeting between the House Speaker and all 11 University presidents, there seems to be agreement that some tuition hike was needed to make cuts less severe. But one important voice is saying no.

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