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Jackson County Soldier Wounded

Updated: 11/10/2004 - A 34-year-old Cottondale man is the latest area soldier to be wounded in fighting in Iraq.

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FHP Medals

Updated: 11/10/2004 - The Florida Highway Patrol presented the Medal of Valor to three local troopers.

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Goose Bayou Slated for Development

Updated: 11/10/2004 - Panama City commissioners voted to annex seven acres of land and rezone it to allow for 13 single family homes.

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Jeb Bush Says Count Him Out in Two Years

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Jeb Bush says forget all the rumors and speculation, he has no plans to run for high office when he leaves the governor’s office in two years.

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New Digs

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Walton County emergency operations officials now have a bit more room to stretch their legs.

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Fire Damages Area Triplex

Updated: 11/09/2004 - An area home is still standing thanks to a quick response by the Lynn Haven Fire Department.

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Adult Entertainment District

Updated: 11/09/2004 - A plan is underway to create an adult entertainment or "red light" district in Panama City.

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Hurricane Property Tax Break in Works

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Thousands of people with damaged or destroyed homes are having insult added to their injury this week. Their tax bills are showing up in the mail.

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Police Promotion

Updated: 11/09/2004 - They have waited five months, but Tuesday the Panama City Police Department has a new chief.

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Eglin Studying Massive 30,000-Pound Bomb

Updated: 11/09/2004 - The Air Force built a weapon so big it was nicknamed “Mother of All Bombs” on the eve of the war with Iraq, but MO-AB would be dwarfed by a much larger munition now under study.

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Air Force Resumes Fighter Competition

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Five teams of Air Force fighter pilots are taking part in an air-to-air combat competition that was suspended for the past eight years because of real-world demands in such hotspots as Iraq and Bosnia.

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Area Waterway Closed for All Fishing

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Saltwater anglers who fish Bay County are reminded that Warren Bayou, also known as the “Steam Plant Canal” at Gulf Power’s Lansing Smith Generating Plant, is closed to the taking of all fish from Nov. 1 through Feb. 28.

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Learning Center Dedication

Updated: 11/08/2004 - The Panama City Beach library is taking a big step in the fight against illiteracy.

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Hostage Report

Updated: 11/08/2004 - An investigation into the Bay County Jail hostage situation that happened in September could be coming to a close.

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Adult Biz

Updated: 11/08/2004 - There are some new laws in town, designed to cover up topless clubs on main roads through Panama City.

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Crist in Panama City

Updated: 11/08/2004 - Florida's state attorney general was in town Monday for the annual Conference Education Program for Florida prosecutors.

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Murder Suspect Extradited

Updated: 11/08/2004 - A suspect in a Jackson County murder has been extradited back to Marianna to face first degree murder charges.

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Cool Toys

Updated: 11/08/2004 - The Bay County Sheriff's Office and some local antique car buffs joined forces to help raise money and collect toys for Project 25.

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Parker Tornadoes

Updated: 11/08/2004 - Families in Parker ravaged by tornados during Hurricane Ivan are getting a little more relief than others in the state.

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Defining Marriage

Updated: 11/08/2004 - The Southern Baptist Convention will meet for its 150th annual meeting Monday and Tuesday. Leaders will be asked to support a petition drive to ban gay marriages in Florida.

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