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Greyhound Bus Service

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Route cutbacks will force some local travelers to leave the drive to someone else besides Greyhound.

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Debate Over Apalachicola Dredging May Be Over

Posted: 05/25/2005 - There is good news for people who have been fighting to keep the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from continuing to dredge the Apalachicola River in northwest Florida.

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Mine Warfare Conference

Updated: 05/25/2005 - The Naval support activity in Panama City Beach has long been a pioneer in finding and disposing of underwater mines, and this week 250 civilian and Navy leaders are in town to learn more about the latest technology to detect the dangerous weapons.

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Clemons Serves Once More

Updated: 05/25/2005 - Panama City commissioners voted 3 to 1 to appoint former Panama City Mayor Gerry Clemons to the Airport Authority.

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Cold Case Warming Up

Updated: 05/25/2005 - After 26 years, Gulf County investigators have identified a murder victim. Now they're trying to find out how he died and who killed him.

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Jackson County Tax Turkeys

Updated: 05/24/2005 - Despite overcrowding at the Jackson County Courthouse, a project to renovate it is being a tax turkey.

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WW II POW

Updated: 05/24/2005 - A World War II POW celebrated after 60 years of being released from a German prison.

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Viagra Going to Sex Offenders

Updated: 05/24/2005 - Sex offenders across the county may be eligible to receive Viagra and other erectile dysfunction drugs from state administered Medicaid programs.

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Airport Issue About to Fire Up Again

Updated: 05/24/2005 - Panama City commissioners will appoint a replacement for outgoing Panama City-Bay County Airport Board member Dr. James Campbell.

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The School Uniform Issue Raises its Head Again

Updated: 05/24/2005 - Bay County School Board members may have a heavy task while students are out this summer. They’re designing a new dress code, which could include uniforms in the county’s public schools.

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Suspects on the Loose

Updated: 05/23/2005 - Police are still looking for two suspects in connection with a fatal stabbing on Friday night, and they're getting more cooperation from witnesses than they typically have in the past.

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Gulf Power Employees Lend a Big Hand

Updated: 05/22/2005 - Three new Habitat for Humanity homes are under construction in Bay County. A blitz build Saturday involved volunteers from Gulf Power.

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Lynn Haven Man Hit and Killed by Car

Updated: 05/22/2005 - A Lynn Haven woman is mourning the loss of her husband after watching a car run into him Saturday afternoon.

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Teenager Murdered

Updated: 05/21/2005 - Police are looking for a man suspected of stabbing a Panama City teenager to death around 8:30 Friday night. They're also looking for a teenager who fired a gun at the suspect.

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Oil Drilling Along the Gulf Coast

Updated: 05/20/2005 - Members of Florida's congressional delegation helped narrowly defeat a move by the White House to lift the ban of oil and gas drilling off in the Gulf of Mexico. This probably won't be the last time they have to fight that battle.

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