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X-Fuge Back in Town

Updated: 07/14/2005 - About 1,500 Christian youth came back to Panama City Beach after evacuating for Hurricane Dennis.

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Cops in School

Updated: 07/14/2005 - School starts in three weeks, and the Bay County School Board still hasn't made a decision regarding school resource officers.

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Dive Team Returns

Updated: 07/13/2005 - Florida State University's Panama City Underwater Crime Scene Investigation Unit has returned from Aruba. They were helping in the search for missing Alabama teen Natalee Hollaway, but thanks to Dennis, the crew now has to find a temporary place to work.

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Apalachicola River Rising

Updated: 07/13/2005 - Hurricane Dennis has come and gone, but rising river levels are expected to cause a delayed reaction of damage for people living along the Apalachicola River.

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Panhandle Gasoline Targeted in Price Gouging Probe

Updated: 07/13/2005 - Florida’s Attorney General Charlie Crist is sending a pair of gasoline distributors accused of possible price gouging during a state of emergency during Hurricane Dennis last weekend.

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Dennis' Damage Runs Into the Billions

Updated: 07/13/2005 - A preliminary survey shows damage from Hurricane Dennis in the United States could run has high as two and a half billion dollars. One billion in insured losses occurred here in Florida.

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Fisherman Finds Body in Area Bay

Updated: 07/13/2005 - Walton County sheriff’s deputies are investigating the cause of death of a woman found floating in Choctawhatchee Bay.

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Gulf Power Completes Restoration in Eastern Areas

Updated: 07/13/2005 - Only 48 hours after power restoration began in the wake of Hurricane Dennis, Gulf Power Company is now completing restoration efforts in Bay, Holmes, Jackson and Washington Counties.

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Open for Business

Updated: 07/12/2005 - Tourism leaders in Bay County approved a marketing campaign Tuesday to get potential visitors back to the beach after Dennis.

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South Walton Reeling After Dennis

Updated: 07/12/2005 - Mention Hurricane Dennis and some people will wonder what all the fuss was about. Don't count folks in South Walton County among that group.

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The No Power Hours

Updated: 07/12/2005 - It took utility crews months to fully restore electricity after Hurricane Ivan. Even though Hurricane Dennis was less severe, it could still take up to a month to get power turned back on in some areas, and we're moving into the hottest part of the year.

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Roads Opening Quickly

Updated: 07/13/2005 - The Florida Department of Transportation says many roads and bridges closed because of Hurricane Dennis are now reopened.

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More Than 50,000 Restored on First Day

Updated: 07/12/2005 - On the first full day after Hurricane Dennis, Gulf Power has restored power to more than 50,000 of the 242,000 customers who lost electricity following the storm’s landfall.

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State Road Crews Working Overtime

Updated: 07/12/2005 - State leaders say they expect the washout of US 98 between Destin and Ft. Walton Beach to be temporarily repaired by late Wednesday. It may be a temporary two-lane repair while all four lanes in the washout are rebuilt.

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Local Hurricane Damage Tops $10 Million; Figure Expected to Increase

Updated: 07/12/2005 - Hurricane damage tops $10 million; figure expected to increase Bay County officials estimated storm damage to private property from Hurricane Dennis at more than $10 million Monday, and costs are only expected to rise as reports are finalized this week.

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Gulf Power Estimates 95 Percent Restoration Within One Week

Updated: 07/12/2005 - Gulf Power Company estimates that power will be restored to 95 percent of the 242,000 customers who lost power during Hurricane Dennis within a week, if the weather cooperates. The estimate excludes Santa Rosa Island.

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