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The Economic Tale of Two Area Cities

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Earlier this week NewsChannel Seven told you about a large Jackson County employer, Sykes, closing up shop. Now it appears a large Washington County business may be pulling up stakes as well.

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Off to the Beach

Posted: 08/04/2004 - A drowning on Panama City Beach never brings good publicity to the world's most beautiful beaches. Many local leaders want to make sure the community is doing its best to prevent any more deaths in the Gulf water.

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Lawmen Search for Ft. Walton Beach Robber

Updated: 08/04/2004 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office is investigating a bank robbery at a branch of the First City Bank, 24 Racetrack Road, NE in Fort Walton Beach.

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Gallagher Unveils Financial Web Site

Updated: 08/04/2004 - A new survey shows one out of four Floridians isn’t saving anything for retirement, and more than one in three have at least $5,000 in credit card debt.

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More Bad Economic News for the Area

Updated: 08/04/2004 - When Sykes Enterprises set-up shop in Marianna in 1999, Jackson County business leaders called it a huge boost to the local economy.

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Gasoline Retailers Investigated

Updated: 08/04/2004 - Floridians are supposed to be enjoying lower gas prices this month, but not all gas stations are passing along the "joy" of the $0.08 a gallon savings.

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Paying the Bills

Updated: 08/03/2004 - One month ago the owner of Gulf Pines Hospital filed for bankruptcy 15 minutes before the hospital went to the highest bidder. Tuesday he was in Tallahassee for the bankruptcy hearing.

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Johnson Bayou Bridge Reopened

Updated: 08/03/2004 - If you're sick and tired of having to detour around the Johnson Bayou Bridge, we may have some good news for you.

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