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Downtowns and Small Towns

Posted: 09/27/2004 - Downtown Panama City has been selected as one of three cities to take part in a statewide marketing campaign with Visit Florida.

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Jeanne Recovery Begins

Updated: 09/27/2004 - The back-to-back hurricanes have resulted in the largest ever federal relief effort, surpassing the collapse of the Oakland Bridge in 1994. The state is cautioning people to remain safe and to be patient.

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Beach Cops Deploy Again

Updated: 09/26/2004 - Ten officers with the Panama City Beach Police Department left once again to help in a hurricane disaster area.

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Old Town, New Look

Updated: 09/26/2004 - Downtown Millville is already showing its improvements, and more is coming to this community that was once the largest town in Bay County in the 1800s.

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Panama City Stabbing

Updated: 09/27/2004 - Panama City police say a man was stabbed in the back during a domestic dispute Sunday morning.

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Fall Festivals Bring Good Fortune

Updated: 09/25/2004 - Local business owners say this weekend's festivals make up for lost profits because of Frances and Ivan.

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Will Storm Weary Floridians Not Evacuate This Time?

Updated: 09/24/2004 - With a fifth major storm now threatening the state, Florida officials are worried people may not heed orders to evacuate, but staying put could be a deadly mistake along the Atlantic coast.

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Callaway Tax

Updated: 09/24/2004 - Property owners in Callaway will join much of the rest of the state next year in paying an ad valorem tax.

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Indoor Pot Farm Busted

Updated: 09/24/2004 - Hurricane Ivan may be responsible for the discovery of an indoor marijuana growing facility in Mary Esther.

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Area Price Gouging Arrests

Updated: 09/24/2004 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office has arrested two men from North Carolina who charged an elderly Mary Esther resident triple a fair market price for tree removal services.

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