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It’s Time to Talk Money for Bay County School Teachers

Updated: 09/29/2004 - Local bargaining teams for the teachers union, the Association of Bay County Educators (ABCE) and the Bay County School Board sat down at the bargaining table Wednesday for their first session this school year.

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How Can We Help?

Updated: 09/29/2004 - There are two Disaster Recovery Centers in Bay County now trying to help those who need assistance, but not everyone is taking advantage of their presence.

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Strip Search Suspect Released From Jail

Updated: 09/29/2004 - A Panhandle man suspected of making hoax phone calls to fast food restaurants and encouraging management to strip search employees is out of jail while authorities determine if they detained the right person.

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Hurricane Homes

Posted: 09/28/2004 - Unlike the rest of the state, Panhandle homes within one mile of the coast are in the windborne debris region, an area with the strictest wind codes.

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Panhandle Island Communities Closed Indefinitely

Updated: 09/28/2004 - The barrier island communities of Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key are now officially closed indefinitely, except for insurance adjusters, utility and cleanup crews.

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Gas Shortage?

Updated: 09/28/2004 - Officials say there is no county-wide gas shortage, but there are gas stations running low on fuel.

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Storms Prove New Building Codes Work

Updated: 09/28/2004 - Public officials, builders and insurers say the new Florida building codes imposed after Hurricane Andrew in 1992 have shown themselves to be very effective.

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Looking Up

Posted: 09/27/2004 - Developers could be facing some strict height limits in Panama City in the near future.

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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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