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A $16,000 Helping Hand for the United Way

Updated: 07/20/2005 - Something fishy was going on Tuesday at Captain Anderson’s Restaurant, but that turned out to be a good thing for the local United Way.

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Troubled Swimmers Keep Rescuers Busy

Updated: 07/20/2005 - South Walton Fire and Rescue personnel had to help four swimmers Tuesday afternoon just west of the Ed Walline Park.

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Millville Standoff Ends With Tear Gas

Updated: 07/20/2005 - A two-hour standoff ended with Bay County sheriff’s deputies tear-gassing a man who barricaded himself inside a home in the 500 block of Everitt Ave. Tuesday morning.

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New Medicaid Rules

Updated: 07/19/2005 - Starting August 1, 2005, thousands of Medicaid patients may not be able to refill lifesaving medications.

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Franklin County Oystermen Out of Work

Updated: 07/19/2005 - The waters of the Apalachicola Bay remain closed due to sewage contamination from Hurricane Dennis' storm surge.

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Surge in Air Ambulance Crashes

Updated: 07/19/2005 - Local emergency officials react to a study by USA Today that found 10 percent of the nation's air ambulance fleet crashed.

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Anchorage Children's Home Receives Grant

Updated: 07/18/2005 - Kids at the Anchorage Children's Home have some things to look forward to thanks to a grant from the St. Joe Community Foundation.

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Satsuma Oranges

Updated: 07/18/2005 - Technology helps bring back the Satsuma to Jackson County orange growers.

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Fuel Woes Still Linger

Updated: 07/18/2005 - Blame Hurricane Ivan, blame the war in Iraq, blame greedy oil companies, China and other growing foreign economies. In fact, you can lay blame anywhere you'd like, but it's not going to get you gasoline any sooner.

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FEMA Helps Hurricane Victims Recover

Updated: 07/18/2005 - In the aftermath of Hurricane Dennis, many are left with damaged homes, businesses, or personal items. This could mean a loss of hundreds or thousands of dollars, but FEMA has come to help our area get back on its feet.

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Crestview Couple Killed in Car Accident

Updated: 07/18/2005 - Florida Highway Patrol officials say 77-year-old Jesse Robertson and 59-year-old Julia Robertson both of Crestview were killed around 7:30 Saturday night.

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Tourist Drowns in PCB

Updated: 07/18/2005 - A man from Mexico who just turned 18 years old drowned this weekend on Panama City Beach, but police haven't been able to locate or notify his family because his friends don't speak English.

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Missing Boater Found Safe

Updated: 07/18/2005 - Gulf County Search and Rescue teams were kept busy this weekend looking for a missing boater.

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Property Owners Against Beach Renourishment

Updated: 07/15/2005 - Restoring our beaches from all the storm damage may help protect the homes and lives of people living on the beach, so why are some property owners still against it?

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Gas Shortage in Bay County

Updated: 07/15/2005 - With the sparse availability of gas, many people are hurrying to the pump to fill up, but that may be a bit of a challenge.

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Indian Summer Festival Gets Makeover

Updated: 07/14/2005 - After three years of rain and $400,000 in the hole, a private company has plans to change the momentum of the Indian Summer Festival.

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Dairy Storm

Updated: 07/14/2005 - Cows still have to be milked, even during a hurricane.

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