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2010 Holmes County Fair

Posted: 10/29/2010 - County fairs are a long-standing American tradition especially in rural areas like the Panhandle. But many have disappeared, as less people attend the events.

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Golden Apple Award winner's class is a safe haven for students

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Lynn Haven - Nominated by one of her students, Mosley High School math and English teacher Brenda Peacock's entire third period rallied to make sure she was acknowledged for all of her hard work and dedication to her students.

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Karen Hanes and Larry Dantzler inducted into Junior Achievement's Business Hall of Fame

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Panama City Beach- A who's who in Northwest Florida business and education gathered in one place Thursday to honor two of their colleagues. The local Junior Achievement organization held it's 5th annual Business Hall of Fame dinner at the Majestic Beach Resort in Panama City Beach. The event is Junior Achievement's largest fundraiser and allows it to carry out it's mission of work readiness and financial education in Bay, Gulf, Franklin and Washington County schools.

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Thursday's New Quinnipiac Poll: Sink by 4, Rubio by 7.

Posted: 10/28/2010 - Independent candidate for US Senate Charlie Crist is closing the gap, but is still seven points behind Republican Marco Rubio, according to the latest Quinnipiac Poll. The survey shows Rubio getting 42 percent of the vote, Crist with 35 and Democrat Kendrick Meek with 15 percent.

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BP Claims Deadline

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Time is running out for people trying to get money from BP for damage caused by the company’s oil spill. Ken Fienberg, the man in charge of paying claims, was in Tallahassee Thursday to discuss a log jam of claims and warn people of the looming November 23rd deadline.

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Four Sentenced In Panama City In Multi National Drug And Gun Trafficking Ring

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Martin Ramirez-Rodriguez, 27, Santiago Valdez-Gomez, 25, Florencio Barrios-Hernandez, 26 all of Mexico, and Maria Cifuentes-Espinoza, 35, of Texas were sentenced to prison Wednesday afternoon by United States District Judge Richard Smoak for their involvement in a multi-national drug and gun-trafficking operation.

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Free storm-spotting class in Apalachicola to train locals

Posted: 10/28/2010 - Apalachicola - The Franklin County Emergency Operations Center is hosting a free class that will teach participants about climatic conditions, and help them learn how to spot and respond to severe weather.

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Destin Bank Robber Sought

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Destin - A K-9 unit and deputies with the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office are searching areas of Destin for a man who held up the Union State Bank around just before 10 AM this morning.

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Bay County's "A" Schools Await FCAT Bonuses

Posted: 10/27/2010 - For those schools that earned an “A” grade for the year based on student performance on the FCAT, it’s almost reward time. How are some of them planning to spend it?

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Carrabelle man shoots bear, is immediately arrested

Updated: 10/27/2010 - Carrabelle - A Franklin County man was arrested Oct. 22 and charged with killing a black bear after a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) investigator saw him shoot the animal with a bow and arrow.

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Florida Negative Ads

Updated: 10/27/2010 - Panama City - One Florida supervisor of elections has had it with negative campaigning. He says the negative ads are meant to keep you from voting. 10’s of million of dollars have been spent on negative TV ads this election, so the elections supervisor is fighting back on TV.

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Local program helps keep teen moms in school

Posted: 10/26/2010 - Panama City-- Most teen mothers don't graduate high school. National statistics show far fewer go on to earn a college degree before age 30, about 2%.

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Rapper T.I. ordered to report to Ark. prison

Posted: 10/26/2010 - ATLANTA -- Federal authorities have ordered the rapper T.I. to report directly to a federal prison in Arkansas by November 1st to start serving his 11 month prison sentence.

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Cheating and Halfhearted Endorsements

Updated: 10/26/2010 - A text message sent during last night’s debate is creating a stir in Florida’s governor’s race. Notes to candidates are banned, but during a commercial break a makeup artist showed Democrat Alex Sink a text message. It wasn’t the worst gaffe of the night.

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