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Pulling out all the stops for traffic enforcement
Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM
One of the many job responsibilities that officers of the Arcadia Police Department must undertake is Traffic Enforcement. For most of our officers, this is the least favorite responsibility that … Find out how to read more online.
Candidates tested at Arcadian Forum
Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM
The Arcadian Q&A Forum last Thursday had candidates in Tuesday’s primary election under the spotlight to answer questions tailored to each individual and race. Questions ranged from personal experience to … Find out how to read more online.
Florida citrus production predicts decline
Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM
Elizabeth Steger has released her estimate for the 2016-2017 Florida citrus season. The numbers from her consulting firm are considered the first unofficial prediction of how the next crop is … Find out how to read more online.
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First family goes hiking in national park in Virginia
Sun  Aug 28 2016 08:32PM
TRIANGLE, Va. (AP) — President Barack Obama and the first family are hiking at Prince William Forest Park in Virginia. Their visit Sunday comes as the National Park Service’s celebrates its centennial. The president has marked the week by creating … read more.

Woman who was beaten, set on fire in Georgia home dies
Mon  Aug 29 2016 01:19AM
ATLANTA (AP) — A coroner says an 83-year-old Georgia woman who was badly burned and critically injured during an attempted robbery has died. Meriwether County Deputy Coroner Leonard Wigley Jr. tells local news media that Dorothy Dow died Saturday at … read more.

Turkey lifts headscarf ban for its policewomen
Mon  Aug 29 2016 01:19AM
ISTANBUL (AP) — It is official: Turkey’s female police officers will be able to wear headscarves as part of their uniform. The ruling published by the government’s official gazette this weekend says policewomen can wear headscarves under their caps or … read more.

UN: Gender inequality costs sub-Saharan Africa $95 billion
Mon  Aug 29 2016 01:19AM
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Saharan Africa loses around $95 billion a year due to gender inequality, jeopardizing the continent’s efforts for economic growth, according to a U.N. report launched Sunday. Deeply rooted structural obstacles such as unequal distribution of resources … read more.

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Cowboy photos show hardworking way of life
Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM
The DeSoto Arts and Humanities Council, in conjunction with DeSoto Memorial Hospital, is pleased to present for your enjoyment the awesome art of photographer Jimmy Peters. Using black and white technique, Peters grabs hold of the stark beauty and gritty … Find out how to read more online.

Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM

Duos perfect for Guardian ad Litem Program
Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM
With over 35 years of service, the Guardian ad Litem Program has over 10,000 volunteers in Florida advocating for children. The group is composed of both staff and volunteers, whose main focus is to advocate for the children and to … Find out how to read more online.

Habitat’s common misconceptions
Wed  Aug 31 2016 03:37PM
Did you know? Habitat for Humanity helps people into their own homes, but the homes are not free. There is a common misconception that Habitat provides free homes, but homeowners actually pay a mortgage. To qualify for a Habitat for … Find out how to read more online.

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