Thursday, Nov 27, 2014

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LeBlanc: Baker act is a dementia dilemma

In 1971, Maxine Baker was a state representative from Miami. She had a heart for mental health issues and this concern led her to sponsor a bill in the Legislature. The bill soon became a Florida statute, aptly named, “The Baker Act.” ...
Published: 11/23/14

Taft: Seen as allies, pilgrims thankful

In a day when the demand for change wins or loses elections, makes cell phones obsolete within six months, or labels historic names for athletic teams “offensive,” does a staple remain?
Published: 11/23/14

Myers: Juvenile delinquents cost society a fortune

In August I wrote an article titled, “What can we do”? In that article, I cited a school in Pennsylvania called Glen Mills that deals with juvenile delinquents from all over the country and does a fantastic job. This week, I received an...
Published: 11/23/14
Working together

Working together

What if solutions to pain management and optimum performance in daily living were easy to obtain from a source that genuinely cared about your health?
Published: 11/22/14
Caregivers from Florida Cancer Specialists serve a celebration of life

Caregivers from Florida Cancer Specialists serve a celebration of life

Physicians and staff from Florida Cancer Specialists hosted a Celebration of Life event for more than 300 patients and their loved ones Friday evening.
Published: 11/22/14
HPH Hospice dedicates Veterans Memorial Walkway

HPH Hospice dedicates Veterans Memorial Walkway

HPH Hospice has always made a significant effort to honor veterans. On Thursday, they proudly dedicated the Veterans Memorial Walkway that welcomes veterans and their families at the entrance to Sturgill Hospice Care Center.
Published: 11/20/14
Second-graders give thanks at Winding Waters

Second-graders give thanks at Winding Waters

WEEKI WACHEE — Camdyn Drummond addressed a packed room before him with confident enthusiasm.
Published: 11/20/14

Bolton: The last dance with memory lane

Wouldn’t you like to go back to the way things used to be when cars were muscular and fearless, with chrome thicker than a polar ice cap and sexy as a playboy centerfold, with engines that purred like one and said I want you?
Published: 11/20/14

Maglio: The rejection of the penny tax proves we are not stupid

MIT professor, Jonathan Gruber, architect of Obamacare, smugly pronounced American voters were stupid to believe in the distortions and outright lies that were repeatedly used to gain legislative approval of it. However, it is appearing that unrealis...
Published: 11/20/14

Letters to the editor

We would have voted to renew school tax
Published: 11/20/14

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