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SAINT CLOUD- City officials announced Monday that Executive Director of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Cissy Proctor will be a panelist during Wednesday’s Economic Development Summit at

City Officials Travel to

SAINT CLOUD- City officials, including Mayor Nathan Blackwell, Deputy Mayor Dave Askew, Council Member Linette Matheny, Council Member Donald Shroyer, City Manager Joe Helfenberger and Public

Proposed Bill Would

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- A bill filed yesterday by a Senate Democrat would require retailers and shopping centers with more than 100 parking spaces to provide parking spots for

State Law Seeks to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Parents who have for years cajoled children to 'take their medicine,' might find it surprising that 10% of American teens abuse common, over-the-counter cold

Early Voting Starts Today

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Calling all early birds~ voters in Osceola County can start casting ballots today.  Early voting for the General Election runs through November 6th. Polling

Florida Death Penalty

by Merrell Palmer, editor TALLAHASSEE- In a ruling handed down yesterday, the Florida Supreme Court declared the state's death penalty sentencing system is unconstitutional. As a consequence,

St. Cloud City Workers

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- When Hurricane Hermine swept ashore just south of Tallahassee, two St. Cloud Public Service employees answered the distress call.  Between September 2nd and

Results Are In From

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The ballots have been counted and the votes are in. At least for one moon-lit night July 19 in St. Cloud during The Chamber of Commerce's 'Politics in the

Medical Marijuana Is

by Merrell Palmer, editor TALLAHASSEE- The medical marijuana amendment is back on the ballot, and the fight to defeat it has been renewed. Drug Free Florida successfully pushed back a similar

Crossing Campus: Parents

by Merrell Palmer, editor On Wednesday the Florida Senate passed an education bill that would allow parents to transfer their children to any public school in the state that had room for more

Lawmakers Trim Tax

by Merrell Palmer, editor TALLAHASSEE- In a revamped tax-cut package March 3, Florida lawmakers scaled back this year's Back-to-School sales tax holiday from 10 days to just three, August
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