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  • Hats off to Last Cowboys of Florida

    Hats off to Last Cowboys of Florida
    When most Americans think about Florida, it's our beaches, oranges and hurricanes that first come to mind. Victor Milt, of Boca Raton, would like to add cowboys to the list. Because long before the state became a tourist mecca and long before we became...
  • Managing Florida's lands needs improvement

    SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL OP-ED ONLINE by Charles Bronson During the past 19 years, Florida has been engaged in the largest and most ambitious land-buying program in the nation. Begun during the administration of Governor Bob Martinez as Preservation...
  • Voters' Coalition nabs most of Florida Cabinet for annual dinner

     
    The Voters??? Coalition???s annual dinner in Palm Beach County has long been one of the biggest events on the political calendar, drawing luminaries from both parties. This year, the reputation is only reinforced: A quorum of the Florida Cabinet will........
  • Crist: I agree RPOF probe should be handled by the U.S. Attorney

     
    Gov. Charlie Crist has joined CFO Alex Sink in calling for the investigation of the Republican Party of Florida fundraising scandal to be transferred to the U.S. Attorney's office in Tallahassee. Crist's one-paragraph letter 2010.4.2 CFO Sink cited &#...
  • Nominations sought for Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame

     
    Nominations are  being accepted for candidates to the Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame in 2011. The deadline for submitting nominations is Sept. 1, 2010. Previous inductees have come from all walks of life: agricultural teachers, researchers, farmers,...
  • Get animals ready for emergencies

     
    As hurricane season bears down on us, it's worth reminding all pet owners to make plans for their beloved critters in case of emergencies. This time the reminder comes from Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles H. Bronson in a...
  • Apalachicola Bay Oyster production increased

     
    Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles H. Bronson and chairman Rodney Barreto of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission today announced that both the winter and summer oyster harvesting areas in the Apalachicola...
  • Dawson: Complaint Clearinghouse

     
    Just announced today (Aug.  20) by the state -  an online site for checking the complaint history of companies. Excellent idea. About time. Here is the announcement:  TALLAHASSEE — Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commiss...
  • Crist delays decision on Florida 'Romeo-Juliet' case

    He was 19 and she was 14 when they first had sex. The teenage lovers now have been married for nearly 10 years, but as a result of that youthful indiscretion Virgil Frank McCranie is listed as a sex offender on a state website. That's because he was an...
  • Florida Gov. Charlie Crist angles for D.C.

    TALLAHASSEE In jumping into the race for U.S. Senate, Gov. Charlie Crist is giving up the job of chief executive in the fourth-largest state for an arguably bigger prize: a powerful Washington perch that can last a lifetime. The decision comes down, in...
  • Crist: ‘Tax implications’ dictate feds should probe state GOP

    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Charlie Crist said Friday that the criminal investigation into the fundraising scandal surrounding his own hand-picked former Republican Party chairman should be transferred to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Tallahassee, suggesting that...
  • Charley deals bitter blow to citrus growers

    As Ellis Hunt maneuvered his Chevy Tahoe around twisted citrus trees Tuesday, Hurricane Charley's impact on Polk County's citrus industry could be felt in the still-green fruit bursting under his tires. As much as 90 percent of Hunt's grapefruit crop,...