Friday, Aug 29, 2014
Highlands school enrollment continues upward trend
Kylee Bowen works on her assignment in her seventh grade science class at Sebring Middle School on Thursday morning.

Three more classrooms were created out of existing space at Sebring Middle School during the summer, but with a jump in enrollment the school has 20...

Edgar Alido, a Highlands County facilities employee, replaces a ceiling tile damaged by roof leaks at the Avon Park Public Library on Wednesday morning. The library’s recent roof replacement was funded with money from the one cent sales tax, which voters approved extending on Tuesday.
10% of Highlands citizens decided 1-cent tax
Duke Energy will credit customers who had additional one-time expenses when the company changed their meter-reading routes. The additional days on that billing cycle caused some customers to rack up higher costs from going over 1,000 killowatt-hours.
Duke Energy will credit customers
Adam Martin, right, SFSC business instructor, pours an ice cold bucket of water onto coworker Cindy Kinser, medical secretarial professor.
SFSC association accepts ice bucket challenge

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