Saturday, Nov 29, 2014

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Florida lifts ban on silencers for game hunting

TALLAHASSEE—Florida hunters can now muffle their shots when hunting deer, gray squirrels, rabbits, wild turkeys, quail and crows.
Published: 11/24/14

City cracks down on shipping containers at businesses

SEBRING — When Gary Capasso bought property for his flooring business several years ago, he used shipping containers, already on his property, for storage.
Published: 11/24/14

RCMA plans new service in wake of immigration reform

In the wake of President Obama’s immigration announcement, Redlands Christian Migrant Association is activating long-standing plans to help undocumented immigrants in Florida apply for work permits and protection from deportation.
Published: 11/22/14
Updated: 11/23/14
Trek through technology

Trek through technology

SEBRING — John McKinney remembers wandering the cavernous room housing hulking behemoths of digital memory.
Published: 11/23/14
Paradise to build aircraft in Sebring

Paradise to build aircraft in Sebring

SEBRING — Back in 2005, Paradise Aircraft had a distributor at Sebring Regional Airport.
Published: 11/23/14
Cost of Thanksgiving is going up, but not by much

Cost of Thanksgiving is going up, but not by much

Giving thanks will be a little costlier this year, but — and here’s something you can be truly thankful for — it probably won’t empty your wallet.
Published: 11/23/14
Work begins on second phase of expansion

Work begins on second phase of expansion

SEBRING — Work has begun on a second phase of a construction project to upgrade facilities at the Highlands County Humane Society.
Published: 11/23/14

Local business briefs

Pixie Stix Indoor Yard Sales opens
Published: 11/23/14
College for a Day: High school students attend revamped SFSC event

College for a Day: High school students attend revamped SFSC event

AVON PARK — South Florida State College focused on schooling high school students about the college's offerings during its revamped College for a Day event Friday morning at the Avon Park campus. ...
Published: 11/22/14
Opinions on Obama’s executive action differ around county

Opinions on Obama’s executive action differ around county

AVON PARK – Elena Merlo couldn’t find fault in what happened the night before; she said it was in the best interest of not only families of immigrants in the U.S. and their countries of origin, but equally for the United States.
Published: 11/22/14

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