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    Firefighters reach out to Keys students

     

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    Shriners thankful to community for donations for kids

    On behalf of the Marathon Shrine Club, we would like to thank the citizens and visitors of the Middle Keys for their continuing support of our charity drive held on Feb. 14.

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    Create and be free

    These beautiful rural Florida Keys provide inhabitants and visitors many opportunities to enjoy the creative beauty of nature and of man.  

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    Deli and customers come through for lacrosse team

    The Coral Shores High School girls lacrosse teams, parents and coaches would like to sincerely thank Chad Gardner of Chad's Deli and especially Chad's locals loyalty reward card customers.

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    Honesty still exists

    I thank Melissa Grady and Centennial Bank for the invitation to the Fishermen's Hospital Foundation's Sweetheart Ball on Feb. 7. My husband and I enjoyed the evening immensely.

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    County should honor bid process when it comes to yard waste

    Last Stand is urging Monroe County commissioners to approve the yard-waste disposal contract with Energy3 at its meeting in Key Largo today.

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    The news has gotten way too depressing

    I quit watching the various major TV stations' news broadcasts about two months ago. I realized that I was finding myself slowly starting to feel angry, frustrated, sad, disappointed, vengeful -- the whole gamut of negative emotions from watching them. So I quickly changed the channel to my favorite...

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    Wrecking service helps Keys firefighters train

    I would like to thank Alex's Auto Wrecking & Parts on Rockland Key for helping and allowing us to conduct training at its facility on Jan. 27. I have been trying to have this training for some time now and it has been difficult to obtain cars.

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    Expand the Internet's reach

    In the eternal fight for justice and equality, access to a high-speed Internet connection has emerged as among the most critical civil-rights issues of the 21st Century. Yet almost 100 million Americans remain offline. Among the unconnected are millions of African Americans and low-income households...

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    Ragnar Relay is a nuisance

    Regarding the Ragnar Relay run this weekend, I may ask about the noise ordinance in Marathon. I was rudely awakened at 2:30 a.m. Saturday by honking horns and people yelling at the top of my street as these runners passed by. It was my only day to sleep in before going to work.

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