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    Corruption runs deep

    Words are insufficient in describing the outrage felt by citizens throughout the nation, regarding the lenient consequences dealt out to Special Agent Kathy Smith by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, because of her misconduct. Many are inflamed by the degree of deception and malfeasancecharacterizing...

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    Police lives matter

    I hope the White House can support all lives, especially law enforcement lives, at such a critical time that challenges our very livelihood. It's important to respect law enforcement regardless of which side you are on. Take time to wave, shake hands, salute peace sign, or say a simple...

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    Despite doom and gloom, our fisheries are fine

    Evidently the special-interest Lloyd Brown refers to in his letter about the Biscayne National Park general management plan just happens to be some of the finest commercial fishermen, fish houses and bluewater and backcountry fishing guides in the world.

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    Biscayne National Park's resources need protection

    Lloyd Brown, director of Wildlife Rescue of Dade County, is offering a voice of sanity on the future of Biscayne National Park's marine resources.

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    Justice for Diamond

    We were in the courtroom for the case against Todd Alexander who was found guilty Friday, Aug. 21 of aggravated cruelty to an animal.

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    Ways for a safer season

    Every year, prior to and after the two-day lobster sport season, there are requests to abolish the event.

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    Gifford will be missed

    I watched "Monday Night Football" when I was growing up and the late Frank Gifford did a great job as a broadcaster for the show. He had a great, flamboyant voice, especially when he did the game introductions at the start of each telecast.

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    Reporting saved lives

    As a distinguished journalist with a parent company that assists in publishing The Reporter and The Keynoter; Julie Brown's brilliant article appearing in The Miami Herald focuses on corruption and cover-up in the Florida Department of Corrections. She has shed light upon the dangers and deadly...

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    Marathon High grad who pays it forward is an inspiration

    What a wonderful front-page article in the Aug. 19 Keynoter about 1972 Marathon High School graduate Regynald Washington, who endowed a university hospitality program with a $1 million donation.

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    In Marathon, priorities for capital projects are out of whack

    Seems like every couple years there is another push to build a community pool in Marathon but fortunately, past city councils have had enough sense not to act on this costly project. But now it seems that this council has gone as far as to budget $3 million for this project, but it seems that the...

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