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Brevard County: Letters to the editor
Class warfare This White House is still playing class warfare. (President Barack) Obama will not back down on his "tax the rich" crap, which the tax will not hit the rich but our small businesses that are already afraid to hire anyone because of the tax increase and "Obamacare." Of course, (President) Obama can then again blame the Republicans ......
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Indian River County: Make changes to Medicare plan during open enrollment
The annual enrollment period for Medicare Advantage plans and stand-alone drug plans is here. You can enroll or make a change through Dec. 7. Any change you make would take effect on Jan. 1, 2013. Unless you qualify for a special enrollment period during the year or are eligible for Medicaid or the Extra Help program, this is the only time you can......
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Martin County: Letters to the editor
Event featured many earth angels I witnessed and shared a little bit of earthly heaven on Saturday, Nov. 17. It happened at the Cracker Fest in Fort Pierce at the Adams Ranch. Never have I seen or met so many earth angels. They were there sharing and giving back to a loving and caring institution called Treasure Coast Hospice. Volunteers from M......
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St. Lucie County: School selects ambassadors
Congratulations to Jordan Puskas-Sullivan and Hannah Knowles (alternate) for being selected as the 2012 John Carroll High School Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Ambassadors. Jordan will represent John Carroll High School at the South Florida Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership seminar held at Lynn University from May 16-19. The mission of HOBY is to prov......
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Volusia County: Public health inspections keep our community safe
By Tyler Browning For Hometown News DAYTONA BEACH -- People are sick and no one knows what's causing it. That is often the scenario Paul Minshew and his team faces as he investigates food borne outbreaks in our area. Mr. Minshew is right for the job. His extensive experience and passion for environmental health make him an expert in the area. ......
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