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Sailing the rough seas of friendship

Key West Citizen - Sunday, May 24, 2015

I have never covered war and I was not in Berlin, Germany when the wall came down. But I can now say that I was in Havana, Cuba when a wall between our two countries started to crumble. I watched an...

Getting to Cuba is getting easier, but ...

Key West Citizen - Sunday, May 24, 2015

Change isn’t always easy, but is often good, sometimes great. And while a small number of Americans have always traveled to Cuba, the process is becoming easier these days for all...

County's nonprofit funding up to $1.9M

Key West Citizen - Sunday, May 24, 2015

Monroe County will supply nonprofits with $1.9 million in the next fiscal year, a 10 percent increase over last year. The increase is long overdue, said County Commissioner Sylvia Murphy, who has...
Citizen's Voice

“42 dog bite-related fatalities occurred in 2014 in the U.S. Pit bulls contributed to more than half (27) of these deaths. Pit bulls make up about 6 percent of the dog population in the...
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KEY WEST — Police went twice to an Old Town apartment Wednesday after a woman’s ex-boyfriend kept returning uninvited, the last time allegedly vandalizing two air conditioning...
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Study: Pythons like saltwater habitats, too

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 20, 2015

SOUTH FLORIDA — A study published last month by the U.S. Geological Survey found that while Burmese pythons inhabit the freshwater marshes of Everglades National Park —...

NOAA researchers dive slave ship wreck

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 20, 2015

MARATHON — A group of federal maritime archaeologists are trying to uncover more details of a sunken slave ship near Delta Shoals off Sombrero Reef. Locals name the area The Ivory Wreck, which is located a few hundred yards away from the lighthouse. The name stems from ivory tusks discovered on the wreck site in the late 1940s.

Corps never OK'd document bearing its logo

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, May 20, 2015

LOWER KEYS — A purported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers document, prepared by the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority and used by Monroe County in applications related to the Cudjoe Regional...
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