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Word of the Day Monday, July 25, 2016
Chiasmus stems from the Greek word chiasmós meaning "crossing," and which in turn is formed on the root chi, the twenty-second letter of th

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Basic Self-Defense Workshop at the Safety Harbor Library
The Library is located at 101 2nd Street North, Safety Harbor.

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Two men arrested in undercover operation targeting prostitution
Two (2) men were arrested and charged with Solicitation of Prostitution. Two vehicles were also seized under City Code 33-271.

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In 'Small-town' Guantanamo, Navy Pilot Presides over Traffic
That's the thing about Guantanamo. Commanders compare the 45-square-mile outpost to a small town of maybe 6,000 people.

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US Says Guantanamo Base Worker Got Zika after Jamaica Trip
It is the first recorded case of the mosquito-borne virus at the base on the southeastern tip of the Caribbean island.

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American Scene
 
Obama: Trump's NATO Comments Show 'Lack of Preparedness'
Obama, speaking before the Democratic National Convention begins Monday

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Trump Scheduled to Receive Intelligence Breifings
After winning the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, Donald Trump is now set to receive U.S. intelligence briefings

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After Obama's Green Light, Afghan Forces Are on the Offensive
The inexperienced Afghan forces have largely stalled in the fight against Islamic militants ever

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Army to Keep Infantry Icon's Awards Unchanged Despite 'Discrepancies'
The book was a moving account of the November 1965 Battle of Ia Drang Valley in the Vietnam War

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Therapy Goats at Risk if Veteran Can't Fund Farm Upgrades
Robert Ragels, 47, a 100 percent-disabled Army veteran who served in the Gulf War and Bosnia, has a menagerie of therapy animals

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Russian Warplanes Reportedly Bombed US Base in Syria
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the Russian strike on the CIA-linked site was part of a campaign by Russia

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Obama Denies US Involvement in Failed Turkey Coup
After the coup attempt, Obama issued written statements expressing strong support for Turkey's democratically elected, civilian government

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National Postal Museum To Host 13th Annual Sundman Lecture: ‚ÄúParks, Postmarks and Postmasters‚ÄĚ
The museum‚Äôs new ‚ÄėTrailblazing‚Äô exhibition explores how mail shaped many of the places

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Pentagon Revises Manual to Clarify Protections of Journalism
The amended manual, published on Friday, also drops wording that equated journalism with spying.

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American Samurai
That was the first time I thought I was going to die,‚ÄĚ Sergeant Bill Hull said. Hull and his outfit‚ÄĒthe 1st Battalion, 141st Regiment

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Community
 
Today in History: July 25
What Happened This Day In History.

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Pinellas: Proposed FY17 county budget presented
County recognized for budget achievement

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Judge: Authority to Ease Pollard's Parole Conditions is Limited
During a nearly two-hour hearing, U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest repeatedly lowered expectations for Jonathan Pollard

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SE Asia Deadlocked as South China Sea Split Deepens
Their gathering in the Laos capital is the first time regional players

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Afghanistan Marks Day of National Mourning after Deadly Attack
Funerals were due to begin quietly in western Kabul as families collected their dead from hospitals and morgues across the capital.

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Editorial
 
Judges, With Hat in Hand
The words vary. but the song of corruption seems never to desist You cannot even get your vote counted because of the Black Robed Bandits

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On The Right - Hillary Rode More Coattails Than She Broke Glass Ceilings
Hillary Clinton's expected presidential run is being hailed as a chance to shatter the glass ceiling.

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On The Right - Hillary's Email Scandal: Clinton Fatigue Arrives Early
Had Richard Nixon burned his tapes, he would have survived Watergate. Sure, there would have been a major firestorm, but no smoking gun.

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On The Left - Why Americans Can't Get A Raise: Deference To Shareholders
The extinction of the American raise ‚ÄĒ dead as a dodo, by every empirical measure ‚ÄĒ has become a truth universally acknowledged.

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On the left - Bill O'Reilly's Book Misses The Story Of Gen. George Patton
It's a fortunate thing that Bill O'Reilly's latest book, "Killing Patton," was written by him and not someone else.

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Announcements
 
Basic Self-Defense Workshop at the Safety Harbor Library
The Library is located at 101 2nd Street North, Safety Harbor.

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National Postal Museum To Host 13th Annual Sundman Lecture: ‚ÄúParks, Postmarks and Postmasters‚ÄĚ
The museum‚Äôs new ‚ÄėTrailblazing‚Äô exhibition explores how mail shaped many of the places

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New Exhibition ‚ÄúVisions and Revisions: Renwick Invitational 2016‚ÄĚ Opens Sept. 9
Renwick Gallery Showcases Contemporary Artists Steven Young Lee, Kristen Morgin, Jennifer Trask and Norwood Viviano

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Wanted Suspect Needed for Questioning in Homicide Case
Failure to Appear (FTA) Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, FTA Carrying a Concealed Firearm, FTA Felon in Possession of a Firearm

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Pinellas County Extension and University of Tampa partner for film series
Movies highlighting global sustainability issues will be hosted at UT from Sept. 12 - Nov. 14.

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