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Word of the Day Thursday, September 29, 2016
Lodestone entered English in the 1500s with the first element of the word, lode, meaning "way, course."

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Free household chemical, electronics collections offered this fall
Residents can host their own mini-mobile collection

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ntroducing “My Money”: Florida’s Newest Financial Literacy Program
In this spirit, we've established partnerships across Florida, with many organizations

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Man Charged After Beating Pregnant Woman
On September 28, 2016 at 5:20 a.m., Lewis Ladarius went to the victim's residence

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Over 60,000 Vote-By-Mail Ballot Requests To Be Fulfilled
Vote-by-mail ballots cannot be forwarded but can be mailed to a temporary mailing address

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American Scene
 
Senate Passes Stopgap Budget to Avert Troop Pay Freeze
The stop-gap bill to fund the federal government through Dec. 9 must now be passed in the House by Friday

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Bataan Death March Survivor, Artist Ben Steele Dies at 98
I used to dream about Montana more than anything else, more than I did food —

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Defense Chief: 9/11 Bill Could Be Devastating to US Military
Carter's admonition, detailed in a letter to a senior member of Congress and released Tuesday

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Barriers Used to Protect Soldiers Now Stopping Floodwaters
Crews in Cedar Rapids hastily erected Hesco barriers along nearly 10 miles of the Cedar River

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Congress Divided as Shutdown Again Threatens Troop Pay
Why doesn't Congress stop their own pay? This would be a more effective method or getting action!!!

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Muslim London Mayor Visits Chicago, Pushes Sharia Law
“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” -George Washington

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Thomas Zurbuchen Named Head of NASA Science Mission Directorate
Thomas brings a wealth of scientific research and engineering experience to the Science Mission Directorate

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'Favors' to Blacks
Back in the 1960s, as large numbers of black students were entering a certain Ivy League university for the first time

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"Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience" To Open at National Air and Space Museum IMAX Theater Oct. 7
New Film From Acclaimed Director Terrence Malick

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Autonomous Tactical Drones May Soon Support Marines
The proposal for “organic tactical unmanned aircraft to support ground forces” is one of several outlined in the Defense Science Board’s

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Community
 
Reports: US Army Accidentally Tweets 'Trump Lies'
Once spread hard to get the truth out to repute rumor/error!

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Dutch Probe: Malaysian Jet Downed by Launcher from Russia
The conclusions were billed as results of a two-year Dutch-led criminal probe of the disaster that claimed 298 lives.

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Today in History: September 29
What Happened This Day In History.

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Free household chemical, electronics collections offered this fall
Residents can host their own mini-mobile collection

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Pinellas Commission adopts FY2017 budget
The County Commission held its first public budget hearing on the FY2017 budget on Sept. 14

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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 — dead as a dodo, by every empirical measure — 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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Free household chemical, electronics collections offered this fall
Residents can host their own mini-mobile collection

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Pinellas Commission adopts FY2017 budget
The County Commission held its first public budget hearing on the FY2017 budget on Sept. 14

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Hirshhorn Celebrates World Architecture Day Oct. 3 With Free Donuts and Architecture Tours for All Ages
Unique Circular Building Is an Icon of Modern Design

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Former Israeli President Shimon Peres Dies At Age 93
Peres was the last surviving member of Israel's founding fathersPeres was the last surviving member of Israel's founding fathers

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Fall events at Pinellas County preserves
Residents are invited to meet spiders and see them in a new light on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 10:30 a.m. to noon.

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