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Articles from the May 1, 2022 edition

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  • Communist Regime Didn't Stop School Board Candidate from Pursuit of Happiness

    Tom Lemons|Updated Jun 30, 2022

    PASCO – If there is anyone who can appreciate life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, it's someone who has lived under the thumb of an oppressive communist regime. Just 90 miles off the coast of Miami, Florida is one such dictatorship that has committed untold numbers of human rights violations against its own people. According to the U.S. Department of State, Cuba's Raul Castro and his late brother Fidel are responsible for numerous arbitrary killings, including e...

  • Armadillo and Unrestrained Motorists to Blame in Separate Fatal Crashes

    Tom Lemons|Updated May 20, 2022

    PASCO – The westbound lanes of SR-54 were closed for several hours last night, while the Florida Highway Patrol investigated a crash that claimed the life of one person and severely injured another. According to officials, a 25-year-old New Port Richey man was driving eastbound on SR-54, approaching Country Place Blvd in the inside lane, when for reasons unknown, the driver lost control and struck the center concrete median. The vehicle overturned, ejecting the driver, a 2...

  • Reverend's Criticism of Gov. Ron DeSantis Prompts Sunday Morning Protest

    Tom Lemons|Updated May 20, 2022

    ST. PETERSBURG – Reverend Andy Oliver of the Allendale United Methodist Church in St. Petersburg is no stranger to controversy, but his recent criticisms of Gov. Ron DeSantis crossed the line with a group of vocal conservatives. In response to Gov. DeSantis's removal of several math books from Florida schools, over what he says contain Critical Race Theory (CRT), Common Core, and other "woke" content, Rev. Oliver posted to the church signboard, "DeSantis is banning math books...

  • Man's Mysterious Disappearance Prompts Massive Search in Hernando Beach

    Tom Lemons|Updated May 20, 2022

    HERNANDO BEACH – The Hernando County Sheriff's Office is searching area of Comanerp Entra in Hernando Beach, after an elderly man disappeared early this morning. According to officials, 74-year-old Richard Joseph Adolphe Paquet and his wife recently moved to the area from Nova Scotia, Canada. On May 3. 2022, Paquet was involved in a minor vehicle crash in the city of Brooksville but no one was injured in the crash. Later that evening, Paquet backed his pewter-colored panel v...