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Along with Harvest Season Comes Flu Season

by Guerson Guerrier, MD Last year’s flu season was one of the worst outbreaks we have seen in a long time. Traditionally, flu season in Central Florida starts around September,

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Helpful Tips for a Beautiful Backyard Pond

By Grace Boggess There are plenty of renovations that can be quick and easy which can turn your regular backyard into a beautiful relaxation area. Backyard ponds can help improve

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Eichar Apiary: Saving the Bees One Hive at a Time

By Abby Crawford Let’s talk business, and I’m talking bees-ness. The bee industry has been facing a difficult time here lately. I wanted to take this time to talk about

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Warner Clay Shooting Team Aiming to Compete in 2018

by TIM CRAIG What started as a way to get involved in the community has turned into a competitive sport as Warner University will field its first-ever Sporting Clay Shooting

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Q&A About Upcoming Ranch Rodeo & Cowboy Heritage Festival

By Mary Toothman Put on your cowboy boots and get ready for a rodeo reunion. The 2018 Florida Cattlemen’s Associations Florida Ranch Rodeo & Free Cowboy Heritage Festival is coming

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Taking Fishing to the Next Level: Competitive Fishing More than a Relaxing Past-Time

By Cheryl Rogers Many people enjoy fishing because it’s relaxing. But for Kyle Stafford and Evan Wieber — and others like them — fishing is a competitive sport. Many people

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State-Funded Program Provides Outlet for Florida Veterans

By Matt Cobble Veterans in the United States are some of the bravest individuals on the planet. These noble men and women voluntarily sign up for a career that could

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Best Public Lands to Ride Your ATV in Florida

By Teresa Schiffer Many people enjoy getting off the beaten path in their spare time with a drive on an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) or OHV (off-highway vehicle). Hey, it’s fun

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Benefits of Food Plots on Your Recreational Land

Hunting, whether enjoyed solely by the landowners’ family and friends or if the landowner hosts hunts on his private property to bring in supplemental income, is a longstanding cultural way

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ACS – A Global Connection

All the ongoing news reports about foreign trade, tariffs, and the related political maneuverings in Washington and capital cities around the world have us thinking about trade, too. That would