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New details surface in migrant death case

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Two men accused of smuggling Cuban migrants in a boat that capsized in a storm south of the Dry Tortugas seven years ago in which five people were presumed to have drowned will likely face life in...

Paying our respects

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Gusts of wind rippled through a cascade of American flags, as turquoise waves crashed onto nearby banks and trumpets echoed through the Southern Keys Cemetery during the American Legion Post...

Artist sears lasting legacy with lens, wood

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Craig Durfee grew up in a world of touch football, not touch screens. He played outside; not online. Kids had sticker books; not smartphones — and anyone older than 35 remembers melting...
Citizen's Voice

“If the Southernmost Point wording was placed on both sides of the buoy, our guests could form two lines and cut the wait time in half.” “A pit bull will lay down it’s life...
Crime Report

KEY WEST — A routine check of a no-fishing zone led to the arrest of a man on homicide charges. Sgt. Chuck Kellenberger was at the north end of the Seven-Mile Bridge at 2:30 a.m. Monday and...
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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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