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'Find a way and you'll get there'

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Diana Nyad, who one year ago completed a 110-mile swim from Cuba to the shores of Key West at age 64, returned to the scene of her spectacular Labor Day landing Monday with words of wisdom and...

New deal: Trash hike $2 a year, not $37

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, September 2, 2014

City commissioners plan to make good on their promise to deflate a residential trash bill hike set to cost Key West property owners an extra $37 a year starting Jan. 1. On Wednesday, the commission...

Study: Ghost traps impact coral, fisheries

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Thousands of fishing traps are lost or abandoned each year in United States waters, including the Florida Keys, but continue still to catch marine life such as spiny lobster. These ghost, or...
Citizen's Voice

"I'm driving on North Roosevelt Boulevard right now for the first time and it's beautiful. Hopefully it will bring business back to this area." "The Key West iguanas eat better than the Key West...
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A slightly drunk 24-year-old man told police he threw about $25 in cash at a stranger who called him a gay slur and punched him on the nose when he replied in kind, according to an incident...
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Wilderness Act has big impact on Everglades

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, August 27, 2014

In 1964, as President Lyndon Johnson signed the Wilderness Act, he declared it to be among "the most far-reaching conservation measures that a far-sighted nation has ever coped with." Now, as the Wilderness Act turns 50 on Sept. 3, Florida Bay and the Everglades have become two of its largest beneficiaries.

Mooney, Pinder join race; Forster retained

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, August 27, 2014

ISLAMORADA -- Jim Mooney, who sat on the first Village Council after incorporation in 1998, will take on incumbent Ken Philipson in November for another go-round on the dais.

Failing vacuum pits cost village

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, August 27, 2014

ISLAMORADA -- Failing vacuum pits on Plantation Key are expected to increase the cost of Islamorada's sewer project between $400,000 and $600,000, according to officials. When the pits fail, they...
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