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Word of the Day Saturday, March 28, 2015
Pepper-upper entered English in the 1930s from the expression pep up, an Americanism from the early 1900s.

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The Multibillion-Dollar Hair-Extension Industry
Its all about having long, voluminous locks and what better way to attain them than with hair extensions? It has become a multibillion

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Real-life 'Gone Girl' kidnapping mystery deepens
The kidnapping of a California woman keeps getting stranger. She was reportedly taken from her home and showed up two days later. Police say

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If you've had a rough experience with a restaurant or repairman, you can rate them online. But with businesses living and dying by those reviews, some are now taking their critics to court.
If you've had a rough experience with a restaurant or repairman, you can rate them online. But with businesses living and dying by those

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Woman welders mix friends and fun with fire
"Women, welding and wine" is a course at New York's MakerSpace. Four a few hours, women learn the magic of metal, crafting new skills

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American Scene
 
CRIME - 25.00 Miles around Palm Harbor, FL 34685
A busy couple of days for law enforcement

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Amanda Knox Murder Conviction Overturned
Amanda Knox is acquitted of murder and sexual assault charges. Italy's highest appeals court overturned the conviction for Ms. Knox

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U.S. Pacific Fleet Announces 2014 Sea, Shore Sailors of the Year
ust getting to know my fellow 1st classes, and getting to know them as people, has been the biggest thing for me

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Face of Defense: Soldier Prepares for Warrior Games
They just get better and better with each practice run

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The Afflecks Take Capitol Hill
The Afflecks are making politics and social justice a family affair. Ben and wife Jennifer Garner brought their 9-year-old daughter, Violet,

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Voices From a Bygone Iran
Life under the Shah of Iran: Filmmaker Hossein Dehbashi has compiled an oral history from dozens of interviews with prominent members of pre

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Astronaut Scott Kelly blasts off for twin study
Scott Kelly will head to space to discover the long-term effects of weightlessness on the body. Scientists will compare changes in the bodie

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Are men in shorts 'disgusting'?
Author and social critic Fran Lebowitz is expressing how she reallyfeels about men in shorts: "There are few things I would rather see less,

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And the secret to living past 100
Researchers reveal that if you want a clue as to how long you'll live, look at your brothers and sisters: Siblings turn out to be the best

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Meet the woman breaking White House barriers
Leah Katz-Hernandez is the new receptionist of the United States. She's a 27-year-old Connecticut native, and she's deaf. She's a former

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Community
 
Today in History March 28
Highlights of this day in history: An accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant; Former President Dwight Eisenhower dies; The Sp

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Tax Collector Shines a Spotlight on Stop Child Abuse Specialty Tag
Additionally, any customer can stop in the office and make a cash donation if they wish, whether or not their vehicle registrations

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Wondrous days and starry nights at Pinellas County preserves
The Pinellas County app is available to connect citizens to their government and make it easy to report issues and access useful resources

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FirstFT Airlines tighten cockpit rules, Microsoft spreads the wealth
The days top headlines from the FirstFT briefing

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Pepsi passes Diet Coke as America's No. 2 soda
Coke has always been No. 1, but in new figures, Pepsi surged into second place. Soda sales overall have been falling for 10 years.

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Editorial
 
The Director of Navy Staff sent the following message to all Navy Units:
Latest Info for Sailors and Families on ISIS List

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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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Announcements
 
Reclaimed water seasonal restrictions begin in April
Restrictions for reclaimed water irrigation are in effect from April 1 to June 30

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The Pasco Fine Arts Council, Inc. is now accepting registrations
PFAC is located at 5744 Moog Road, Holiday.

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City of Safety Harbor Seeks 4th of July Firework Sponsors
If you or your company are interested in becoming a Safety Harbor 4th of July Celebration Sponsor or would like more information

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Dunedin Causeway bridges project study kick-off
Citizens invited to attend open house on Tuesday, March 31

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Registration Now Open For The 3rd Annual Multi-Jurisdictional Police Explorer Academy
The Academy will provide training in areas of communications, ethics, weapons familiarization and much more.

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