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Being in the crosshairs of censorship

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

It can all start with "The Lorax." For years, the Dr. Seuss children's book has landed on lists of banned books, or it has been challenged as too offensive for public viewing.

Silver Airways takes Southwest's place

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Silver Airways plans to pick up at least one of the three routes that departing Southwest Airways will be leaving behind. Silver Airways has been operating out of Key West since May 2011, offering...

Good vibrations

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Some "boy and his dog" stories never get old. Take Key Wester Rusty Appleby and his canine friend Hooper, for instance. At 67, Appleby has been retired from full-time work for several years, but...
Crime Report

A 53-year-old Key West man was jailed Monday night after police said he raged at his ex-girlfriend and attacked her. But the domestic dispute turned into a one-man drug bust when police said they...
Citizen's Voice

"Why doesn't Key West implement a living wage law with a $15 minimum wage? This is the perfect place to do it, as our jobs can't move elsewhere and most of the increase would flow right back into the...
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Habitat homeunwelcomedby neighbors

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

PLANTATION KEY -- The Village Council said no to Habitat for Humanity last week, but in the process staved off a certain backlash from residents of the Plantation Lake Estates neighborhood. At issue was a request to build an affordable home on a lot on the edge of the gated community that sits directly across the Overseas Highway from Founders Park.

Bird hospital planning to fly south

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

TAVERNIER -- Monroe County Commissioners are expected Wednesday to dole out $265,000 in county tourism dollars to the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center to help with the relocation of its hospital. County Mayor Sylvia Murphy, who said she sees no reason the money shouldn't be approved, hasn't heard any opposition.

Crane Point zipline proposal pulled

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

MARATHON -- Crane Point Museum and Nature Center has withdrawn its plans for a zipline canopy tour, which proved too difficult to implement in an expedient manner. According to Loretta Geotis,...
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