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Ducks down, but not out

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

As city commissioners sat down Tuesday to start hashing out new franchise agreements for the four sightseeing tour companies in Key West, there was no elephant in the room at Old City Hall. But there was a little talk about ducks.

Stock Island landmark listed for $2.5M

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Rusty Anchor restaurant owners Ramon and Patricia Rodriguez have put the Stock Island landmark restaurant and fish market they have owned for three decades on the market with a price tag of $2.5 million. "After 31 years, we're a little tired," Patricia Rodriguez told The Citizen on Monday.

And then there were two

Key West Citizen - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

One of three candidates for queen of Fantasy Fest has dropped out of the race, citing a knee injury. Sheri Pogue, 47, who had adopted the moniker "Sheri Baby" for her campaign, posted the announcement on her Facebook page Tuesday. However, she refused to comment on her reasons for ending her campaign, citing the advice of her attorney.
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KEY WEST -- A man who was airlifted to a Miami hospital Friday with severe brain injuries said he believes he was beaten up, according to an incident report. There were no reported arrests as of...
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"Thank you for the very positive editorial about John Thrasher's selection as president of FSU. He has been so unfairly maligned, but his heart has always been in education even though his profession...
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Village considering lease, purchase of fills

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

ISLAMORADA -- Village staff is trying to negotiate a sale or lease of a 2-mile strip of fills owned by the state's road agency along U.S. 1 between Upper and Lower Matecumbe keys. The Tea Table and Indian Key fills are popular with mainlanders who come to the area on weekends and holidays to swim, fish, ride personal watercrafts, barbecue and party.

Local rescues White House intruder's dogs

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

KEY LARGO -- A local woman drove nearly 40 hours in just over two days to rescue a pair of dogs last Saturday in the nation's capital. The pets are special to Noelle Cook. They are the animals found in the truck of Omar Gonzalez, the 42-year-old Army veteran who grabbed national headlines late last month after breaking into the White House.

Tangling with nature's wild side

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Most young kids have dreams of becoming a firefighter, policeman or astronaut when they grow up. Over time, those dreams can change into aspirations of becoming a teacher, doctor or lawyer. But...
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