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Reliving Florida’s Tumultuous Past
On Mar. 3, Florida turned 169. As the Sunshine State moves into its 170th year, looking back reveals a whirlwind of activity initially associated with power struggles over land and between cultures, then by economic boons and busts associated with war.



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Making Wishes Come True Larry Lewis is at a good point in his life. A Gulfport musician who sings and plays guitar at local venues, he describes himself as “the little Jimmy Buffett guy in the corner of the restaurant.”


 
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Frank T. Hurley, Jr. 1924-2014 Local historian and community advocate, Frank T. Hurley, Jr. died Feb. 19 after a long illness. He was 89. After serving in the South Pacific with the U.S. Army Air Force during WW II, he joined his family in Pass-a- Grille in 1946.

 
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