An Orbital ATK Cygnus is set to deliver supplies and equipment to the International Space Station after launching from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Tuesday night atop an Atlas V rocket. Blast off is set for 11:05 p.m., from Launch Complex 41, and there is a 30-minute launch window. The Air Force 45th Space Wing […]
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First term Republican Rep. Chris Latvala has drawn a Democratic challenger in his re-election campaign for House District 67. Attorney David Vogel filed for the Pinellas County seat March 2 and is currently the only candidate running against Latvala in the HD 67 race. Vogel is an alumnus of the Roger Williams University law school […]
A second Democrat has filed to take over for first-term Democratic Rep. Ed Narain in the Hillsborough County-based House District 61. Businesswoman Dianne Hart announced she would run for the seat Friday, joining former insurance consumer advocate and fellow Democrat Sean Shaw in the race. “I was born and raised in District 61 where I […]
At Elmendorf Farm on March 19, Common Hope (Storm Cat), the dam of Shared Belief, foaled a full brother to the juvenile Eclipse Award Champion of 2013, according to bloodhorse.com. The colt by Candy Ride took his first steps about an hour after being born, and the farm reported that “both mare and foal were […]
Former federal prosecutor Ken Sukhia will throw his hat into the race to replace U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham on Tuesday, according to a report by Sunshine State News. Sukhia was appointed U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Florida by former President George H.W. Bush, and represented both President George W. Bush during the 2000 Florida recount and later Ralph Nader as the Green […]
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House District 72 has drawn its first Republican candidate since current Rep. Ray Pilon announced he would vacate the seat to run for the Senate. Businesswoman Alexandra Miller filed Monday, joining Democrat Edward James in the race for the Sarasota County seat. “I’m not a politician. Like you, I am concerned for the future and […]
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Former state Sen. Gary Siplin is trying again to return to the Florida Senate, this time, for the moment, without his rival state Sen. Geraldine Thompson in the race. Siplin filed last Friday to seek another term in the senate, after having served the area in the Senate District 19, prior to redistricting that pushed the […]
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Two more candidates have filed for House District 21, setting up a four-way Republican Primary to replace Gainesville Rep. Keith Perry in the Alachua County seat. Pharmacist Tim Rogers filed for the seat as a Republican on March 14, followed by school teacher Marihelen Wheeler, a Democrat, on March 17. The pair join Republicans Chuck […]
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The catalog for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's 2016 Spring Sale of Sale of Two-Year-Olds in Training is now available via the OBS website at obssales.com. A sortable master index provides searchable pedigree and consignor information as well as access to pedigree updates occurring since the catalog was printed. The main page also contains links […]
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President Obama spent his first full day in Cuba on Monday, where he met earlier in the day with Cuban President Raul Castro. After their historic meeting, Castro said his country remained committed to normalizing relations but reiterated that it could only happen if Congress ends a decades-old economic blockade. The blockade, Castro said, is “the most […]