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Our employees stay busy on a daily basis working hard to keep you and your loved ones safe. With roughly 200 marked patrol cars patrolling our highways and neighborhoods and responding to emergencies, it’s rather easy to spot them and see all the many different things they do to take care of…

Last fall, I, along with my Republican colleagues, renewed our Commitment to America that our focus in the new Congress would be policies that build an economy that’s strong; a nation that’s safe; a future that’s built on freedom; and a government that’s accountable to the American people. N…

Sometimes we may feel like we’re going through the motions, performing the same tasks, thinking the same thoughts, reaping the same outcome.

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of columns by Daniel Webster, who represents District 11 of the U.S. House of Representatives. The columns are provided to help inform constituents of government processes and activities.

“I have struggled with sending this email for weeks. You will see what I have to say will ruffle the feathers of many school districts. Good. I hope it does. You say there is a shortage of teachers in the state of Florida. I respectfully disagree with you. There is not a shortage of teachers…

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Salley Clare (Pagenkemper) Baumann was born October 22, 1946, in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania to Arthur and Doris (Braun) Pagenkemper. Sallye Baumann died on December 7, 2021, at the age of 75 in Tavares, Florida.

Editor’s note: David Dunn-Rankin, who many readers know through his weekly column, is CEO of this newspaper’s parent company and the son of Betty Dunn-Rankin. The following originally ran in the Venice Gondolier.