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Pro at Silver Dollar course wants players to have fun
Bobby Capobianco has a very simple way to run a golf course.
Published on 03/21/13
Animals welcome at Walker Middle School
There was a hamster on the loose at Walker Middle School last week and the only way anyone knew she was still somewhere in the school was a slight rustling coming from the inside of Jodie Dukesí science classroom.
Published on 02/21/13
Updated on 03/04/13
Drum circles strike rhythmic vibe
For some people, it's a spiritual vibe, a rhythmic harmony binding nature to nurture in a steady beat, emulating the pulse of life.
Published on 12/12/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Hammond principal goes whole hog for good cause

Hammond Elementary School Principal Lynn Rattray kisses a pig after students meet their $3,000 challenge in a read-a-thon by raising $12,000.

Published on 03/20/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Blessing in disguise

Charles Haines has signed autographs, stood at center field at a Rays game and center ice at a Lightning game and posed for pictures when people stopped him.

Published on 10/06/10
Updated on 03/21/13
A year to remember

Jacob Rivers had a star-studded year. The Walker Middle School sixth-grader was one of 152 students from the United States and five other countries selected to attend a diabetes awareness conference in Washington in June...

Published on 12/30/09
Updated on 03/24/13
One of Santa's helpers

Their lists to Santa included an Easy Bake oven, a football and the Littlest Pet Shop toys.

Published on 12/30/09
Updated on 03/24/13
Youngster travels to Washington to fight diabetes

Jacob Rivers went to Washington, D.C., two weeks ago for a chance to ask lawmakers to support diabetes research, but he never expected to wind up at the White House.

Published on 07/08/09
Updated on 03/23/13
Nest loses its sting

It looked like a papier-mache mushroom cloud and hummed like a large fluorescent bulb.

Published on 05/28/09
Updated on 03/22/13
Howling For Health

Walker Middle School hopes to point children toward healthy choices with a three-part fitness fair Friday.

Published on 04/01/09
Updated on 03/22/13
It's Not Just For Kicks

In swift, staccato movements, Bethany Febre makes a series of swipes for her imaginary opponent. She kicks, blocks and punches before the teacher finishes his count of three.

Published on 02/25/09
Updated on 03/24/13
Robotics Team Set For State Games

A community-based high school robotics team that formed this year has qualified for the state championship.

Published on 02/18/09
Updated on 03/24/13
Gardener Earns An Honor

Jim Hawk won't be found living in one of those neighborhoods where homes are crammed next to each other and yards can be cut with a few swipes of the lawn mower.

Published on 12/24/08
Updated on 05/22/13
Teens Turned On By Robotics

Joel, Aaron, Hunter, B.J. and "Chris-Squared" didn't need a common high school to form a team.

Published on 11/12/08
Updated on 05/19/13
Looking Down The Road

Betting on the ponies isn't the only gamble Roger Strouf makes when he heads to Tampa Bay Downs.

Published on 10/29/08
Updated on 05/18/13