Posts from January 2014

Puppy Bowl MVP (Most Valuable Puppy) Star from Orlando

Puppy Bow'ls MVP is from an Orlando animal rescue.

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Parents Just Don't Understand

Well it's happened.  Time has gone by, your kids have grown up and now (as your parents said about you), kids today do some strange things!  Take a look at things kids do today that parents just don't understand, like never listening to voicemails, wearing drop crotch pants and why they don't want to hang out with you anymore!

Click here for the list
-Chris Malone
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School Closings For Thursday, January 30, 2014

Winterly weather has caused some of the area school districts to cancel classes for students and faculty Thursday, January 30, 2014

Bradford County
Columbia County
Lafayette County

Alachua County
Citrus County
Dixie County
Gilchrist County
Levy County
Marion County
Sumter County

Conditions may change, so please click on your county for the latest news from the school board

-Chris Malone
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Simple And Delicious Football Party Food Recipes

There’s no need to go searching all over the Internet for recipes to make party food fro Sunday's last football game of teh season. There are plenty of crowd-pleasing recipes right here that you can make with ingredients that you trust. Thanks to
  • Best Buffalo Wings – One of the event’s most popular foods can be brought in, cold and soggy, from a local pizzeria. Or, you can make amazing Buffalo Chicken Wings at home, including the blue cheese dressing.
  • Jalapeno Poppers – For those how like some heat without the meat, these three-cheese, cumin and shallot filled poppers do the trick.
  • Spicy Toasted Nuts – What is it about the Super Bowl and spicy, hot treats? Maybe it’s because spicy foods go well beer. This quick and easy mixture of nuts and spices takes five minutes to throw together and 20 minutes in the oven with a few stirs.
  • Roasted Red Pepper Hummus – A decade or so ago, might have seemed like an odd choice for many Super Bowl parties. This Mediterranean spread has become mainstream, and everyone loves it as a dip for veggies, crackers and chips. It’s so versatile, too. (If Roasted Red Pepper doesn’t strike your fancy, try Black Garlic Caramelized Onion Hummus or Roasted Red Beet Hummus or Pumpkin Rosemary Hummus.)
  • Slow Cooker Black Bean Chili – A simple basic beef and bean chili where you control the heat. Serve with grated cheese and some sour cream.
  • Vegetarian Pumpkin Chili – A no-meat version of chili with pumpkin (or other squash), turnips, corn and beans.
  • Guacamole – This basic guacamole will go quickly, so you might want to double it for a big crowd.
  • Pizza Dough – If you make your own, this dough is chewy and flavorful. Spread with a family’s favorite, homemade pizza sauce and add the toppings of your choice.
  • Ranch dressing and dip – Don’t buy bottled. This recipe can be thinned out for dressing or thickened for a dip and has none of the sugary, chemically taste that store-bought dips can have.
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Check Your Bank Statement For a Charge Of $9.84

The Better Business Bureau has put out a national alert to consumers to be on the lookout for any recent charge for $9.84 on their credit or debit card, warning that it could be fraud. A worldwide scam has been discovered in which stolen cards are being used to make small charges in that amount that could easily be missed, attributed to websites with names like, and that claim to support customer services. It's not yet clear how widespread the scam is and when the credit card numbers were stolen.
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