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Friday, May 22, 2015

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

Tomorrow's weather will be partly cloudy with a high of 94 and a 20 percent chance of rain. A PBS report reveals why the CIA destroyed its torture interrogation tapes; British officials are investigating child rape allegations that include involvement of 76 politicians and almost 250 U.K. celebrities; the FBI admits no major terrorism cases have been cracked with the help of Patriot Act powers; the E.U. dropped laws regulating cancer and sterility-linked pesticides due to U.S. pressure over the new Trans-Pacific trade deal; egg prices have spiked after 39 million birds have died due to the bird flu.

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

Florida health officials were informed Thursday that the state will receive $1 billion in hospital funding from the federal government for 2015-2016. The funding amount is a $1.16 billion reduction from previous years; yet it's $1 billion more than expected after the feds announced discontinuation of the Low Income Pool program for Florida completely. The money will be used to reimburse hospitals for providing care for the uninsured.

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

Port Manatee is considering constructing a two-acre cargo pad. At Thursday's Port Authority Board meeting, Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc. demonstrated their wares in a presentation that impressed Authority members.

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

Former Local ARTery reporter Ringo Khan returns from his prolonged sabbatical for another installment of Letters From The Wasteland. This time, Ringo vents his frustrations regarding Goodwill Industries' new boutique concept after he can't scrape together enough scratch to buy the vintage sport coat his heart desires.

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

This Memorial Day Weekend, Audubon is reminding Floridians to share the coast with Florida's original "beach babies," rare and declining species of birds that nest on Florida's beaches and coastal islands. Unfortunately, when boaters or beachgoers approach nesting birds too closely, they may unintentionally cause the death of chicks and eggs. When parents are flushed from their nests, chicks and eggs are left vulnerable to predators, overheating by the summer sun, crushing under foot, or falling and drowning in water beneath the nest. A single ill-timed disturbance can destroy an entire colony.

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

In an effort to thank local law enforcement and military personnel for their service to the country, Manatee County Animal Services will offer pet adoption specials throughout most of the summer.

Published Friday, May 22, 2015

At Thursday's Port Authority meeting, members were delivered a presentation from Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment INC. In other business, the Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation Program approved a FEMA grant for the port to modernize its south gate.


Thursday, May 21, 2015

Published Thursday, May 21, 2015

Tomorrow's weather will be partly cloudy with a high of 91 and a 20 percent chance of rain. The California oil spill is now five times worse than originally thought; hundreds of tech companies are opposing the new Trans-Pacific trade deal over Internet freedom concerns; Canada may impose tariffs after the WTO deemed U.S. meat labeling law 'discriminatory and protectionist'; 40 percent of jobless Americans have given up looking for work; an oil company CEO told a university dean to dismiss scientists researching links between oil and gas activity and earthquakes.

Published Thursday, May 21, 2015

As lawmakers get ready to head into a special session on the budget, all eyes are on the issue of health care. I refer to health care and not Medicaid expansion as most media outlets call it, because that option isn't being meaningfully considered. Instead, Florida Republicans continue to bicker over how to solve a very real problem with everything other than the most obvious solution, par for the course here in the land of the weird.

Published Thursday, May 21, 2015

NOAA is predicting possible cautionary conditions throughout the weekend which could prove problematic for those hoping to go out in the boat on Memorial Day. The bag limit for recreational red snapper has decreased from four to two.



Manatee Rural Health Certificate


Name Date
Edward Huffman May 13, 2015
Cheryl Werner May 9, 2015
James Champlain May 15, 2015
Morton Pitt May 16, 2015
Jane Skorupa May 15, 2015
Chad Day May 16, 2015
Robert Kent May 7, 2015
Lawrence Stickell, May 13, 2015
Muriel Simmons May 13, 2015
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