BRISTOL, Florida – Even though he was born in a U.S. Army base hospital in Heidelberg, Germany while his father was stationed there during his time in the service, there was never any doubt in Henry Green’s mind that his place in this world was in the woods of Florida. He’s been working out here since he was a boy in the ‘60s; now he’s a man in his 60s, and there’s still nowhere else he’d rather be.
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When the initial Pick your Promo promotion was launched earlier this summer, the folks at BARKO—from sales and marketing, to operations and finance—braced themselves for a dramatic increase in retail activity. By the time the initial promotion timeline had elapsed on July 31, the BARKO team was all-but hyperventilating. The response to the promotion was even more enthusiastic than the team had originally anticipated…
The arson-caused Tiger Island Fire in Louisiana is the state’s largest on record at 31,000 acres and was 50% contained in early September, according to news reports. The wildfire is one of almost 600 wildland fires that have burned in the state in…
The Corrigan Volunteer Fire Department, which has close to 25 active volunteers and answered more than 150 emergency calls in 2022, has kicked off a capital campaign to build a new fire station, which will cost $400,000. In support of this…
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