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It’s Senior Day in Clearwater

CLEARWATER – The year was 1915. Woodrow Wilson was president, based on his pledge to keep America out of World War I. Almost immediately after his re-election, the United States entered World War I.
Published: 05/08/15
Tornadoes following new coach’s lead

Tornadoes following new coach’s lead

CLEARWATER —The Clearwater High School Tornadoes believe they’re on the brink of a breakout football season this year.
Published: 05/08/15
Muralist paints town

Muralist paints town

DUNEDIN — Best known for her large outdoor dog mural downtown, artist Anna Hamilton Fields literally has made a mark with her colorful wall paintings.
Published: 05/08/15
What’s SUP?

What’s SUP?

Safety Harbor — There’s something about being alone on the water, with nothing but a piece of wood or fiberglass beneath your feet and a paddle in your hand, that makes some people contemplate their place in the world.
Published: 05/08/15
Home is where the coffee is

Home is where the coffee is

LARGO — When does a “haus” feel like a home?
Published: 05/08/15
Coming to the rescue

Coming to the rescue

IF YOU GO
Published: 05/08/15
Bubble ball soccer gaining fans around Tampa Bay

Bubble ball soccer gaining fans around Tampa Bay

SAFETY HARBOR — Haven’t heard about bubble ball soccer yet? You will.
Published: 05/08/15
Valedictorian stays active at Clearwater High

Valedictorian stays active at Clearwater High

CLEARWATER — For the second straight year, Clearwater High was named a “model school” by the International Center for Leadership in Education, which means the Class of 2015 will leave well prepared for college and beyond.
Updated one month ago
Largo High valedictorian ready for next phase of life

Largo High valedictorian ready for next phase of life

LARGO — Being a class valedictorian comes with a lot of pressure and responsibilities.
Updated one month ago
St. Paul’s sailor riding waves of success

St. Paul’s sailor riding waves of success

CLEARWATER — While youngsters around the country hunted for colored eggs and gorged themselves on jelly beans and chocolate rabbits, 13-year-old Alex Temko spent his Easter sailing for Team USA in the Netherlands.
Updated one month ago