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Musings on CNN’s obsession with Flight 370 and other topics

As I do on occasion, I take off my fluffy humor column hat and put on my intrepid journalist fedora to delve into some of the pressing issues of the day. I have uncovered some interesting tidbits of news that somehow didn’t make the regular news broadcasts.

Here they are.

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Poor health stats reflect us poorly

Reading in last week’s edition about Baker County’s dismal rankings in key health-related areas prompts one to wonder how others absorb the information.

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Eschews etiquette when it applies to remote

As promised, here is part two of my everyday etiquette column. Last week my son Dylan pointed out how there needs to be a new kind of etiquette for everyday items, because people have become rude, and I agree. So here are some more observations of ordinary things that should have their own unwritten rules of conduct. Or written – since that’s what I seem to be doing.

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Extension centennial

Dear Editor:

This year, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Smith-Lever Act that established the Cooperative Extension Service. In Florida, extension allows us all to benefit from the research and education of our land-grant universities, the University of Florida and Florida A&M University.

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