Top Headlines: Dunedin Soldier Mourned; Blue Jays Leaving Town?
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Army Spc. Zack Shannon, a Dunedin High grad who died in Afghanistan on Monday, is remembered as doing what he loved and will remain a "source of strength" to his fellow soldiers.
According to a report by the The Globe and Mail in Toronto, the franchise will spend the next 12 months exploring stadium options outside of Dunedin.
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputies report that when the knife blade broke from the handle, Michael Patrick Hennagir, 20, went into the kitchen for more knives.
The Gibbs Quadski is capable of reaching 45 mph on land or sea. The high speed amphibian vehicle is available at Cycle Springs and sells for about $40,000.
The program expanded from 24 to 30 students and it has hired another instructor.
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