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By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer For many sitting at the end of Marigold Avenue Wednesday afternoon, the groundbreaking of Poinciana Parkway was a moment decades in the making.
By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer Everyone has their holiday tradition, and this year the St. Cloud Police Department continued theirs with the Shop with a Cop program.
By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Santa Claus made an early stop in Kissimmee this week.
By Ken Jackson Staff Writer The prospect of an appeal doesn’t exactly appeal to April Boggs in the shooting death of her two sons.
The top 15 individuals from every event earn trip to rodeo’s big show By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Just what is this National Finals Rodeo that has enticed Osceola County’s civic leaders to commit more than $50 million in tourist tax revenue to lure the 10-day event from Las Vegas to Central Florida beginning in 2015? Described as the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s “Super Bowl,” the NFR brings together the
Kowboys grapplers best at LA’s Megatron Invitational By Rick Pedone Sports Editor County wrestling teams will compete at several holiday tournaments this weekend, with Osceola High, just back from the Megatron Invitational in Los Angeles, making another long distance trip Friday to Homestead for the South Dade District 16 Duals. St. Cloud will host the 19-team Bulldog Brawl Friday and Saturday, a duals tournament that will include Celebration, Liberty and
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Harmony High’s athletes get the nod as Osceola County’s public school GPA leaders one third of the way into the 2013-14 athletic year. The Longhorns posted a cumulative GPA of 3.444 and were the leaders in eight of nine fall sports according to statistics released recently by the School District of Osceola County. Harmony’s teams were the leaders in boys cross country (3.524), girls cross
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF presents the epic theatrical event The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I and II. Written by David Edgar and adapted from the novel by Charles Dickens, the production is produced in collaboration with Theatre UCF. co-directed by artistic director Jim Helsinger and Theatre UCF Chair/Artistic Director Christopher Niess, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I & II is presented
Central Florida residents can get a taste of the Sundance Film Festival with the screening of Little Accidents at the Enizan Theater, Jan. 30. The Enzian was selected as one of 9 independent theaters in cities across the country on January 30 as part of the Sundance Film Festival USA initiative. Audiences in 9 cities, including Maitland/Orlando will have the opportunity to share in the excitement of discovery of
By Peter Covino A&E Editor It was an emotional day at Arabian Nights, the dinner show attraction featuring horses and performers in a colorful show that has been one of the major attractions along Osceola County’s busy U.S. Highway 192 tourism corridor. But in just about two more weeks, the curtain will permanently come down on a show that has been around for 25 years and for more than 10,000
By Peter Covino A&E Editor If you really like keeping close tabs on what’s on TV at any given moment, and like the idea of keeping track of what your friends and relatives current favorites are, Bright House has got a new app for you. TV Explorer, also available for Direc TV, Dish Networks, Verizon FIOS and AT & T Uverse subscribers lets you see at a glance what is
By Peter Covino Arts & Entertainment Editor There aren’t too many days on the TV calendar where I at least make a mental note that a movie or TV series will be on. Nothing was as historic as the return of another season of The Sopranos. And Six Feet Under consistently had some of the best scripts ever for a TV series. Game of Thrones, yet another HBO series probably
By Peter Covino A&E Editor The city of Kissimmee and Kissimmee Main Street has got your number this New Year’s Eve. After a one-year hiatus, the New Year’s Eve cube will officially welcome 2014 in Osceola County in downtown Kissimmee. Former Kissimmee City Commissioner Jerry Gemskie, who helped organized the cube celebration, a much smaller version of the giant ball drop at Time Square, said the cube will be back