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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Time For Traditions

The holiday season is here! With Thanksgiving less than a week away, it is time to finalize and prep for your upcoming holiday plans. You and your family can celebrate here in Sanford with...

Sanford’s Original Chambers of Commerce

Last week’s Throwback feature traveled as far back as 1923 to showcase some of the area’s championship football teams. With the big holiday shopping season just around the corner, this week our journey moves...

Make Thanksgiving A Healthy Feast-ival

For many folks, the Thanksgiving meal is the best dining experience of the year.  Filled with all sorts of family favorite recipes and traditional goodies, like cakes, pies and cookies.  But as you begin...

LaKeisha Snipes -Lee County High School

Our latest Welcome To Sanford Teacher of the Week is LaKeisha Snipes of Lee County High School. Mrs. Snipes is in her first year at the high school as a freshman math teacher, after...

Make Your Thanksgiving A Festive Family Time

It's hard to believe we're less than 2 weeks away from Thanksgiving.  Which means now is the time to finalize all your plans for this special holiday.  In addition to giving thanks for all the...

Sanford Getting In The Spirit

We hope everyone’s November is off to a great start. This week we are featuring several family events that will get you in the spirit for the upcoming holiday season. Payton's Promise Foundation of HOPE...

Steele Appeal

This week’s Throwback Thursday feature shines the spotlight on one of Sanford’s leading streets of commerce for well over a century. Steele Avenue covers roughly 15 blocks of terrain in downtown Sanford, ending just...

Do You Have a “Fallback” For Spring Planting Plans?

We often talk in the Wellness Wednesday column about the importance of healthy nutrition habits and staying active  Gardening is a great way to accomplish both goals. Although we just an extra hour of...

Sarah Tribuzio – J Glenn Edwards Elementary

Our Welcome To Sanford Teacher of the Week is Sarah Tribuzio from J. Glenn Edwards Elementary School. Mrs. Tribuzio has been part of the Edwards family for the entirety of her four-year teaching career....

5 Ways To Help Students Improve Their Grades

Report cards for the first quarter are issued this Wednesday at Lee County Schools. After a close review of these results, there is a pretty good likelihood you'll know whether this school year is...

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