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It was as nice a sky, and as brutal a heat, as can be imagined in north Florida in mid-June, but the girls and young women were up for playing ball. At last weekend’s Dixie Youth Softball …

The Liberty County Bulldogs put an early end  to the Franklin County Seahawk softball team's playoff hopes, with an 8-1 win Tuesday night in Port St. Joe.

Freshman Lady Seahawk pitcher was a busy young woman last Thursday, as she pitched two complete seven-inning games to help her team sweep a double-header against Leon. In the opener, Ham fanned …

The Wewahitchka Gators stayed undefeated in district play with a 4-3 victory at home over Franklin County  Thursday night.  After both teams anted up two-run  first innings. the …

TALLAHASSEE --- Florida is about to find out how much a week of sales-tax “freedom” translates into capitalism. Starting Thursday, in what lawmakers dubbed “Freedom Week,” people will receive sales-tax breaks when they make a wide range of purchases that could help spur them to be more active after being limited by the coronavirus pandemic. Shoppers from Thursday through July 7 will be able to avoid paying all or part of sales taxes on purchases such as grills; bicycles; fishing and camping gear; kayaks and canoes; tickets for concerts, movies and ball games; gym memberships; boxes of softballs and sleeves of tennis balls; and even sunscreen.

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