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Osceola News-Gazette 16h
Country Thunder adds more big names to music festival lineup, coming spring 2019
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Osceola News-Gazette 18h
Machine recounts in County will begin soon, and must be complete by 3 p.m. Thursday.
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Osceola News-Gazette 20h
Does spending money win elections? We looked at recent campaigns in for answers.
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Osceola News-Gazette 20h
Still confused about recounts? Manual recounts across the state end 3 p.m. Thursday. Any races still within a margin of 0.25 percent or less will go to a manual hand would end Sunday. For more information, look for our upcoming article online.
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Osceola News-Gazette 20h
Jamie Steffen is a female firefighter. And she's awesome. 👍
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 12
Madame Tussauds debuts new 'Aquaman' wax figure
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 12
Cornerstone Hospice hosts Cornerstone SALUTES! pinning ceremony for veterans
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 10
BurgerFi is giving back to St. Jude's with limited-time Steakhouse Bleu Burger
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 9
The Christmas Tree Trail is open for the season at Disney Springs
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 9
First Look: 2018 Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 8
The Town of Celebration is turning 25 in 2019. Check it out.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 7
Margaritaville Resort Orlando to host hiring fair, Nov. 14-15
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 7
and are back in for another term. Watch our video with reporter, , to learn more.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
With all 95 of Osceola County precincts reporting results, 52.77 percent of the county's 218,000 registered voters cast a ballot one way or another. That's well done in a mid-term election.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
ST. CLOUD CITY COUNCIL: While Dave Askew has won Seat 4 re-election with 61% of the vote over Anthony Busby, Keith Trace has defeated incumbent Donny Shroyer for Seat 5 with 64% of the vote.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
KISSIMMEE CITY COMMISSION: Restauranteur Felix Ortiz held his early lead in early voting throughout the night, earned Seat 2 with 61% of the vote.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
District 42 voters are sending Mike La Rosa back to Tallahassee for a 4th term in the Legislature. He defeated Barbara Cady with 54% of the vote.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
COUNTY COMMISSION: District 4's wins re-election with 61.76% of the vote over challenger Adam Michelin.
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Osceola News-Gazette Nov 6
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