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Local veteran group honors those with mental illnesses


Adult Education Classes along with English Speakers of Other Languages, and English For Language Learners programs are no longer free in the state. As WUFT-FM’s Brittany Weinke reports, these classes will be downsized and a fee will be added.

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Ralph Rutledge, 61, lives with lung cancer. He used to ride the bus at least an hour each way from East Gainesville to his doctor appointments at UF Health Shands. (Briana Erickson/WUFT News)

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Ralph Rutledge of East Gainesville had four tumors on his vocal cords. Lung cancer. As a regular patient, he spent close to six hours a week on a bus.