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Storm Season Could Be Met With ‘Skittishness’

Saturday marks the start of the six-month long Atlantic hurricane season, and with the destruction of Hurricane Michael still visible, Florida residents may have a heightened sense of skittishness when it comes to perceived hurricane threats.

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Rebuild Bay County Hosts ‘Pray For Bay’ Event Six Months After Hurricane Michael

Seventy organizations that make up Rebuild Bay County put on a 'Pray for Bay' event to remind people in the area that they haven't been forgotten six months after Hurricane Michael. Bay County suffered severe destruction as a result of the Hurricane and still has a long way to go to recover.

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Panhandle House District Won’t Have Representation During Legislative Session

Republicans will hold a primary on April 9. The general election won’t take place until June 18, meaning the legislative session from March 5 to May 3 won’t have House representation for parts of the Panhandle that suffered the most from Hurricane Michael.

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Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park Continues To Serve Gainesville Locals Despite Construction

Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park has seen a decrease in visitors since its most popular attraction, the sinkhole, has been under construction. However, Gainesville locals continue to enjoy the park through other outdoor activities and classes.

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