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Snarky McSnide Says,

The Guatemala Guy


Remember him? He was the guy who was accused of impregnating his 13-year-old daughter just before they illegally entered our fair country. His name is Fidel Atanacio Gabriel Caal.


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ARTS ALIVE: Black History Month events continue throughout February

This week has a lot to look forward to: Black History Month, Sanford Indie Market, and—almost, but not quite yet—Sanford Porchfest.


Celebrate Black History Month


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Seminole Supervisor of Elections reminds residents to register, change party affiliation before deadline

Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Chris Anderson is reminding county residents who wish to vote in the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary on March 17, 2020, to register to vote or change their party affiliation by Feb. 18.

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Mardi Gras Street Parade & Food Trucks coming

By Declan Tully-Tolmie

Herald College Intern


The shining city of Sanford is going to be setting up a Mardi Gras Street Parade in the celery district, from Sixth street to Second street. 

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JOSH Fundraising Gala coming March 7

By Susan Wenner

Herald Publisher/ People Editor


Since 2011, Just Our Soldiers' Helpers (JOSH), has provided quality care packages to deployed soldiers under the gracious leadership of Kathy Hewitt.

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Community Events for February 12 Edition

Love Your Shorts

Thursday, Feb. 13 to Sunday, Feb.16, 201 S. Magnolia Ave., Sanford. Tickets at . Screening shorts films under 30 in length. 


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Pitch Power

   Seminole County will be sending four team

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