Trump shuffles legal team: Cobb takes lead from Kasowitz

The legal team is working on Robert Mueller's Russia probe.

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20.Jul.2017


The Note: All the president’s men line up against special prosecutor

Trump is shuffling his legal team.

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21.Jul.2017


Sessions to 'continue' as attorney general, despite Trump's regrets

"It’s extremely unfair," the president told The New York Times.

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20.Jul.2017


Earthquake kills 2 on Greek island, sends tourists panicking

Two killed and more than hundred hurt, as powerful earthquake sends a building crashing down on tourists at a bar on Greek holiday island of Kos, and strikes panic on the nearby shores of Turkey

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21.Jul.2017


Israel limits Muslim access to Jerusalem site amid tensions

Israel police severely restrict Muslim access to a contested shrine in Jerusalem's Old City to prevent protests

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21.Jul.2017


Trump to name financier as WH communications director

Anthony Scaramucci would replace Mike Dubke, who resigned in May.

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20.Jul.2017


California fire's growth is stunted, but 50 homes destroyed

A wildfire in California's Gold Rush country is barely growing after days of explosive expansion, but officials have revealed the destruction of 50 homes.

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21.Jul.2017


White House: Trump 'has no intention' to remove Mueller

Notable moments from the New York Times interview and their impact so far.

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20.Jul.2017


Suspect in murders of 4 Pennsylvania men had 40 prior encounters with police

One of the suspects charged in the slayings of of four young men in southeastern Pennsylvania has had at least 40 encounters with local police in recent years.

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20.Jul.2017


WATCH: Extreme heat causing severe storms near Buffalo

ABC News' Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather threats.

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20.Jul.2017


Sunrise Kiwanis donates cribs to foster care organization

JAY — The Sunrise Kiwanis Club donated two cribs to the foster care organization My Father’s Arrows, according to club member Penny Wilson.The total cost of the cribs was $230, Wilson said. Members delivered the cribs on July 19.

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20.Jul.2017


Santa Rosa County Faith Calendar

MILTON — Here is a list of scheduled faith-based services and events. UPCOMINGFIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF PACE: These events take place at 4540 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, unless otherwise noted: Sunday, July 23: 9 a.m. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. coffee fellowship and 10:10 a.m. worship.Monday, July 24: All American Twirlers, 5:30 p.m.Tuesday, July 25: 6:30 a.m. Men of Purpose [...]

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20.Jul.2017


Santa Rosa County library events

MILTON — These library events are scheduled throughout Santa Rosa County. DAIRY FARMING: Kindergartners through fifth-graders may attend this informative program about dairy farming; they can learn about life on a dairy farm and listen to a story about Ferdinand the Bull. Here’s the schedule:1 p.m. July 25 at the Jay Library3 p.m. July 26 at the Pace LibraryFAMILY MOVIE: 4 p.m. [...]

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20.Jul.2017


What's Happening in Santa Rosa County

MILTON — Upcoming Santa Rosa County events and activities are as follows. SANTA ROSA WOMEN’S DEMOCRATIC CLUB: 6:30 p.m. July 24 at Henderson Hall, St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church, 7810 Navarre Parkway. Guest speaker: Refuge for Women Emerald Coast City Director Michelle Jones. Topic: providing aftercare and counseling for sexually exploited women. Details: Contact Margie Purkerson at 206-5884 or [...]

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20.Jul.2017


Niceville FD shares images from July 5 Eglin fire (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

The Niceville Fire Department recently shared photos on their Facebook page from the scene of the July 5 fire at the McKinley Climatic Lab on Eglin Air Force Base.The fire, which sent up a plume of dense smoke, damaged the facility and its cooling system. In the immediate aftermath, people within a 1,000-foot perimeter of the fire were ordered to “shelter in place” and turn off air conditioning units that would have brought outside air into the [...]

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20.Jul.2017


SPEAK OUT: Thanks for beautifying Milton, Satan backs Trump

Here are featured comments from our Speak Out hotline, discussions on www.srpressgazette.com and its sister websites.THANKS FOR BEAUTIFYING MILTONI would like to express my sincere thanks to those responsible for beautifying the entrance into Milton. Especially for those beautiful palms and other trees that have recently been planted. I would also like to suggest, if replacing is ever necessary, to replace the crepe myrtle trees on Main Street with water oaks [...]

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20.Jul.2017


Stonebrook's latest golf results

Belanger, Clemons lead in ladies' dayPACE — Stonebrook Golf Club’s July 18 ladies’ day results are as follows: Game: Eclectic Gross 1. Audrey Belanger2. Gayle Clifton3. Melanie Duvall Net 1. Shatzi Clemons2. Wanda Couchman3. Dot [...]

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20.Jul.2017


St. Mary’s Episcopal Church seeks vendors, artists and crafters for fair

MILTON — St. Mary’s Episcopal Church seeks artists and crafters for its annual Winter Arts and Crafts Fair. This event is set noon to 7 p.m. Dec. 1 and from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Dec. 2 at the historic church on 6849 Oak St., in Milton. The church seeks vendors to showcase their handiwork including custom jewelry, art, woodcrafts and candles.The Episcopal Church Women will sell food including baked goods, goodies, jams and jellies. The Men’s Group will [...]

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20.Jul.2017


Training Squadron Six receives new commander at NAS Whiting Field

MILTON — Lt. Col. Richard “DB” Roberts, USMC, has transferred command of Training Squadron SIX (VT-6) to Cmdr. Kevin Murphy, USN. The July 20 ceremony marked the transition of authority from one officer to another in front of assembled staff, instructors and students.In April 2016, Roberts assumed command of VT-6 after serving as executive officer for the Shooters.Roberts’ military aviation career started when he was designated a Naval Aviator [...]

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20.Jul.2017


Driving and boating under the influence among Fish and Wildlife incidents

MILTON — The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission filed these cases between July 7 and 13 in Santa Rosa County:While on his way home from working the Blue Angels Air Show, Officer Hutchinson saw a truck moving erratically, almost causing an accident. He stopped the driver and immediately determined the man was showing signs of impairment. The man’s young son was also in the truck. After field sobriety tasks, Officer Hutchinson determined the [...]

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20.Jul.2017