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Today's Opinions

  • Business wants stolen items back

    Editor:

    Citizens of Williston, Williston Sports needs your help.

    On Nov. 18 someone broke into our business and stole a substantial amount of paintball guns and accessories in broad daylight. By the way, we?re only two blocks away from the police department. This theft is devastating to our business and future as a business.

    A description of the suspects are as follows: a young white woman with blondish hair and bad acne on her face, 5 to 5 1/2 feet tall and possibly works or worked at a convenience store or restaurant nearby. I have a witness that can identify her.

  • Not related to murderer

    Editor:

    It has been almost three years since our son, Jacob Langworthy, was murdered. And it has come to our attention that some people here in Williston still think that the owners of Angelina Mia (Da Bronx), Tony and Mike Vuto, are related to our son?s murderer.

    We would like to let everyone know that Tony and Mika are not related or connected to the one who killed Jacob. We are regular customers there and we would hate for this rumor to continue.

    The Langworthy Family

    Williston

  • Killing in a Gainesville garage

    One of the things that bothers me is when I read something about a random act of violence and realize that it could have been me, or you, or a family member.

    Such was the case with a killing in Gainesville this past weekend.

    A young man from Tallahassee was killed at a downtown Gainesville parking garage.

    Some men were stopped and talking, and blocking the exit. He reportedly told the men to ?hurry up? so he could get out, and one of them walked up to the car and shot him.

  • It was a REAL fair

    Here's hoping that the Levy County Fair comes back next year. I missed a lot of it because I was on vacation, but I got to visit the event on Monday and really liked what I saw.

    It was a good, old-fashioned midway, with games and rides and food, lots of food, including hot dogs, burgers, Italian sausage, pork sandwiches, cotton candy, popcorn, caramel apples, nachos, cheese sticks and ribbon fries, just to name a few.

    There were some old familiar names in the games, particularly Skee-ball, bust-a-balloon, cork guns, go fishing.