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Claims two places in Guinness Book

AirSign helps with world records

By Carolyn Ten Broeck, Editor

While his business takes place in the air, Patrick Walsh, self-admitted marketing geek, knows how to incorporate the land and water to maximize a client's dollar.

In early March, one of those clients, T-Mobile, announced it was launching a new phone and needed a way to brand it in the minds of consumers.

Ideas ran through Walsh's mind. Should he wrap a jet? A fighter plane? What?

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Austin Langworthy comes home to proud community

We all cheered for Williston

 By Dylan Robertson


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Williston horse to run the Preakness

By Carolyn Ten Broeck, Editor

Nyquist may be the odds on favorite to win the second jewel in racing's triple crown, but in Williston all eyes will be on one of her own Saturday.

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The Florida cowboy pilot (who also fixes legs)

 

By BN Heard

Special to the Pioneer

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Scale tells the tale for Williston’s Joe Ostaszewski

Winner

By Carolyn Ten Broeck, Editor

 Joe Ostaszewski didn’t win the big prize on “The Biggest Loser”  Monday night, but he got something more valuable than money–he got his health back.

At 43, the Williston resident is in the best health of his life and that’s reason to celebrate.

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Red Devils go flat at Union County

The Williston Red Devil football team ran into a group of fired up Tigers Friday night in Lake Butler. This Tiger’s name was Union County, and you could certainly say a defensive juggernaut.   
The Red Devils were held to a mere 150 total yards of offense and just one touchdown in the 28-7 loss to the Tigers.
The Tigers were coming off four straight losses, but you would never have guessed it by the way they simply dominated the entire game from start to finish.

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City studies change to government

By Carolyn Ten Broeck, Editor

The city of Williston is inching closer to drafting a referendum for the March 2011 ballot that could change the way city government is run.
For the last couple months, council members have met pondering changes they would like to see in the city charter.
A n y changes to the charter must be approved by the voters.
The specific ordinance change and ballot question–limited to 75 words–must be approved and in place by
early January in order to appear on the March ballot.

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Red Devils beat Keystone Heights in district play

By Steve Jarboe

It was a sluggish first half of high school district action  Sept. 24, as the Red Devils visited Keystone Heights and won 26-13. Both teams’ defenses and turnovers controlled the first half of action. 


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