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Panama City News Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Panama City, Florida Her local amp state phase one of Mill Bayou neighbourhood moving along by monday june 8,2015 sports Waw Rinka stuns Djokovic in French open final cd 75 cents Bay appraiser county weird news a fake Willy fails to frighten sea Lions a2 photos by Heather Leiphart the news Herald owners Ladonna and Dan Broadsheet walk Maximus one of the a Ebay county 13," a group of great Danes rescued after being found malnourished and abused in Youngstown. The Blind and deaf Young dog named after the horse from Disney a movie tangled a has been living with the couple for three great Opportunity great Dane Maximus has new Home other rescued dogs await adoption on the web property values Are looking up by Ben Kleine 522-51141 by Kine Ponh com Panama City a property values Are up in several Bay county municipalities and the county As a whole according to estimates from property appraiser Dan Sowell. Mexico Beach Panama City and Lynn Haven Are registering increases Between 1.35 and 2.83 percent from 2014 estimates. Mexico Beach had the highest percentage increase at 2.83. Mexico Beach City manager Mell Smigielski attributed the increase to 18 new Homes built in 2014. A those Homes done to just Cost a few thou Sand a Smigielski said. See property values a4 watch a video of Maximus at hearing of the Bay county 13 shortly after the death of their previous great Dane who also was disabled they began the adoption process with the Northwest Honda great Dane Rescue where the dogs had been taken to recover. A a he Sas Good As a dog without disabilities a Ladonna Broadstreet said. A you just have to have Maximus can to go anywhere without garnering a comment of recognition from see great Opportunity a4washington Law lets . Ratify nuclear terrorism treaties Washington a tucked into the surveillance Bill that became Law was a Little noticed Section that will let the United states Complete ratification of two Long stalled treaties aimed at stopping a frightening scenario terrorists wielding radioactive bombs. A today nearly 2,000 metric tons of weapons usable nuclear materials remain spread across hundreds of Sites around the Globe a some of it poorly secured a said former sen. Sam Nunn co chairman of the nuclear threat initiative an organization in Washington that works on the Issue. A we know that to get the materials needed to build a bomb terrorists will not u today nearly 2,000 metric tons of weapons usable nuclear materials remain spread across hundreds of Sites around the Globe some of it poorly secured. We know that to get the materials needed to build a bomb terrorists will not necessarily go where there is the most material. They will go where the material is most Sant Nunn co chairman of the nuclear threat initiative necessarily go where there is the most material. They will go where the material is most when president Barack Obama signed the surveillance Law last tuesday attention focused on How it ends the National Security Agency a bulk collection of americans Telephone records. The last drafts of that legislation however included 15 paragraphs permitting the . To formally endorse two nuclear terrorism treaties after years of delay. The Senate ratified both treaties in 2008, but it has taken seven years to pass legislation needed to bring . Law in line with them. That a what was needed for the . See terrorism a4 Andrew Wardlow the Newt Herald hive technologies sensor test bed prototype is seen at Florida state University Panama City on thursday. Hive technologies was founded by local entrepreneur Rick company delves into Bee deaths mystery flu Panama City students helping build prototype by Valerie Garman 747-5076 a a Lerie Garman Garman Ponh com Panama City what started As an inter est in bees for one local entrepreneur quickly turned into a desire to help the species declining population Rick Hurst president and founder of hive technologies is developing a product to address and he Hopes Correct the surge of Honeybee deaths in the . Stemming from what experts have dubbed Colony collapse Dis order. According to a recently released Federal Survey beekeepers lost about 40 percent of their colonies last year alone. A about a year ago i started looking at Van Ous solutions that i could create to help solve the problem a said Hurst who initially took up see Bee deaths a4 social Media twitter the news Herald what a inside Young artist classified c7-10 nation i world a2-5 comics b8 puzzles b7 crossword by reflections Al deaths b3 sports c1-5 local i state by 5 to listings c6 lottery a2 viewpoints a6 Justin breakfast Point acid my weather Stormy to partly Cloudy with to storms High 87, Low 74.1 b2 want to subscribe ill 850747 5050 Quot a. Read by 83v130 people every Day 42694 11111 by Zack Mcdonald 747-50711 cd Mcdonald Ponh com Panama City a most places Maximus goes he gets looks. A Large Albino great Dane deaf and Blind he tends to stand out in the crowd. But in addition to his distinct features Maximus is recognizable from the attention he and other great Danes known As the a Ebay county 13�?� received after being rescued from what authorities called a Youngstown Puppy Mill. Maximus named for sharing mannerisms with a spirited horse in Disney a movie a tangled a has settled Down in a forever Home in Bay county. A a he a so Well mannered so Well behaved a said Dan Broadstreet Maximus new owner alongside his wife Ladonna Broadstreet. A a he a really a social dog and that is surprising because he has the scars to prove that he has been through the Broadstreet said after

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