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Prep baseball: Panthers roll, Raiders win close one
Palatka came out swinging and went out swinging Thursday afternoon. The Panthers flexed their mu...
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SJR State softball notches fourth straight sweep
The winning ways continue for the St. Johns River State College softball team. Four split double...
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    Allie Bernstein, Wildlife Educator and Keeper with Wildlife Tree Exotic Animal Education and Rescue shows a ball python to children at the Putnam County Public Library main branch Tuesday morning.
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Melanie Wells, owner of Flowers by Melanie, prepares arrangements of roses Wednesday in readiness for Valentine's Day.
    Photo Chris DeVitto / Palatka Daily News Melanie Wells, owner of Flowers by Melanie, prepares arrangements of roses Wednesday in readiness for Valentine's Day.
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