American Valor Knows No Color

Various cultures and races have carefully woven American history, as those components are part of what makes our history so unique. Throughout the last century, the United States has seen divides driven by racism and hate, however our nation has...

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Finding Healing, Hope

By BRITTANY VAN HEYNINGEN, DAILY SUN THE VILLAGES — When Samantha’s White’s sweetheart, Jason, returned home from Iraq, she knew he wasn’t the same. “Even though my husband didn’t come back without a limb, he lost himself mentally,” the Ocala...

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Service Never Forgotten

From November of 1955 to April of 1975, the American men and women dedicated 19 years, 5 months, 4 weeks, and 1 day and countless lives to the Vietnamese people in hopes to promote capitalism among the blossoming nation, and preserve liberty...

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James Robinson

At the age of 17, James was a senior in high school with graduation right around the corner. He was not sure what he truly wanted to do but he knew he wanted to make a difference which led him to enroll into the Delayed Entry Program in the...

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Lake Sumter County Initiative

The Villages, located in the heart of Florida, is a community unlike any other. It is the home to over a hundred thousand retirees, and is the culmination of what each citizen of The Villages has to offer.  The Villages has numerous...

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Golf Lessons 2014

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David Booth

David Booth is a medically-retired Army Master Sergeant, who was released in 2010 with 100 percent disability from injuries sustained in Iraq. As a combat medic, he often faced situations that tested his resolve. In September 2006, David was...

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