Monthly Archives: July 2021

Could College Athletes Enjoy Adult Entertainment?

TALLAHASSEE – A “Leading Adult Webcam Company” seeks to capitalize on recent changes that allow college athletes in Florida and across the country to make money from their names, pictures and likenesses. But whether athletes can take advantage of the company’s offer, or others like it, depends on the universities …

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Permanent Olympic Cities – The Villager

In 1972, Colorado residents rejected funding for the 1976 Olympics through a nationwide referendum and became the only city to ever award the Games to decline the chance to host the Games. While this decision shocked the rest of the country, as well as many around the world, it wasn’t …

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Plainsman Lake subdivision approved by city council

The city council approved a development agreement for Plainsman Lake, a planned neighborhood adjoining the Solamere subdivision, during its Tuesday evening session. The proposal has been postponed from the previous meeting to give Solamere residents more time to read it. During the contract negotiations, several Solamere residents, including the homeowners …

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