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Jason Koler

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Jason Koler, born in Florida and raised in Ohio, is the “better looking and way smarter” Keys Weekly publisher. When not chasing his children or rubbing his wife’s feet, he enjoys folding laundry and performing experimental live publishing.

LEAD NEGOTIATOR

Jay Hershoff is a negotiator. As the founding partner of Hershoff, Lupino and Yagel his job is to negotiate family disputes and the culpability...

Generation Next – Group brings youth into campaign for Fishermen’s

With the Marathon and the Middle Keys community tasked with raising $15 million for the construction of the new Fishermen’s Hospital, a new organization...

George Neugent to run for Marathon City Council

Monroe County Commissioner George Neugent will be on the ballot this November, but only Marathon voters will see his name.  “I feel like I have...
Print is not dead

Print is NOT dead

By Jason Koler and Britt Myers Earlier this week a report announced the demise of the Keynoter and Upper Keys Reporter as we know it,...

Marathon: Top 10 reasons Hurricane Irma was awesome!

10) Sunset Grille cleaned their pool. 9) American Red Cross gift cards accepted at the Brass Monkey and Overseas Lounge. 8) No lines at Sweet Savannah’s. 7)...

Marathon open for residents

Six days ago, the city of Marathon experienced hurricane force winds that plunged the city into darkness, made roads impassable, compromised the city’s water...

Governor Scott, Senator Rubio, Congressman Curbelo hold roundtable

“The Keys got hit,” said Governor Rick Scott on Friday afternoon from the Emergency Operations Center in Marathon. “I flew over the Keys on...

‘Tis better to give, than receive

Toys for Tots & Holiday Helpers collecting gifts for kids Every year, thousands of deserving children throughout Monroe County benefit from the charitable work of...

M.E.A.T. goes worldwide

Local eatery will compete in World Food Championships George Patti and Tom Smith are cocky. And for good reason. Their burgers — an 80/20 blend of brisket...

Thanks for democracy

This Tuesday Monroe County voters will settle several long-running debates when polling locations close at 7 p.m. These contests will be the culmination of years...