Senmartin cleared of first ethics violation charge

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On Sept. 11, the state Commission on Ethics found Marathon Councilman Mark Senmartin not guilty of misusing his position by trademarking the City of Marathon seal or...

MHS players practicing on the field

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The Marathon High School football team has started practice in preparation for its home opener on Friday, Oct. 2. With a roster of more than...

Marathon’s dynamic duo: Elizabeth & Derek

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First of all, it’s pronounced “scut,” like “scuttlebutt.” Derek Schut owns and operates All Keys Glass and Elizabeth Schut is the risk management officer for the City...

Modified sports schedule starts for MHS Dolphins

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The endless summer has come to a halt as Monroe schools begin letting students back into the classroom and as Marathon High School is eager to announce...

Stanley Switlik Elementary is welcoming students back

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Last week, Kindergarten and first-grade students returned on Tuesday. On Wednesday, it was second and third grades. On Thursday and Friday, respectively, the fourth and fifth-grade students...

Marathon is planning ahead for Halloween in pandemic

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“Halloween is not a city-sponsored event,” said Marathon Councilman Mark Senmartin at a meeting on Sept. 8. “There’s been some confusion about what’s allowed and...

Congresswoman announces grant for mental health treatment in Monroe County

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A federal grant is going to support continued mental and substance use disorder treatment, crisis counseling and other supportive care to those in the Keys impacted by...

Workplaces double as school for Keys students and parents

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At the Dolphin Research Center, they call it micro-schooling, which is as good a word as any to describe what others have called flexibility in...

Fishermen’s Community Hospital in Marathon is taking shape

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A group of Fishermen’s Community Hospital nursing and respiratory therapy leaders got a first look inside the new, state-of-the-art hospital being built in Marathon. The...

Marathon’s Cody Ward knows more about the law, gaming than you do

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Cody Ward was hired by the City of Marathon soon after graduation from University of Florida’s law school. That was more than five years ago. But the...