In an interview with The Lakelander, Jae Choe discusses his path: growing up with martial arts at his family’s tae kwon do dojo, studying architecture and applying concepts he learned from architecture to a new karate business.
“Today’s” Dylan Dryer filmed a stand-up at Lakeland Linder Airport today after flying to Hurricane Florence with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters based there. View her report.
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Guess who stopped by Lakeland this morning? The Today Show's very own Dylan Dryer visited the NOAA hangar at Lakeland Linder International Airport today to film a live segment regarding NOAA Hurricane Hunters and the specialized equipment that they use to monitor the storms. If you missed it, you can find it on today.com!
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On the “Low Down With Bump” podcast, resaurateur Marcos Fernandez recounts both successes and lessons learned during his journey from Miami to Colorado, back to Florida and eventually to the Lakeland Yacht and Country Club and his two local ventures, Nineteen 61 and D’Lucas.
The former Baltimore Ravens star who recently was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame returns at 2 p.m. Saturday to a public celebration at alma mater Kathleen High School, where Principal Johnnie Jackson went to school with Lewis and said Lewis’ message of hard work still inspires students.
The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the 30 members of the newest class of Leadership Lakeland, a program designed to identify and train leaders for volunteer organizations. Class XXXVI is led by chair Michelle B. Ledford of MADE, a branding agency, and chair-elect Chuck McDanal of Kindelan McDanal & Associates. Class members include: More
Chris McArthur, who opened Black & Brew and later Patriot Coffee after returning from active duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom, has launched Operation Heroes Saluted. He sends about 30 bags of his coffee each month to a different U.S. armed forces unit around the world.
Deputies are still looking for the driver of the F-150 that injured Private Lawson and is believed to have killed Kelli Black on Galloway Road last week.