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Editorial cartoons for June 4-6

These cartoons are from various Times wire services.

Editorial cartoons for June 4-6 06/03/16 [Last modified: Friday, June 3, 2016 12:39pm]
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  1. Union versus union: Discord divides the small staff representing Pinellas teachers

    Education

    The Pinellas Classroom Teachers Association says in its mission statement that it promotes solidarity and respect for the profession.

    Steve Sarang, a teacher at Pinellas Gulf Coast Academy, participates in an informational picket last month in support of employees of the Pinellas teachers union. Some of the union's office staff are in a long-running dispute with union president Mike Gandolfo and have take their complaints to the National Labor Relations Board. [EVE EDELHEIT   |   Times]
  2. Powerball reaches $535 million, drawing Saturday

    Human Interest

    The jackpot for Saturday's Powerball drawing has reached an estimated $535 million, the largest in the nation and fifth largest in the history of the game. The cash payout for the main prize is an estimated $340.1 million.

  3. That funky smell in Old Tampa Bay is a confirmed algae bloom

    Water

    Smell something funky near Safety Harbor?

  4. Trigaux: Look to new Inc. 5000 rankings for Tampa Bay's future heavyweights

    Business

    There's a whole lotta fast-growing private companies here in Tampa Bay. Odds are good you have not heard of most of them.

    Yet.

    Kyle Taylor, CEO and founder of The Penny Hoarder, fills a glass for his employees this past Wednesday as the young St. Petersburg personal advice business celebrates its landing at No. 25 on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the country. Taylor, still in his 20s, wins kudos from executive editor Alexis Grant for keeping the firm's culture innovative. The business ranked No. 32 last year. [DIRK SHADD   |   Times]
  5. Man, 75, struck by lightning while playing golf in Clearwater

    Public Safety

    A 75-year-old man was hospitalized after he was struck by lightning while playing golf in Clearwater on Friday morning.