Satta Sarmah Hightower

Satta Sarmah Hightower

Health Care & Technology Writer

Journalist turned content marketer specializing in creating personal finance, technology and health care content for B2C and B2B clients. Visit sattasarmah.com for more information.

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Orlando Sentinel

Lake Vet is Flying High Again—To Inaugural

Front page story in the Orlando Sentinel (Page 1 of 2)

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Orlando Sentinel

Lake Vet is Flying High Again—to Inaugural (Page 2)

Front page story in the Orlando Sentinel.

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Orlando Sentinel

Bittersweet Graduation (page 1)

Nicole Ganguzza would have earned her master’s from UCF if she hadn’t been killed. Her husband accepted the diploma for the degree awarded to her posthumously.

Orlando Sentinel

Bittersweet Graduation (page 2)

Nicole Ganguzza would have earned her master’s from UCF if she hadn’t been killed. Her husband accepted the diploma for the degree awarded to her posthumously.

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Orlando Sentinel

Prison TV Upgrade Greeted with Static (Page 1)

Front page story in the Orlando Sentinel about the state of Florida spending $100,000 in taxpayer money to upgrade televisions in the state's prisons.

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Orlando Sentinel

Faith in the Law

Profile in the Orlando Sentinel of attorney Matthew Staver, head of the Liberty Counsel, a law firm focused on advancing their views of religious freedom through the courts.

Orlando Sentinel

Faith in the Law (Page 2)

Profile in the Orlando Sentinel of attorney Matthew Staver, head of the Liberty Counsel, a law firm focused on advancing their views of religious freedom through the courts.

Orlando Sentinel

Prison TV Upgrade Greeted with Static (Page 2)

Front page story in the Orlando Sentinel about the state of Florida spending $100,000 in taxpayer money to upgrade televisions in the state's prisons.