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Brevard County: Local students help four-legged friends find homes
BREVARD - With a pet rabbit and a 4-year-old beagle, named "Hank," at home, Cameron Rowell, 12, knows what responsible pet ownership is all about. And for the past year, Cameron and more than 300 of his peers have shared their love and knowledge ......
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Indian River County: WWII veterans escorted to D.C.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - On May 12, Washington, D.C., was flooded with silver, in the form of hundreds of World War II veterans visiting. Four of those veterans, three men and one woman, were from Indian River County courtesy of Southeast Florida Honor Flight, a nonprofit organization created to give ve......
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Martin County: Memoir tells story of dog's work with hospice patients
MARTIN COUNTY - "Shiloh" suggests peace and sanctuary, and for one 13-year-old golden retriever with that name, his life has been spent bringing comfort to thousands at the end of their lives. Shiloh, whose master Jerry Hill is a part-time Stuart resident, is the subject of an "autobiography" about the dog who has......
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St. Lucie County: Children learn about justice system from beginning to end
FORT PIERCE - In a fictional scenario, two 12-year-old children, Amy Imacrook and Paul Peerpressure decide to steal from Wal-Mart. Unfortunately for them, they are caught by a security officer, George Gotcha, as they leave the store. For the past several weeks, children at James E. Sampson Memorial School......
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Volusia County: War is hell but inner peace comes eventually
NEW SMYRNA BEACH - War is Hell. Just ask Ken Gardellis. He endured a year as a point man in Vietnam, leading soldiers through the dense jungles during the heaviest fighting in 1967 and '68. Once he returned to the states, it took the U.S. Army infantryman more than 40 years to find peace and closure f......
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