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Brevard County: 'Bike Ride for Ollie' stays on track this weekend
MELBOURNE -- Yvonne Ridder is a force to be reckoned with. The Melbourne resident will stop at nothing to help her great nephew John Oliver Tetloff, or "Ollie," who is suffering from neuroblastoma. "Ollie was always healthy -- he was hardly ever sick," Mrs. Ridder said of her 6 year old great-nephew, who lives in ......
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Indian River County: Putting memories on a map
VERO BEACH -- For John F. "Jack" Shupe, maps are more than a navigational necessity; they are tangible memories of his life before retirement. Mr. Shupe retired in the late 1990s from his position of chief cartographer at National Geographic, but his time there is as treasured as the maps and globes ......
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Martin County: Economic damage from water run-off devastates area
TREASURE COAST -- Some bearing signs and homemade T-shirts begging government to "Save our Rivers" are fighting for the health of an ecosystem. Some are fighting for the ability to return to normal water-based recreation. Some are fighting for their very livelihood. Thousands bombarded the beaches in Stuart an......
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St. Lucie County: Wildlife sanctuary puts animals first
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- For some, wildlife is something that can be enjoyed at a zoo or on television. But, for Winnie Burns and her husband, Bob, wildlife is a way of life. "We've been here for 20- years," Mrs. Burns said. "We started out with two rabbit cages and now we have acres dedicated to helping......
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Volusia County: Networking group attracts women from Volusia and beyond
What happens when nearly 100 women get together for lunch? A lot, and that's the point. The third WILLOW Ladies Luncheon at the DeBary Golf and Country Club July 26 drew around 88 business and professional women. Their post-luncheon comments on the organization's Facebook page tell the story. "Ladies and team captains ... This, in......
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