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Brevard County: New institute designed to save the Indian River Lagoon
BREVARD -- Since the beginning of this year, more than 70 dolphins inhabiting the Indian River Lagoon have died. "As someone who lives and works around the (lagoon), I have a personal responsibility, as we all do, to ensure that this resource is vibrant for years to come," said Robert Weaver, assistant pro......
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Indian River County: Student art to be made into mural
.INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- A "Tree of Life" will be blooming at a local thrift store this fall season. Fifteen-year-old artist Lyle Michos will see his artwork grow to be larger than life next month when a professional artist comes to town and turns his picture into a mural on the front of Heaven Sent ......
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Martin County: Congressman reflects on first year, looks ahead
TREASURE COAST -- For U.S. Congressman Patrick Murphy it's hard to believe it's already been a year since he was elected. "It's flown by," Mr. Murphy said, likely because he has been very busy on the Treasure Coast and in Washington D.C. this past year. The bi-partisan congressman cares about national and local issues and has......
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St. Lucie County: Popular park gets new lease on life
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -- For many residents, memories of Kids' Crossing include games of hide and seek among the many nooks and crannies of the boardwalks, birthday parties under the huge pavilions, games of football in the grass and lazy summer days enjoying a slight breeze and the sounds of children's ......
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Volusia County: Bear brouhaha continues
Mike Orlando, a Florida Wildlife Commission bear biologist, made an impression last year when he took his can before the DeBary City Council -- his bear-proof garbage can, that is. He returned to Debary Nov. 7 to talk to residents about bear behaviors and a program FWC is implementing with the City of DeBary and Waste Pro, the cit......
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