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Brevard County: Turtle Splash to benefit children with special needs
MELBOURNE BEACH -- For the 10th consecutive year, thousands of rubber sea turtles, dropped into a closed course in the Indian River Lagoon, will race to the finish line, as part of this year's Melbourne Beach Founders Day. The 10th annual Turtle Splash will take place at Ryckman Park on Ocean Avenue in Melbourne Beac......
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Indian River County: Cultural council seeks public support for central arts center
VERO BEACH -- A nonprofit group wants to further encourage development of the downtown Vero Beach arts district and boost the economy and tourism by creating a cultural arts center. Members of the Cultural Council of Indian River County are presenting this idea to various groups in town and seeking......
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Martin County: Reporter faces challenge of mud, snakes and obstacles
TREASURE COAST -- The sun was shining, sneakers were doubled-knotted, racers were pumped, and my practically luminescent coral running shoes were one of the many pairs toeing the line at the Treaure Coast's first Courage Challenge mud and obstacle race last weekend. It wasn't my first mud run; I've participa......
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St. Lucie County: Mock funeral to say farewell to lagoon
TREASURE COAST -- The solemn sounds of dirges will fill the air, mourners in black will grieve, and a hearse will lead the way as people gather to bemoan the passing of a beloved friend: the Indian River Lagoon. This Saturday, river warriors will replicate an event held in 1970: a mock funeral for the area's......
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Volusia County: Don't love bears to death
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials are not opposed to commencing a "season" on bears, but are trying to be sensitive to public opinion. "Biologically we'd be able to sustain a bear hunt," said FWC Assistant Bear Program Coordinator Mike Orlando. "Socially we're not so sure. It's really a social issue at th......
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