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Wowing the crowd
Sarah Repetti, 10 from Palm City, entertains the crowd as The Jester in Missoula Children's Theatre's adaptation of 'Rumpelstiltskin' at the Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce Friday, July 13. Campers at the Sunrise this week will be preparing for MCT's 'Beauty Lou and The Country Beast,' which will be performed on Fr...
Libraries teach about prehistoric animals
MARTIN COUNTY - Two free programs at area libraries will help children learn about some of the animals that lived on the Treasure Coast during the Ice Age. The Palm City and Indiantown branches of the Martin County Library System are hosting "Ice Age Rampage" as part of their summer reading program. Chris Koch of...
Free vaccines available from health department
MARTIN COUNTY - The Martin County Health Department is offering free immunization shots to children entering kindergarten and seventh grade. The shots are available at walk-in clinics in Stuart and Indiantown, and funded through the federal Vaccines for Children program. They give seventh graders the Tdap booster...
Singing a classic
Carly Heiniger and Noah Shull perform the classic 'Poor Jud is Dead' as Jud and Curly in the student edition of 'Oklahoma' Friday, July 13 at StarStruck Theatre....
No 'next move' for failed water-ski park developers
HOBE SOUND - The developers of a proposed water-skiing park in Hobe Sound said they were stunned by the sudden change in direction among Martin County commissioners that left the project dead in the water. Palm Beach-based developer, Marcel Mullet, and his wife, Jennifer King, planned to create a park where wakeboa...

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