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Brevard County: How do you wake up?
"Open the eyes of my heart, Lord. Open the eyes of my heart. I want to see you, I want to see you..." -Lyrics by Michael W. Smith Have you ever been asked this question?: Are you the type of person who says "Good morning God!" or are you someone who says, "Good God it's morning?" Well, I have a confession to make. I am the latter. You know the ty......
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Indian River County: Cold weather is here but won't hurt your fishing trip
I think the cold weather has arrived and with that comes the cold water and usually the slowdown to our Bass Fishing. The fish will still be on the move, not as much, but they will be looking for forage and warmer water, and when they move, they will eat. In order to snag a bass, your retrieve has to change. As mentioned several articles ago, whe......
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Martin County: Letter to the editor
How lucky we are to be in Martin County To the editor: As a resident of Martin County for the last 42 years, I have been a patient at Martin Health System multiple times. After my recent visit to the Martin Hospital South in July 2013, I felt it necessary to remind this community of how proud we should be to have Martin Health caring for us and o......
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St. Lucie County: Letter to the editor
A note of thanks On behalf of the staff at Home Instead Senior Care, we would like to thank everyone who helped make the 2013 "Be a Santa to a Senior" program a great success. Through our program partners Butterfield's Pharmacy & Medical Supplies, Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Seacoast National Bank and The Brennity at Tradition Senior Living ......
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Volusia County: Letter to the editor
The Myth of the Bronze Plaque The bronze plaque on the Sugar Mill chimney at DeLeon Springs State Park was placed there in 1931 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. It reads, 1570-1763 -- During this period this chimney and the sugar vats were built by Spanish settlers. Extensive research has proven these structures were first built by ......
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