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Brevard County: Local high school kicks off boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams
BREVARD - Melbourne High School is taking on a new sport next season with the start of both a boys’ and girls’ lacrosse team. Practice for the teams begins in late January 2013, and the first game will be in February. Nicole Golden, a biology teacher at Melbourne Hi......
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Indian River County: Veterans retain pride in service
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - They are a generation of Americans living in the autumn of their lives, but their valor, dedication and patriotic fervor will live on. Veteran's Day is celebrated each year in the U.S. on Nov. 11, but for an actual military veteran, it's just another day of life, a life filled w......
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Martin County: Outgoing sheriff reflects on decades-long career
MARTIN COUNTY - At his desk in an office he's occupied for two decades, Martin County Sheriff Robert Crowder thumbs through the pages of a 57-year-old Bible. The book, a gift from his grandparents, bears the inscription, "To guide your footsteps." For more than half a century it has guided many of his major decisio......
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St. Lucie County: City recognizes Purple Heart veterans
PORT ST. LUCIE - At a recent meeting of the Florida League of Cities, Port St. Lucie Mayor JoAnn Faiella heard about an initiative for the 10 largest cities in the state to become Purple Heart cities. At that moment, she knew it was something she wanted to support. "This is their honor, and they deserve it,......
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Volusia County: Woman continues pastor's legacy of distributing toys
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES - A local salon owner will be one of Santa's helpers to more than a thousand local children in need at Christmas. Cherise Wintz will work in collaboration with the organization Operation Changing Lives to deliver a truckload of toys collected by the late Pastor Woody Keiser, a Port Orang......
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