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31-Dec-2010

  • Dolphin?s double-duty performance

    Iowa City, Ia. ? Gary Dolphin, voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, was running on fumes Wednesday evening. ?This is the only time I?m glad we have an 8 o?clock basketball tipoff,?? Dolphin said before Wednesday?s Big Ten opener between Iowa and No. 23 Illinois at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Dolphin signed off on his post-game radio show [...]


  • Dolphin Dip scheduled for Saturday

    SURF CITY ? After nine years of hosting the New Year?s Day Dolphin Dip in Surf City, organizer Brian Moxey said planning the annual event is easier. And harder. ?It?s truly a little of both,? Moxey said, laughing. ?Some things are easier,...


  • Dolphin Dip set for New Year‚s day

    SURF CITY ? On New Year?s Day thousands of people will come out to Surf City for the ever popular Dolphin Dip.


  • Dolphin's Eric Laakso dead at age 54

    POMPANO BEACH, Fla., Dec. 28 (UPI) -- Eric Laakso, the Miami Dolphin's starting right tackle in Super Bowl XVII in 1983, was found dead in Pompano Beach, Fla., Christmas Night, authorities said.


  • Diving into dolphin heads: science, rights and ethics

    The Cove took out this year's Oscar for best documentary for its confronting coverage of the annual dolphin culls in Taiji, Japan


  • Former Dolphin Surtain battling Brandon Marshall over sale of home

    Brandon Marshall, star wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins, is catching heat from a former Dolphin over a home Marshall bought last month in Southwest Ranches for $4.15 million.


  • Injured tourist making progress

    An Australian tourist injured on a dolphin swim excursion three weeks ago is able to walk a little, her brother says.


  • Baby Dolphin Swimming Next To Dead Mom Rescued

    A baby dolphin found swimming alongside its dead mother has been rescued and is receiving care, including bottle feeding, at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.


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