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08-Feb-2009

  • New coach hoping for new results with Lady Dolphin softball team (Gulf Breeze News)

    The Lady Dolphin softball team will have a new look - in more ways than one. For the fifth time in as many years, they'll have a new coach - sort of. Sean Tomey, who led the Lady Dolphins to its last winning season (2006), is back after two years at Milton.


  • Dolphin may sink right whale for state symbol (The Post and Courier)

    The Alice Drive Elementary School kids don't have a lobbyist, their teacher points out. They never would have thought they'd need one. But the Sumter students' five-month school project campaign to get the endangered right whale named the state marine mammal may have just become endangered itself ? because the State Ports Authority has stepped in to stop it.


  • Malibu Times Citizens of the Year Dolphin Awards (The Malibu Times)

    The Malibu Times publishers Arnold and Karen Portugal York announce the 2008 Dolphin Awards, recognizing individual or group contributions to the Malibu community. As in years past, many of those being honored this year are more than just individuals or groups who have made significant contributions to Malibu; they are in many ways the heart and soul of the city. More complete biographies on the ...


  • Dolphin rescued, minke whale guided from shore on Cape Cod (The Patriot Ledger)

    The Cape Cod Stranding Network rescued a dolphin that beached itself along Duck Creek in Wellfleet Wednesday morning the same time Wellfleet harbormasters guided a minke whale away from the shore.


  • Film exposes dolphin trade (The Fairfield Ledger)

    Dolphins at marine parks and other entertainment venues delight audiences across the world, but those audiences are often unaware of the darker side to the dolphin trade. Producer Leigh Badgley's documentary "The Dolphin Dealer" aims to expose both sides of the story.


  • Ads advise gays of which candidates have Fort Lauderdale mayor's backing (Sun-Sentinel)

    Outgoing mayor admits his backing could hurt candidates in the eyes of homosexual voters. Mayor Jim Naugle, who leaves office next month because of term limits, is so controversial in the gay community that the Dolphin Democrats political club is running ads alerting voters which candidates in Tuesday's primary have his support.


  • Restrictions lifted from Parcells' opt-out clause with Dolphins (Sun-Sentinel)

    Dolphin fans waiting for the 30-day window on Bill Parcells' opt-out clause to expire can put away the calendar.


  • Marlins Fans Gather For Annual FanFest (Local 10 Miami)

    MIAMI -- Baseball fans got the chance to ask the Florida Marlins about their stadium proposal at the team's annual FanFest at Dolphin Stadium Saturday.


  • Late Dolphin Surge Breaks Open Close Game, Sinks Bears, 61-54 (13 WMAZ Macon)

    Mercer saw its season-high four-game winning streak come to an end on Saturday, as Jacksonville edged the Bears at the University Center by a 61-54 margin. It was a much closer game, however, than the final score lets on, as the two teams sat tied at 54-54 with under forty seconds to play.


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