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  • Southeast grad Sanders relishes this title run (Bradenton Herald)

    MIAMI GARDENS ? Terron Sanders searched for his father, Ike, in the sea of Florida Gators fans pressing toward the railing that separates the stands from the field at Dolphin Stadium. It was late Thursday night. Terron, who plays defensive tackle for Florida, had just helped the Gators win the national title.

  • Dolphin Digital Media moves from Toronto to Miami (Miami Herald)

    Dolphin Digital Media, a developer of social networking web sites for children, has moved its corporate headquarters from Toronto to Miami.

  • Dolphin Digital Media Moves Headquarters to Miami, Florida From Toronto, Canada (GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2009 -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. , a developer of unique social networking web sites using state-of-the-art fingerprint identification technology, announced today that it has completed a strategic relocation of its corporate headquarters from Toronto, Canada to Miami, Florida, as part of its wider strategy to streamline its operations with Dolphin Entertainment.

  • Gators' Harvin may have saved his best for last (The News-Press)

    Florida's Percy Harvin stood alone in the back of the locker room at Dolphin Stadium.

  • Honeywell Puts The Dolphin 9950 Into User's Hands (SupplyChainSolutions - SupplyChainMarket)

    Honeywell recently announces the release of the DolphinŽ 9950 mobile computer, the latest product in the popular Dolphin 9900 mobile computer series.

  • Moody Gardens Helps Stranded Dolphin (KPRC Local 2 Houston)

    HOUSTON -- A stranded dolphin is getting help at Moody Gardens, KPRC Local 2 reported Friday. Toby, a wounded bottlenose dolphin, was found on the Padre Island National Seashore in Corpus Christi, Texas, in late November.

  • Dolphin washes up, dies on Old Bridge beach (Suburban)

    OLD BRIDGE ? A dolphin was beached off the shore of Raritan Bay in the Laurence Harbor section of town and died shortly after being discovered. A pedestrian found the dolphin on the beach around 7:30 a.m. Dec. 23. The dolphin died on the beach before responders arrived from the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, a nonprofit organization based in Brigantine.



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