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05-Jul-2011

  • Dolphin count approaching

    FENWICK ISLAND -- Dolphin enthusiasts will soon have an opportunity to do some bottlenose watching that will also help the Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute keep tabs on local numbers.


  • Dolphin Digital Media CEO Bill O'Dowd Issues Letter to Shareholders

    MIAMI -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. CEO Bill O'Dowd issues the following letter to shareholders:


  • Dolphin Tower insurance claim rejected

    An insurer rejects a claim for $8 million to repair structural damage to the condo building.


  • Dolphin Tower's residents weigh options

    Dolphin Tower residents gathered Tuesday evening to consider their options, in the wake of an Ohio insurance company's rejection of a claim to fix roughly $8 million in concrete damage.


  • Cabo Dolphin Center Protest

    Recently, we found ourselves in Cabo San Lucas (I know good environmentalists don?t fly, but we did offset, fly economy, packed lightly and made sure to void our bladders/bowels before getting on the plane ? every little bit helps). We were staying in a reasonably nice all-inclusive hotel that, aside from the food wastage and overuse of pesticides to keep cockroaches and other insects at bay ...


  • Dolphin Energy to issue bond when market factors improve

    Abu Dhabi-based Dolphin Energy, in which Occidental Petroleum Corp and Total (TOT) are shareholders, will launch a US dollar, benchmark bond sale as soon as market conditions improve, a banker familiar with the deal said yesterday.


  • Dolphin mysteries: Female saved after 5 days in mud flat; number of strandings alarm researchers

    JOHNS ISLAND -- The bottlenose dolphin had been out there for three days, stuck in a pluff mud flat off Bohicket Creek. Neighbors watched from their docks as she swam in circles at high tide then writhed on the exposed bottom in low tide.


  • Rare disease caused dolphin deaths

    A new report blames Swan River dolphin deaths in 2009 on an extremely rare disease.


  • Bottlenose dolphin rescued after being stuck for 3 days

    The bottlenose dolphin had been out there for three days, stuck in a pluff mud flat off Bohicket Creek. Neighbors watched from their docks as she swam in circles at high tide then writhed on the exposed bottom in low tide.


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