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22-Jun-2011

  • Dolphin species never seen in Puget Sound spotted off Boston Harbor

    One or two long-beaked common dolphins have been cruising the marine waters near Olympia since early June, the first sighting of this species in Puget Sound, a marine mammal scientist said Monday.


  • Scarcity of large dolphin puzzles anglers

    June in South Florida: Fishing for dolphin, or mahi mahi, should be rocking the ocean from Palm Beach through the Keys.


  • Dolphin fountain stolen from Louisville dental office

    Louisville, Ky. (WHAS11) - A Louisville dental office is putting out an APB on an 8 foot tall dolphin fountain that was stolen overnight. The five-dolphin fountain was stolen from in front of Haskell orthodontics on Taylorsville Road.   They're asking for your help in finding it.   Anyone with information is asked to call police or Haskell Orthodontics.  


  • Dolphin is a player's coach

    Forty years ago, Dan Dolphin was adept at fielding ground balls on a baseball diamond.


  • Dolphin statute stolen from Hikes Point business

    It is not something you easily misplace or steal, but an eight-foot dolphin statue is missing in the Hikes Point neighborhood. The statue has been in front of Haskell Orthodontics on Taylorsville Road for the past five years. It's made of copper and bronze and worth thousands of dollars.


  • Unusual dolphin sighting in south Puget Sound

    One or two dolphins common to the waters of Southern California have been spotted in Puget Sound since early June near Olympia.


  • SAP Certifies Dolphin Content Archive Service for Cloud

    Dolphin today announced SAP certification of the Dolphin Content Archive Service (CAS) for Cloud 2.0. The First ?Zero-Footprint? Cloud Solution for SAP Archived Data and Documents. (PRWeb June 16, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/6/prweb8577796.htm


  • Seen in Puget Sound: Tropical dolphin, algae bloom -- oh my!

    What's going on in Puget Sound? From sightings of a tropical dolphin to huge algae blooms, some strange things are happening in our local waters.


  • Subtropical dolphin spotted in Puget Sound for first time

    Scientists don't know why species is here or what its survival chances might be. The long-beaked common dolphin ? a warm-water species usually found off the coast of Baja or central California ? has been spotted in the Puget Sound for the first time.


  • Dolphin Energy picks banks for dollar bond

    Abu Dhabi?s Dolphin Energy Limited, 51% owned by state fund Mubadala, has picked five banks for investor meetings ahead of a potential dollar bond issue, arranging banks said yesterday.


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