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17-May-2009

  • An illuminating venture (The Grass Valley Union)

    If you need a 5-foot-tall stained glass lamp depicting a naked lady riding a leaping, 250-pound solid brass dolphin, David Boynton's new lighting store in Grass Valley is the place to go.


  • Dolphin's surprising season comes to an end (Pensacola News Journal)

    Gulf Breeze lost its chance at a state berth after dropping the final game of the Region 1-4A championship series 4-2 to Jacksonville Paxon on Saturday.


  • Beloved dolphin statue stays (YourNabe.com)

    Some City Islanders had a very strong emotional reaction when they heard that a dolphin sculpture they have come to love was to be moved by the Parks Department out of Hawkins Park. Now, after much pleading, the dolphin sculpture is staying put.


  • Miami angler takes lead at Coconuts Dolphin Tournament (Miami Herald)

    Miami angler Donny Woods caught a 45.8-pound dolphin Saturday to take the lead at the two-day Coconuts Dolphin Tournament in the Keys. Dave Brasher of Weston caught a 39-pound dolphin to stay in second, and Weston resident Peter Hart is in third with a 35.1-pound fish. A field of 352 anglers are entered this year in the event, traditionally one of the largest tournaments in the Keys. Anglers are ...


  • Blue Dolphin Energy Company Reports First Quarter Results (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company , an independent oil and gas company with operations in the Gulf of Mexico, today reported financial results for the three month period ended March 31, 2009.


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