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26-Oct-2008

  • Coast Guard helicopter crash debris recovered off Honolulu (Honolulu Advertiser)

    Salvage experts aboard the Navy ship Salvor have recovered the flight suit of a missing Coast Guard pilot and helicopter parts from the Sept. 4 ocean crash site, officials said yesterday. The bodies of three of the four Coast Guardsmen killed in the crash of the HH-65 Dolphin helicopter were recovered soon after the crash, the Coast Guard said. A pilot, Cmdr. Thomas Nelson, was never found.


  • AROUND THE STATE (The Tampa Tribune)

    WAKE FOREST AT MIAMI WHEN/WHERE: Noon; Dolphin Stadium; Miami


  • Taste of Orangeburg starts at noon today (The Times and Democrat)

    Chicken teriyaki, smoked turkey legs, charbroiled steak kabobs, dolphin chunks, sausage dogs.


  • Dungannon 22-16 Dolphin (RTÉ News)

    Dungannon dug deep to claim their second win of the AIB League campaign, coming under late pressure from Dolphin at Stevenson Park. Barry Keeshan kicked Dolphin's only points of the first half as they trailed 17-3 at the interval.


  • Deacons' revamped offense runs aground (Winston-Salem Journal)

    The power drained out of Wake Forest's Power-I attack in the second quarter yesterday, resulting in a costly 16-10 loss to Miami at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Deacons Direct - Wake Forest-Miami Gameday Blog (Wake Forest Sports)

    Wake Forest is in Miami Saturday for a critical ACC matchup with the Hurricanes. Opening kickoff is set for Noon (ET) and the game will be televised by ESPNU. Deacons Direct will be blogging live from Dolphin Stadium before and during the game.


  • NOAA: No evacuation attempt for wayward dolphins (Asbury Park Press)

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Friday afternoon that it will not attempt to evacuate the 12 remaining dolphins in two Monmouth County rivers, but instead will monitor the dolphin's activity, health and environment.


  • - By: Glenn Dolphin (The Charleston Gazette)

    First Lt. ? later Capt. ? Glenn Dolphin was serving as a communications officer with the 24th Marine Amphibious Unit in Beirut, Lebanon, when terrorists attacked the Marine Corps barracks there in 1983.


  • Dolphin gallery opens its lovely new home to some stellar KC artists (The Kansas City Star)

    The new Dolphin gallery in the West Bottoms is large, upscale and equal to any major art space in any major city.


  • Recap: Miami-Florida vs. Wake Forest (The Kansas City Star)

    Matt Bosher connected on three field goals to lead the Miami Hurricanes to a 16-10 victory over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in ACC play at Dolphin Stadium.


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