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Zoo is making comeback

The Ft. Walton Beach Daily News reports that new owner and CEO Eric Mogensen of the Gulf Breeze Zoo says attendance is about 15 percent…

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Bridges To Circles Update

Haley Richards, the community organizer for The Bridges To Circles with the Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida, gives IN an update on the program. “We…

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Plug for “PLT Rewind”

Relive showstopping numbers from ten years of Pensacola Little Theatre musicals! “PLT Rewind” showcases the incredible talent of more than 20 performers. PENSACOLA, Fla. –…

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Pelicans on 10-game win streak

Manager Talmadge Nunnari and the Pensacola Pelicans are at again. They are rolling, finally, and climbing in the standings of the American Association. Their most…

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Posted in BP Disaster Caring

Experienced Wildlife Observers Needed

From Emerald Coastkeepers: Audubon is pre-screening wildlife observers for oil spill cleanup activities. This is important work. Cleanup activities pose significant threats to wildlife and…

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Beast Corps: 594 birds, 250 sea turtles dead

By Beast Corps Jen Bullock For nearly four weeks after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, British Petroleum insisted to journalists and government representatives that the amount…

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Fantastic Relief Project

Email from Kimberly Davion: Hi Rick! This is Kimberly Davion. I wanted to share a story with you on a project that I have coordinated…

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Restaurant Assn. claims ads are working

Press Release: Florida Hospitality Industry’s Initial ‘Our Coasts Are Clear’ Message Resonating with Tourists Tallahassee, FL – In early May, television coverage of the spreading…

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FLRA launches Coast is Clear campaign

While Gov. Crist plays politics and misses the opportunity to help Gulf Coast businesses on this four-day weekend and WEAR/Sinclair offers a too little-too late…

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