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Bette L. Brendel, 87, Vero Beach

Bette L. Brendel, 87, died Jan. 26, 2011. She was born in Advance, Ind., and lived in Vero Beach

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Historical Society tells tales of Kitching Switch near Sebastian

SEBASTIAN - Tucked into the corner of the North County Aquatics Center property sits a building that

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Historical Society tells tales of Kitching Switch near Sebastian

History buffs walk the railroad trail near Kitching Switch. Staff photo: Keith Carson.

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Dancing on the Deck to the Golden Oldies Feb. 25

SEBASTIAN -- The Indian River County Recreation Department will host Dancing on the Deck to the Gold

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Enjoy Dancing on the Deck to the Golden Oldies

SEBASTIAN -- The Indian River County Recreation Department will present a live vocal performance of

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Sebastian businesses have ‘Coffee with Bob,’ discuss tech service

SEBASTIAN - A half-dozen business owners and representatives sat down with County Commissioner Bob S

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Marcy Waters, 51, Vero Beach

Marcy Waters, 51, died Jan. 30, 2011, at Indian River Medical Center in Vero Beach. She was born

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Lean about Feathers & Fins at EcoFest

WABASSO ISLAND -- The 15th Annual EcoFest Celebration at the Environmental Learning Center will take

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Film on Australia’s Deadliest Destinations offered Jan. 27

SEBASTIAN - The film "Australia's Deadliest Destinations" will be shown by the Friends of the North

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Show support for Love My Library month

SEBSTIAN -- February is "Love My Library" month at the North Indian River County Library. Show your

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Boston rowers find Vero Beach’s waters very friendly

Head Coach Steve Fiske talks to the Boston College women's rowing team before they hit the water. St

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Boston rowers find Vero Beach’s waters very friendly

VERO BEACH - Resident boaters might find a bit more marine traffic over the course of the next few d