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Instruments Once Owned By Concentration Camp Prisoners Will Be Played In Upcoming SWFL Performance

Listen to the audio version of this story. The Naples Holocaust Museum and Education Center is hosting an exhibit of violins once owned and played ...
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Free HIV Testing In Collier County Until Dec. 7

Every year, more than 30 thousand people in the U.S. become infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, commonly known as HIV. In recognition of World ...
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Cleanup of Dunbar Dumpsite Begins More Than One Year Later

The excavation of arsenic-laden sludge from a city landfill in Fort Myers’ Dunbar community began Thursday. In decades past, the city had used the site ...
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Live on Location at the Harry Chapin Food Bank

We’re taking the show on the road to the Harry Chapin Food Bank’s Fort Myers warehouse to meet some of the people who work to ...
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Audubon’s 119th Annual Christmas Bird Count

The Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count was started on Christmas Day in the year 1900. It’s one of the longest running citizen science efforts ever ...
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New Giant Salamander Species Discovered in the Florida Panhandle

After years of searching for what was rumored to be a giant salamander living in the swamps of the Florida panhandle and southern Alabama, a ...
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Red Tide Abates With Cold Weather, But Dolphin Deaths Continue in SW Florida

Red tide seems to be retreating in the Tampa Bay area with the onset of a cold front. But further south, dolphins continue to die ...
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Red Tide Poisoning Suspected In The Latest String of Dolphin Deaths

An alarmingly high number of dead marine life has been washing up on Southwest Florida Beaches since Nov. 21. In Lee and Collier counties, 39 ...
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Water Management District Responds to Criticisms for Extending Land Lease

The South Florida Water Management District’s Governing Board recently voted to extend a lease to allow farming to continue on about 16-thousand acres of state owned ...
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Water Managers Vote to Extend Sugar Farming on Land Slated for the EAA Reservoir

The South Florida Water Management District’s Governing Board recently voted to extend a lease to allow farming to continue on about 16-thousand acres of state owned ...
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