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Everglades

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  • Enjoying the great outdoors with the family - without roughing it -- in Florida

    Enjoying the great outdoors with the family - without roughing it -- in Florida
    For those who love to get away from it all to enjoy the great outdoors – but definitely prefer to do so without roughing it — there is a trend that is growing in popularity: “glamping” or glamorous camping. Here are some...
  • Politics, not families, matter most matter to Scott

     Politics, not families,  matter most matter to Scott
    Last week, Gov. Rick Scott campaigned at Capt. Anderson's, the popular restaurant in Panama City Beach owned in part by State Rep. Jimmy Patronis. Two days later, Scott named Patronis one of Florida's five utility regulators. It was another serving of...
  • Flanagan defeats Everglades 36-3

    Flanagan defeats Everglades 36-3
    MIRAMAR — Quarterback Ryan Stanley threw 2 touchdowns and ran for 2 more as Flanagan cruised to a 36-3 victory over Everglades in a District 12-8A game Thursday night that was called early in the fourth quarter due to lightning. Everglades (3-3,...
  • Naturalist Roger Hammer to deliver Wings and Wildflower Festival keynote speech

    Naturalist Roger Hammer to deliver Wings and Wildflower Festival keynote speech
    Roger Hammer has been called a walking botany book. People who meet him today at the third annual Wings and Wildflowers Festival can ask him anything about wildflowers, native orchids and plants and the Everglades. The award-winning naturalist, author,...
  • Broward Football Standings (Sept. 29)

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || DISTRICT 11-8A || Dist. || All || || W-L || W-L || || Monarch || 2-0 || 4-0 || || South Plantation || 2-0 || 3-1 || || Coral Springs || 1-0 || 3-1 || || Douglas || 1-1 || 3-1 || || Taravella || 0-1 || 1-3 || || Deerfield...
  • Interest groups differ on Ag Reserve's future

    Interest groups differ on Ag Reserve's future
    A lot of talk led to little agreement Monday in the debate over whether to allow more large-scale development in Palm Beach County's Agricultural Reserve. Builders and owners of prime farmland want the county to ease development limitations in the...
  • Weekend preview: Greatness on Clematis Street

    Weekend preview: Greatness on Clematis Street
    From the sweeping, sun-soaked waterfront at one end to the nightfall mystery of the bars and pubs up the block, the eclectic charms of West Palm Beach’s Clematis Street are no secret to locals. So the news that Clematis has been named one of the...
  • Fee-free days at Everglades National Park in 2015

    Fee-free days at Everglades National Park in 2015
    The National Park Service will offer free admission to Everglades National Park and other U.S. National Parks on nine days in 2015, according to a release. This year's last remaining  fee-free day this year is on Veteran's Day, celebrated Nov. 11....
  • Drilling opponents to converge on Rick Scott's house

     Waving signs and carrying banners, opponents of oil drilling in the Everglades plan to converge on Gov. Rick Scott’s beachfront home in Naples on Saturday to demonstrate in favor of state limits on energy exploration.  Environmentalists and...
  • Sun Sentinel Top Ten (Sept. 30)

    Sun Sentinel Top Ten (Sept. 30)
    1. FLANAGAN (5-0) Last week: d. McArthur 41-6 This week: at Everglades 2. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (3-1) Last week: d. Nova 59-0 This week: South Broward 3. MONARCH (4-0) Last week: d. Douglas 49-12 This week: Coral Springs 4. AMERICAN...
  • How New River got its name

    How New River got its name
    For centuries, the New River, not the beach, defined the region that would become Fort Lauderdale. Glades culture Indians, who occupied South Florida for about 2,000 years, made camps along the waterway. The first white settlers built their houses and...