Fourth Graders Learn Sprinklers Save Lives In A Fire

Fourth Graders from Jensen Beach Elementary are treated to a demonstration on how sprinklers can save lives if their home catches on fire.

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Your Plants May Look Dead After Hurricane Irma, But Are They?

Find out more information about plants and the weather from the St. Lucie County Extension Officer by clicking HERE.

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Vero Beach, FL. – Electronic communications helped Army Sgt.Steve Johnson stay in touch with his wife, Julie, while he was in Afghanistan.

St. Lucie West, FL – Pen and ink helped Ed and Joy Bailey stay connected during his 15-month tour of duty with the Marines in Korea.


Treasure Coast – Vietnam Veteran Don Lucy tells us about communicating from the Vietnam War. In addition to letters, mail call now often included tape recordings.


Treasure Coast – Vietnam Veteran Don Lucy tells us how writing letters from Vietnam helped spark a life long love of writing and helped him deal with the stress of war.

Treasure Coast – Bob Parenti talks about not being able to keep the letters he received during World War II and Laurie Parenti makes her Sweetheart jealous by writing about a dance in one of her letters to him.

Treasure Coast – A box of long forgotten letters tells a tale of love and war during World War II.


Ft. Pierce, FL – Drew Mello talks with Adrienne Moore of the Florida Public Relations Association about their annual Media Conference.

Stuart – Historic structure on Hutchinson Island has withstood countless hurricanes during the past 132 years.


Ft. Pierce, FL – Drew Mello talks with Robert McFalls, CEO of Area Agency on Aging - Palm Beach/Treasure Coast, about the work of the agency and the services they offer.

Ft. Pierce – Jensen Beach resident Richard Sylvestri takes to the water in a kayak to retrace the route taken by the Lewis and Clark expidition 200 years earlier.


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This Week's Treasure Coast Essay

Good-bye

Oct 2, 2017

This is Paul Janensch with my last Treasure Coast Essay for WQCS.  Because I am getting up in years, I decided it’s time for me to leave the microphone.  In 2010, when I was a volunteer with the WQCS Radio Reading Service for the visually impaired, I was invited to do a weekly local feature for 88.9 FM.  So I have done short pieces about interesting people, places and events on our special stretch of Florida’s Atlantic Coast.  Most of my topics were upbeat, but some were about invasive plants and animals, pollution of the Indian River Lagoon and, of course, hurricanes.  I enjoyed writing a

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