Two former St. Lucie County residents, now missionaries in Japan, talk about the earthquake and tsunami that struck northern Japan in 2011. They say the survivors now face a new fear.
Eugene Lyon says he expects good news on both fronts.
Jim Wiggins and his son, Ben, aren't a duck dynasty, but they can hardly wait to head out to the St. John's Marsh when the season begins.
Treasure Coast native also remembers how Sebastian Inlet was protected from German U-boats.
Hutchinson says the Indians were "dirt poor" in the early 1960s when he and his wife, Joan, camped on the reservation, "and so were we!"
They were postwar ventures in Fort Pierce. Builder O.C. "Pete" Peterson, now 94, shares some memories.
It's known as the Vero Man site, believed to contain bones and artifacts from the Ice Age. Susan Grandpierre heads a committee that's working for a full-scale excavation.
He says rural Indian River County yielded deer, gators, otters, turtles and even wild mustard greens that grew along canal banks.
William Crawford, author of a book about the Intracoastal Waterway, discusses what happened after the presidential yacht ran aground.
James Ponce, 93-year-old Florida native, was honored with that designation after giving hundreds of tours of the historic hostelry. Henry Flagler built the original Breakers.