Bill Scott of Stuart was a porkchopper, the name given to legislators from rural areas, in the early 1960s.
Joe Idlette says blacks had to drink from an spigot outside the courthouse rather than indoor water fountains, and weren't allowed to try on clothes before buying them at Vero stores.
After 40 years in radio and TV, Jim Mitts reminisced about the era when color television was new.
Curtis King is retired after a long career as manager of the St. Lucie County International Airport.
Vero Beach retiree Don Ripke says the recording session was among the most memorable experiences of his life.
Now, Brunelle Giteles is in her 90s and lives in Sebastian.
She still sells property from time to time.
Okeechobee native Jerry Walker says his father and grandfather were known by those nicknames around Okeechobee and Bassinger.
Tommy Gore, Jr., and his wife, Sue, answered complaints of errant gators in people's pools and patios.
Former St. Lucie County Commissioner John B. Park, who worked at the theatre in the 1940s, tells the story
The soda fountain was like a scene from a Norman Rockwell painting.