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Father, Johnny Stambough and son, Zach who caught the big bass of 7.31 pounds with a winning tournament weight of 22.12 pounds for the Indian River Bass Anglers. Meetings every first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM located at Marsh Landing in Fellsmere.

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Developing from a tropical wave in the central Atlantic on September 24, Hurricane Dorian churned over several islands in the Bahamas on September 1including Grand Bahama and Abaco Island.  Islanders endured 48 hours of almost unprecedented fury from the Category 5monster with sustained wind…

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Roy Le Fever checks for damage on his sailboat after she dragged anchor, ending up on the beach at Museum Point Park.

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Having been spared the category 5 fury of Hurricane Dorian, the sun sets at Rivergate Park in Port St. Lucie on Sept. 4. 

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Having been spared the category 5 fury of Hurricane Dorian, the sun sets at Rivergate Park in Port St. Lucie on Sept. 4. 

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Hometown News Staff Photographer Sevin Bullwinkle capturing the sunset at  Port St. Lucie’s Rivergate Park after the storm.

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Patti Spina and her 11-year-old son Julien check out the storm surge at Sewall’s Point Park with Louis Martinez.

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The dock at Captain Hiram’s, along with most other points of access to Sebastian’s Indian River, closes for safety checks.

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Richard Thomas spends the days following the storm cleaning debris from his great aunt’s property in Roseland.

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A sidewalk on Ocean Drive in Vero Beach washes away, leaving behind a cavernous hole beneath the boardwalk.

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Michael Kennedy tries his luck with a metal detector after Hurricane Dorian displaces several inches of sand at Sexton Plaza in Vero Beach.

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Employees remove shutters and debris from Vero’s Ocean Grill after Hurricane Dorian leaves their outdoor area unusable.

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Beach access points on Ocean Drive in Vero Beach are closed until safety concerns regarding beach erosion are met.

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Electrical and water system engineers fill an Orchid Island parking lot while performing maintenance on the local infrastructure.

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A sailboat sits partially capsized in Sebastian’s Indian River on Wednesday, September 4 just after Hurricane Dorian’s visit.

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Lyla Milliman, 13, of Fort Pierce and Avery Center, 9, of Port St. Lucie work on their project together.