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DOWNPOUR DOESN'T DAMPEN WSTU ST. PATTY'S DAY ENTHUSIASM -- WSTU Digital 1450 celebrated St. Patrick's Day with a special remote broadcast of the popular "Ed Killer Fish Stories Show" on Thursday evening from Carmody's Irish Pub and Tavern on East Ocean Boulevard in Stuart.
WSTU Digital 1450 presented the Martin County Historical Society with recordings of the live coverage of the two hurricanes that sliced directly into Martin County near Hobe Sound last fall. Here Robin Hicks-Connors, CEO of the local Historical Society, is interviewed during the live coverage of the WSTU Day Proclamation by the Martin County Commission on Tuesday, Mar. 8. Shown left to right in with Ms. Hicks-Connors are Steven Melhman, Tom Teter, with Carol and Greg Wyatt during the live Teter and Melhman Morning Show that originated from the Martin County Commission Chambers. (WSTU Photo. Copyright WSTU. 2005)
The Martin County Commission honored WSTU Digital 1450 on the 50th Anniversary of broadcasting as Martin County's first radio station in ceremonies at the opening of the County Commission meeting in Stuart Tuesday, Mar. 8. Station owners and local residents Carol and Greg Wyatt accepted the county's official proclaimation from County Commission Chairman Lee Weberman, who praised the station's public service through its five decades of local service. (Photo Copyright WSTU. 2205)
Martin County Commissioner Doug Smith, shown at podium, welcomes hundreds gathered for the formal dedication ceremonies for the new Frank A. Wacha Bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway that links Jensen Beach with Hutchinson Island. The high-span bridge replaced the previous causeway and drawbridge arrangement. The WSTU Digital 1450 news team headed by News Director Tom Teter provided opening to closing coverage of the event. Photo Copyright 2005 WSTU.
Mrs. Sara Jane Wacha is show with Frank A. Wacha, Jr., center, being interviewed by Tom Teter, News Director, WSTU Digital 1450, during the live coverage of the dedication ceremonies for the new Frank A. Wacha Memorial Bridge at Jensen Beach Saturday, Mar. 3. The ceremonies marked the formal opening for the new bridge named in honor of the late Martin County Commissioner Frank A. Wacha, who was a well known advocate for improved transportation. Teter led the WSTU Digital 1450 news team in opening to closing live coverage of the event. (Photo Copyright WSTU. 2005)
Martin County Sheriff Bob Crowder is shown being interviewed by WSTU Digital 1450 News Director Tom Teter as part of the live opening to closing coverage by WSTU Digital 1450 of the dedication of the new Frank A. Wacha Memorial Bridge at Jensen Beach. Sheriff Crowder was among the county's dignitaries who attended the event Saturday, Mar. 3. (Copyright WSTU Photo. 2005).
The first "vehicle" to officially cross the new Frank A. Wacha Memorial Bridge leaving from the Jensen Beach side and headed east to Hutchinson Island was this vintage vehicle which led the parade that followed the dedication ceremonies Saturday, March 3. WSTU Digital 1450 News Director Tom Teter provided live coverage of the dedication ceremonies.