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Avoiding F-16 Intercept, Teens-in-Flight Team Delivers Aurora Gift and Heads Home

| September 16, 2012

Jack Howell’s Teens-in-Flight mission to deliver $10,000 to defray the medical expenses of the victims of the Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting culminated on Saturday. The trio aboard the Cessna began the flight home early Sunday.

Jack Howell’s Teens-in-Flight Raising $10,000 for Aurora Shooting Victims’ Medical Bills

| August 27, 2012

Jack Howell was incensed to hear that some of the Aurora, Colo., shooting victims would have trouble paying their medical costs. He’ll be flying $10,000 to them in September through a fund-raiser he’s organizing.

Flagler Beach’s Allen Whetsell Is Kiwanis’s Florida Governor, a First for Flagler and Volusia

| August 16, 2012

Allen Whetsell, the general manager at Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home, a Kiwanian for 30 years and a recent candidate for supervisor of elections, was installed as Governor of the Florida District, giving the service organization its first Flagler governor in 95 years.

Mike Pius, Firefighter Just Back from Winning Gold in Europe, Is Seriously Hurt in Wreck

| June 20, 2012

Lt. Mike Pius, one of the more popular and decorated Flagler firefighter-paramedics, suffered several broken bones and may be out six months following a wreck in St. Augustine, after a truck cut through Pius’s right-of-way. Flagler Fire Chief Don Petito said the firefighter brotherhood kicked in immediately after the wreck.

Trey McMillin, 8th Grader at Buddy Taylor, Wins 1st Place in Statewide Essay Contest on Americanism

| May 24, 2012

Trey McMillin, a 13-year-old 8th grader at Buddy Taylor Middle School, is the first student from Flagler County to win the statewide Elks essay competition.

Wes Adams, Student School Board Member, Is Recognized for “Swiss Army Knife” Dexterity

| May 2, 2012

Wesley Adams, who represented students on the Flagler County School Board this year, was named All-American by U.S. Lacrosse, the national governing board of the sport, after becoming one of FPC’s leading scorers in the last four years.

“Exceptional Bravery and Courage”: How Teens Saved 2 Lives in Harrowing Palm Coast Wreck

| April 5, 2012

Cody Decker and Luke Vaughn, both 17 and vacationing in Palm Coast from DeWitt, Mich., recounted in a moving ceremony hosted by Sheriff Fleming today how they saved Carlos Adams and Tracy Lopez out of their burning Jaguar Tuesday morning.

Bunnell’s Barbara Korn and FPC’s Sarah Poppe Win School District’s Top Honors for 2012

| January 12, 2012

The 2012 Teachers and Employees of the Year at the Flagler Auditorium Thursday evening featured every school’s nominees and a cheer-leading crowd with shrieking lung capacities.

Flagler’s Firefighters and Paramedics Sweep Another Competition, This Time in Nebraska

| November 20, 2011

Flagler County’s firefighters-paramedics took first, third and fourth-place honors in an annual competition in advanced life support in Omaha, Neb., and second place in the basic life support category.

Sheriff’s In for $5,000, Tax Collector for $6,000; Let’s Do Our Part for Feed Flagler

| November 6, 2011

The third annual Team Feed Flagler challenge kicks off, raising money and food for 4,000 free meals the day before Thanksgiving. Help us rival Tax Collector Suzanne Johnston, last year’s fund-raising winner.

Flagler’s Teens-in-Flight Produces Its First Licensed Pilot: 19-Year-Old Juan Rodriguez

| August 12, 2011

Jack Howell started Teens-in-Flight at the Flagler County Airport in the fall of 2008 to give young students from military families or poorer families a chance to learn to fly without paying a dime.

City Commission Cheers Flagler Beach Turtle Patrol

| July 14, 2011

The Flagler Beach City Commission’s Alice Baker recognized the city’s Turtle Patrol volunteers, whose work from May to September ensures protecting for nesting turtles.

Cold-Weather Shelter’s Carla Traister and 1st United Methodist Win Points of Light Award

| July 11, 2011

The Point of Lights award vindicates a particularly difficult year when the cold-weather shelter sustained some bitter, often inaccurate criticism from a few Bunnell businesses even as its needs proved more critical.

Spotlight on Flagler Youth, the Annual Talent Show, Raises $1,000 for Carver Gym

| May 27, 2011

Krystene Maceda’s solo performance of Chopin’s Waltz in C-sharp minor for piano won her the Entertainer of the Year award in the senior division, while Kayla Byrne won the honor in the junior division. Complete list of performers and winners.

Wicked Transition to Stage Magic as FPC Goes Emerald With “Wizard of Oz” This Weekend

| May 9, 2011

“The Wizard of Oz” at the Flagler Auditorium is the biggest FPC stage production to date, with a live orchestra and a cast and crew of 75. The production gelled in a mere six weeks under a new director, after the previous one quit.

Flagler Schools’ Problem Solvers Clean Up Again: The Winners’ Complete List

| April 7, 2011

Following the Problem Solvers state competition in Cape Canaveral late last month, FPC’s Ryan McDermott filed a complete list of winners from nearly every school in the district. Many qualify for the international competition in Wisconsin in June.

A First for Matanzas High School: Rebecca Wight a National Merit Finalist

| February 14, 2011

Matanzas High School senior Rebecca Wight is one of 15,000 finalists across the United States, a little more than half of whom will be selected for an award in march.

Bill Delbrugge Live From Egypt:
“This Is Just a Different Type of Hurricane”

| February 2, 2011

In a 40-minute interview from the outskirts of Cairo today, the former school superintendent explained why he’s staying in Egypt, what Egyptians are after and deserve, and what conditions are like.

Christmas Rescue: Flagler Beach Firemen Save Knocked-Out Veteran From Blazing Home

| December 23, 2010

The Flagler Beach Fire Department’s Scott Jackson and Alex Wilhite pulled unconscious 44-year-old Roy Davis out of his burning home at The Village apartments Thursday morning. Includes photo gallery.

FPC’s Boys Raced, Pink-Socked, in Breast Cancer Solidarity at Manhattan Invitational

| October 15, 2010

Inspired by their coach, an idea started by Brad Walbert, to honor his grandfather, developed into team-wide solidarity for breast cancer victims–with unexpected and moving results as the boys raced in in New York City.

A Wedding Made in Deli: How Aquarius Conquered Cancer

| September 6, 2010

He’s 60. She’s 65. They’ve each been married twice before. She was just diagnosed with terminal cancer. They’re getting married at Strathmore’s Deli, with Mayor Netts officiating.

Mia Bella’s Dancers: From Non-Existent to National Champions in Seven Months

| July 29, 2010

Brie Valenti opened her Mia Bella dance studio last January at City Walk, and returned from a competition in Tennessee with two national trophies this week for her students and her choreography.

Flagler Paramedics Take 2nd and 14th Place in Czech Competition

| June 4, 2010

Flagler’s paramedics competed against 10 countries and 23 teams. Photo gallery included.

Bohemian Rhapsody: Flagler Firefighters Go Czech to Defend World Title

| May 18, 2010

They were world champions last year. This week, two teams of Flagler medic-firefighters return to Prague to defend their title.

Alan Forehand’s Surfing Bravery

| April 24, 2010

At 15, surfer Alan Forehand is already one up on most 15 year olds with a thing for saving lives. Flagler Beach just recognized him for for rescuing a stranded surfer 300 yards off shore on a blustery late-winter day.

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