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Archive for: April, 2010

The Uses of Poetry

| April 30, 2010

Reading poetry, Dave Riegel argues in his latest column, has a practical value in the board room, on the campaign trail, in advertising, and anywhere popular art is consumed.

Palm Coast Opens Fiber Optic Network To Local Companies

| April 30, 2010

In a first for Florida, Palm Coast is opening its fiber optic network to business use beginning in hopes of spurring commerce.

New Summer Rates at Palm Harbor Golf Club

| April 30, 2010

New rates: Golfers at Palm Coast’s Palm Harbor Golf Club can shoot eighteen holes of golf for $27.50 for Palm Coast residents, and $31.50 for non-residents.

In Forceful Terms, Flagler Beach Knocks KKK

| April 30, 2010

In contrast with county and Palm coast statements, Flagler Beach explicitly slams KKK drive as “a hate message.”

Bunnell Bails from Billion-$ Desalination Band

| April 29, 2010

Bunnell joins Flagler County, and possibly Flagler Beach soon, in dropping out of the $1 billion project.

In Alabama, They Speak Ass

| April 29, 2010

Alabama Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim James’ pledge to ban non-English driving tests is xenophobic mob appeal.

Two-Car Wreck at Belle Terre & Rymfire Sends 2 to Hospital

| April 28, 2010

Not quite worth the news splash, the wreck was more light show and twisted metal than injuries worth blessing-counts.

Crime Reports, April 26 – May 2

| April 28, 2010

A suspected armed robber wanted since February turns up in Palm Coast, a botched ATM heist, a student’s convertible stolen while he’s in class, and more.

FPC’s Problem Solvers Make History

| April 28, 2010

Flagler Palm Coast High School will send three teams, a national organization record, to the international problem solving competition this summer.

3-Year-Old Nathaniel Ordered Back to Flagler from NYC

| April 28, 2010

The boy is in the middle of a custody battle as his parents sit in jail in Flagler and Pasco.

Bunnell Begs Amtrak With $1,000 Spree: Please Stop Here

| April 27, 2010

Bunnell city commissioners are spending up to $1,000 to catch Amtrak’s attention for 20 seconds Saturday.

Crime Reports, April 19-25

| April 27, 2010

When deputies showed up at a party stacked with teens and asked who was underage and drinking, 11 hands went up. Also: driving while snorting, Target thieving, and more. FlaglerLive’s newest feature.

Neo-Nazis in Public Facilities? School Board Workshop on Building Use

| April 27, 2010

Subsequent to the Flagler Tea Party using Palm Coast High School for meetings, the school board today debated revisions to its policy on community use of its buildings. Follow the discussion as it happened.

Palm Coast Glows Red:
2010 Revenue $4 Million Below Budget

| April 27, 2010

The city’s money pots face severe revenue shortfalls that are, for now, being offset by dips into reserves and severe spending cuts.

When God and Politics
Take Over Public School Buildings

| April 26, 2010

The Flagler School Board revisits its policy on community uses of school buildings in light of a growing controversy over Tea Party activists using Flagler Palm Coast High School.

Full Text of Flagler County School Board Policy on Community Uses of School Facilities

| April 26, 2010

Community Use of School Board Facilities: The Flagler County School Board’s Policy 320.

Rental Fees/Costs for Use of Flagler County School Board Facilities

| April 26, 2010

Chart of current rental fees and fee structure for public uses of Flagler County School Board buildings, including schools, cafeterias, playgrounds and other facilities.

Cash for Clunkers:
The Mica-Beaven Money Race

| April 26, 2010

Complete charts, graphs and analysis of campaign finance for incumbent John Mica and challenger Heather Beaven in their 7th Congressional District race.

Of People’s Parks and Parked Reporters

| April 26, 2010

When Catholic priests boff young boys, turf wars and fire engines, the editorial page brings out Ed Meese from his crypt, and the local page discovers “scenic” Palm Coast.

US To Florida: Health Care Opt-Out Is Not an Option

| April 26, 2010

Hours after the Legislature voted on party lines to “opt out” of the new federal health law, the Obama administration said that will not be permitted.

Brian McMillan’s Stick Figures

| April 25, 2010

The Palm Coast Observer’s managing editor has a new blog full of tiny jewels of witty wisdom from our most precious philosophers.

Arizona Boots Up Brown Immigrants’ Guantanamo

| April 25, 2010

The virus that led to Arizona’s anti-immigration law has crossed Arizona’s borders into the rest of America. Its carrier is as white as a bed sheet and by far the greater threat to America’s character than anything that ever crossed the Rio Grande.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning for NE Flagler Through 6:45 p.m.; Tornado Watch Through 8p

| April 25, 2010

The National Weather Service is maintaining a tornado watch for Northeast Flagler through 8 pm.

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.

Diagram of Bus 2857 Showing Where Rosa Parks Was Seated, Montgomery, 1955

| April 24, 2010

See the very spot from which Rosa Parks wouldn’t moved, in a court diagram preserved at the National Archives.

The Rosa Parks Arrest Report, 1955

| April 24, 2010

Image copy of the Rosa Parks arrest report, Montgomery police, Alabama, December 1, 1955.

When Flagler Schools Booted Out Rosa Parks

| April 24, 2010

As the Flagler School Board revisits its policy on building uses by political groups, churches and community organizations, it may find a former superintendent’s banning of Rosa Parks from Flagler schools instructive.

Great Ocean View, Fun Pier, 5,000 Landlords. $3,329/mo. (Big Chains Need Not Apply)

| April 23, 2010

Flagler Beach’s government is advertising for anyone interested in taking over the 20-year lease of the Pier Restaurant on the city’s landmark waterfront.

Nashville Surrenders to Grab Your Crotch Country

| April 23, 2010

T. Paige Dalporto, a West Virginia songwriter, pains his way through the Academy of Country Music Awards and mourns his old country gone pop.

Bunnell Drug Raid Nets 3 Arrests

| April 23, 2010

Some 75 grams of marijuana, cocaine, a gun, prescription drugs and cell phones were found in a public-housing residence early Thursday morning.

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