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Friedrich Hayek, "Road to Serfdom," 1944
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$250,000 awarded at county scholarship ceremony
The Flagler County community banded together to invest in the further education of its seniors.
It wasn't me, officer: A notice from Washington, D.C.
This week, I got a call from a friend who had a run-in with red light cameras. Or at least, a computer in Washington, D.C., thought he did.
LETTERS: On the economy, the elderly, bird nests
One writer on the elderly: "We do not sit around our house wringing our hands and worrying about the red light cameras."
Rejected by Bunnell, courthouse faces uncertain future
The building would be too costly for the city to repair and maintain, Bunnell City Commissioners said.
24 Reign Over Me, Drama
24 Ravenous Readers
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
24 Special Yappy Hour for pet lovers and golfers
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
24 FPCHS Spring Chorus Concert