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Robber convicted, faces life in prison
Edmon Nathaniel Welch had nine prior felony convictions and 22 prior misdemeanor convictions.
FPC wins second district championship in three years
Flagler Palm Coast has battled Spruce Creek four for the district title four times in past five years, but FPC took this one.
Ethics Commission accepts agreement; Revels fined $2,500
The County Commissioner stipulated to two ethics violations concerning the county's purchase of the old hospital for use as a future Sheriff's Operations Center.
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