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The Florida Times-Union and Flagler County Public Schools will join together to host the 2013 Flagler County Spelling Bee for fifth- through eighth-grade students 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Buddy Taylor Middle School. Approximately 20 school finalists will compete for the title of Flagler County Spelling Bee Champion.
“This annual tradition among Flagler students allows us to emphasize that our high student expectations continue, that we focus on academic excellence and achievement, and that we reward and celebrate student successes,” said Sabrina Crosby, Flagler Schools project coordinator.
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27 Thanksgiving Feet to Feast 15K/5K Run/Walk
27 Thanksgiving Celebration
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FPC’s Darien Halliday: “She just has a big heart”
Flagler Palm Coast senior Darien Halliday has her hands in everything, and it doesn’t hurt that she’s being recognized for it.
Permit approved for gas station at Wynnfied and Pine Lakes
A gas station at the corner of Pine Lakes Parkway and Wynnfield Drive — a project that caused a stir among residents in that area when the proposal first came to light in February — is two more steps closer to becoming a reality.
Matanzas loses heartbreaker to St. Augustine
After a quick start, the Matanzas Pirates were not able to hold on to its first-quarter lead.