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May 25, 2017

Family mourns Pierson girl killed in accident

GMC sport utility vehicle, which crashed into a tree off Raulerson Road near the intersection of State Road 305/Bunnell Road in Seville last Wednesday. Darian, who was not wearing a seat belt, died at the scene, the Florida Highway Patrol said. The crash remains under investigation.   She was driving her friend home when the wreck occurred, said her mother, Melody Dearborn. The friend, Karley Labaw, 14, survived the crash and was airlifted to Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando. Labaw is at home recovering from her injuries, Darian's family said. Darian was laid to rest Wednesday after a service at Stetson Baptist Church. in DeLand. Instead of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to the ARNI Foundation. Karen King, a family friend, said Darian was “sassy but respectful” and started creating memories from the time she was born. She was 3½ weeks early and because she was breached, she was delivered by cesarean section, a birth Melody Dearborn will never forget. “The doctor started singing: 'To all the girls I’ve sewn before,’” Melody Dearborn recalled between laughter and tears. “That was Darian’s beginning, very impatient to enter the world at 5 pounds 9 ounces.” The child had a lot of spunk, learned quickly and was good at anything she tried, said her stepfather, George Martinelli, who taught Darian to shoot a long bow, rifle and handgun. Darian's heart, though, was in horses. “Her barrel racing was just amazing,” Martinelli said. “She went into it with no fear.” Darian was pretty, petite and tough, though she never used her toughness to bully anyone. She always stuck up for people, even those she didn't know, said one of her teachers, Ian Jackson. "I always found it ironic that she loved horses so much; that she found joy... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)

Apr 22, 2016

Flower and Garden Expo is bigger than ever

University of Florida, is back — with locally sourced food on the menu. Prepared by the Bunnell W.A.R.M. Project, the 9:30 a.m. brunch includes Bearl offering a brief history of local farms and the culinary scene. Master Gardeners Master Gardeners are out in full force. “Master Gardeners bring their enthusiasm and knowledge,” said Jim DeValario of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. “Put gardeners together and everyone has something new to share.” And share they do — plants clinics, tours and plant sales are just for starters. They can cook, too. Master Gardeners prepare the lunch and goodies for both days, so come hungry. Margit Hunt heads up the plant clinic. A 21-year Master Gardener, Hunt handles a wide array of questions. She recommends using your cellphone to take photos of plants to be identified or pest problems to be solved. The Master Gardener Greenhouse will throw open its doors for plant sales. Most plants are propagated and planting instructions for each variety are included. Master Gardeners will be on hand to offer tips and ideas. Rain barrels will be on sale for $40. Lectures Designing gardens for butterflies and hummingbirds as well as creating yards that work with nature are two of the lecture topics. Specialty gardens that start with a seed and succulents that work as garden art are also included in the lineup. On both days, door prizes are offered at each lecture. More Held in the Wind Mitigation Building, the St. Augustine Piecemakers are putting on a quilt show to end all quilt shows. Around 40 quilts will be showcased, with some made by 4-H youth. “We want to pass this art along to our young people by offering a 4-H quilt camp every year,” show chair Patty Girv... (St. Augustine Record)

Apr 22, 2016

Homer's Best Bets

Sitka Island Institute, artists Teri Rofkar, Chantal Bilodeau, Allison Warden and Michelle Kuen Suet Fung perform at 7 p.m. Monday at the Bunnell Street Arts Center. At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday they hold a Climate and Culture Conversation at the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.   BEST WE HEAR YOU BET: Bunnell artist-in-residence Gwendolen Chatfield has been in Homer this month creating an aural folk map of our town. Hear what she has come up with in a concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bunnell Street Arts Center. (Homer News)

Feb 3, 2016

Bob Abbott, Ex-Flagler County Commissioner Who Straddled Downturn Years, Is Dead at 70

I have nothing but admiration and good things to say about him.” A native of Camden, N.J. Abbott was raised in Flagler Beach and graduated from Bunnell High School in 1964. He served 20 years in the Navy, retiring as a chief petty officer. According to an obituary notice posted on his Facebook page this morning, “He is survived by his wife of 46 years Paquita Hugas Abbott, his daughters Mindy Abbott Diggan and her husband Jeff. Robin Abbott Moore and her fiance Brian Konopka, his grandchildren, Katelyn Diggan Norris, Tyler Diggan, Ashleigh Abbott Cellini, Chad Diggan, Brittany Moore Abbott, Michael Moore Abbott, and his greatgrandson Wyatt Norris, his siblings Jack Abbott and his wife Sandy of Ormond Beach, Dale Abbott and his partner John Bourne of Gatlinburg, Tenn., Sandra Pijot and her husband David of Ormond Beach, Michael Abbott and his partner Todd Scala of Winter Park,” and many other relatives. “In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Disabled Veterans Foundation of Florida. At Robert’s request a private family service with full military honors will be held.” ... (

Feb 3, 2016


Jefferson County clerk’s office Jan. 4, 2016: Village of Antwerp: 0.49 acres, Philadelphia Road, Susan A. Gardner, Watertown, and Terry L. Gardner, Bunnell, Fla., sold to Linda Hurteau, Ogdensburg $25,000 Village of Adams: No acreage listed, 18 Grange Ave., Anthony M. Neddo, Watertown, as referee for Jason B. LaForty and Eva M. LaForty, sold to U.S. Bank N.A. as trustee for LSF8 Master Participation Trust, Irvine, Calif. $129,000 Town of Henderson: No acreage listed, 12753 County Route 123, Henderson Harbor, Susan Shea, Rochester, as executor of Norma E. Navik estate, sold to Roy Navik, Lakewood, Colo. $54,500 Village of Sackets Harbor: 0.206 acres, Ambrose Street, Ronald Bacorn and Marlis C. Bacorn, New Port Richey, Fla., sold to Justin Wood, Watertown $129,500 Town of Theresa: 10.34 acres, Wilson Road, Edward G. Brown, Russell G. Brown and Scott K. Brown, all of Theresa, as trustees of testamentary trust of Kenneth A. Brown for the benefit of Virginia H. Brown, sold to Land of Lakes Holdings LLC, Theresa $300,000 City of Watertown: No acreage listed, Flower Avenue West, Robert Gefell, Watertown, sold to Rande S. Richardson, Watertown $140,530 Town of Clayton: No acreage listed, Clayton-Cape Vincent Highway, Patricia R. Hill, Clayton, sold to Michael S. Bertrand and Kristine A. Royka, Poughkeepsie $146,000 Town of Watertown: 3.869 acres, Freeman Creek Road, John L. Schunke III, Shallotte, N.C., sold to Michael J. Orloff and Megan M. Orloff, Rodman $157,000 Town of Ellisburg: Five parcels, 84.21 acres, Benton Road, Randy C. Eastman, Lacona, and Charlene F. Eastman, Henderson, sold to Titus Peachey and Esther Peachey, Mannsville $180,000 ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY The following property sales were recorded in the St. Lawrence County clerk’s office Dec. 16, 2015: Town of Stockholm: Parcel 1) 1.30 acres more or less, parcel 2) 13.5 acres more or less, Mile Square 52, Patrick M. and Sheila J. Kilcoyne, Brasher Falls, sold to Robert C. and Rebecca R. Sterling, Champlain $75,000 Town of Potsdam: Unknown acres, Lot 36, bounded by Riverside Cemetery, Matthew L. and Noelle M. Stock, Colorado Springs, Colo., sold to Mohammad Akhtaruzzaman and Momota Zaman, Potsdam $240,000 The following property sales were recorded in the St. Lawrence County clerk’s office Dec. 17, 2015: City of Ogdensburg: Unknown acres, Lot 3, Block 1, Philip J. Arno (executor), William F. Gokey, Ogdensburg, sold to Patrick Regan, Ogdensburg $35,000 City of Ogdensburg: Unknown acres, Block 15, bounded by Main Street and New York Avenue, Scott B. Springstead, Ogdensburg, sold to Addow, LLC, Manilus $60,000 City of Ogdensburg: Unknown acres, Lot 4, Block 77, bounded by Water Street and Mechanic Street, Lori L. Lumbard, Ogdensburg, sold to Destina L. Cunningham, Ogdensburg $50,000 Town of Hermon: Parcel 1) Unknown acres, Parcel 2) 106.17 acres more or less, Lot 17, bounded by Trout Lake Road, Robert A. and Ester F. McIntosh, Edwards, sold to Neal C. and Carol A. Rose, Hermon $154,000 Town of Massena: Unknown acres, Lot 19 and Lot 20, bounded by Cornell Avenue, Eric L. Crump and Kelly R. Woods, Plattsburgh, sold to Shawn C. Guest,... (