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Aug 17, 2018

Kenai debates adding sign to Lawton Acres' Field of Flowers

That confusion prompted the Airport Commission's desire for signage. Kenai council member and Airport Commission liaison Tim Navarre brought a sign proposal with the original "Property owned by Kenai Municipal Airport" text to the council at their April 18 meeting. The council members considered allowing the sign to go up then, but did not after member Mike Boyle objected to the language. "From my understanding over many years of dealing with the issues of airport land, that's kind of a misnomer," Boyle said at the April meeting. "That land is owned by the city, given to the city in the past for the purpose of supporting the airport. It's not airport-owned land per se… When we talk of issues of transferring or moving titles around for that land, it's a very misunderstood issue. And I'd prefer not to do something like that to make it more misunderstood." During the 2017 Lawton Acres dispute Boyle had unsuccessfully moved for the city to preserve Lawton Acres as a park after "purchasing" it from its airport obligation by transferring $600,000 from the city general fund to the airport fund. At Wednesday's meeting it was Navarre who protested the new language, saying the phrase "cooperative effort between Kenai Municipal Airport and the City of Kenai" is confusing "because the city owns the municipal airport." "I would have liked some different language - like, maybe ‘Brought to you by the city of Kenai and its Municipal Airport,' or something like that," Navarre said. Boyle disagreed with the sign aesthetically - saying the Field of Flowers is "beautiful in its simplicity" - as well as with its accuracy. "I think it's a very nice sign, but I don't think it's appropriate," he said. "…Not to be a naysayer, but this was a project of the Beautification Committee, if I understand correctly, and Parks and Rec. It wasn't a project of the Municipal Airport." The present version of the sign would be 4 feet by 8 feet and mounted on posts to face the Kenai Spur Highway. It would be removable in the winter, when the field is flowerless. "There aren't any signs that direct the public or make them aware that the Field of Flowers has access, or that it even exists, as you drive along the highway," said council member Henry Knackstedt, who introduced the new proposal on behalf of the Airport Commission. Council member Bob Molloy said he'd favor a smaller sign facing the Lawton Drive side of the field. The proposed dimensions, he said, are of similar size to a political campaign sign and would "obscure a lot," he said, before successfully moving to refer it to the Beautification Committee. Reach Ben Boettger at ...

Apr 20, 2017

Wildflower hike bursts with colors at Spring Mountain Ranch

The soft, blue star-shaped flowers bloom in the late spring or early summer.North Las Vegas resident Justin Navarrette said he came with his wife and two young sons because their family’s goal is to do 52 hikes this year. So far they’re on No. 11.“These tours are just great because it teaches our kids to appreciate nature and teaches us about the wildlife around Las Vegas,” Navarrette said. “Plus, it’s good exercise.”Hikers saw more than plants and flowers Sunday. Low caught a California chorus frog tadpole in his hands and found a darkling beetle that he passed around. The kids were especially fascinated with both.As hikers traversed the dirt trail, Low warned about cactuses, which “can be aggressive this time of year.” At one point, he had people stop and smell a flower root.He picked up the plant and had people guess what it smelled like. Some people guessed beets or carrots; others thought it just smelled familiar.It was a wild radish.“It’s such a familiar smell,” Low said, “but out of context, it’s kind of hard to place.”As people passed by bushy bright orange flowers, Low identified them as globe mallows. They’re from the family of plants that produces marshmallow flavor, he said.By a stand of 300-year-old ash trees, Low had people rub together dry leaves called yerba mansa to release their scent.“It smells like black pepper, maybe a type of spice,” someone said.“There’s no wrong answer,” Low said. “I think it smells like spicy dirt.”After the two-hour trek, hikers left with new knowledge.“This is a really informative tour,” Las Vegan Sara Greco said. “It’s nice to get out in nature and learn new things about the area that you live in. This is a beautiful location that’s just in the midst of the desert.”Contact Sandy Lopez at or 702-383-4686. Follow @JournalismSandy on Twitter.Spring Mountain State Park Upcoming Events for April:— Family Yoga on the Meadow at 10 a.m. April 12— Archery at the Ranch at 10 a.m. April 14— Morning Yoga on the Meadow at 10 a.m. April 15— Cabin Fever Dutch Oven Cooking Program at 11 a.m. April 15— Ranger-Guided Night Hike at 7 p.m. April 21— Morning Yoga on the Meadow at 10 a.m. April 22— Afternoon Yoga on ...

Aug 29, 2016

Stark couple lives dream of owning a flower farm

She works at Massa Financial Solutions in North Canton and he for UPS in Navarre, so looking for the perfect place was a challenge. "We were looking hard for the right place and we found this within a day of its listing. There were five or six showings the next day, so we were pretty aggressive and made an offer that night." He said they got the keys July 1 and Madeline was born July 28. The house was a "diamond in the rough," Shannon said, so they began fixing what needed to be done with the house and property. She said they started planning, making decisions on how and what to do and how to do it to make the farm successful and family friendly so they could all be involved immediately. "We talked about several types of plants that could thrive on a small acreage farm that could be profitable. We read a lot of articles about mini farming, found the highest grossing plants that we could grow. We saw flowers and that intrigued us because flowers have a more human aspect. We get to meet people and be a big part of their big day," she said. "We visited a farm in Columbus owned by a young couple and learned more. We just knew this would be the perfect fit for us." They started planting seeds in their basement over the winter. They made mistakes and learned from them. "We put the kids to sleep at night and then went to work," said Judd, adding the flowers are watered through a well and Mother Nature, and weeds are pulled daily. A biodegradable plastic is also used to stave off weeds and organic products are used to control pests. Once the weather warmed enough, the plants went outside. Not long after, they started selling to Earth Fare and now Fishers. "We are thrilled to find a local farm for our flowers," said Debra Grasse, category buyer for Fishers Foods. "Their sunflowers are so huge and the quality is unbelievable. They are so beautiful." Reach Denise at 330-580-8321 or On Twitter: @dsauttersREP ... (Canton Repository)

Feb 2, 2016

West Florida, Navarre win district championships

Danley 15, Jamaicha Hall 2, Tyrhonda Battle 6, Sierra Gillis 2. Next – West Florida plays host to East Gadsden/Marianna loser at 7 p.m. on Feb. 4. Navarre wins District 1-7A title The Navarre Raiders continued its magical season on Friday, as they captured the District 1-7A championship with a 61-43 win over the Niceville Eagles. The Raiders were led by Dee Elder, who finished with a game-high 32 points. Amber Leggett added 10 points and Jordyn York contributed 11 in the victory. It’s the first-ever district title in girls’ basketball history at Navarre and the Raiders will now play host to District 2-7A runnerup next Thursday in the Region 1-7A quarterfinals. Boys basketball Central pulls away from Jay The Central Jaguars got a balanced scoring attack in rolling to a 68-51 win over the Jay Royals on Friday in non-district play Tristan Ellison led the Jags with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Brad Moye barely missed the triple-double as he finished with 12 points, 10 assists and 9 rebounds. Chase Dixon added 12 points and 9 rebounds. Justice Brewton led the Royals with 24 points. At Jay Central 68, Jay 51 Central…20 17 19 12–68 Jay…6 9 19 17–51 Central (14-10) – Brad Moye 12, Cody Abel 9, Brian Hatcher 6, Chase Dixon 12, Tristan Ellison 19, Garrett Bradley 7, Tyler Schuck 3. Jay (4-18) – Justice Brewton 24, Dutch Burkhead 9, Reid Kelly 2, Jackson Flowers 3, Steven Archer 5, Joseph Cook 8. Central stats – Moye 9 rebounds, 10 assists; Abel 14 rebounds; Ellison 12 rebounds; Dixon 9 rebounds; Bradley 4 steals. Next – Central plays host to Poplar Springs on Tuesday in District 1-1A tournament; Jay plays Northview in District 3-1A tournament at Freeport on Monday. Navarre explodes in fourth for... (Pensacola News Journal)

Feb 2, 2016

Central Middle School honor roll

Gage Steven Minder, Sadie Marie Mireles, MeKenzee Jo Morris, Jacob Joseph Morrow, Rachel Elaine Mullikin, , Autumn Elise Murphy, Raquel Cardoza Navarrete, Christina Carolyn Nichols, Dakhota Leigh Nicholson, Brodie Bryan Nugent, Dulce Maria Nunez, Landon Mitchell Oberly, Alexander Neill Oppel, Emily Nicole Payne, Morgan Paige Pelton, Riley Michael Perrin, Lily Anais Poci, Alexis Pullins, Simon Karl Reichert, Elizabeth Charlene Reist, Kord Raymond Ribbink, Jacob Elijah Rick, Carter James Riley, Natasha Alise Rojas, Drake Joseph Rudolph, Ethan Eugene Russell, Hope Elizabeth Ryan, Emma Sabine Sand, Makayla Nikole Scherrer, Teagan Knight Schmelzer, Bredyn Quin Seaman, Roy Kendall Segress, Sevindee Leigh Shannon, Christopher Silva, Javier Jesus Sixtos, Phillip Thomas Smith, Rory Smock, Chloe Rose Snyder, James Robert Solt, Benjamin Spellman, Mariah Elizabeth Stott, Jasmine Marie Stuart, Jonathan Edward Taverna, Calee Jo Taylor, Connor Jack Taylor, Isabella K Terry, Martin Scott Thien, Dillinger James Thomas, Jacob Nathaniel Thomas, Takpor Tiah, Allen Tian, Madalynn Mary Grace Tigrett, Ailene Rebeca Toledo, Dalmier Luis Torres, Selena G Trevino, Diego Bryce Vasquez, Craig Thomas Ray Vaughn, Kaelyn Marie Wedekind, Grace Marie Williams, Whitney Justine Winter, Savanna Anna Wrieden, Damion Addison Yordt. Seventh grade: Yahir Acosta Gomez, Nathan Francis Audas, Elsy M Barahona, Trevor Lee Barkalow, Redmond Mason Bauer, Nataleigh Kristine Bean, Nidza Bejarano, Sarah Noemi Bello, Kathryn Lynn Benton, Cruz Corbin Birkhofer, Robyn Jewyl Bissen, Elivea E Bobay, Rebekah Kaye Brunson, Evan Michael Burd, Victoria Claire Busch, Sofia Joelle Calderon, Jesus Castro, Anthony Roy Colon Medina, Jaeliz Cruz Medina, Jasmine Pearl Cuellar, David Drew Dalbey, Aidan Daufeldt, Sydney Rae Dawson, Kaylee May Dayton, Trevor Jay Diederichs, Morgan Miley Dodds, Ngui Dodo, Noah Levon Elgatian, Kelyn Escobar Marquez, Miles Ferris, Elise Louise Finn, Evan L Flowers, Zekaryah Yisrael Fowlie, Michael Galloway, Morgan Blair Galloway, Lilianna Garcia, Dailyn K Garrett, Diego Adolfo Gomez, Stephanie Gomez, Emma Leigh Gordin, Meagan Gray, Halle Mae Grosjean, Olivia Jane Harmon, Krisynda Stevana-Marie Harris, Jair Hernandez, Trevor Hill, Emma Marie Hoag, Telesheia Hodges, Samantha Hayley Hoeper, Jasper Von Honts, Shaylin Renee Honts, Makahla Marie Howell, Robert Louis Hunter, Kylie Jo Jackson, Lainey Renee James, Josalynn Kae Jones, McKayla A Jordan, William Daniel James Keck, Aidan Jeffrey Kelly, Logan Thomas Kirchner, Gwendolyn G Kuhl, Andrew Kundel, Rachel Grace Larsen, Christopher LaRue, Joel David LaRue, Aaron Michael Layne, Aubriena Angel Marie Leggett, Nya Olivia Estelle Lenhard, Connor Lee Lewis, Isaiah Leo Leza, Ryan Lin, Gissell Linares, Daryan A Magnuson, Tyler James Martin, Cristian Martinez, Elisa Beatrice Martinez, Krystol Lyn Martz, Haley ... (Muscatine Journal)

Jan 8, 2016

FPC stifles DeLand, 18-10

Byrd for a touchdown. Thomas threw for 207 yards.</p><p>FPC drove to the DeLand 6 late in the half, but settled for a Kevin Navarretee field goal, and a 16-10 halftime lead.</p><p>FPC pinned DeLand deep in its own territory late in the scoreless third quarter. After forcing a three-and-out, FPC blocked Quinn Dawson's punt through the back of the end zone for a safety, extending the margin to eight.</p><p>FPC took the safety kickoff and drove deep into DeLand territory. On third down, Thomas' heave to the end zone was picked off by Raheem Layne, who nearly returned it all the way for a touchdown before finally being caught by Byrd at the FPC 30.</p><p>DeLand picked up a first down and drove all the way to the FPC 4, but Dawson's fourth down run was stuffed. DeLand got one more chance late in the fourth quarter, but Dawson was again stopped short on a fourth-down run.</p><p>FPC, still hanging on to faint playoff aspirations, will host district-leader Jacksonville Mandarin next Friday. DeLand will host Jacksonville Sandalwood in another district contest.</p><p> </p></p><p><p><strong>FPC 18, DeLand 10</strong></p></p><p><p>DeLand;3;7;0;0;—;10</p></p><p><p>FPC;7;9;0;2;—;18</p></p><p><p>First Quarter</p></p><p><p>FPC — Byrd 47 run (Navarretee kick), 10:47</p></p><p><p>D — Mendez 25 FG, 5:45</p></p><p><p>Second Quarter</p></p><p><p>D — Weltman 62 fumble return (Mendez kick), 8:38</p></p><p><p>FPC — Byrd 12 pass from Thomas (kick blocked), 4:01</p></p><p><p>FPC — Navarretee 23 FG, 0:00</p></p><p><p>Fourth Quarter</p></p><p><p>FPC — Safety, punt blocked through end zone, 11:23</p></p><p><p>INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS</p></p><p><p>RUSHING — DeLand, Wilson 12-44, Dawson 14-52, S. Bruten 4-4, Lewis 1-(-3). FPC, Byrd 26-136, Thomas 4-(-4).</p></p><p><p>PASSING — DeLand, Dawso... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)


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