Fuamoa By Susannah Vendryes Up in a tall pine tree on top of a grassy hill lies a big, glorious egg. The tree has been bending and twisting in the wind for quite some time now; but the egg is safe. The wind stops abruptly. The tree is no longer dancing with the wind. No … Continue reading Laura (Riding) Jackson Creative Writer, Susannah Vendryes: A Glowing Yellow Egg Rolls Down the Hill.
On March 15, 2019 we published an article reporting that as of March 11, 2019, the School District of Indian River County (SDIRC) had received no Allen Norton Blue (ANB) invoices “. . . for which the School Board of Indian River County, Florida, retained you to provide legal services to and on behalf of Dr. … Continue reading Invoices/Payment for $ 50,000 2018 Legal Investigation, School District of Indian River County, FL.
A Fifth Grader in the Glendale Elementary, Vero Beach, FL Young Authors Club goes to the white board and writes "We need a petition." "Why do we need a petition?" "We need a petition to start recycling." "Let's check it out." Only three and a half hours after her inquiry was made to Vincent Burke, P. E. … Continue reading She Thought She Needed a Recycling Petition. Vero Beach, FL.
I take it you already know of tough and bough and cough and dough? Others may stumble, but not you, on hiccough, thorough, laugh and through. Well done! And now you wish, perhaps, to learn of less familiar traps. Beware of heard, a dreadful word, that looks like beard and sounds like bird. And dead-it's … Continue reading Unattributed Punctuation Poem.
As reported in the Columbia Journalism Review by Mathew Ingram / May 9, 2019 IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE an unprecedented move, the White House revoked the press passes of a significant chunk of the Washington press corps because they didn’t meet a new standard, according to Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank. Under the new rules, … Continue reading “White House Revokes Press Passes for Dozens of Journalists.”
Warren S. Kimber Jr. Warren “Kim” Kimber, Jr. and his wife Bobbie established the Joy Street Foundation to support education at all levels. Of the Young Authors Program, Bobbie Kimber, Foundation Trustee, said "we’ve never seen one like this. It is so new.” “The Foundation wants to recognize what you’ve done and become the first, … Continue reading Vero Communiqué Receives “Unrestricted” Contribution from Joy Street Foundation to Recognize its’ Young Authors Program.
In a March 20, 2019 letter to Laura Zork, Chairman, Indian River School Board, Attorney H. B. Stivers of the firm Levine & Stivers, LLC wrote that his firm "has been retained to represent Dr. Mark Rendell...to advise and and assist Dr. Rendell concerning the terms and conditions of his employment with the District." At … Continue reading Superintendent Dr. Mark Rendell Retains Legal/Mediation Counsel. [School District of Indian River County, FL]