Walton County Heritage Museum

Learn more about the history of Walton County

Train Depot Museum

Walton County Courthouse

Growing to meet the needs of the community

Courthouse

Lake DeFuniak

One of only two perfectly round lakes in the world

Fun and relaxation

Hotel DeFuniak

Built in 1920, completely restored, the perfect place to stay!

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HEADLINES…JUNE 18, 2009

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ACLU VS. HOLMES COUNTY
The national group alleges retribution against citizen by commissioner.

PILCHER EXPOUNDS ON PROPERTY
Property appraiser explains assessment process and services.

AMASON’S ANGLE
Ashley discovers home is where the heart is.

ADDING TO THE SWEET LIFE IN SEASIDE
New shop offers salted-caramel cupcakes and other tasty cupcakes.

WHS RETIREES WISHED WELL
School Board says goodbye to host of longtime teachers and staff.

BENEFIT SUPPER PLANNED FOR PAXTON CHILD
Sixth-grader Zachary Cook is facing major surgery.

ECAR SAYS LOCAL MARKETS IMPROVING
Real estate trends looking better for Panhandle.

SPECKLED-TROUT SHOOT-OUT HELD
Nick’s Restaurant holds annual fishing event for all ages.

THE CHILD ADVOCATE
Julie Hurst (CAC) talks about recognizing child abuse.

DFS VFW INSTALL NEW OFFICERS
Local veterans club officers pass the baton to new leaders.

BRAD DRAKE’S FRESHMAN YEAR
Legislator talks on first session.

BIRMINGHAM MAN DIES IN NAVARRE ACCIDENT
Kayaker not wearing lifejacket.

BCC ROLL CALL
Principal items on June 9 agenda.

BCC CONSIDERS NORTH WALTON HEIGHT LIMITS
Proposed 40-foot residential limit is controversial.

BONIFAY BURGLARY SUSPECT ARRESTED
Caught on surveillance tape.

PAXTON IS ‘GATOR COUNTRY!
Unexpected residential reptile retrieved.

THE BUTTERFLIES OF NAVARRE
Butterfly House museum and interactive exhibit.

FREEPORT CITY COUNCIL MEETS JUNE 9
Looking for grant funds.

FORT PICKENS NOT SLIM
Road re-opened to historic 1830s fortress.

NEW EXHIBIT AT MATTIE KELLY
Apalachicola River spotlighted.

OYSTER LAKE WORKSHOP
Recent flooding occurrences at rare coastal dune lake.

PLANNING COMMISSION CONCORD
Blue Mountain Beach differences settled, height ordinances accepted.

VISA: NOT AT TAX COLLECTOR’S OFFICE
Chooses not to accept VISA payments.

STATE VEHICLE TAG, TITLE  FEES TO INCREASE
Substantial increases set for September 1.

“PELHAM 123″ A SOLID REMAKE
Movie review.

TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL MEETS
Dispenses funds, repairs parking structure.

OLD SCENIC 98?
“Old 98 Initiative” seeks state scenic designation.

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