BCC STANDS FIRM ON MILLAGE
Despite expected shortfalls, no chance of tax hike.
DFS COUNCIL APPROVES “PROJECT SHARE”
Tri-County to assist with individual’s utility bills.
DFS EMPLOYEE PICNIC A SUCCESS
Fun was had by all city employees and staff.
FRIENDSHIP HOUSE NOW OPEN
The facility offers help to those suffering brain disorders.
LESC CELEBRATE MORRISON’S BIRTHDAY
Senior Center director gets surprise party.
WALTON SCHOOLS RANK 16TH IN STATE
All schools get either A or B grade from DOE.
TEMPERS FLARE OVER FHS UNIFORMS
Parents object, superintendent asks for trust.
4-H HOLD ANNUAL SUMMER CAMP
Camp Timpoochee hosts 4-H students for week of activity.
FIVE QUESTIONS WITH THE COACH
Series begins with volleyball coach Marla Harrell.
TDC QUESTIONS MAGAZINE ADVERTISING
Stange: Putting all our eggs in one basket.
HOME INVASION SUSPECTS ARRESTED
Robbed home at gun and knifepoint.
SERIAL COLLISIONS ON CR-30A
Man strikes four vehicles before stopping.
SUSPECTED HAZ-MAT INCIDENT IN SOUTH WALTON
Mailed powder proves not dangerous.
“RUNNING OF THE BOARDS”
Choctawhatchee Bay premieres water competition.
ONE UP, ONE POSTPONED
Planning Commission rules on two developments.
“BEAUTY AND THE BEAST” coming to NWFSC
Musical runs July 22 – 25.
GRAYTON FIRE CALL HIGHLIGHTS CONCERNS
Fire/emergency access concerns raised.
COUNTY RESPONDS IN PUBLIC RECORDS CASE
Request for copies “unduly burdensome,” says county.
SWINE FLU UPDATE
Two more deaths in Florida.
COMMERCIAL TURTLE HARVESTING BAN
Goes into effect July 20.
SHORELINE FISHING LICENSES TO BE REQUIRED
New law in effect August 1.
GUARDING AGAINST RABIES
Department of Health precautions.