MEMORIAL DAY IN WALTON COUNTY
Different communities celebrated Memorial Day from north Walton to south.
CANDIDATE FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST SHERIFF
Deputy Rick Brown alleges campaign improprieties.
MEMORIAL DAY IN SANTA ROSA BEACH
Honors and decorations at Gulf Cemetery.
ROCK HILL BORROW PIT UNDER SCRUTINY
Citizen board to decide on Azland application.
IT’S OFFICIAL ! CR-30A IS A SCENIC HIGHWAY
The state finally decrees what we’ve always known.
FORMER SWCMCD DIRECTOR REFUTES BURKE’S COMMENTS
“Many of his comments are inaccurate,” says D’Andrea.
FAMILY BIKE DAY IS PART OF THE BEACH SCENE
Columnist Kris Chavez offers a south Walton bike tour.
WCSO PRESENTS TWO NEW PROGRAMS
Project Lifesaver and Childsafe are aimed at protecting the young and old.
“THE OLD BLOUNT HOUSE” NEW AGAIN
The historic Freeport landmark, recently destroyed, has been replicated.
BAD BEHAVIOR COMES TO FWB
Musical outlaw David Allan Coe brought his good music and bad manners to area club.
SCHOOL BOARD WORKS TO COOL BUSES
Board approves $153,000 to add air-conditioning to 10 buses.
WALTON BRAVES STRUGGLE WITH TURNOVERS
Seven turnovers cost Braves their spring game.
NO “DIE HARD” MEASURES FOR TRAINING
Hostage negotiations training is by the book.
MUSEUM CELEBRATES NEAL McCORMICK DAY
Bluegrass festival in Lakeyard planned May 31.
SCHOOL SPIRIT SOARS AT BUTLER ELEM.
Butler Bear Run a big success, says organizers.
ALAQUA ANIMAL REFUGE OPEN HOUSE
Portland facility draws large crowd.
BREAKING GROUND FOR BIOPHILIA CENTER
Educational center in Freeport to cover 40,000 square feet.