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MRS. AUTREY'S THIRD-GRADE CLASS practices for Celebrate Freedom week during the week of Sept. 20-24, at Bay Elementary. Students performed a selection of patriotic songs honoring the nation's service men and women. Mrs. Bush, music/ art teacher, is leading the way. Students performed for parents on Friday, Sept. 24 in their respective third-grade classrooms. Celebrate Freedom week was an initiative of the Florida Department of Education this school year to make students aware of their freedoms and rights.


PROPHECY SPAID of Freeport performed admirably in service, with three aces spread throughout the match against South Walton, though she also had the most net faults. Her real area of expertise was in assists. Spaid was far and away the most dominant of Freeport’s players, getting 10 of her 24 assists in the first game alone. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

PAUL HOLMES rushed for 114 yards out of Freeport’s 232 total ground yardage and scored a touchdown against Vernon in the opening minutes of the game. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

LIAM MILLER (12) Walton senior quarterback, had another solid night as he threw for 312 yards with four touchdown passes. (Photo by Jennifer Casey)

MEMBERS OF THE 1985 WALTON football state championship team were honored before kickoff with FAMU High on Friday night. (Photo by Jennifer Casey)

OYSTER LAKE, a Walton County coastal dune lake, is involved in a recent legal settlement between Walton County and owners of property near the lake. Oyster Lake lies just north of CR-30A in the Dune Allen community. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

SEAGROVE RESIDENT Kelly Haynes Buzzett kisses her catch, part of an event that celebrated the reopening of the 2010 Snapper Season. Photo by Kurt Lischka, SoWal.com

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