DFSPD OFFICERS RESPONDED Sept. 13 to a report of an overturned trailer in the area of I-10 The overturned trailer was found by responding officers on the westbound on-ramp with approximately 39,000 pounds of scrap metal spilled on the shoulder of the roadway. The driver apparently had entered into the westbound on-ramp and began to negotiate the left angle curve approaching I-10. The trailer overturned, spilling all of the scrap metal that was being transported. The semi stayed upright, allowing the driver to escape without any injuries. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)
BEACHGOERS ENJOYED the cooler temperatures on Walton County beaches that followed Tropical Storm Lee's landfall. (Photo by Dotty Nist)
WALTON'S SIERRA CONTRERAS had three kills to her credit against Rocky Bayou and helped the Lady Braves through their three-set sweep of the visiting Lady Knights with a rally from service in the first set. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
RACERS OF ALL AGES took off this past Saturday morning for the Fifth annual Loop the Lake around Lake DeFuniak. The weather was perfect for the fun run sponsored by CHELCO and supported by many other area businesses. About five minutes after the runners took off, race-walkers lined up and took to the street as well.
SHADIA MITRY (24) AND MARY KATE MYRICK celebrate a point as the Bulldogs turned the momentum of the match at Chipley in the third set. Freeport rallied past Chipley in a Sept. 6 match. (Photo by Patrick Casey)
SOUTH WALTON QUARTERBACK DYLAN ASBURY (15) ran for 80 yards before leaving the game against Freeport in the third quarter with a severe injury. Asbury spent the weekend in ICU. The game ended with a Freeport win, 39-13. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)