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Photos of the Week 11/10/2011

Nov 10th, 2011 | 0

COLLIN MYRICK shows off his honor - the Wendy's High School Heisman Award, presented to him at a surprise ceremony at Freeport High School on Nov. 7. (Photo courtesy of Freeport High School)

ONLY A PART OF THE WHOLE - there are 750 photos of past and current military veterans posted on the Vote in Honor of a Veteran wall, at the Supervisor of Elections Office in Walton County Courthouse, DeFuniak Springs. (Photo courtesy of Supervisor of Elections Office).

STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS from Rep. Brad Drake and Sen. Greg Evers to the members of the Walton County Board of County Commissioners to Tourist Development Council Executive Director Dawn Moliterno were on hand for the groundbreaking ceremony, held Tuesday at Owl’s Head in Freeport. The $8.6 million project will expand 1.6 miles of the U.S. 331 north of Freeport and is expected to be completed by 2013. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

THESE NEW SIGNS, PUT INTO PLACE the first week of October will help visitors find all that downtown DeFuniak Springs has to offer this holiday season and year around.

STUDENTS ENJOY THEIR hot dog lunch while sitting in the sun. Hundreds of Walton County high school students visited the Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) Chautauqua Center on Thursday, Nov. 3, for the organization's annual CareerFest. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

FREEPORT QUARTERBACK GABE MOORE went 5-12 through the air, passing for 84 yards. He completed a touchdown pass to David Bartlett (two receptions for 47 yards) and ran 17 yards for a touchdown of his own. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

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