Walton County Heritage Museum

Learn more about the history of Walton County

Train Depot Museum

Walton County Courthouse

Growing to meet the needs of the community

Courthouse

Lake DeFuniak

One of only two perfectly round lakes in the world

Fun and relaxation

Hotel DeFuniak

Built in 1920, completely restored, the perfect place to stay!

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H E A D L I N E S May 1, 2008

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DFS COUNCIL APPROVES LEASES AND PURCHASES
Land, trucks and pipe purchases highlight agenda.

EX-DEPUTIES FILE SUIT AGAINST JOHNSON
Two former employees take their discrimination suit to federal court.

BRING YOUR GUN TO WORK?
NRA says, Go ahead, make our day.

LOCAL STORES GET WAKE-UP CALL
Selling kids energy drinks with alcohol gives clerks a jolt.

VANDALS TAKE AIR OUT OF SCHOOL BUS RIDE
Students have to attend school anyway.

ANIMAL CONTROL AMENDMENT GENERATES DISCUSSION
But the ordinance is still in the dog house.

ALL THE GIRLS LOVE ELTON
The Honky Cat is back on the Yellow Brick Road.

NEW & NOTE-ABLE
Review of latest CD releases by Autrechre, Black Crows, Jimi Hendrix and more.

ROCKING IN WALTON
Find out where the bands are playing and when.

GRAYTON BEACH KIDS FISHING TOURNEY
Kids learn how to wet a hook in the sandy surf.

MAY 4-11 IS NATIONAL PET WEEK
Voices asks, “What do you like best about your pet?”

FREEPORT BASEBALL SQUAD MAKES PLAYOFFS
Bulldogs qualify after defeating PdL Pirates.

EGLIN SURGEON SAVES CHILD’S LIFE
Capt. Rulewicz comes to the rescue of a small Iraqi boy.

FIT & HEALTHY
New feature focuses on getting functionally fit.

NEW HABITAT HOUSE IN WALTON COUNTY
The Donnie Hicks family has something to celebrate.

BIG SKY COUNTRY
Take a tour of majestic Montana.

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN PAXTON ROBBERY
May have committed another.

BCC ROLL CALL APRIL 22
What they voted on, and how.

BCC PONDERS WRECKER ORDINANCE
Would set towing rates.

FREEPORT CITY COUNCIL MEETS APRIL 24
Debates placement of RV resort.

MARK LUNSFORD ADDRESSES ADVOCACY CENTER
Daughter’s murder moved him to activism.

“TRUE BLUE” BOOK FEATURES LOCAL DEPUTY
Artie Rodriguez survives crash with drunk driver.

NATIVE “MUSICAL ECHOES”
Muscogee Nation festival makes music.

WMS LITERACY WEEK WRAPS UP
“Mysteries in the Middle” draws crowd.

SINFONIA POPS AT BAYTOWNE MAY 3
Free concert offers popular music.

4-H TROPICANA CONTEST HELD
List of honors at April 22 speech contest.

YET ANOTHER BLUE SIGN MEETING
Moving toward consensus in south Walton.

SHOOTING THE BREEZE
Leah dodges a scammer.

SWFD CHIEF  ADDRESSES SWCC
Talbert talks safety.

OYSTER LAKE CAUSEWAY SOLUTION?
Coastal Dune Lake Advisory Board meets.

DFSPD GETS AMBULANCE
SWFD donates surplus vehicle to police.

MAKING MOVIES IN MOBILE
Three area actors in feature film shoot.

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