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Photos of the Week 7.11.2013

Jul 12th, 2013 | 0

LONGTIME LOCAL BASEBALL UMPIRE CORNEL BURNETT of DeFuniak Springs was inducted into the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame after traveling to the annual Cooperstown Classic invitational tournament along with the 12U Florida Rays traveling team. (Photo courtesy of Shari and Rick Miles)

FLOODING JULY 4 covered this portion of the road at Edgewood Terrace. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

DRIVING WAS COMPLICATED all over Walton County July 4. This is a portion of CR-393, just south of U.S. 98. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

 

THE CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER crested at Ebro on Monday, July 8, after a week of torrential downpours. Citizens that live along the river at Cowford were temporarily displaced due to the rising waters. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

WHERE IN THE HERALD ARE ART AND MARTY DEES? WZEP’s Art and Marty stopped for this photo at Yellowstone National Park. The two saw Old Faithful, and also visited the Grand Tetons, part of the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, which is July 12.

 

MOST FOURTH of July celebrations were cancelled as a result of super-rainy conditions in Walton County for the holiday. This was also the case for celebrations planned at Rosemary Beach, with the exception of the town’s fireworks display, which went on, but one night later. (Photo by Dotty Nist)

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