CAROL FITZGERALD spins sheep fiber from the farm sheep into yarn.
The Choctawhatchee Bay Spinners Guild members traveled to Twin Oaks and
produced yarn while teaching visitors how it is made. New Leaf Market farm tour organizers and Twin Oaks Farm owner Renee Savary could not have picked a more perfect day to open their doors than Sunday, Oct. 20. (Photo by Alicia Leonard)
STEVEN COZZIE APPEARED STOIC AS HE WAS LED from the courtroom following his sentencing. Cozzie was sentenced to die for the slaying of 15-year-old Courtney Wilkes, murdered while she and her family vacationed in Walton County during the summer of 2011.The death sentence carries with it an automatic appeal. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
SOUTH WALTON’S CHANDLER PARRETT (13) worked his way into the endzone for a touchdown as the Seahawks rolled up 650 yards of total offense in a high-scoring affair against Holmes County on Friday night. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)
THE BIG DRAW OF THE 2013 HARVEST FESTIVAL was the free wine-tasting, which gave visitors the chance to sample the product of the local vineyard. The overcast and drizzly weather of Saturday, Oct. 19, did little to dampen the spirits of local wine enthusiasts who turned out for Chautauqua Vineyards’ 2013 Harvest Festival. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
SOUTH WALTON honored their seniors associated with the volleyball program in their win over Panama City Bay on Oct. 16. Pictured are Sarah McManus, Katie Logan, Hannah Crawford, Casey Perot and Taylor Scott. (Photo by Barb Stratton)