WCSO DEPUTY TERMINATED
Public intoxication in Geneva.
WCSO DEPUTY CHARGED WITH DRUG OFFENSE
Accusations of trafficking.
HOME TOWN GROCERIES?
Proposed Red Bay grocery a “new retail concept.”
PLANNING COMMISSION KICKS OFF 2009
Approves first projects of year.
NEW PIER OPENS
Lake Powell’s “neighborhood fishing pier.”
JONES RESPONDS TO RUMORS
Regarding possible planning commission change.
ELVIS TODDLED HERE
The King’s Tupelo birthplace.
ANOTHER EAR WORKSHOP
Land use discussions continue.
DESIGN REVIEW BOARD MEETS
Several projects green-lighted in short agenda.
COUNTY GETS SAND-BLASTING
D&H Sand lawsuit appeals stop-work order.
BOXING RINGS: “BRIDE WARS”
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS LEAVE ONE DEAD
Three others injured in truck collisions.
REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER ARRESTED
STATE OFFERS $19.5M TO WIDEN U.S. 331
DOT agree to four-lane another section of Walton’s only north/south artery.
CLASS-SIZE REDUCTION HITS HOME
Walton cuts some extra classes for home-schooled kids.
RECOGNITIONS, PLAQUES AND SPECIAL ELECTIONS
The DFS City Council receive award and witness another.
OSCAR HARRISON REACHES CENTENNIAL MARK
Longtime DFS resident to celebrate 100 years of life.
SCHOOL DISTRICT APPROVES UNION AGREEMENT
The $500,000 agreement for instructional personnel passed unanimously.
CHAUTAUQUA WINTER ASSEMBLY SOCIAL HELD
Attendees discovered details about upcoming Assembly.
WALTON BOYS SPLIT DISTRICT GAMES
Braves scored a victory over Seahawks, 55-51.
CITY ANSWERS QUESTIONS ABOUT NEW WELL
Herald reader prompts questions about DFS water plan.
CASEY AT THE PLATE
Herald-Breeze sportswriter Patrick Casey shoots from the lip.
ARTIST OF THE MONTH – SKIPPY HOFFMAN
Her work is featured at Coastal Branch Library throughout January.
FOCUS ON FINANCE
Joe Faulk offers financial advice on New Year’s Solutions.