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Photos of the Week 1.16.2014

Jan 17th, 2014 | 0

WHERE IN THE HERALD IS DYLLON REDIKER? He is in downtown Enterprise, Ala. next to the world famous boll weevil monument. The monument was erected in 1919 to recognize the agricultural pest which spurred farmers to diversify their crops. The weevil had decimated much of Coffee County’s cotton crop and led to the introduction of peanut production. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

 

MAYOR BOB CAMPBELL SIGNED A PROCLAMATION establishing Jan. 16 as Snowbird Day in the city of DeFuniak Springs. Festivities were scheduled to be held that day at the Chautauqua Hall of Brotherhood. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

EMILY MURRAY KNOCKED DOWN A 3-POINTER and went 2-for-2 at the foul line in the first quarter to help Katie Sebastian’s pair of 3s take Paxton to a 13-0 first-quarter lead against Ponce de Leon. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

PONCE DE LEON’S BOYS PLAYED HARD DEFENSE, but Paxton’s deft shooting on the night of Jan. 10 proved way more than the Pirates could handle. Paxton won the game 65-23 and had a running clock most of the fourth quarter. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

 

 

WALTON COUNTY SNOWBIRDS welcomed their 1000th member this year. Her name is Tammy Stelling, and she is from Missouri. Dom Trolian, president, is shown presenting Tammy a welcome gift basket from Newman-Dailey Resort Properties.

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