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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HEADLINES…MARCH 5, 2009

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BCC ROLL CALL
Feb. 24 agenda and measures taken.

BAY BRIDGE PROPOSAL TO GET MORE TIME
BCC moves to extend notification process for project.

FREEPORT CITY COUNCIL MEETS
Feb. 26 meeting agenda and actions.

COMMISSIONER JONES TAKES QUESTIONS
New commissioner at SWCC public forum.

TWO FATAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN WALTON COUNTY
Three dead in same day in south Walton.

COASTAL LIGHTING STANDARDS FINALLY  ADOPTED
Turtles, other native wildlife get some protection.

FLORIDA ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME HAS NEW MEMBER
Extraordinary athlete and coach Willy “Boogie” Hall recognized.

RED BAY GROCERY UP AND RUNNING
The latest photos.

CDLAB TALKS CAMP CREEK FLOODING
Board meeting gets heated.

TEA FOR MANY
Chautauqua Tea Serenade a hit with visitors.

WALTON BUDGET WORKSHOP
“Grim” numbers mandate cost-saving measures.

DRUG TRAFFICKER ARRESTED IN DFS
Undercover operation succeeds.

MURDERS IN MIRAMAR BEACH
Man booked for double homicide, triple wounding.

INLET BEACH AUTHOR GETS TV TIME
“Starchild” theorist to be on History Channel.

FAB FOUR – FAB FIVE DECISIONS
Chautauqua speaker on Beatles’ “five best decisions.”

“CRASH” LANDS AT ALAQUA ANIMAL REFUGE
Another injured pup finds a safe haven at Alaqua.

OKALOOSA SHERIFF ARRESTED BY FBI
Charlie Morris removed from office by Gov. Crist.

PROJECT PRINCESS HOPES FOR HAPPY ENDINGS
Prom dreams really can come true.

THE CALM IN THE EYE OF THE STORM
Clerk Martha Ingle provides steady hand in government.

AMASON’S ANGLE
Seeking the rebirth of wonder.

NOT JUST “KUMBAYA” ANYMORE
Sunset King Dulcimer Players strike a new chord.

WCDC STUDENTS GO TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Students show off career development skills.

WCSB: “BUDGET NEWS MUCH WORSE.”
Salary cuts or 92 lay-offs expected.

BURGESS ANNOUNCES RUN FOR CITY MARSHAL
Ray Burgess seeking a chance to lead DFS Police again.

A NEW MORRISON SPRINGS OPENS TO THE PUBLIC
Commissioner Brannon unveils new and improved park.

FRESENIUS OPENS DIALYSIS TREATMENT FACILITY IN DFS
Check out our “Health Matters” page.

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