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HEADLINES MAY 15, 2008

May 14th, 2008 | 0

LEARNING TO PROTECT THE CASTLE
Citizens gather for firearms training by WCSO and NRA.

DFS COUNCIL APPROVES FIRST BAPTIST SCHOOL.
Church gets unanimous approval to open a K-5 school at the church.

GOING BACK TO SCHOOL ALREADY PLANNED
School hasn’t let out yet, but 08-09 calendar is ready.

RABID RACCOON ROUNDUP?
County health department warns against animals behaving strangely.

WHO OWNS THE ROAD?
Ronnie Bell talks road paving, maintenance and MSBUs.

ROCKING IN WALTON
Find out where the top bands are playing along the Panhandle.

SCHOOLS GETTING THEIR “SHARE” OF DOLLARS
Athletics departments divvying up sports dollars.

CLASS TOUR NOT A WASTE(D) TRIP
Crestview class visits DFS sewage treatment plant.

TOP EMPLOYERS, SANSOM HONORED AT SUMMIT
Workforce development board rates best places to work in Walton, Okaloosa.

PAXTON BASEBALL TEAM FALLS TO EAGLES
Jacksonville Eagles, top-ranked Class A team, defeated Paxton Bobcats.

MEADOWS WILL NOT RUN AGAIN
Commissioner cites “burnout” as reason.

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS
Whispering Pines approved, others get extensions.

TOWN CENTER PROJECT A GO
Lehigh Pines greenlighted.

COOL BREEZE SELF-STORAGE COMING
Planning commission approves application with conditions.

SMALL-SCALE AMENDMENTS APPROVED
Planning commission acts.

BURGLARY SUSPECT ARRESTED
Afternoon break-in in DeFuniak Springs.

METH LAB BUST YIELDS QUANTITY OF DRUGS
Trafficking charges filed.

CLEANING UP LAKE CASSIDY
Investigation yields multiple drug arrests.

EAR WORKSHOP
Seaside, Seagrove, Rosemary and Inlet Beach input.

COMPLAINT AGAINST JOHNSON
Alleges misconduct in voter petition procedures.

WILDLIFE ART IN PONCE DE LEON
Students produce colorful works for contest.

JURIED ART SHOW AT OWC
Lance DeHaven Smith also showcased.

WORLD WAR I RELICS ON DISPLAY
At Niceville library.

DEDICATION EVENT FOR SCENIC 30A
Nine-year effort earns Scenic Highway designation.

“REDBELT” AN ENGAGING DRAMA
Movie review.

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