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Lake DeFuniak

One of only two perfectly round lakes in the world

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Hotel DeFuniak

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HEADLINES…APRIL 30, 2009

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RICHBURG FIRED AT NFSC
Trustees vote 4 -3 for termination.

WALKER GUILTY ON TRAFFIC COUNTS
County court judge imposes fines.

BURKE MOTION FOR TRIAL TAPE IS MOOT
Appeal continues.

PUTTIN’ ON THE VICS
Victorian fashion show raises funds for Chautauqua.

WALTON COUNTY HISTORY ON FILM
Movie premieres at Hall of Brotherhood.

NO TOLL BRIDGE ON U.S. 331
Proposal withdrawn following public concerns.

SWCMCD AT 45
Mosquito Control board plans open house.

PAXTON TOWN COUNCIL MEETS
Discusses EAR, water-rate hikes.

FREEPORT CITY COUNCIL MEETS
Short meeting covers pumps, city improvements.

OKALOOSA COUNTY SHERIFF INDICTED
Morris faces multiple federal charges.

COASTAL DUNE LAKE ADVISORY BOARD MEETS
Lake status on-course, public education discussed.

WALTON COUNTY SHERIFF ADDRESSES SWCC
“I work for you,” Adkinson tells public forum.

FARMERS MARKETS COMING TO WALTON
Owl’s Head and DeFuniak offer local produce.

UNFINISHED SYMPATHY: “THE SOLOIST”
Movie review.

FIRST ANNUAL WALTON VOLUNTEER DAY
Citizens of all ages gathered April 23 to celebrate local volunteers.

TWO OCSO DEPUTIES DEAD, SHOOTER KILLED IN DFSA domestic violence call escalated into full-scale war that ended alongside U.S. 90.

DFS FIRE DEPARTMENT CELEBRATES TWO PROMOTIONS
Garret Miller and Jerry Hall become lieutenants at ceremony.

AMASON’S ANGLE
Ashley finally committed to writing about lack of commitment.

THE BEACH SCENE
Artist Justin Gaffrey paints and paints…because he has to!

A NEW FACE SWORN IN AT CITY HALL
Susie Campbell-Work joins ranks of DFS elected officials.

WCSB: SHOOTING LEADS TO NEW EMERGENCY PLANS
The recent murder on the NFSC campus makes school board reevaluate plans.

MOBILE IS MO’ BETTER
A tour of Alabama’s second-largest city.

SOUTH WALTON GIRLS TENNIS OFF TO STATE
This is the first South Walton High team to capture a district title.

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