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Photos of the Week 10/20/2011

Oct 20th, 2011 | 0

ALLISON WICKEY, 2010 ARTIST OF THE YEAR (l) and Jennifer Steele, Cultural Arts Association executive director, were among attendees at the TDC annual meeting.

RIBBON CUTTING .The Rev. Tyrone Broadus, Shirley Guillory, Tivoli Historical Society President Eddie Williamson (center left), and John Brown turned the ribbon-cutting duties over to Mace Campbell (center right), the oldest living Tivoli High graduate. The Tivoli Historical Museum held its grand opening on Oct. 15. (Photo courtesy of Marsha McLendon)

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS POLICE detective Bart Smith addressed the City Council at a special meeting held Wednesday, Oct. 12 to discuss the progress of prospective incoming City Manager Mike Standley’s background check. The meeting preceded prospective incoming Standley’s withdrawal from consideration for the position the following day. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

ANOTHER PERFECT CAST. Dozens of boaters and fishermen took advantage of this weekend's beautiful weather, including this young angler. He was fishing at the Bayfield Park next to U.S. 331. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

WHERE IN THE HERALD are Art and Marty Dees of WZEP? This was taken on a recent trip to Tennessee, which included a stop at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn.

THE SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL student body choose Dylan Asbury and Jessica Harrison as this year's Homecoming King and Queen. The couple received their honor at Friday's homecoming game against Graceville. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

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