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Photos of the Week 12/1/2011

Dec 1st, 2011 | 0

FREEPORT'S MARY KATE MYRICK ran into foul trouble early in the game against South Walton and did not see much action in the middle quarters. She netted four straight shots from the stripe in the fourth quarter, and scored seven points overall, but she fouled out shortly before the end of the game. South Walton’s girls hoops team broke its early-season .500 record by posting an impressive 51-23 victory over perennial north-of-the-bay rival Freeport. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


PROPERTY AT the southwestern corner of the Chat Holley Road/U.S. 331 intersection, near the south end of the Clyde Wells Bridge, purchased by Walton County in October 2010, has been the subject of controversy in recent months, including a lawsuit filed against the Walton County Board of County Commissioners on Nov. 21. (Photo by Dotty Nist)


U.S. 331 MOTORISTS are now welcomed to south Walton County by a message on a Regional Utilities ground storage water tank bearing the new South Walton Tourist Development Council logo and tagline inviting visitors to find their "perfect beach." (Photo by Dotty Nist)


HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS, though Rudolph stayed home with the elves. Hometown Christmas returned to DeFuniak Springs this past weekend. (Photo by Ashley Amason).


WALTON COUNTY SHERIFF Mike Adkinson presents a $15,000 check to Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center. The funds came from seized criminal assets. Pictured here are Lisa Cotton (l), Adkinson, and ECCAC CEO Julie Hurst.

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