ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL SUNSET could be seen from the Bayfill park near U.S. 331 south of Freeport on Friday, Feb. 18. Low humidity and clear skies made the sunsets especially beautiful this past week. (Photo by Norma Rediker)
PANAMERICAN CONSULTANTS SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST Greg Mikell examines a piece of broken glass found near the Eucheeanna community. Mikell states he is seeking support and funding to document several settlements in the area through "assimilation of historic documents and records, recorded folklore, informant interviews and archaeological investigation." Among those communities on the list are Eucheeanna, Knox Hill, Mossy Bend, Alaqua, LaGrange City, Alaqua Blockhouse (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)
THE TALLEST WATERFALL in Florida pours its stream into a sinkhole. Just off Hwy. 79 South in Chipley, signs direct nature lovers to Falling Waters State Park. Open 365 days per year and $5 per car to enter, the park is a steal and the perfect place to hike, nature watch, picnic and play.
KEEPING TIME ONCE MORE IS THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK CLOCK at the corner of Baldwin Avenue and 7th Street in DeFuniak Springs.
A LARGER THAN EXPECTED CROWD TURNED OUT last Saturday for the dedication of the First National Bank Clock in DeFuniak Springs.
MICHAEL GRAZIANI was Freeport’s top scorer in the contest against Holmes County, which ended with a 79-53 victory for the Blue Devils. He accounted for 22 points of the Bulldogs’ 53. He averaged 19 points per game during his final season on Freeport’s varsity hoops team. (Photo by Reid Tucker)
HILLARY HARPER OF PONCE DE LEON took the ball to the basket on several occasions during the regional semifinal contest against Graceville, which ended with a 52-48 win for the Tigers. Harper wrapped up her high school career with 1,169 points scored. (Photo by Reid Tucker)