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Photos of the Week 7/14/2011

Jul 14th, 2011 | 0

A THIRD GENERATION RODEO COWBOY, Garrett McDonald finished fifth out of the best 450 competitors from around the world at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo, which wrapped up on July 2 in Gallup, N.M. The seventh-annual event featured the top four roping teams from 47 states and three countries. (Photo courtesy of Kyle and Kim McDonald)

THE BLUE ANGELS are the world’s oldest formal aerobatic team and even today use many of the techniques and formations from their first flight in 1946. The Blues’ “season” runs from March to August. The team has performed for more than 427 million spectators worldwide since the squadron’s formation. The Angels gave a July 9 air show at Pensacola Beach. (Photo by Reid Tucker)

A PDL BATTER waits for a pitch during the Holmes County club's game with Spring Hill on Friday morning. The Spring Hill Debs (16-18 year olds) picked up a 20-1 win in four innings on July 8. (Photo by Patrick Casey)


SPECTACULAR VIEWS OF western North Carolina can be seen from Wayah Bald, one of many sights on the Appalachian Trail, a 2,175-mile long public footpath that stretches from Georgia's Springer Mountain to Maine's Mount Katahdin. (Photo by Jeffrey Powell)

ZACH GERSHKOFF, of DeFuniak Springs, a 2009 graduate of the University of Florida and Peace Corps volunteer, recently left for South Africa, where he will teach math for 27 months. (Photo by Reid Tucker)


THE DFS CITY COUNCIL faces several controversial public hearings regarding zoning and special exception requests. (Photo by Ashley Amason)

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