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The candidate field for this year’s local elections is set and includes contenders seeking four-year terms on the Crestview City Council, Okaloosa County Commission and county School Board, as well as a four-year term as the county sheriff.

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On Dec. 17, at least two, and possibly a total of three, new members of the five-member Okaloosa County Commission will cast votes on whether to adopt the final version of the North Okaloosa Planning Study report.
The Florida Department of Transportation does not have an estimated timeline on when the final layer of asphalt will be added to the left-hand turn lane for northbound State Road 85 motorists going to the Crestview Commons, FDOT District 3 spokesman Ian Satter said today.
The revised design of a mural for the back side of Crestview’s archway sign on North Main Street received the city Community Redevelopment Agency Board’s approval on Monday.
A decision by the Crestview City Council on Monday will lead to more affordable housing in the Hub City and more money in the city’s coffers.
The city of Crestview’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new splash pad at Twin Hills Children’s Park, 100 N. Hathaway St., is set for 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 26.

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Connor Williams is a man on the move. Williams, who turns 26 on June 15 is now the former Crestview Lady Bulldogs basketball coach. He officially starts his new job June 16 as an assistant women’s basketball coach and recruiting coordinator at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kent.
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Visitors to the Dairy Acres of Baker U-pick blueberry patch have plucked about 5,000 pounds of berries since it opened for the season in late May, says Grant Kampa.

At 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, Crestview Mayor J.B. Whitten plans to give an opinion presentation on the “Most Controversial Supreme Court Decision Ever” at the Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive.
The North Okaloosa Medical Center’s approximately $15 million ER expansion project could be completed in late 2025.
At 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, Crestview Mayor J.B. Whitten plans to give an opinion presentation on the “Most Controversial Supreme Court Decision Ever” at the Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive.
The North Okaloosa Medical Center’s approximately $15 million ER expansion project could be completed in late 2025.

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