When the Crestview Dazzlers take the field on Friday night at Jack Foster Stadium for the Bulldogs’ home opener against Pace, it will be their first performance since Meet the Bulldogs night almost a month ago.
The performance also marks the official start to the season for the Dazzlers, who perform at all home Bulldog football and basketball games.
It hasn’t taken Zachary Bolen long to figure out what he wants to do with his life.
For a while, the Baker 15-year-old debated being a police officer or a veterinarian. A brown-eyed lady named Alexandria helped him decide on being a veterinarian.
The wait is almost over!
For more than 20 years, the Crestview Historic Preservation Board has been looking for a place in which to establish a museum devoted solely to the county seat. At long last, the historic Bush House will open Friday, Sept. 9, to share Crestview’s remarkable story.
Jody Dunn’s face lights up when he talks about Crestview High School’s Big Red Machine Marching Band.
The Big Red Machine is a fixture at Crestview football games, and Dunn, the longtime band director, has made sure to work closely throughout the years with the Bulldog football coaches to coordinate when the band plays during the game and how he and the band can help the team and fire up the spectators.
Okaloosa County 4-H had their third camp of the summer, and it was the adventure of a lifetime!
Youth ages 5-7 gathered to learn about culture, try new foods, play games from around the world and make new friends.
There’s a new place to cool off in downtown Crestview.
The splash park on North Wilson Street opened last Wednesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by city, county and community leaders from civic organizations and businesses.
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