Khrysti Jenkins has seen an incredible outpouring of support in Crestview and beyond since her son went missing on May 6.
Aiden Howey, who is a 14-year-old with autism, has a tendency to wander away from his home, and from May 6 to May 7, he was missing for 22 hours.
On any given weekend a group of Crestview High School students can be found on a lake somewhere in Florida trying to measure up against some of the best young anglers in the state.
Ayden Paxton has been fishing since he was 12 years old and soon the 2022 Crestview High School graduate will be taking his fishing skills to Webber International University in Babson Park where he will be a member of the Warrior fishing team.
Hospital Week took place May 9 to May 13.
North Okaloosa Medical Center showed their support to their employees through a variety of events and activities held throughout the week, including a Carnival Day held on Tuesday May 10, Sweet Treats Day, breakfast, and gift bags.
Misty and Tim Greeley were showing their creations at the Crestview Arts and Craft Show last weekend.
Their creations, moguls and wind chimes, made from seashells are a thing of beauty.
Every craft imaginable from fudge to T-shirts and moguls were on display in downtown Crestview at the Arts and Crafts show Saturday.
Vendors and craftsmen from across the area were on hand to sell their goods and share ideas about crafting.
Three times a year, Milton hosts a gun show.
Rather, Billy Rogers hosts a gun show at the Santa Rosa County Auditorium sponsored by his business, Rogers Dozer Service. The next of which will be June 4 and 5.
As the days grow longer and warmer strawberry picking season will soon be over at local strawberry farms.
But for now, business is booming as strawberry lovers young and old make their way to the fields to pick some red berry deliciousness.
The problem of substance abuse and addiction is as old as mankind.
For thousands of years humans have sought a way to ease the physical and mental pain associated with life. Others aren’t seeking pain relief but simply a quick “feel good” fix.
Only in its first year, the Crestview High School robotics team is quickly establishing itself as a force to be reckoned with.
Earlier this spring FRC #8788 Special Forces Ballistabots, as the team is known, was named the top rookie team in the Tallahassee region and earned a trip to the world competition in Houston that was held April 18-22.
Mike Landry made the little more than 500-mile trip from Knoxville, Tenn., to Crestview to be a German Captain in battle reenactments at Hail the Heroes at Twin Hills Park over the weekend.
Landry, a 1993 graduate of the University of Tennessee Haslam College of Business, has an important reason for participating.
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