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Sep 12, 2012
CRESTVIEW — Residents who rely on Okaloosa County Transit bus service to reach services and facilities like the Crestview Public Library, the post office, North Okaloosa Medical Center, City Hall and…

Sep 12, 2012
CRESTVIEW — One Blood, Inc. and Kia Autosport of Pensacola kick off the 2012 "Drive For Life" blood drive this Friday. People who donate blood or platelets Friday at the 2400 S. Ferdon Blvd. blood ce…

Sep 12, 2012
CRESTVIEW—From relatively modest beginnings on a cold early winter night in an elegantly decorated tent in the Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce parking lot, the community’s annual chamber-sponsored…

Sep 12, 2012
CRESTVIEW — Two martial arts schools held public events on Saturday, when Gordon Martial Arts and Palmer’s ATA Taekwondo gave free demonstrations of their facilities’ offerings. Bullying 101 Th…

Sep 11, 2012
CRESTVIEW — A meeting for Crestview High School parents concerning school standards is set for 6:30-7:30 p.m. Monday at 1250 N. Ferdon Blvd. School and district administrators will share informati…

Sep 11, 2012
BAKER — More than a dozen road closures, most in north Okaloosa County, as well as several more in Walton County, occurred earlier this week as Hurricane Isaac took one more swipe at the region, this…

Sep 11, 2012
CRESTVIEW — As the world’s most successful continuing film series celebrates a half-century of entertaining audiences around the globe, the Crestview Public Library leaps on the Bond wagon with a two…

Sep 11, 2012
CRESTVIEW—Larry Williams, director of the University of Florida/IFAS Okaloosa County Extension, makes no bones about the best time of year for backyard green thumbs to be planting their gardens. As a…

Sep 11, 2012
CRESTVIEW — Motorists may soon have more room for parking. A new parking lot will be situated near the corner of Railroad Avenue and Wilson Street, across the railroad tracks from Crestview City H…

Sep 11, 2012
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Division of Emergency Management notes that September is the historical peak of hurricane season, and there is no better time than today to get a plan for your family or bus…
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