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Oct 19, 2012

Guardians of the Ribbon bring pink fire truck to town (VIDEO)

CRESTVIEW — People notice when Jaime McPhilomy wheels his vehicle into town. As a volunteer with the Jacksonville chapter of the nationwide Guardians of the Ribbon, the firefighter brought “Chase,” a…

Oct 19, 2012

NOFD commissioners table chief's removal, discuss policy

CRESTVIEW — The North Okaloosa Fire Department board of commissioners on Thursday again tabled a decision to remove Fire Chief Ed Cutler. The decision came after the board discussed making changes to…

Oct 18, 2012

Crestview council releases agenda

CRESTVIEW — The city of Crestview submitted the following agenda for its next meeting at 6 p.m. Oct. 22 at City Hall.

Oct 18, 2012

Holcombe found guilty in bonus kickback scheme

PENSACOLA — Randall Holcombe, assistant director of administrative service for corrupt former Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris, was found guilty Thursday of racketeering and grand theft.

Oct 18, 2012

Wildlife refuge benefit will also aid local zoo

CRESTVIEW — Sasquatch Zoo’s animals are among beneficiaries of a wine and cheese reception Sunday afternoon on Main Street. The reception, complete with wildlife refuge “animal ambassadors,” is 2-4 p…

Oct 17, 2012

Oct. 22 lane closure at Texas and Eighth in Crestview

CRESTVIEW — On Oct. 22, the City of Crestview Utility Maintenance Department will perform utility work at the intersection of Texas Parkway and Eighth Avenue with partial lane closure.

Oct 17, 2012

Students say school cafeteria has variety

CRESTVIEW — The days of mystery meat and sodden vegetables are long gone, school cafeteria managers said, as north county schools observe the School Nutrition Association’s National School Lunch Week.

Oct 17, 2012

Eagle Scout project gives Twin Hills Park ducks a nesting place

CRESTVIEW — Duck production at Twin Hills Park may improve due to a teenager’s efforts.

Oct 17, 2012

Eglin airman killed during survival training

FORT WALTON BEACH — An Eglin airman killed Oct. 11 during a four-day water survival course will be buried Saturday in his hometown of Jackson, Mo.

Oct 17, 2012

State presses case against Holcombe

PENSACOLA — Assistant State Attorney Russ Edgar attempted to use Randall Holcombe’s words and deeds against him Wednesday to prove his case for racketeering and grand theft.
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