Crestview is not without its cultural side. A host of city-supported events, festivals and parades abound.
Active parks and rec program? Check. City-owned golf course? Check. A city museum will open in the coming weeks. There is even a community band and community choir.
A father is questioning the safety of his child at a summertime daycare operated at Bob Sikes Elementary School in Crestview.
John Leitschuck is angry that the same protocols that apply to the school apparently don’t apply to the daycare.
Crestview High School, it turns out, produces far more than competitive sports teams.
Three Crestview students just returned home from Nashville, Tenn., after earning Top 10 status at the HOSA – Future Health Professionals global competition.
Nearly 70 episodes in, and Chance Leavins still treats every episode of his CivicView podcast like it’s the premiere.
“This is our doorway to building connections,” he explained, adding that every listener is someone not just interested, but invested, in the city of Crestview.
The Richbourg School has a mission like no other in Crestview.
One of two in Okaloosa County, the Richbourg School is a K-12 program entirely for special needs students.
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