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Stories by Tony Judnich

Stories by Tony Judnich

June 14, 2024
The candidate field for this year’s local elections is set and includes contenders seeking four-year terms on the Crestview City Council, Okaloosa County Commission and county School Board, as well as a four-year term as the county sheriff.
June 13, 2024
A sign on one of the front windows of the Crestview Pharmacy reads, “Y’all come back.”
June 12, 2024
On Dec. 17, at least two, and possibly a total of three, new members of the five-member Okaloosa County Commission will cast votes on whether to adopt the final version of the North Okaloosa Planning Study report.
June 11, 2024
The Florida Department of Transportation does not have an estimated timeline on when the final layer of asphalt will be added to the left-hand turn lane for northbound State Road 85 motorists going to the Crestview Commons, FDOT District 3 spokesman Ian Satter said today.
June 11, 2024
The revised design of a mural for the back side of Crestview’s archway sign on North Main Street received the city Community Redevelopment Agency Board’s approval on Monday.
June 11, 2024
A decision by the Crestview City Council on Monday will lead to more affordable housing in the Hub City and more money in the city’s coffers.
June 10, 2024
Florida voters in the Nov. 5 general election will be asked to decide whether to approve Amendment 1, which would make school board elections partisan by including political party labels, such as Democrat and Republican, on the ballot next to a candidate’s name.
June 7, 2024
Laurel Hill resident Travis Dewrell said the fire that recently destroyed his mother’s log cabin house was intentionally set, and that whoever caused it first stole cash, jewelry and guns from her safe.
June 6, 2024
According to a startling finding from the planning firm conducting the North Okaloosa Planning Study, the county’s existing future land use and zoning rules for the study area “provide for 129,535 dwelling units, supporting a population of 351,039 residents” by 2050.
June 5, 2024
Okaloosa County’s “SR 85 Crestview Evening Relief project,” which aims to increase vehicle capacity on an often-clogged stretch of State Road 85, is a small but vital piece of a much larger planned highway-widening initiative.
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