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June 26, 2024
It has been said if you give a man a fish you feed him for a day, but if you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime.

It also could be said, that if you teach a kid to fish, you provide a lifetime of outdoor recreation and fun.

June 3, 2024
Visitors to the Dairy Acres of Baker U-pick blueberry patch have plucked about 5,000 pounds of berries since it opened for the season in late May, says Grant Kampa.
May 8, 2024
At 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, Crestview Mayor J.B. Whitten plans to give an opinion presentation on the “Most Controversial Supreme Court Decision Ever” at the Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive.
May 7, 2024
The North Okaloosa Medical Center’s approximately $15 million ER expansion project could be completed in late 2025.
May 2, 2024
More Crestview senior citizens should come and enjoy free meals and the chance to socialize with others at Crestview Manor, says Kim Fraley, executive director of the nonprofit Elder Services of Okaloosa County.
April 30, 2024
The new Crestview Resource Center “is not just a church function,” Hub City Mayor J.B. Whitten told more than 60 community members today at the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the facility’s grand opening.
April 25, 2024
For more than three decades, Baker’s Old Spanish Trail Rodeo has been a hit with cowboys and cowgirls as well as the fans.

Held annually the second weekend in April, and hosted by the Baker Area Recreation Association, this year’s rodeo was April 12-14 at its home in the Barnhill Arena.

April 5, 2024
The Baker Block Museum’s annual Baker Arts Festival returns to Heritage Park from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 20. This will be the third year for the spring event, which has free admission.
April 2, 2024
Okaloosa County officials will administer a recently awarded state grant that will pay for the construction of sidewalks near Laurel Hill School.
April 1, 2024
Two couples from Crestview recently returned from a mission trip in Uganda.

Cliff and Connie Morgan along with Joe and Connie O’Neill spent two weeks in the east African nation helping Breaking Ground Missions share the good news of Christ. The Morgans attend Live Oak Baptist Church and the O’Neills are members at Crosspoint North.

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