Updated: 9:14 AM Walton County leaders, in collaboration with leaders from Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties, and Eglin Air Force Base, are hosting a public meeting on Monday, June 1 to discuss compatible community growth and encroachment issues relating to Eglin Air Force Base.
Posted: 4:37 PM Walton’s first Youth Leadership Walton class of 19 South Walton High School students were honored and graduated along with the Chamber’s Leadership Walton participants on Tuesday, May 19th, at a ceremony held in the Magnolia Ballroom in Bay Town.
Updated: 2:20 PM When people think about shipping products and goods these days, they usually think about ships or trucks. But lately companies are turning to an older method of transportation, because it's still reliable and cost effective. NewsChannel 7’s Nicole Morten explains in her Weekly Segment: “Nicole Wants to Know.”
Updated: 7:33 PM At birth, a majority of us are not handed what most would consider a perfect life, and it’s ultimately what we do with what we've been handed that determines our destiny. Imagine being able to excel in life despite having a severe learning disability.
Updated: 2:21 PM Its that time of year again- local beekeepers are getting ready for the sweet success of honey season. In Thursday’s "Nicole Wants to Know" segment, NewsChannel 7’s Nicole Morten shows us a local bee keeper's passion for honey.
Posted: 4:05 PM The J. R. Arnold FFA Chapter will have a plant sale on Friday, May 15th and Saturday, May 16th at the Arnold High School Greenhouse. The plants being sold were grown by the AHS AgriScience students. The end of the year prices will be well below the retail market prices. There are several varieties of ornamentals.
Updated: 11:00 AM They are the people who get called to the scene when an accident occurs. Yet we seldom see what really happens when they're flying high. NewsChannel 7's Nicole Morten gives us more details in her weekly segment 'Nicole Wants to Know.'
Updated: 3:00 PM Saturday afternoon was day four and the last day for the Gulf Coast Charity Horse Show and Music Festival. The competition began at 5:30 Saturday evening and ran for about three-and-a-half-hours.
Updated: 10:12 PM Hundreds of Catholics from parishes and missions all around the panhandle---including Franklin, gulf, Calhoun, Washington, Jackson, liberty and Gadsden Counties---came together Saturday morning at St. Dominic's in Panama City.
Posted: 8:24 AM As part of Prevent Child Abuse Florida’s Winds of Change campaign, Early Education and Care’s Head Start Policy Council is hosting a mini-conference to educate parents on healthy child development practices.
Updated: 2:41 PM With more rain in the forecast for this week and the rising Choctawhatchee River, the American Red Cross urges residents to practice safe measures before, during and after heavy rainfall and the flooding that can accompany a storm.
Updated: 11:30 AM Officials over at Tyndall Air Force would like to clarify rumors of the Gulf Coast Salute Air Show being cancelled this weekend due to inclement weather. Captain Elaine Honeycutt says the 325 FW commander has notmade any announcement of any cancellations.
- Panama City - Sports camps are a favorite summer activity for thousands of kids across Northwest Florida, now drama camps are gaining popularity locally. Two dozen elementary and middle school students are busy putting the finishing touches on their presentation of "The Little Mermaid Jr."
- Panama City - It's certainly the opportunity of a lifetime! Sixteen-year-old Bailey Reese, of Niceville, carried the Olympic torch through Bisham Abbey in England Tuesday morning.
- Panama City - School doesn't start for another several weeks, but a Panama City Rescue Mission program that helps students in need get ready for the new year is already busy getting families signed up. New this year, "Klothes for Kids" is doing on-site registration at places like Girls Inc. and the Boys and Girls Club. That makes it even easier for families to get the help they need.
- Panama City - Alzheimers. By age 85, 30% to 50% of adults show signs of the disease. For family caregivers, dealing with Alzheimer's effects on their loved one can be heartbreaking and stressful. That's why a local in-home senior care provider is spreading the word about a new, and free resource for families. The online training module is called "CARE: Changing Aging Through Research and Education." It helps families better understand the disease and how to cope with it, as well as offer tips on how to care for the 60% to 70% of Alzheimer's patients still living at home.