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FedEx Ground Comes to Mossy Head Industrial Park

Posted: 06/23/2015 - More jobs are coming to northern Walton County. County staff announced Tuesday that a FedEx Ground Distribution facility will be making its way to the Mossy Head Industrial Park.

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Walton Commissioners Discuss Collecting Bed Taxes North of the Bay

Posted: 06/23/2015 - Every year, millions of dollars are collected in bed taxes throughout South Walton. That money is then used by the Walton Tourist Development Council to promote the area, and keep the beaches safe and clean. But, one county commissioner wants the TDC to extend their boundaries to the entire county.

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State Attorney Investigating "Missing Money" in Walton County

Posted: 06/23/2015 - The State Attorney's office is currently investigating a case in Walton County involving some "missing money." This matter was confirmed during Tuesday's commissioner meeting by the County Attorney, Mark Davis.

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Panama City May Terminate VAC Agreement

Updated: 06/23/2015 - The Visual Arts Center has been at the marred with controversy ever since it came to light that the organization had lost its 501-C3 status in 2012. The city then began an audit on the museum, and since then we've been waiting for answers.

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Two-Year-Old Boy Drowns In Family Pool

Updated: 06/22/2015 - A terrible tragedy over the weekend, a two-year-old boy drowned in his family's pool early Saturday morning. Family and friends are mourning the loss of two-year-old Tristan Isam.

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Some Changes Coming to Bay County Charter School

Updated: 06/23/2015 - The Newpoint Bay Academy Charter School in Panama City has offered an alternative form of education in Bay County for several years. But school staff and district officials say some changes are on the horizon for the school.

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Sandestin Executive Health and Wellness Center Expands Services

Posted: 06/22/2015 - Raising the bar on health care. The Sandestin Executive Health and Wellness Center has been doing just that since the facility opened its doors more than a year ago, and their approach is simple; good old fashioned one on one patient care.

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"Panama City Beach Fun Fair" Ends Early

Posted: 06/22/2015 - Officials say Panama City Beach was an ideal location, but it just wasn't bringing in enough money. They partially blame the lack of attendance on being away from the beach.

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Animal Rights Protesters a No Show

Posted: 06/22/2015 - The protest was to show opposition to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reinstating bear hunting season. Animal Rights Foundation of Florida says securing garbage and having bear resistant trash cans are key ways to help.

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Experts Recommend Enrolling Your Children in Swimming Lessons

Posted: 06/22/2015 - Whether or not your child enjoys swimming, it's important they learn how. Experts say accidents happen, and swimming lessons can give your child the best chance to know how to handle themselves in the water.

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Whatever Happened to the Plans for Colony Club?

Updated: 06/22/2015 - Panama City Beach locals are no strangers to Back Beach Road fender benders. One high traffic area, according to the Florida Department of Transportation, the stretch between Clara Ave. and Nautilus St. And if you ask residents, many of them will tell you it stems from the single entrance and exit to Colony Club.

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Doctors Advise Ways to Beat the Summer Heat

Updated: 06/22/2015 - Sunday kicked off the official start to the summer season. And with the heat, doctors say it's good to stay cautious to prevent yourself from overheating.

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Woman Arrested in Drug Case

Updated: 06/21/2015 - Sunday officers with the Appalachee Correctional Institution (ACI) requested assistance from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in reference to a drug case. Upon Deputies arrival, they were advised that a female was present visiting an inmate and was possibly in possession of contraband.

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