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Bay County School District Accommodating More Immigrant Students

Posted: 07/29/2015 - Hundreds of Bay County students represent more than 40 countries and speak about 37 different languages. The district is one of 13 districts in the state receiving more federal dollars to help supplement education for its immigrant students.

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Two Walton County Businesses Sell Alcohol to Minors

Updated: 07/30/2015 - Walton County Sheriff's Officials say two businesses sold alcohol to minors. The sheriff's office and the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco say they conducted an under age buy operation on July 22.

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School Board Pays More for School Deputies

Updated: 07/29/2015 - A renewed contract between Bay District Schools and the Bay County Sheriff’s office will maintain the district’s resource deputies, for a price.

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Three More Arrests Connected with "Operation Mirage"

Updated: 07/29/2015 - The undercover operation in Panama City Beach lead to law enforcement arresting 16 men who deputies said tried to have sex with minors. The three recently arrested came from lingering warrants.

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Panama City Beach Traffic Sees Record Numbers This Summer

Updated: 07/29/2015 - Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport saw a record number of visitors this past June, and the increase in summer visitors has brought heavier than normal traffic to Panama City Beach.

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School Board Examines Principal Evaluation, Grants Bonuses

Posted: 07/28/2015 - Bay District School board members granted three of the district's principals $10,000 bonuses. All three of the principals work at "in-need" schools. Going forward, board members hope to clarify the policy to determine how principals will be evaluated for improving a school.

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Local Experts Provide Tips on Safe Boating

Posted: 07/28/2015 - As the search continues for two boys in South Florida, boating experts say summer is a busy time in Panama City for stranded or distressed related boating calls.

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Historic Hotel DeFuniak Goes Up for Auction

Updated: 07/29/2015 - Since the 1920's, Hotel DeFuniak has been a historic landmark in the city. Tom and Pam Hutchins have owned the hotel since 2003, and at the end of August, the property will go up for auction.

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First Female Coach Hired in NFL History

Updated: 07/28/2015 - Women are taking big strides in professional football with the announcement Monday that the Arizona Cardinals have hired the first female coach in National Football Leauge history.

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Eight Panhandle Counties Discuss BP Money

Posted: 07/27/2015 - Officials from eight counties met Monday afternoon in South Walton to talk about the best way to use their share of the BP oil spill settlement for future projects.

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Crime Rate on the Decline in Panama City

Posted: 07/27/2015 - Last year, a string of murders rocked Panama City, but the violence united the community, and so far this year the city has not seen a single murder.

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Plans to Update Sharon Sheffield Park in Works

Posted: 07/27/2015 - Hidden behind a lot full of endless trees in the middle of Lynn Haven lies a park rich with history. Sharon Sheffield Park has been around for many years and city officials say it's time for an improvement.

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