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Populations in Bay and Walton Counties Grown Since Major Hurricane Seasons

Posted: 05/28/2015 - With the 2015 hurricane season starting next week, this year will mark 10 years since the last major hurricane season in Florida. Since then, a national analysis showed the population along Florida's coastal communities has grown, especially in both Bay and Walton counties.

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Bay High Graduate Awarded Scholarship

Updated: 05/29/2015 - Take Stock in Children is a statewide scholarship program that provides assistance to students who come from disadvantaged homes and are in financial need.

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Caryville Violates FEMA Deed Restrictions

Posted: 05/28/2015 - FEMA officials say town officials were leasing land without their permission. FEMA will now review violations and determine what should be done with those properties.

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DeFuniak Springs Bomb Threat

Posted: 05/28/2015 - A DeFuniak Springs man is under arrest Thursday after allegedly saying he was going to blow up his house with police in it.

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John Curci Throws Hat In The Ring For Panama City Beach's Mayoral Race

Updated: 05/27/2015 - Several spring break ordinances unanimously passed their first reading at Tuesday night's Panama City Beach City Council meeting. The crackdown on spring break has already brought three mayoral candidates into the race, and the election is nearly a year away.

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ECP Unveils New "History Hall"

Posted: 05/27/2015 - Wednesday, the airport authority unveiled a History Hall to honor the fifth anniversary of ECP and give thanks to all the employees who contributed to aviation in Bay County.

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Butchikas Foundation for Autism Contributes to Scholarships

Updated: 05/28/2015 - The George Butchikas Foundation for Autism presented FSU Panama City's autism clinic with $40,000 for the program. The contribution is in addition to the more than $400,000 the family has already given.

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Missing Jackson County Teen Found

Updated: 05/27/2015 - UPDATE: The Jackson County Sheriff's office says Fairah Stephens returned home on May 27th and is now with her parents. The 17-year-old had been missing since April 6th.

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Visual Arts Center Faces More Controversy

Updated: 05/27/2015 - A heated argument broke out during Tuesday morning's Panama City Commission meeting. The fate of the Visual Arts Venter wasn't originally on the agenda, but it soon became the meeting's focus. The non-profit organization has been under fire since the arts community learned it lost its tax-exempt status. This may just be the beginning of a lengthy battle.

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Liberty County Businesses Banned from Serving Alcohol

Posted: 05/26/2015 - Commissioners say banning businesses from serving alcohol will help prevent drunk driving. Attorney General Pam Bondi will make the final decision on whether it can be served.

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