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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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Mosquito Control Districts Survey for Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

Updated: 07/27/2015 - Last week there was a lot of buzz after a woman in Walton County tested positive for the West Nile virus. West Nile is the most common mosquito-borne illness and mosquito control districts across the Panhandle continue to spray in order to fight the bite.

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Javier's Mexican Grill Denied Alcohol Variance

Updated: 07/28/2015 - Javier's Mexican Grill in Chipley won't be serving alcohol anytime soon. The Chipley Planning and Zoning Commission denied the restaurant a variance to sell alcohol.

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Search Continues For Two Teens at Sea

Updated: 07/27/2015 - Two families in Florida are praying for a safe return after two 14-year-old boys disappeared Friday afternoon after boarding their small fishing boat in Jupiter.

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Summertime Learning: Community STEM Camp

Updated: 07/27/2015 - The Bay District School system strives to expose students to STEM programming. That's one reason why the Bay High School family of schools held its first-ever summer STEM camp this month.

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Okaloosa County Sheriff Discusses Departments Budget

Posted: 07/26/2015 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office has experienced budget cuts the past few years. Sheriff Larry Ashley says an increase to their budget will not only keep his deputies safe, but also the community.

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Volunteers Excavate Sea Turtle Nests Throughout Nesting Season

Posted: 07/25/2015 - Despite some evening rain, volunteers with Panama City Beach Turtle Watch still made their way to the water Saturday. They excavated a loggerhead sea turtle nest just behind Sunrise Beach Condominiums off of Front Beach Road.

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Summer Block Party Brings Community Together

Updated: 07/25/2015 - It is a way to celebrate summer in the Panama City community. Hundreds of locals gathered at the Martin Luther King Recreational Center Saturday for a block party.

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Budgeting Workshop Benefits Beach Care Services

Posted: 07/25/2015 - A local financial coach partnered up with Beach Care Services to provide a one-day financial workshop on budgeting at the FSU Panama City campus Saturday.

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