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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 2006
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    Section A: Main: Viewpoint and Commentary
        page A 4
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
        page A 6
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        page A 9
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    Section A: Main: Business Directory
        page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
    Section B: Sports: Nascar Insider
        page B 2
    Section B continued
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    Section B: Classifieds
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WEATHER ............. 2A
EDITORIAL .............4A
BLOTTER ...............6A
COMMUNITY .......... 10A
OBITUARIES ...........10A
SPORTS .............. B.1
NASCAR .............. 2B
LEGALS ................. 8B
CLASSIFIED .......9B-12B


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John Rocker stops signing autographs long enough to pose for a pip-
ture with Shea Griffith, 17, a Baker School student. Rocker spoke at
the Crestview Rotary Club's wild game dinner on Friday night at the
Gum Creek Lodge in Baker.


her's wild game


Ex-Braves pitcher talks business,
politics and major book deal at the
Crestview Rotary Club's charity wild
game feast on Friday night.
Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
BAKER All five Okaloosa County
Commissioners, numerous city officials and a venera-
ble who's who of trustees of local commerce gathered
under one roof at the Gum Creek Lodge in Baker on
Friday for two things: a banquet feast of diverse wild
game and John Rocker.
The 31-year-old ex-Atlanta Bravres pitcher spoke
while the crowd finished various pheasant concoc-
tions, steamy stews and cold beverages.
Rocker, who pitched in Major League Baseball from
1998 to 2003, plans to develop 63 vacant acres north of
U,S. Highway 90 in west Crestview.
His Southern Boys Investment Group, which he


shares with other professional sports notables, will
develop three separate tracts of land, adding afford-
able townhouses in the low $200,000 price range to the
acreage off Highway 90.
His business partners are Keith Brooking, a middle
linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons; Doug Johnson, a
former quarterback with the Falcons; Chris Mohr, a
punter for the Falcons; and Ray Cox, a Dothan resi-
dent and the managing partner for the investment
group.
The 6-foot-4-inch, 225-pound brawny builder talked
about his plans to add an aesthetically pleasing devel-
opment that would be attractive to longtime residents
who might have an impregnable resistance to change.
"We don't want to build something that we want,"
Rocker said. "We want to build something you want -
something that you guys can be proud of, you can
drive by; it will be aesthetically pleasing as well as
pleasing to live in. That right now is probably my
biggest passion."
As he talked to the crowd in an amicable, conversa-
See ROCKER, page 5A


Blaze destroys home

Kim Day who owned the
home at 535 Long St. in
Crestview, was at a basketball ,.
game at the time of the fire.
Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
While Crestview firefighters rushed
to engage a house fire at 535 Long St.
Friday night, home owner Kim Day
was just getting comfortable in her seat
at the CHS gymnasium to watch her
son Chase engage Fort Walton Beach in L
a district play-off basketball game.
As her son took to the court around
7:20 p.m., firefighters were taking axes
and making entry into the now fully
engulfed home.
"The game was just getting started
when I saw Nicky Myers, (Crestview
Slice Officer) start walking up the
bleacher steps," said Day. "I could tell
he was intently looking for someone.
Then I saw him say my name. I mean I
couldn't hear him but I read his lips.
Then someone pointed in my direction
and our eyes met. He signaled me to
come with him."
Day thought at first that it might be
something about her older son. "All I
could think was Oh God he's been in a
wreck or something."
Myers escorted her out of the gym
and told her that her home was on fire.
He then drove her to her home.
"By the time I got there most of the
fire was out," said Day. 'I just could not
believe what I was looking at. It's hard
when you see everything you worked a
lifetime for gone."- ,., '-
A preliminary investigation by the : "'-
state fire marshal determined that the "B
fire had started in the attic area around
the kitchen.
Around 10 p.m. with the fire com-
pletely extinguished, Day was allowed
to go into the home to assess the dam- Ken N.esen'Tnhe News Bulletin
age and loss. Kim Day and her son Chase stand in the charred remains of what used to be the kitchen of their
home. Chase clings to their nine-year-old cat Sadie, who was in the house at the time of the fire. Kim
See BLAZE, page 2A and Chase were at CHS for a Bulldog district playoff game when the blaze occurred.


Baker School

2nd graders

say 'Thanks'

January twister stirs
up heartfelt appreciation
from youngsters.
Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
BAKER When the
January tornado swept through
Baker School on a most
unlucky Friday the 13th, the
ministers in the small commu-
nity put works to their faith.
After the twister bullied its
way through the school, it
picked up and left. Local
members of the Baker Area
Ministerial Association quick-
ly swooped in and tended to
the emotional, physical and
spiritual needs of the students.
Cathy Grandstaff's second
grade class was seriously
impacted by the twister when
the classroom roof fell in. Her
students have shown their
appreciation to the ministerial
association by writing letters
of thanks.
Pastor in action
Cliff Morgan, the pastor of
First Baptist Church of Baker,
vividly remembers the
destructive twister that made
nationwide headlines.
Morgan was lost in thought
in his study at the church
offices when he heard the
twister crash on the surface of
the school's football field. The
church is just across the street
from the stadium.
He looked out his window
and saw the raging twister lift
the roof off a concession stand,
ripping it like paper in one
quick movement.
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Relay for Life

Karen and Luke
Philpott erect 3 '
one of six ther-
mometers that "'
will display the .
current level of ".- i
donations col-
lected.during the
2006 Relay for
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Crestview firefighters get new digs
Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
After years of wearing blue, the .
Crestview Fire Department is donning
some new colors.
Firefighters got together and request-
ed that red be the new uniform color.
The t-shirts and polos have the fire
department's crest on the front and
"Fire" in large yellow letters on the back.
"All of the other departments that we
work closely with wear blue," said fire
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The home of Kim Day at 535 Long St. in Crestview was destroyed by fire Friday night.


BLAZE, from page 1A


"Coach Humphries and
Coach Gillis brought the'
entire basketball and base-
ball teams over to help that
night," said Day. "It was
incredible. There must have
been 60 students, along with
their parents, here."
Day said that they worked
until nearly mid-night mov-
ing furniture and other items
out of the home, separating
the lost items from the sal-
vageable.
This is not the first chal-
lenge that Day has had to
face in the past 12 months.


Her husband David passed
away one year ago last week,
and now the fire.
Her pastor Mark Seagle
came by to give some spiritu-
al encouragement. He said
that Kim is one of the
strongest ; Jividuals he has
ever met.
"I think in this world it's
not a matter of whether diffi-
cult things are going to come
into our lives, they are. The
thing that matters most is
our response to those things
when they come," said
Siegle.


"Kim just has an amazing
capacity to keep her eyes
focused on the big picture,
and even a more amazing
ability to realize that in the
midst of difficult times she
can keep her eyes fixed on
Jesus."
Day and her son are stay-
ing with her parents for the
time being.
Total property and con-
tents loss is estimated to be
more than $300,000.
Dorcas, Baker, and North
Okaloosa Fire Departments
also responded to the fire.


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How can you make a mistake like that?


Some mistakes are just
unacceptable.
Like the gaffe we had in
this past Saturday's edition
of the News Bulletin.
I was well aware of the
blunder by early Saturday
morning when just about
everyone I saw asked me
what had happened.
For all of the people that
read our front page article
with the headline, "FDLE
sets up local command," we
left more questions than
answers. That's because the
continuation of the story
that was supposed to go on
Page 5 was nowhere to be
found.
It was simply omitted
and made us look pretty
silly.
. You better believe, as the
editor, I am taking serious
measures and looking to
stop such mistakes from
happening in the future.
How could somebody be
so doggone foolish not to


Steve
A.ndrews


put the entire story in the
newspaper? The one thing
you want to avoid in this
business is throwing your
readers a curveball. But one
genius on our staff really.
took matters into his own
hands and left the majority
of our 25,000 readers asking,
"What the .....?"
Granted, publishing a
newspaper is similar to pub-
lishing a book, just in a big-
ger form. We essentially
publish two books a week,
including on average, 40,000
words of copy and 100 pho-
tos and advertisements.
. But we are professionals


here and mistakes are not in
our job descriptions. And if
we make a mistake, 50,000
eyeballs see it.
A restaurant screws up
. your meal, only you really
know about it. Your bank
makes an error to your
account, only you really
know about it. The mechanic
forgets a spark plug or two,
only you really know about
it.
But, us?
We fall down, everybody
knows about it. It's right
there in black and white.
Errors like we had
Saturday can really sting. I
was sick to the stomach all
weekend over the mishap,
and I continued to remind
the culprit of his unaccept-
able performance.
This is a close-knit staff
and we should not point fin-
gers, but I think a bone-head
that makes a mistake like
that should stand up and be
held accountable.


Sure, we are smaller than
the average newspaper staff
and we are now competing
in a rapidly expanding mar-
ket, but you must earn your
keep. We don'tget paid for
goof-ups.
I've lain awake the past
few nights wondering how
someone could make such
an oversight. What the heck
was he thinking?
Well, in fairness to the
other members of our staff
who didn't make the mis-
take, I feel it is my obliga-
tion to reveal who the guilty
party really is.
I don't like having to
throw blame around, but in
this case, it's well deserved.
Matter of fact, I've decided
to run the bozo's picture at
the top of this column:
The lesson learned? After
38 years, I am still human.
Steve Andrews is the managing
editor for the News Bulletin. You
may reach him at 682-6524 or at
razorbaque@yahoo.com.


FDLE sets up local command


EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to
a production error, the
following article ran
partially in this past
Saturday's edition of the
News Bulletin. This is the
article in its entirety.

The Crestview
Police Department's
investigative efforts
have increase with the
addition of the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement's mobile
command center.
Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
As authorities continue to
delve deeper into the local
unsolved murder mystery,
the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement has added
V' mobile c6mmafntt&Ihter to 1
the police department's
investigative arsenal.- ..
On Thursday, the FDLE
brought its new mobile com-
mand trailer to the police
department, nestling it next
to the investigators' offices.
Last week, the police
depart -
m e n t
brought on
two FDLE
investiga-
tors, spe-
cial agents
Velma
Springs,
HOWARD and Kenny
Pinkard.
The 20-foot glistening sil-
ver and gold Wells Cargo
trailer was wired for electric-
ity and is online with the
police department's comput-
er mainframe. It will serve as
a communications center for
the FDLE investigators aid-
ing in the case.


Ken NIelsen/The News Bulletin
Mike Fleming (standing) and Brandon Bolton, two city maintenance workers wire the
FDLE's mobile command center for electricity. The FDLE investigators use the trailer as an
"offiWhel'wifi tf'ey" i access ithe'cbiminia justice netwbfk;'a'tOp--ecretlaw:enforcet"7
ment database witth iinforiation pertaining to the Melissa Lynn Howard murder case.


"We're using all of the
resources available to us,"
said Investigator John Cook
with the police department.
"This is going to be a substa-
tion for them, so they can set
up their computers.
"They've got a lot of
equipment; essentially, it's
their portable office."
Karen Mason, the spokes-
woman for the FDLE,
explained why the police
department is ground zero
for the mobile crime lab.
"We send that over when
space is limited," she
explained. "It allows us to
stay close to the investigators
we're working with."
Mason went on to explain
that the mobile unit contains
computers for data process-
ing, which allow the investi-
gators to log on to the
Criminal Justice Network, a


law enforcement database
containing a virtual vault of
information used to track
leads and work on locating
persons of interest.
Melissa Lynn Howard, a
33-year-old surgical nurse
and mother of four, was mur-
dered in her Tiffot Court
home adjacent to Valley
Road on Jan. 6.
As the investigation
,becomes more complex, the
team of investigators and
organizations involved has
increased.
Two weeks after the mur-
der, the police department
asked for help from the state
attorney's office. Two to
three of its investigators have
been assisting since.
The FDLE has been
involved in the investigation
in some capacity since
Howard was murdered.


. Early on, forensic investi-
gators aided the police in
gathering evidence from the
crime scene. At the dawn of
the investigation, police sub-
mitted evidence to the
FDLE's regional crime lab-in
Pensacola for examinination.
Police officials won't say
what items were submitted,
and it is unclear when.they
will receive results from:the
lab.
In the past, Mason has said'
that murder cases become a
high priority on the lab's to
do list, but she will not spec-
ulate as to how long it could
take for the lab to return the
results of the evidence.
Though the forensic evi-
dence is important, the case
does not hinge on its return.
In the past, Cook has said
that it is just one aspect of the
murder case.


City gets new information about 19 acres of land


Cal Zethmayr
News Bulletin Correspondent

The Crestview City
Council was informed at
their regular meeting
Monday night that the
almost 19 acres they own at
the comer of Covell Road
and Brookmeade Drive is
worth $2,800,000.
City Clerk Janice Young
told the council members,
"Several months ago the
council directed me to adver-
tise for an appraisal for the
clay borrow pit which is
located behind the hospital.


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We entertained Mr.
Humphrey and Associates
out of Ft. Walton Beach and
they did perform that
appraisal. We received the
report back week before last
and the appraisal came in at
two million eight hundred
thousand dollars."
The council members then
directed the City Clerk to
send a letter to the Okaloosa
County School board advis-
ing them of the appraised
value of this piece of land.
The School Board 'had
appeared before the City
Council several months ago


asking that the city trade
them the land on
Brookmeade for the Carver
School property so that a
new elementary school could
be built on the Brookmeade
site.
Council President Ellis
Conner said that the purpose
of the letter would be to noti-
fy the school board that the
city had received the
appraisal of the property and
if they wish to consider that
in their siting, of a school to
get in touch with the
Council.
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asked that the letter give the
school board 30 days to
respond.
In other business Monday
night the Council approved
an agreement between the
cities and Okaloosa County
relating to a proposed one
cent retail sales tax increase.
The cities through their
Okaloosa League of Cities
have agreed to support hold-
ing the vote during the Sept.
5 primary election, the sale
tax would be in force for five
years, and the revenue
would be divided 58.5 per-
cent to the County and 41.5
percent to the Cities.
The revenue is to be used
only for roads and storm
water work. The City of
Crestview has decided that if
the voters approve the addi-
tional tax this fall all of the
revenue it receives will be
spent on repairing and build-
ing roads in Crestview.

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The Miller Report
Early this
month House
Republicans
elected a new
Majority Leader
to reunite the
tg party and refo-
Jedencus on an agen-
da set for the
o a American peo
pie.
I supported
Congressman
Jeff Miller John Shadegg in
the GOP leader-
saip election; unfortunately howev-
er, he did not receive enough votes
to make the second ballot.
Congressman Shadegg is a man of
integrity with strong conservative
credentials. He made a commitment
to "adhere to an aggressive
Republican agenda and focus on
substantive reforms." I believe
Shadegg was the best candidate in
the race, a candidate who would go
above and beyond reforming the
"inside the beltway," business as
usual mindset.
SOn the second ballot I supported
Congressman John Boehner, our
new Majority Leader. Leader
Boehner has a long standing history
of leadership within the Congress.
As a former Republican Conference
-Chairman, Education and the
Workforce Committee Chairman,
and long-time serving Member, he
will use his knowledge and skills to
lead the Party forward on an aggres-.
sive agenda focused on the needs of
the American people.
I believe Majority Leader Boehner'
will help restore the faith that has
been lost in the Republican Party, as
I am well aware that Republican
polling numbers are at an all time
low. According,to a NBC/Wall
Street Journal Poll, in 1995, when
asked which party better handles
the issue of the deficit, the public
chose. Republicans 50 percent to 34
percent, a 16 percent advantage.
When 'asked this same question in
2005, Americans chose Democrats 47
percent to 29 percent, an 18 percent
GOP disadvantage. Slowly, but
A sately thieveilldehangt Thidpe t av
-.wekend,..H.a .Rep.vblicans gath-
ered on a retreat to discuss and lay
out a roadmap of how we want to
lead America into the future.
Like you, I am tired of the "belt-
way" mindset. Americans know
that the government doesn't have
unlimited funds and that every time
we.go over our budget we pass
alohg a heavy tax burden to our
children and grandchildren. Why
don't Members of Congress get it?
If the federal government were to
budget similar to how you or I
would budget, America would not
Jfave its obscene deficit. It is my
moral obligation- to you, our chil-
d.reh, and grandchildren- to derail
..this current fiscal calamity.
A' As we move forward in the sec-
- ond session of the 109th Congress,
the Republican Majority needs to act
upon a founding principle that their
constituents elected them on-fiscal
'constraint. Congress needs to pass
comprehensive budget reform,
including earmark reform, joint
budget resolutions, rainy day funds
to prevent supplementals, sunset-
ting provisions, and spending caps.
This leadership change is a fresh
start to refocus, regroup, and
address the issues affecting our
homeland. The American people
deserve better and there is no better
time to start than now.


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Rick Hord
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office

One repair garage advertises an automotive tune-
up for $29, and a different shop promotes a $99 tune-
up. Is the more expensive job a ripoff? Not necessari-
ly, explained a mechanic friend several years ago.
"There is no single definition of what is a tune-up," .
he said. "Some places just replace the spark plugs and
call it a tune-up."
As with tune-ups, not all background checks are
created equal.
Some people visit the Sheriff's Office, look for
arrest reports, and believe they've accomplished a
background check. Like the $29 tune-up, this "back-
ground check" accomplishes little. Sheriff's records
will only show Sheriff's activity; if that's your "back-
ground check," you've overlooked any arrests made
by city and state agencies.
A far better way to check for local arrests is
through the Clerk of Courts, which maintains records
of all cases prosecuted in the county, regardless of
which agency made the arrest. Visiting the clerk's
office can also uncover civil lawsuits, marriages and
divorces, traffic citations, and many .other public
records. Unfortunately, you'd have to check 67 Clerk's
Offices to cover Florida... and you'd still have 49
states to go for a nationwide background check.
What can you do to check out a prospective
babysitter, employee, or volunteer? Here are some
suggestions:
While it might not be feasible to check 67 Clerks, it
is a good idea to check your county and neighboring
counties, which can often be done free of charge via


Florida Governors Reunmon


On March 27, 2006, begin-
ning at 9:30 a.m. the Lou Frey
S Institute of Politics and
Government at UCF will.hold
its seventh Semi-Annual sym-
posium titled "A Day with the
Florida Governors." Previous
symposiums have included
"Church and State: Blurring the
Line?"; "Homeland Security or
Police State?"; "Money and
Politics: Are Elections for
Sale?"; "The S and the UN:
Building Block or Stumbling
Lou Frey Block for American Foreign
Policy?"; "Watergate: A 30 year
Retrospective"; and "The Space Ptogtaffi~Past and
Future".
The upcoming program will be truly unique as ",
the current and all living former Florida governors
have agreed to participate. The first speaker will be
the incumbent governor John Ellis "Jeb" Bush. Each
50-minute panel starts on the half hour and will fea-
ture a governor and a discussant to talk about their
administration. In the evening, all the governors
have been invited to participate in a round table
discussion beginning at 7:00 p.m., which should be
incredibly interesting, informative and entertaining.
In 1966, voters elected Claude Roy Kirk as the
first Republican governor of Florida in close to 100
years. The incumbent governor Hayden Burns was
defeated in the primary by the mayor of Miami
Robert King High. In those days, there was a deep
wedge between South Florida and the rest of the
state. Many conservative and moderate Democrats
did not want an
alleged liberal from Miami as the Governor and
so flocked to Governor Kirk and it was really no
surprise when he won. I was active with the
Republican Party and had been involved in get-
ting Kirk the nomination.
I was appointed by Kirk to be general counsel of
the Florida State Turnpike Authority and had a
chance to see what it was like for the first
Republican Governor to deal with a legislature con-
trolled by the Democrats.
Reubih O'Donovon Askew was elected in 1970.
for the first of-two terms.
He wasn't the favorite in the race but in those
days Florida had a two primary system. If no one
got 50% of the votes in the first primary the top two
vote getters would have a run-off. Askew surprised
many by his finish in the first pri-
mary, won the second primary
bulletin and had a relatively easy general
election. Askew revamped the
Y" state's tax system and pushed
ising, call 682-6524. through the Sunshine
Amendment to Florida's
assifieds Constitution that requires finan-
en .......classified ads cial disclosure by elected officials.
In 1978, Daniel Robert Graham
oduction was elected Governor and served
production for two terms. Like Askew,
..............typesetting Graham finished 2nd in the first

primary but went on to win the
on information Democratic nomination. He then
82-6524 came on strong to beat drug store
founder Jack Eckerd in the gener-


the Internet. In Okaloosa County, Clerk Don Howard
has a superb web site: www.clerkofcourts.cc. To be
thorough, you could also contact the Clerk in places
the person formerly resided.
The well-known Sex Offender and Predator list on
the Internet is one of several useful resources provid-
ed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement
(FDLE). Be aware: not all sex offenders are child
molesters, and the list does not include thieves, bur-
glars, drug dealers, or even murderers. The FDLE
website is www.fdle.state.fl.us.
A statewide criminal history background check can
be requested either on-line or by mail (visit the web
site or call 850-420-8109 for information). This service
costs $23, and it is available to anybody, but it does
not provide the full wealth of information available
through the Clerk of Courts. Traffic violations, bad
'checks, petty theft, trespassing, and other minor
offenses might not show up, but all major arrests will,
in all 67 Florida counties. You'd have to check any
other states of interest individually.
Some employers are required to submit fingerprint
cards for state and/or national criminal history back-
grounds. Fingerprints are the best way to avoid prob-
lems with similar names or other misidentification,
but the service is not available to the general public.
Organizations that provide certain services to chil-
dren, the elderly, or disabled but are not required to
submit any fingerprint cards, may be able to use an
optional,.voluntary, fingerprint-based criminal history
service known as the Volunteer and Employees
Criminal History System.
For information about VECHS (pronounced
"vecks"), call 850-410-8324, or visit that very useful
FDLE website.


al election. Graham was re-elected in 1982 over a
highly qualified Republican candidate Congressman
Skip Bafalis. Bafalis had been talked into running
by the Reagan White House but when he got behind
in the polls, no support came from Washington.
Bob Graham resigned near the end of the term in
1986 to take the oath of office for the U.S. Senate.
His Lieutenant Governor Wayne Mixson, who had a
long and distinguished career in public service,
became Governor of Florida.
In 1986 the "Reagan Revolution" was underway.'
Republican Robert Martinez who at one point had
been a Democrat and mayor of Tampa, won the
election and served from 1986 to 1990. Martinez
became Florida's first American governor of
Hispanic descent. Martinez helped push through an
expansion of the sales tax on services but then,
responding to the public, he later helped to repeal
the measure. He also adVtcated several succlsful
environmental measures.
, In 1990 there was some heavy infighting in the
Democrat Party and U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles
was asked to run for Governor after having served
three terms as U.S. Senator. Kenneth "Buddy"
MacKay was involved in getting Chiles to run and
became his Lieutenant Governor. This was a formi-
dable ticket and won easily in 1990 and again in a
much tougher race in 1994. In 1996, Chiles became
the first Democratic governor in modem times to
have to deal with a Republican controlled legisla-
ture.
Tragically, Governor Chiles died during his last
year of office and MacKay served out the remainder
of his term.
Jeb Bush ran against Lawton Chiles in 1994, and
although he lost, he ran a very competitive race and
laid the base for his successful campaign in 1998.
Despite the controversies of the 2000 presidential
election in Florida, Jeb won by a comfortable mar-
gin in 2002 becoming the first Republican governor
to serve two terms in Florida. Jeb's signature issues
have been education reform, cracking down on
crime and cutting taxes. Florida will have a new
governor this year as Jeb Bush has served the maxi-
mum two terms allowed under the Florida
Constitution.
This is a unique opportunity for those of us in
Florida to learn more about the great men who
served our state honorably and well as governor.
The symposium will be held at the Student Union
at UCF. For directions or more information call or
email Dr. Drew N. Lanier (UCF) at 407-823-3753 or
dlanier@mail.ucf.edu. You can also visit our web
site at http: //www.loufrey.org for updates. We are
hoping to broadcast the symposium over the
Internet. For those who need more information
about how to get hooked up to this all-day broad-
cast, call or e-mail Brooke C. Smith of Pacific
Diversified at 702-363-4588 or
bsmith@pac.dashdiv.com.
We are going to record and have DVDs available
for those who cannot attend or watch the webcast.
Thanks for your interest!

Lou Frey, Jr. is a former member of Congress (FL '69-
'79), Past President, Former Members of Congress,
Partner, Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A.,
Orlando, Florida.


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City of Crestview
Mayor
George Whitehurst
682-3812

City Council
689-1619 or 689-1618
Robert L.F. Sikes
Public Library
682-4432

Finance Department
City Clerk
Janice Young
682-1560
FAX 682-8077
Finance Director
Patti Mann
689-2014
FAX 682-8077
Leisure Services Director
Mike Wing
682-4715
FAX 682-1754
Public Works Director
Junior Cox
682-6132
Main Street Director
Bill Kilpatrick
689-3722 \
Crestview Police Chief
Travis Gillihan
682-3544'
FAX 689-2175
Crestview Fire Chief
Joe Traylor
682-6121
FAX 689-2009
City Engineering Firm
Baskerville & Donovan
(850) 438-9661
FAX (850) 433-6761
City Attorney Ben Holley
682-2336 or 682-3559
FAX 682-2779

Crestview Housing Authority
Sam Brunson
682-2413 or 682-5025
FAX 689-4559

Okaloosa County
Officials
County Commission
.-.- -.- Chairman
Bill Roberts
.- 651-751.5 ". --

Commissioners
Don Amunds, Elaine Tucker,
James Campbell, and
Sherry Campbell
.651-7105

County Administrator
Jim Curry, 651-7515
Asst. County Administrator
Donna Miller
689-5007

Okaloosa County Sheriff
Charlie Morris
651-7410
Growth Management Dept.
651-7180

Road Department
689-5770
Director of Public Works
Danielle Slaterpryce
689-5772

Okaloosa County
School District
Superintendent of Schools
Don Gaetz
833-3110 or 689-7259
Cindy Frakes, Howard Hill,
and Cathy Thigpen
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Crestview city officials
and local business leaders
had an opportunity to meet
with some of the U.S. Army's
elite Special Forces Group
Green Berets Monday.
At a reception sponsored
by the Destin Chamber of
Commerce, the Commander
of the U.S. Army Special
Forces Command, Brig. John
F. Mulholland Jr., talked
about 7th SFG's future move
to Eglin AFB.
"I can tell you whole
heartedly that we look to this
Smovy v il ,Eq thuW.
asm," said Mulholland to the
gathering -of nearly 100 local
business and civic leaders.
Mulholland spent the day
touring potential sites
around Eglin for a 7th SFG
headquarters, including
Duke Field.
Crestview Mayor George


Whitehurst said he, would
love to see them at Duke
Field.
"A lot of the infrastructure
is already in place there and .
it makes good sense," said ies
Whitehurst. "Our communi- r
ty would. welcome the sol-
diers and their families with
open arms."
Once the final decision is
made where the headquar-
ters will be located, construc- .b
tion of any needed infra-
structure to support the com-
mand can begin.
MuLholland said that con-
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struction could begin as soon Crestview Mayor George
as 2008. Whitehurst met with U.S.
' ~.Though that may sqem;i T AVmyiBfigi Geh. Jotu F.
like a long time off, it's not," Mulholland Jre at a recep.~
said Mulholland. "That time tion for the 7th Special
schedule will give us time to Forces Group in Destin
plan and 'o it right." Monday. Whitehurst told
The 7m Special Forces Mulholland that the
Group will bring more than Crestview community was
2,000 Green Berets, families, looking forward to the
and support personnel to the group's arrival in Okaloosa
area. County, scheduled for 2010.


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Club president Bill Barnhill, left and current president Tim Bryant.


ROCKER, from page 1A


tional way that a close friend
would, intermittent
"Amens" broached the warm
evening air within the large
tented dining hall.
Rocker's experience in
north Okaloosa County has
been a pleasant one.
"All of the city and county
officials have just rolled out
the red carpet," he said dur-
ing his seven-minute speech.
Rocker grew up in the
small, hayseed community of
Statesboro, Ga., about 20
miles outside of Macon.
Though he will be devel-
oping more vacant land in
Crestview, further adding to
the growth of the area,
Rocker stands by his convic-
tion that small towns like
Crestview are what make


America a great place to live.
In June, Rocker will release
a book on his experiences as
an apolitical ball player in a
politically correct world.
"I'm going to go into a lot
of issues that the media
would like to say got me in
trouble a few years ago," he
said, addressing the multi-
tude about a Dec. 1999 Sports
Illustrated article that quoted
him making racial, chauvin-
istic statements.
The remarks printed in
the article spurred on a
media backwash that con-
jured up enough animosity
toward the young pitcher
that many unsettled New
York baseball fans insulted
him on www.rockersucks.com.
Naysayers used the Web site


to throw their own curve
balls of dissent at him and at
what they believed was a
gnarled ideology.
"I simply say I'm sticking
up for small town America,"
he said, as he expounded on
the book's vision. "I grew up
in a place like this.
"New York City is not
America; L.A. is not
America; Chicago is not
America. Those big cities are
melting pots of people from
all over the world."
Rocker plans to visit
Crestview at least once a
month while the develop-
ment is being built.
"I may just be one man in
a big 'ol country like this, but
I've made a few waves here
and there."


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POLICE

BLOTTER
Information taken from actual law
enforcement reports, compiled by
Lauren McLaughlin


Sweet home
Alabama
Recently, an
Alabama man
extended his stay
at the heartbreak
hotel, otherwise
known as the
Okaloosa County
Jail.


-Upon entering, he was searched and checked into the king
suite. Shortly after resting his head on the rock at the head of
the bed, he lit up a cigarette,
Confused as to why cigarette smoke was spiraling through
the cell bars, the guards went to the cell and saw the man
stuffing the smokes and a Bic lighter in his sock.
The man was confused. In Dothan, where he was from, it
is OK to smoke in the jail. Surprised, he demanded to know
why he didn't get a smoking room.
The guards took the smokes from him and called the sher-
iff's office.
Upon arriving, they advised him of his Miranda rights,
and informed him that, although we shop at the same fire-
works stores as our neighbors to the north, this is not
Alabama.
What a drag! Now he'll have to rip that "At least I can
smoke in my jail cell" decal off his car.
Do not pass go
Recently, a Crestview man was cruising through town in a
vehicle that we aptly title a "Go straight to jail" car.
You know the kind: no tail lights, turn signals and/or tag
lights. Sometimes these cars also lack the necessary license
plate required to drive in Florida, or America, or even on
Mars.
The owner of the car should have affixed a giant, flashing
neon sign, brandishing the bold plea, "PULL ME OVER,
PLEASE!"
After the sheriff's deputy pulled the man over, he began
his routine.
The driver freely admitted that his license was suspended
because he failed to pay traffic citations. The deputy, obvi-
ously thinking, "Why can't they all be this easy?" asked for
the man's identification.
While pulling his ID from his wallet, a package of rolling
papers fell out.
He said, "That's not good," and admitted that he some-
times smoked marijuana, but denied having any on him.
Apparently, the man's definition of not having any weed
on him is a little bit foggy.
The deputy began searching him and found a quarter sack
of marijuana in his right front pants pocket.
He also found a crack- cocaine smoking device in a metal
cigarette case in his back pocket and a pouch of cocaine in his
shirt pocket.
"I was hoping you wouldn't find that," the man told the
deputy.
The drugs just kept coming. The man kept confessing and
with each confession the tears kept flowing. Confession is
good for the soul.
Here's the lesson: routinely check to see if any tail lights,
tag lights, head lights or any other lights are not working. Oh,
and you may want to occasionally check to see if your license
is expired.
Fashion mogul busted
A Crestview man was awakened one night when he heard
.i!someone-acurnyngarmuid his house. Apparentlyr.a burglary
lwashunmming a stirring rendition of "Singing in the'Rain" ai
bit too loudly, waking the homeowner.
The owner confronted the criminal, who then ran out the
front door, carrying a handful of clothes.
The same thief also broke into the house on two prior occa-
sions earlier in the week, each time stealing only clothing in
all, two pairs of shoes, three pairs of pants and a jacket.
Apparently, he wanted to open a used clothing boutique on
- Main Street, but the sheriff's office has since spoiled those
plans.
S' The day after the fashion guru fled from the house, the
homeowner spotted him sporting his new look, while walk-
ing down the street. Unfortunately, the thief stuck out like a
sore thumb, because none of the stolen clothes matched. By
the bway, Penny Loafers, tattered painter's pants and a glow-
ing Patriots jacket don't go well together.
. The homeowner then called the sheriff's office, who quick-
.'ly returned, arresting the man for his burglary and other
unrelated fashion crimes.
After reading the vagrant his Miranda rights, one deputy
informed the him that his sense of style was way ahead of its
time.
This guy would never have made' it in the fashion busi-
ness!


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February 1.7, 18, 19, 20 -
Pensacola Volksmarch Club
President's Day Weekend
group walks in the Perdido Key
area. Meet at the Perdido Bay
Golf Club anytime between 7:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily. Friday
night BBQ. Visitors welcome.
Details: (850) 492-0260.
Saturday, March 25 group
walk in Cedar Key, Florida.
Meet at the Cedar Key City Park
at 9:00 a.m. Details (850) 474-
9 0 1 2
* Through the month of
February only, the'
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT
GROUP will meet the 2nd
Tuesday of every month at 11
a.m. in the North Okaloosa
Education Classroom, between
Bldg., 125 and 127, on
Redstone Drive, Crestview. The
Feb. 14 meeting will include a
presentation, It's All About Love,
by Dr. Jerry Nicklin. Everyone is
welcome to attend, no reserva-
tions necessary. Call 689-3146
for information.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS
HCE CLUB will meet Thursday,
Feb. 9 at 9:30 a.m. at the
UF/Okaloosa County Extension
building, located at 5479 Old
Bethel Road. For more informa-
tion, call Cora Davidson or Nita
Hall at 682-3118.
LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
WORK will host a free educa-
tional program March 31 from 9
a.m. to noon entitled Unlocking
the Mysteries of Lupus at the
Greater Union Baptist Church,
1300 N. Guillemard St., in
Pensacola. If special accommo-
dations are required please call -
1-800-458-8211 at least 2
weeks in advance. For more
information visit
www.lupus.pensacola.com.
DISABLED AMERICAN
VETERANS get together every
third Tuesday of the month for a
6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. meet-
ing at the chapters 5296 Hare
Street location in Crestview. For
information, call the chapter
office at 682-0982 or write them
at DAV Chapter 57, P.O. Box
63, Crestview, FL 32539.
THE WALTON GUARD
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Bowling Center in Fort Walton
Beach. The meetings are pub-
lic. Contact Cheryl Harris at
244-3053 for details.
The SONS OF CONFED-
ERATE VETERANS hold meet-
ings at Sonny's in Crestview.
The public may attend. Call
Jack Bonham at 862-3891 for
information.
The Crestview CON-
CERNED CITIZENS GROUP
meets on the first Thursday of
every month at 6 p.m. The.
meetings are held in the
Fairview Park building on
McClelland Street.
The BAKER FIRE DIS-
TRICT BOARD OF COMMIS-
SIONERS now meets the first
Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located at 1375
19th Street in Baker. The public
is encouraged to attend. If you
have any questions, please call
537-2487; if there is no answer,
please leave a message.'
The MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: The MOMS
Club, an international non-profit
support group for at-home
mothers, including those who
have home-based businesses
or who work part-time but are
home with their children during
the day, has started a new
chapter in the Crestview area.
The MOMS Club of
Crestview has monthly meet-
ings with speakers and discus-
sions, park playdays, holiday
family outings, outings for moth-
ers and their children, and activ-
ity groups like playgroups,
cooking club, a monthly MOMS
Night Out, and babysitting
coops. We also do service pro-
jects for the needy. The monthly
meetings are held every third
Friday of the month at the
Epiphany Episcopal Church,
424 Garden St., Crestview at
9:30 a.m. The meeting is open
to mothers of all ages that are
residents of Crestview. Please
contact Membership Vice
President Tammy Sharketti at
682-8395 or email at
mccrestview@cox.net for more
information.
MOTHERS OF
PRESCHOOLERS OF
CRESTVIEW meets the first
and third Thursday of each
- month from 9:15 a.mr. 11:30
a.m. at Emmanuel Baptist
Church in Crestview. You do not
have to be a member of the
church to attend the meetings.
The group web site address is
www.MOPS.org. Call 682-9416
-for information.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE
On the second Thursday of
each month at the American
Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton
Beach, the Marine Corps
League Detachment 915 meets
at 7:30 p.m. Any former or
retired Marine interested in join-
ing should contact Jack Howell


at 683-0412 or Tom Burns at
682-3992.
The GOLD WING ROAD
RIDERS ASSOCIATION
(GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0 gets
together every third Saturday
morning for breakfast at 8 a.m.
and a meeting at 9 a.m. in the
Rec. Center at Central Baptist
Church. Dedicated to the group
motto "Friends for fun, safety,
and knowledge," members
enjoy the freedom of belonging
to a nonprofit, nonreligious, and
nonpolitical organization. There
are over 80,000 members
worldwide, and all motorcycles
and owners are welcome to
join. For information, call Billy
Mason at 689-2280 or. Jack
Birge at 682-3650.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple),
located at 971 West James Lee
Blvd., has bingo games every
Thursday night. The club also
offers three $250 jackpots. Call
Robert Boutwell at 682-5087, or
stop by.
The CRESTVIEW COM-
PUTER CLUB workshop is held
every second Thursday from 2
to 4 p.m. at the OWCC
Crestview Campus in.room 303.
The second meeting is held
every third Thursday ,from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. at the New Bethel
Methodist Church, 5984 N.
Hwy. 85, Crestview.
Contact Dottie Shoaf at 682-
1911 (deedot41@bsc.net) or
Virgil Talbott at 682-6340 (mail-
man325@yahoo.com).
BLOSSOM GARDEN
CLUB You may call Hilda Ard
(537-4642) or Amarene Griffith
(537-3791) for more informa-
tion.'
The CRESTVIEW AREA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
holds its monthly breakfast
meeting 6n the first Thursday of
each month starting at 7:00
a.m. at the Recreational
Outreach Center directly behind
Central Baptist Church.
ELKS LODGE meets first
and third Thursdays at 127 Pine
Avenue in Crestview-Phone
682-2110.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the
Central Panhandle (serving
Walton, Okaloosa, and South
Santa Rosa Counties) meetings
are held the second Friday of
each month at 9:30 a.rim. in
Crestview and the fourth
Tuesday of each month at 11:00
a.m. in Navarre. For more infor-
mation and meeting locations,
please call 850-683-1712 or
850-936-8887.
SHARING AND CARING,
298 W. Martin Luther King
Blvd., offers emergency food
service to the needy from 9 a.m.
to 12 p.m. Monday through
Friday (closed on Thursdays).
The GENEALOGICAL
SOCIETY OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY meets the second
Saturday of every month in


Crestview, Fort Walton Beach,
and Valparaiso. The meeting
begins at 10 a.m. with socializ-
ing, and guest speakers and
business activities begin at
10:30 a.m. Call Ginny Traywick
at 651-1106 or Flo Lembeck at
689-1535.
The ORDER OF THE
EASTERN STAR, Crestview
Chapter #203 holds their regu-
lar monthly meetings on the first
and third Thursday of each
month. Meetings are held at
404 Garden Street and start at
7:30 p.m.

SUPPORT GROUPS
COVENANT HOSPICE
ON-GOING GRIEF SUPPORT
GROUP: Covenant Hospice
invites anyone who has suffered
the loss of a loved one to attend
this free on-going grief support
group on the first and third
Wednesday of each month from
11:00 a.m. to Noon at its
Crestview office located at 370
W. Redstone Drive.
The bereavement specialist
will present current information
on growing through grief, the
impact' of grief, and renewal
after loss. "Dutch" lunch follows
the meeting. For more informa-
tion, please contact Charlotte at
682-3628, ext. 235.
The Twin Cities Hospital
and the National Headache
Foundation invite you to attend
the monthly HEADACHE SUP-
PORT GROUP meetings. Call
Susan at (850) 897-0542 for
more information and to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer
support group, the PINK RIB-
BON PALS meets every sec-
ond Thursday of the month at 6
p.m. in the Health Resource
Center, 127 Redstone Avenue,
Suite A, in Crestview. For more
information please call Jody
Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty
Weeden at 682-7848.
EATING DISORDER SUP-
PORT GROUP (ANAD) will
meet each Thursday at 7 p.m.
at the Fort Walton Beach
Creative Senior Center, 31
Memorial Parkway SW.
Nationally affiliated; local advi-
sory board. Call 796-3277 for
information.
WEIGHT LOSS
WEIGHT WATCHERS
meets every Thursday ati"the
First United Methodist Church,
"599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview.
Room 212. Registration and
weigh in begins at 5 p.m., meet-
ing follows. Come join us.
DANCING
MODERN SQUARES OF
CRESTVIEW, square dancing
every Thursday night at the
Davidson Middle School
Cafeteria on Old Bethel Road at
7 p.m. Caller Berlon Graham.
All dancers and visitors wel-
come. Need more information?
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(Photo by John Parrott)
Randy and Virginia Bauer, sitting in their Crestview home
talking about their extraordinary path to happiness.


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Virginia "Ginny" Bauer, a
Crestview real estate agent,
and her husband Randy
might never have celebrated
another Valentine's Day
together, had not a quirk of
fate reconnected them after
22 years apart.
Both were stationed at
Vandenburg Air Force Base,
Calif. and working at the
same job site when they met
in 1979.
Ginny and Randy were
electro-mechanical techni-
cians working on the
Minuteman III
Intercontinental Nuclear
Ballistic Missile when they
started dating. "It wasn't
anything serious," Ginny,
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hang out together once in a
while, but I really liked him,
plus he had a motorcycle,
which I liked."
Randy, however, became
dissatisfied with the way his
career was going, and cross-
trained into a different field
to, as he put it, see the
world.
"Working on missiles you
only had five choices, and all
of them were in four western
states, and that wasn't my
idea of seeing the world."
Ginny, who was from
Montevallo, Calif., remained
in the missile field, and she
and Randy eventually lost
contact with one another,
even though she regularly
corresponded with a mutual
friend of theirs. Years passed
and neither of them was
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doing. "In fact, I didn't
know if Ginny was married,
or what her status was,"
Randy said.
In the meantime, he got
married and raised two chil-
dren. Ginny remained single
and continued her Air Force
career, shuttling back and
forth between four upper
midwestern Minuteman
Missile bases.
In 1980, Ginny appeared
on the popular game show,
"Wheel of Fortune" (hosted
by Chuck Woolery at the
time), and the appearance
proved to be a bonus for her.
She walked away with a
cruise to the Bahamas,
another trip to New Orleans,
worth about $6,000, and
other prizes.
What seems odd, if not a
little bizarre, is than Randy
grew up in Hillman Minn.
and was good friends with
Pat Sajak, current host of
"Wheel of Fortune."
"Randy and I came in the
Air Force within weeks of
one another, and oddly
enough we retired in 1994,
within weeks of one another,
but neither of us knew it,"
Ginny said.
Then in early 2001, while
living in Las Vegas, Ginny
was browsing the Internet
one evening and happened
on a popular web site that
connected military people.
She listed her name and mil-
itary bases where she had
been stationed.
Randy saw it. He then
called their mutual friend
and' asked her if she was
married, divorced, or dat-
ing. After finding out she
was single, he immediately
e-mailed her, and thus the
reconnection began.
"I was pleasantly sur-
prised he e-mailed me after
22 years," Ginny said. "I had
really liked him back when
we dated, but I thought he
was too young. I was a little
older than him, plus I had
been married, and I had: a
small child to:support. I just
though the time wasn't right
for us to get into anything
serious."
Randy had been posted
in Korea, Spain, and
Nebraska. Then in 1994,
Randy decided to retire, set-
tling here in Okaloosa
County after being stationed
at Hurlburt. "I liked the area
and thought this would be a
good place to settle down,"
he said.
He got a job in Fort
Walton Beach working for
MTI, while pursuing a col-
lege degree.
"I didn't get an education
while I was on active duty,
beyond what the Air Force
trained me for, but one I
retired I got serious and
werit to college," Randy
said, and it has paid off
handsomely. He is the hold-
er of a master's degree, and
now works for Boeing
Aircraft Corp. in the Fort
Walton Beach office.
It was just before
Christmas 2001 when he
saw Ginny's name he imme-


diately contacted the friend
who told him where she was
and everything he wanted
to know about her, and best
part, she was still single.
Then he made contact and
followed that up with other
emails, and it was during
that time he told her he was
going to California to see his
mother. "We had emailed
each other maybe two or
three times at that point,"
Ginny said.
Several days later, he
called her from his mother's
home in Porterville, Calif.
Ginny was working the
graveyard shift in a Las
Vegas casino when the
phone rang. It was Randy.
"I was pretty excited to
hear from him," Ginny said.
A flood of memories
returned, and as they con-
tinued their conversation,
Randy suggested they might
get together on his return
trip the following year.
"I am thinking he is not
nearly as excited about see-
ing me as I am him. He was
sort of nonchalant about it,
like it was no big deal, but to
me it was," Ginny added. .
"But then in the next day
he decided to take a detour
from Porterville to Los
Angeles by way of Las
Vegas, and he called me, and
told me of his plans, and at
that point we made arrange-
ments to meet," Ginny said,
smiling.
"We hit it off immediate-
ly, and the best thing I think
was he had matured to the
point our five year age did-
n't make any difference, and
he was still cute," Ginny
added,.with a wide smile.
"After our initial meeting
in Las Vegas we began a
flurry of telephone calls,"
Randy said.
"As it worked out Randy
would call early in the
morning just as I was get-
ting ready for bed, and he'd
be getting ready to go to
work,", 'said 2-Ginny,:'(jThe
phone calls continued and
grew more frequent, and
about three months after we
had met in Las Vegas, he
invited me to come here for
a visit.
"I came to Fort Walton
Beach in February 2002, and
things sort of heated up
between us, and then Randy
came to Las Vegas in April
for another visit, arid by
then things were to the point
we were ready to make a
commitment."
Holding his wife's hand,
Randy said with a smile,
"We got married on a cruise
*ship in New Orleans in
December 2002.
"We had to wait 22 years
for this moment, but it has
been worth it because we
were at the point we knew it
was the right time to do."
Not too bad for two
retired United States Air
Force Master Sergeants. Had
it not been for a chance
internet encounter,
Valentine's Day may have
been just another day for
Randy and Virginia Bauer.


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ministerial association and
others who helped Ms.
staff's second grade class:

Baker Family,
ass got deshrode from the tornado.
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The tornadow was horubly because I got
hit by the roof part. I got hitse by dust.
Many people helped are class rooms. Thank
you people for the room, the pinciles, the
glue, and the crayons. I am glad we are still
alive. I am glad ROTC helped us. Mr. Den
is like a dad!
Your friend,
Austin G.

Dear Baker frands,
The hrucane made me scard and evre-
budy els seard. But the peppl that helped
us. Peoppl are fixing the roof for us this
moment. Thank you for getting my backpack
for me and a jacit and all of my stuf. My
techr got me owt of the room. We are in a
difrint room but it is not as nice as own.
Pepple are being good to us.
Your frand,
Dakoda Fisher


e you all right? Dear Baker friends,
ne for us. The tornado scared me and my class-
mates. It was scary. I'm glad my teacher
dug me out. I know the caftiria workers
gave us lunch. I know the worker's are work-
ing on our roof.
skerey. Thanks Thank you for our supplies and for
s and also glue. washing kids Jackts and backpackts to give
a verthaning. to us. We have nothing left everything is
crushed in our terrible classroom.
Your friend,
Briana Hicks ,

r hit the school. Dear Baker family,
A lot of people The day of the tornado it was so scary.
you for the sup- I'm lucky that my teacher helped me out.
people bright. I Ms. Grandstaff and I had got Victoria and
you for washing Hannah. I just am glad this lady helped me.
I of the people I thank the people that gave us some morem
glad that many school supplies. I ant to thank my mom
because she was so worried. I also thank the
people that is working on our roof.
Your friend,
Kip Fee

school. When it Dear Baker family and friends,
red I notice that When the tornado cam it was horldle.
nk you for wash- The most horidle part was we didn't know
u for rescue and went it came. My teacher told me a lot of
ink you for help. people helped. We apreshate you giving us
the people acted suplize. Thank you for giving me Ice for my
head. Thanks for getting us out of our class-
room. Thanks for having us next to ROTC.
Your friend,
Brianna Dreadigg

boul. That was Dear Baker family,
Wen the tornado hit we felt skared.
m glad that you Everything stardid to fall. I was hit on my
id friend, back and my head. A lot of people war help-
ing us. Thank you for helping us won the
tornado came. Thanks you for letting us
color. Thank you four helping us foal better.
Thank you four letting us go home when we
adeae hit. I was got hurt.
a a science test. Your friend,
k you for saving Hannah Stewart
u saved us. It is
thankful to you! Dear Baker family,
The day of the tornado I was scared.
The roof fell in. It was horable! I am glad
that we are safe. I am thankful that my
Sand we got cut. teacher was safe. I thank all the people who
rdano was scary. are fixing our roof. I thank the people who
of out. We still get us school supplies. Every one is nice
for the stuff. now.
Your friend,
Anna Scott


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Dear Baker family,
It was very scary when that roof c0l.
lapsed. It was very horlble. I am glad that a
lot of people helped the school. I thank the
people who gave us ice bags. Ms.
Grandstaff told us it would be o.k. I thank
ms. Grandstaff for helping me. I thank
everyone. We are happy to be alive.
Your friend,
Alec Black

Dear Baker family,
I wasn't afraid of the hurricane. It was
scare. Thank you for the candy. Thank you
for the food. We are not able to get anything
out of our room.
Your friend,
Savannah


* Project re-submittal requirements


For copies of the Application Packet, Re-submittal forms, or for more information
please visit our website, www.wfrpc.dst.fl.us, or contact Josephine Combs at
combsj@wfrpc.dst.fl.us or (850) 595-8910 ext 215 or Gina Watson at
watsong@wfrpc.dst.fl.us or (850) 595-8910 ext 239.

The TPO will make reasonable accommodations for access to this meeting in accor-
dance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and for language requirements other
than English. Please notify-Ms. Ellip Roberts of access or language requirements at
850-595-8910 ext 218 at least 48 hours in advance.


YQuare invited Loattend a birthday celebration Sun.dagy, February 19th at Westside Assembly of God
for Pastor TV. Kolmetz and Sis Jean Kolmetz. The church is located at 179 Kit Drive, Crestview.,
-S.unday-School is at 9:45 and rrmurnirng vVstiP ne6 l'- i. LH u tua fIlmls.
Please bring your favorite dish to share.


An advanced defensive driving and vehicle control program
designed for teenage drivers is now available in Okaloosa
County. Thanks to a joint venture between Bridgeway Center
and the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office, the ADTT program
better equips teen drivers (ages 16-18) to anticipate and
handle the hazards that occur daily in normal driving
conditions.

This twelve hour, two-day program is designed to provide
young drivers with the knowledge and understanding of
vehicle dynamics and human kinetics. All classes are
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ANNOUNCEMENT

TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT APPLICATION WORKSHOP

The Okaloosa-Walton TPO is hosting a TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
APPLICATION WORKSHOP for the 2007/2008 Application cycle.
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Niceville City Hall Chambers
208 N. Partin Drive (SR285) Niceville City Hall Complex.

The workshop will include an overview of the TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT
PROGRAM including:
Who may apply Eligible activities


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Bobby Youngblood voted employee of the quarter at FNB


Assistant VP is
honored by peers
Special to the News Bulletin

Bobby Youngblood, the
face of information technolo-
gy at First National Bank of
Crestview, was voted by his
peers to be the employee of
the quarter for the last quar-
ter of 2005.
In 1999, Youngblood was
promoted to the position of
assistant vice president, and
is currently enrolled in the
Florida School of Banking,
earning a banking degree.
Youngblood started with
the bank as a teller, and has
seen numerous changes over
the years.
"The one principle that we
hold on to is that First
National Bank is Crestview's
hometown bank," he said,


'We try to make sure we
maintain the personal rela-
tionship with customers,
in spite of the changes in
technology."

BOBBY YOUNGBLOOD
First National Bank of
* Crestview assistant vice
president


when asked what has kept
him there fot over 18 years.
"Quick decisions are
made locally."
Youngblood has embraced
the technological changes
that constantly affect the way
banks do business.
In 1999, he graduated
from the University of West
Florida with a degree in


Computer Information
Systems, with minors in
business and finance.
"Technology has made it
more convenient for cus-
tomers," he said. "You can
basically monitor your per-
sonal account online without
ever showing your face at the
bank. We try to make sure
that we maintain the person-
al relationship with our cus-
tomers, in spite of the
changes in technology."
Youngblood was voted to
be the employee of the last
quarter of 2005 by his peers at
the bank. He says that he's
excited about the bank mov-
ing to its new location on the
north side of the town.
However, he says that it will
still have a presence in down-
town and south Crestview.
"I'm proud to see our
involvement in the commu-
nity," he said.


special to the News Bulletin
Bobby Youngblood, the employee of the last quarter in 2005, poses in front of a computer serv-
er that contains important customer information. Youngblood manages many of the information
systems technology needs of the bank.


ANNOUNCEMENT

TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT APPLICATION WORKSHOP
The Okaloosa-Walton TPO is hosting a TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
APPLICATION WORKSHOP for the 2007/2008 Application cycle.


Date:
Time:
Location:


Tuesday, February 21, 2006
10:00 am
Niceville City Hall Chambers
208 N. Partin Drive (SR285) Niceville City Hall Complex.


The workshop will include an overview of the TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT
PROGRAM including:
Who may apply Eligible activities
r Application process Project re-submittal requirements
For copies of the Application Packet, Re-submittal forms, or for more information
please visit our website, www.wfrpc.dst.fl.us, or contact Josephine Combs at
combsj@wfrpc.dst.fl.us or (850) 595-8910 ext 215 or Gina Watson at
watsong@wfrpc.dst.fl.us or (850) 595-8910 ext 239.

The TPO will make reasonable accommodations for access to this meeting in accor-
dance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and for language requirements other
than English. Please notify Ms. Ellie Roberts of access or language requirements at
850-595-8910 ext 218 at least 48 hours in advance.



tNlorthf Okaloosa Medical Center to Host

Peripheral Vascular Disease Seminar

On February 23, Scott Hannum,
M.D., a vascular surgeon on
staff at North Okaloosa Medical
Center, will present a potentially
life-changing program on the
Symptoms and Risks of
Peripheral Vascular Disease
(PVD).

PVD refers to. medical issues.
that can result in poor circula-
tion in the toes, feet, legs and
hands. It develops silently,
affecting the arteries of more
than 10 million Americans.
"The most common symptom
of PVD is leg pain that intensi-
fies while walking or exercising
Dr. Scott Hannum and disappears after a few min-
utes of rest," says Dr. Hannum.
"This seemingly innocent symptom could indicate vessels that are
clogged and may need medical attention."
In the early stages of PVD, according to Dr. Hannum, there may be
cramping or fatigue in the legs or buttocks. Other symptoms include
swelling, numbness/tingling, skin discolorations in lower legs or feet,
cold legs or feet, or sores that won't heal. Left unchecked, advanced
PVD could lead to 'the amputation of part of the foot or leg, heart
attack, stroke or life-threatening aneurysms.
"Attending this seminar could be vital to those who have risk factors
for vascular disease," says Doug Sills, CEO of North Okaloosa Medical
Center. "And that's why we're very proud to bring Dr. Hannum and this
information to our community."
Risk factors for vascular disease include smoking, high blood pres-
sure, high cholesterol, diabetes, family history of heart or vascular dis-
ease, obesity and/or a lack of physical activity. Vascular disease is most
common among men and women over 50, but can occur at any age.
Symptoms and Risks of Peripheral
Vascular Disease Seminar
Date/Time: February 23rd at 6 p.m.
Location: North Okaloosa Medical Center Cafeteria,
151 Redstone Ave., Crestview, FL
Featuring: Scott Hannum, M.D., Vascular Surgeon
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TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING MEETINGS
(THE PUBLIC IS INVITED)
Okaloosa-Walton Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
.Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 3:00 p.m.
Niceville Community Center 204 N. Partin Drive (SR285) Niceville
City Hall Complex
The Agenda will include the following items:
1. PUBLIC HEARING Approval of Amendments to the 2025 Long
Range Transportation Plan: Needs Assessment, Cost Feasible Plan and
Project Priorities to include the Four-Lane Expansion of P. J.
Adams/Antioch Road, from SR85 to US90
2. Approval of Resolution of Support for City of Crestview's Request
for Florida's Turnpike Enterprise to Conduct a Feasibility Study to
Determine the Need and Feasibility for a Crestview Bypass Road
3. PUBLIC FORUM -This is an opportunity for the public to address
the TPO on transportation issues
Other TPO-related meetings currently scheduled for February 16, 2006
include the following:
TPO Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting 9:30 a.m. in
Niceville Community Center
TPO Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) Meeting 1:30 p.m.
in Niceville Community Center
Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) Meeting 11:30 a.m.
in Niceville City Hall
For more information on these or other TPO-related meetings that might be
scheduled please contact Nick Nickoloff at 1-800-226-8914 ext 212. Agendas
are available at the TPO's website at http://www.wfrpc.dst.fl.us/owtpo.
The TPO will make reasonable accommodations for access to the meetings
in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and for language
requirements other than English. Please notify Ms. Ellie Roberts of access
or language requirements at 1-800-226-8914 or 850-595-8910 ext 218
at least w hours in advance.


Area

receives

HUD grant
Special to the News Bulletin
'N P Ieb. 5, the future for
our sho lss got a little
brighter.
J. Nicholas Shelly, Field
Office Director for the
Jacksonville HUD Office,
presented a check for
$577,107.00 to the
Okaloosa/Walton County
Continuum of Care, for the
renewal of the Bridgeway
Center, Inc Independent
Living Program funding for
2006-2007. Also in atten-
dance for the check presenta-
tion were: Kris Tande: repre-
senting Senator Martinez;
Lois Hoyt representing
Congressman Millers' office,
Fort Walton Beach Mayor
Mike Anderson, Honorable
William Stone, and Dan
Cobbs, CEO of Bridgeway
,Center, Inc.*-; w *'"
- Through'the ptocessiof the
Continuum Care Council,
Bridgeway Center, Inc. is able
to bid for top grants to aid
the homeless. The program
currently has 40 apartments
through Progressive
Management Housing,
enabling 60 otherwise home-
less people to obtain afford-
able housing.
Nationwide, a record $1.33
billion in funding ; was
awarded through grants
announced by Housing and
Urban Development
Secretary Alphonso Jackson.
HUD's Homeless Program
Grants support thousands of
local programs nationwide
that house and serve home-
less persons-from emer-
gency shelters and transition-
al housing projects to perma-
nent supportive housing pro-
grams.
"Today, we take another
step along the road toward
that day when we end chron-
ic homelessness on our
streets," said Jackson. "The
funding will help provide
homes and vital services to
those who need them most-
persons and families who
deserve a place they can call
home."


Briefs

SEMINARS
FREE PLANNING YOUR
FINANCIAL FUTURE: Do you ever
wonder where your money goes? What
do you know about investments? Will
you have enough money in retirement?
These questions and more will be
answers in the "Planning Your
Financial Future" course offered by the
University of Florida/IFAS Extension
on Feb. 23 and March 2 from 6:30 p.m.
to 9 p.m., at 5479 Old Bethel Road in
Crestview. The one in Ft. Walton will
be held at 112 Hollywood Blvd. on
March 6 and 13 from 6 p.m. to 8:30
p.m.
"We get so consumed with day-to-
day life that we tend to push financial
planning to the back burner. This class
will help you get back on track," says
Elaine Courtney, Extension Educator
and lead instructor for the course.
"We may work 40 hours a week,
but most people don't even spend an
hour a week planning financial mat-
ters."
The course will include discussion,
guest speakers, activities, homework,
and a retirement simulation game.
Preregistration is necessary.For more
information call 689-5850.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,2006


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Obituaries


Annie Myri Kilpatrick
Ms. Annie Myri Kilpatrick, age 69, of Crestview, Fla., left this life to join
her Heavenly Father along with her Father, Mother, and brother, Fess, Jewel
and Carlis Kilpatrick, on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006, from the Parthenon
Healthcare in Crestview, where she had been a resident for 14 years. She was
born in Covington County, Alabama and had been a resident of the
Northwest Florida area for over 30 years.
She leaves behind many relatives and friends, among whom are
Charles and Jeanette Henderson, of Baker, Fla., and others in South
Alabama and Northwest Florida whom she loved dearly, including her
roommate, Ftbrene Sanford. She will be dearly missed by all who knew
and loved her.
A time of visitation was conducted from the Good Hope Congregational
Church on Highway 4 in Baker, Fla., on Monday, February 6,2006, from 10:00
until 11:00 a.m.
The funeral service was conducted at the Good Hope Congregational
Church in Baker at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 6. with the Rev. Joel Garden
officiating. Interment will follow in the Good Hope Cemetery, Floral tributes
were accepted, or for those who so desired, the family suggests contributions
to the Covenant Hospice in memory of Ms. Kilpatrick.
Arrangements and services were under the direction of the Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home.

George W. Henry
Feb. 22, 1920 Feb. 8, 2006
George Hefiry, age 85, of Baker, Fla. passed away on Wed., Feb. 8,2006 at
a local nursing home. He was born on Feb. 22, 1920 in Baker, and was a life-
time resident of the Baker area. George retired after 22 years of service from
the city of Fort Walton Beach. He was a veteran of the United States Army
and a member of Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church.
George was preceded in death by his wife; Lucille Henry of Baker, and
other relatives. He was loved dearly by his family.
He is survived by his brother, Archie Henry of Covington, Ga.; sisters,
Clara Moore of Baker, Lucille Scroggins of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., Florene
Howze Eloise Hoffman, both of Baker; special brother-in-law, Ralph Givens
and wife June of Holt, Fla., and many nieces and nephews.
A time of visitation was held Friday, Feb. 10, 2006 from 6:00 8:30 p.m. at
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home Chapel. The funeral service took place
Sat., Feb. 11 at 1:00 p.m. at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home Chapel with
Glen Howze officiating. Burial followed at Shady Grove Cemetery. "Friends,
family, and food were accepted at Clara Mpore's house in Baker.
The family would like to thank Parthenon Health Care and Hospice.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with arrangements.


Sheriff's office warns against scams


Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office is advising the public to be
alert to a proliferations of postal and
email scams in our area. Even law
enforcement officers have been tar-
geted.
Red flags include unsolicited notices
by postal mail or e-mail that state you
have cash coming your way. The scam
artists now provide a very authentic.
looking check or money order, but you
must exchange some of your own
money to get a greater amount sent to
you.
Many trusting people are finding
out the hard way that the check or


money that they deposit is counter-
feit or represent empty accounts
before sending out their own person-
al check.
Their hard-earned cash is usually
gone for good.
Sheriff Charlie Morris says the con
artists, who use a variety of methods,
are becoming much more sophisticat-
ed in their schemes.
The scams often originate in vari-
ous countries all across the globe and
are very difficult for investigators to
trace. that makes PREVENTION the
key.
The FBI web site allows victims of
email scams to file electronic reports.
Just go to www.FBI.gov.


Opteum adds manager to area team


Special to the News Bulletin

*FT. WALTON BEACH On Feb. 8,
Opteum Financial Services, one of the
nation's leading mortgage lenders,
announced the addition of Kathleen
Zwirko to its Northwest Florida team
of professionals.
Zwirko has been hired as Assistant
Vice President and Branch Manager,
responsible for managing Opteum's
Crestview and Fort Walton Beach
Branches, as well as originating pur-
chase and refinance home mortgages.
"We're very excited to have Kathy
lead our Crestview and Fort Walton


team of mortgage professionals,"
said Senior Vice President and
Southeast Regional Manager Greg
Shumate.
"Her wealth of experience in the
mortgage industry, as well as her lead-
ership experience, will bring a lot to
this company."
Zwirko has lived in the Florida
panhandle since 1991 and has over
16 years of experience in home
financing. Active in the community,
Kathy is a former board member and
executive board member of the
Nicev.ille-Valparaiso Chamber of
Commerce.


Special to the News Bulletin
Savona Dawson was born Dec. 1 to Billy
and Amanda Dawson of Jacksonville.

Spencers welcome

granddaughter
Special to the News Bulletin

Savona Angraceia Jovelle Dawson
was born on Dec. 1, 2005 at 8:38 p.m. to
Billy and Amanda Dawson of
Jacksonville. She weighed 9 lbs., 4 oz
and was 21 'inches long. The birth took
place at Beaches Baptist Medical Center,
with Dr. Elizabeth Morgan assisting.
Savona's maternal grandparents are
Sandra Spencer and the late John
Spencer of Crestview, Fla. Her paternal
grandparents are Bill and Cathy
Dawson of Dandridge, Tenn. She has 3
sisters and 1 brother, named Will, Sha-
uri, Sarava, and Saress Dawson.


Community Happenings


EXHIBITS
ARNIE HART JURIED STU-
DENT SHOW: From March 12 to April
20, this showing will be on display in
the Mcllroy Gallery. It includes 2- and
3-dimensional works in paint, sculpture,
and other media, which will be judged
by Carol Horigan, Professor of Visual
Arts at Pensacola Junior College.
The Holzhauer Gallery featured art-
work by the faculty of OWC's
Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts
Division. A free public reception to pre-
view the sow will be held in the galleries
Friday, March 10 from 5 to 7 p.m., with
the awards ceremony at 6 p.m.
The galleries will be closed for
spring break March 22 to 25. They are
located on the Niceville campus, and are


open Monday Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. For
information call 729-6044 or visit
www.owc.edu/arts online.
EVENTS
COVENANT HOSPICE
BOSTON BUTT SALE: Covenant
Hospice will have its second annual
Boston butt sale on Friday and Saturday,
March 10 and 11. at the Old Spanish
Trail Festival Site in. Crestview
(Stillwell Avenue off Hwy. 85 N).
Hours are 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday,
and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday. This
event is associated with the Triple B
Blackwater, Bluegrass & Bar-B-Que
Competition.
Advance tickets are $20 for a fully
cooked, 6-8 Boston butt, which will be


available for pickup the day of the event.
To buy a ticket, call Covenant Hospice
at 682-3628. Each ticket will be entered
in a grand prize drawing for a weekend
getaway in Perdido Key, Fla.,
BENEFIT BBQ: Liza Jackson
Park, East Pavilion (Nearest Red
Lobster) will be the site of a Feb. 25 bar-
becue for anyone who attends, be they
homeless, working poor, or affluent.
Those who have means are urged to
donate to assist those who do not.
Donations will be used the benefit
homeless services through Sharing and
Caring, and for the proposed emergency
shelter, Opportunity House.
Hours for the barbecue are 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and side
items will be served.


For more on the barbecue, contact
organizer Janette Daley at 855-7528 or
654-3848. For more on the Opportunity
House campaign or area homelessness,
call Lenore Wilson at ,Bridgeway
Center, 833-7405. .
ARC MARDI GRAS BALL: ARC
Santa Rosa, Inc. will host its 10th annu-
al Charity Mardi Gras Ball Feb. 18 at
Sike's Hall, aboard Naval Air Station
Whiting Field in Milton.
Social hour is from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.,
followed by dining and dancing after-
wards. The MAINSTREET BAND will
provide entertainment for the evening.
Black tie is optional.
Tickets are $30 per person, or $210
for a table of 8.
Sponsorships are still available.


Arc Santa Rosa is a nonprofit organ-
ization that provides services to people
with developmental disabilities in Santa
Rosa County.
For information contact Ann Smith
at (850) 623-9320, or via The Arc Santa
Rosa, 6225 Dixie Road, Milton, FL.
KIDS CARNIVAL: The American
Red Cross of Northwest Florida will cel-
ebrate Red Cross Month in March,
2006. One of the March events will be a
Kids Carnival at the Fort Walton Beach
Fairgrounds.
The March 25 and 26 event will focus
on games, entertainment, and crafts for
children of all ages, as well as education
on safety. The Red Cross and other com-
munity organizations will provide educa-
tional sessions. Entertainment will


include clowns, magic shows, celebrity
storytellers, and much more.
At this time the Red Cross is seeking
entertainers to perform, event sponsors
and businesses offering children's mer-
chandise or services to set up sales
booths. If you are interested in partici-
pating at this event, please contact
Sharlene Cox at 850.682.6824 for more
information.
THE FREE ZONE: The Free Zone
is an after-school program designed to
serve young people ages 9-17.
The Free Zone is located at 1905
Martin Luther King Blvd., Apt. A2,
Crestview, FL, and operating hours are
Mon., Wed., and Fridays from 2:30-5:30
p.m. For registration information please
contact the Free Zone at 850-423-7103.


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munications priorities for
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regardless of where they
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"Rural America cannot
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Congressman Boyd. "As
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Telecommunications Act
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to advanced broadband
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SETO BWDEDAFBU ARY 5,206 PGE1U


, NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Women's college basketball
Tallahassee at Okaloosa-Walton
College, 5:30 p.m.
Men's college basketball
Tallahassee at Okaloosa-Walton
College, 7:30 p.m.
College baseball
Shelton at Okaloosa-Walton
College, 3 p.m.
Thursday
Boys basketball
Region 1-1A quarterfinals,
Graceville at Laurel Hill, 7 p.m.
Baseball
Walton at Crestview, 6 p.m.
Baker at Northview, 6:30 p.m.
Softball
Crestview at Choctawhatchee, 3
p.m.
Wrestling
Crestview at FHSAA State Finals at
Lakeland, 11 a.m.
College softball
Okaloosa-Walton College at
Jefferson Davis College, 1 p.m.
Friday
Softball
Baker at Northview, 5 p.m.
Wrestling
Crestview at FHSAA State Finals at
Lakeland, 9 a.m.
College baseball
Comfort Inn Classic, Central
Alabama at Okaloosa-Walton College, 1
p.m.
Langley 18th
GAINESVILLE Baker
freshman Naomi Langley
concluded a memorable first
year of competitive
weightlifting with an 18th-
place finish in the 199-
pound division at the
FHSAA state finals.
Langley lifted a combined
total of 245 pounds in the
bench press and the clean
and jerk
during
Saturday's
meet at
Santa Fe


She lift-
ed five
LANGLEY p o u n d s
above her
previous lifetime best, and
finished two places better
than her pre-meet seed.
Langley lifted 130
pounds in the bench press
and 115 pounds in the clean
and jerk.
Katie Ryk of Port
Charlotte won the 199-pound
division with a combined lift
of 375 pounds. Ryk set a
state record for the 199-
pound division with a lift of
195 pounds in the clean and
jerk.

OWC sports
The Okaloosa-Walton
College men's basketball
team won its third straight
game with a 97-72 victory
Saturday at Gulf Coast
Community College:
The Raiders improved to
20-4 (5-3 Panhandle
Conference).
The Okaloosa-Walton
College women's basketball
team saw its four game win-
ning streak end with a 72-57
loss at Gulf Coast
Community College.
The Raiders fell to 17-6
(7-4 Panhandle
Conference).
The Okaloosa-Walton
College baseball team
defeated Cleveland State 6-2
on Feb. 10 and beat Polk 7-5
on Feb. 11 in its first two
games of the Carl Mclnnis
Classic in Niceville.
The Raiders improved to
6-3.
The Okaloosa-Walton
College softball team went 2-
2 at the Triple Crown
Tournament in St. Augustine.
The Raiders fell by one
run against Chattanooga
State and FCCJ, but wal-
loped St. John's River 8-0 on
Feb. 11. OWC (3-3) conclud-
ed the tournament with a 12-
2 victory against
Hillsborough.

CNB photos
More photographs from
sporting events covered by
the News Bulletin can be
seen at
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chase a photo from the Web
site, contact the Bulletin at
(850) 682-6524.


Dawgs' Bortner looking for perfect finish


CHS 215-pounder
ready for state
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Crestview senior Thomas
Bortner kept his dream
wrestling season going last
weekend at the Region 1-2A
meet.
He now goes for the per-
fect ending.
Bortner won the 215-
pound weight class at the
Region 1-2A meet at Lincoln


(Tallahassee) ...-
to earn his
second
straight trip ,
to the
FHSAA State
Finals.
He will
take a 41-0 BORTNER
record into
the state finals competition
starting Thursday in
Lakeland.
"I've just got to go out
there and wrestle like I know
how to wrestle," Bortner
said.


- Wrestling -
Bortner ripped through
his regional foes without a
scare.
He pinned his first three
opponents, all in the first
period. He defeated Palatka's
Kenny Fells 6-3 in the cham-
pionship round..
Bortner thought Fells
seemed more interested in
not getting pinned than in
winning the match..
"Quite simply, he domi-,
nated," said Jeff Fowler of
the CHS coaching staff.


See a complete preview of
the state meet on Page 4B

Bortner's victory helped
the Bulldogs finish 15th out
of 30 schools in the final team
standings.
CHS senior 160-pounder
Thomas Kimm completed
his career with a top-eight
finish at the regional meet.
Nate Johnson (130 pounds)
and Artum Pazych (171) both
won one match apiece. The


top four finishers in each
weight class qualified for the
state meet.
Bortner will face Winter
Haven senior Timothy
Kraemer (25-8) in the first
round at Lakeland.
Every other wrestler in
Bortner's half of the 16-man
draw has at least three loss-
es.
"If Thomas wrestles to his
ability," Fowler said, "then
only good things can hap-
pen."
See BORTNER, page 4B


Boys basketball


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Laurel Hill senior Austin Garrett sinks a circus shot in the fourth quarter of the
Hoboes' victory against Rocky Bayou in the District 1-1A title game.


seV4w Fan winner


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Kim Simpson (center) and son Michael (right) receive a
$25 Beef O'Brady's Fan of the Week gift certificate from
Beef O'Brady's Megan Simmons. Simpson attended the
Richbourg-Davidson middle school basketball double-
header on Jan. 26.


Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

PAXTON The chant started in
the Laurel Hill cheering section with
four minutes left in the Hobo boys
basketball team's District 1-1A title
game Saturday against Rocky
Bayou.
"All the way to state! All the way
to state!"
Laurel-Hill completed its first step
toward its ultimate goal with a 47-33
victory against the Knights in the dis-
trict championship game at Paxton.
The Class 1A No. 4 Hoboes (25-1)
will take a 17-game winning streak
into a Region 1-1A quarterfinal
Thursday against Graceville. Rocky
Bayou (14-11) will play at Malone.
"One step at a time," said senior
forward Brad Reese, who led LHS
with 21 points. "We'll play Thursday
and go on from there. To win state,
we've got to keep getting better
every day."
Laurel Hill won Saturday with a
suffocating defensive effort. The
Hoboes forced 26 turnovers a
remarkable number considering the
game's slow pace. The Knights had
just 17 points through three quar-
ters.
"Coach (Kent Zessin) told us if we
played defense and came out hard, it
would be ours," said LHS guard
Timaria McKay, who came up with
four steals. "So that's what we did.
We knew whoever wanted it the
most and played harder on defense
would come out with the win."
Zessin planned to use a variety of
presses to force Rocky Bayou out of


Region 1-1A quarterfinals
Thursday
Graceville at No. 4 Laurel Hill
(25-1), 7 p.m.
See preview on Page 4B

its deliberate game plan, but the
Hoboes did enough damage in their
base ~atiri-to:iai'def ice.
"The defensive effort was the key
tonight," Zessin said. "We came out
and played extremely well man-to-
man. It was working so well that we
just stayed in it. The kids did an
excellent job rotating and covering
the floor."
Reese made his first four shots
and scored 11 points in the'first quar-
ter to stake the Hoboes to a lead they
would not relinquish.
Reese also led Laurel Hill with
five steals and limited 6-f6ot-9 Rocky
Bayou center Tyler Huisken to just
two points.
"Brad really shut him down and
shook him up," Zessin said. "You
hold a 6-9 guy to two points and
you're doing pretty well."
Laurel Hill took its biggest lead at
34-17 with a quick burst in the final
minute of the third quarter. Jeffery
Reese made a pretty feed to Trey
Shipman for a layup. Brad Reese fol-
lowed up with a steal and basket of
his own.
Ballgame.
Rocky Bayou tried to close the gap
by turning to a Hack-a-Hobo strate-
See DEFEND, page 4B


Softball


Fast start boosts


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview's Jessica Ernst (right) stretches to
make the play, but Baker's Whitney Boutwell
(left) reaches safely on an infield hit.


CHS past Baker
Special to the News Bulletin

Crestview's softball team started its 2006
season with a 9-2 home victory Friday
against Baker.
The Bulldogs jumped out to a big early
lead and went on to the victory. Shanna Jones
highlighted Crestview's six-run first inning
with a two-run double. CHS pitcher Shasta
Tew struck out eight Gator batters.
"I was pleased with the energy we had at
the start of the game and how we were able
to jump on them early," said first-year CHS
coach Keith White, who emerged victorious
in his debut in the Dawgs' varsity dugout.
Baker coach John Carlisle liked the way
his team stayed focused after the shaky
start.
"We made some mistakes early in the
game on defense and we couldn't recover,"
Carlisle said. "However, the ladies did not
give up."


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properties, individuals, and institutions. To receive an exemption this
tax year, proper application must be made in the Property Appraiser's
Office no later than March 1,2006.

Homestead Exemption

Additional Homestead Exemption for those 65 years of age

and older with a household adjusted gross income of $23,463
or less. Social Security income may not count (call for details)

Widows, widowers, and blind persons exemptions

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HEAD START GOLF: The
Okaloosa County head Start Golf
Tournament is set for March 10 at the
Shalimar Pointe County Club.
Registration deadline is March 6. The
cost is $60 per player (includes food &
beverages). Sign-in starts at 11 a.m. and
tee time is 12:30 p.m. Hole-in-one
Grand Prize of $10,000 sponsored by
First City Bank: Prizes for first, second
and third place teams, longest drive and
closest to the pin. All proceeds benefit
Okaloosa County Comprehensive Head
Start, a'non-profit agency assisting low-
income children and their families. For
more information on hole sponsorship
and golf registration please contact
Kathy Grimes at (850) 651-0645.
14U BASEBALL: The Crestview
Cardinals 14-and-under traveling base-
ball team seeks players to complete its
roster for the 2006 season. Players must
be 14 or younger as of April 30. The
team competes in tournaments between
Pensacola and Panama City. All-Star
caliber players interested in playing for
the Cardinals may call (850) 582-5412
to arrange a tryout.
BASKETBALL CAMP:
Applications are now being evaluated
for the Ten Star All Star Summer
Basketball Camp. The camp is by invita-
tion only for boys and girls ages 10-19.
Past participants include several current
and former NBA stars. College scholar-
ships are possible for players selected to
the All-American team. Camp locations
include Brisbane Park, Fla., Prescott,
Ariz., Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sterling,
Colo., Bridgeport, Conn., Gainesville,
Ga., Champaign, Ill., North Manchester,
Ind., Towson, Md., Ypsilanti, Mich.,
Glassboro, N.J:, Schenectady, N.Y.,
Hickory, N.C., Lebanon, Tenn.,
Commerce, Texas, Blacksburg, Va.,
Lyndonville, Vt., and Beloit, Wisc. For a
free brochure, call (704) 373-0873.
MARATHON: The Pe-nsacola
Marathon and Half Marathon is set for
6:30 a.m. Feb. 19. Runners may register
online at www.pensacolamarathon.com,
or visit Running Wild, 106 S. Palafox
Place in Pensacola. Entry fee in
February is $65 for the marathon and
$55 for the half marathon.
FWB SOFTBALL: The City of
Fort Walton Beach Parks & Recreation
Department is taking registration for its
8-11 slow pitch girls softball league.
Girls must be 8 years old by April 30


and cannot turn 12 before April 30.
Season begins in April. For details, con-
tact Bobby Carmichael at (850) 833-
9579 or (850) 833-9576, or email
bcarmichael@fwb.org.
FWB BASEBALL: The City of Fort
Walton Beach youth baseball registration
will be held through March 24 for boys
and girls ages 5-14. Birth certificate is
required for first-time players. Cost is $20
for residents and $40 for non-residents.
Parents may register their children at the
Fred Hedrick Recreation Center at 132 Jet
Drive, or at the Docie Bass Center at 54
Ferry Road. Offices are open from 8 a.m.-
5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For
details, contact Bobby Carmichael at
(850) 833-9579 or (850) 833-9576, or
email bcarmichael@fwb.org. ,
SCOREKEEPERS: The City of
Fort Walton Beach Parks & Recreation
Department seeks scorekeepers for its
youth baseball leagues. Games are
Monday through Thursdays.
Scorekeepers will be paid. For details,
contact Bobby Carmichael at (850) 833-
9579 or (850) 833-9576, or email
bcarmichael@fwb.org.
FWB SOCCER: The City of Fort
Walton Beach youth soccer registration
will be held through March I for youths
ages 6-15. Birth certificate is required
for first-time players. Cost is $20 for
residents and $40 for non-residents.
Parents may register their children at
Chester Pruitt Recreation Center at 15
Carson Drive, at the Fred Hedrick
Recreation Center'at 132 Jet Drive, or at
the Docie Bass Center at 54 Ferry Road.
Offices are open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday through Friday. For details,
contact Shawn Wyatt at (850) 833-9582,
or email swyatt@fwb.org.
SOFTBALL TOURNEY: The ASP
Spring Fever USSSA National Qualifier
Fastpitch softball tournament will be
held April 7-9 at Santa Rosa Sportsplex
in Pace. Ages are 8U to 16U. Coast for
8U is $200; cost for all other teams is
$275. Pool play with single elimination
round. Four game minimum. For infor-
mation, contact Albert Ward at (850)
418-2313, or email
albert@aspsports.com.
BASEBALL TOURNEYS: Three
USSSA National Qualifier tournament
will be held in the panhandle this spring.
The ASP Spring Break Slam will be held
March 3-5 at H.G. Harders Park in
Panama City. The ASP March Madness
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Milton. All tournaments are for ages 7.V,
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MOTOCROSS: West F)orida
Motocross at Walton Plantation has
opened for practices from 10 a.m.-5..
p.m. on weekends. The facility is a
national style motocross track (approxi-
mately 1.5 miles long) with a separate
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kler system. The facility is located .on
Long Road in Mossy Head. Practice
fees are $20 ($25 for a family). West
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ance for riders and strongly suggests all
riders to carry medical insurance. No
youths under age 18 may ride without a
parent or guardian present. West Florida
Motocross hopes to begin racing in
March. The facility also hopes to add a
supercross, beginner and vintage tracks, .
and to add camping hookups. For
details, contact West Florida Motocross
at (850) 623-6038.
ALLIGATOR TROT: The
Alligator Trot 5K run is set for 9 a.m.
June 17 at Florala State Park in Florala.
Walker are welcome. This is the area's
only two-state race. The first 100
entrants are guaranteed a race T-shirt.
For more information, see the race Web
site at www.geocities.com/alligatortrot,
or contact race director Karen Johnson
at (850) 834-2032 or
alligatortrot@yahoo.com.
BOAT SHOW: The Spring Boat
Show will be held Feb. 18-26 at Santa
Rose Mall in Mary Esther. The annual
show is the largest along the northern
Gulf Coasts, and one of the most suc-
cessful in the southeast. Boats from
every Gulf Coast dealer from Pensacola
to Panama City will be on display both
inside and outside the mall. Boat dealers
participating in the show include Auer
Marine, Destin Marina, Emerald Coast,
Gulf Coast Marine, Harbor View,
Legendary, Marine Max, "Ships
Chandler, Sunrise Marine, Treasure
Island Marine and Tropic Yachts. Santa
Rosa Mall is located on Mary Esther
Boulevard. Regular mall hours are 10
a.m.-9 p.m., Monday through Saturday,
and noon-6 p.m. on Sundays.


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BOYS BASKETBALL
District 1-5A tournament
Feb. 7
Quarterfinals
Niceville 52, Pace 39
Crestview 58, Tate 53
Feb.10
SSemifinals
Niceville 51, Choctawhatchee 50
Fort Walton Beach 71, Crestview 51
Feb. 11
Championship
Fort Walton Beach 49, Niceville 35
Crestview 58, Tate 53
Tate 19 8 14 12 53
Crestview 21 8 12 17 58
Crestview scoring Kelil Peters 16,
Trey Hayes 13, Kelley Parris 12, Matt
Sanders 8, Skylar Armstrong 7, Chase
Jaramillo 2.
Fort Walton Beach 71, Crestview 51
Crestview 7 12 15 17 51
Fort Walton Beach 13 12 29 17 71
Crestview scoring Kelil Peters 22,
Kelley Parris 6, Chase Jaramlllo 4, Cameron
McNalr 4, Matt Sanders 4, Skylar Armstrong
3, Trey Hayes 3, Shawn Gilbert 3, Richard
Moore 2.
District 1-2A tournament
Feb. 7
Semifinals
Pensacola Christian 44, Jay 40
Freeport 58, Baker 50
Feb.11
Championship
Freeport 61, Pensacola Christian 54
Freeport 58, Baker 50
Baker 12 10 16 12 50
Freeport 14 15 9 20 58
Baker scoring Blake Williams 18,
Stephen Shelley 15, Blake Pryor 10, Chad
Lawhon 4, Colton Henry 3.
District 1-1A tournament
Feb. 7
Quarterfinals
Paxton 53, Central 39
Rocky Bayou 80, Escambla Charter 63
Dr. Gainer 101, East Hill 58
Feb.10
Semifinals
Laurel Hill 82, Paxton 58
Rocky Bayou 66, Dr. Gainer 48
Feb.11 .
Championship
Laurel Hill 47, Rocky Bayou 33
Laurel Hill 82, Paxton 58
Paxton 9 13 24 12 58
Laurel Hil 22 30 14 16 82
Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 20,
Jeffery Reese 18, Trey Shipman 18, Zac
Hamm 8, imaria McKay 8, Austin Garrett 5,
Isaiah Raite 4, Austin Stucki 1.
Laurel Hill 47, Rocky Bayou 33
Rocky Bayou 6 5 6 16 33
Laurel Hill 15 8 11 13 47
Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 21,
Austin Garrett 9, Trey Shipman 8, Zac Hamm
6, Jeffery Reese 3..


Region 1-1A tournament
Feb. 16
Quarterfinals
Graceville at Laurel Hill (25-1), 7 p.m.
Potter's House at Apalachicola (22-4)
Rocky Bayou (14-11) at Malone
John Paul II at The Rock (19-6)
Feb. 21
Semifinals
Graceville or Laurel Hill vs. Potter's
House or Apalachicola
Rocky Bayou or Malone vs. John PaulIl1
or The Rock
Feb. 25
Championship
Semifinal winners
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Region 1-2A tournament
Feb. 9
Quarterfinals
Cottondale 43, Baker 35
West Gadsden 77, Blountstown 18
Ponce de Leon 64, Jay 23
Port St. Joe 76, Sneads 47
Feb.14
Semifinals
West Gadsden at Cottondale
Port St. Joe at Ponce de Leon
Cottondale 43, Baker 35
Cottondale 14 14 5 7 43
Baker 8 0 21 6 -35
Baker scoring Courtney Fountain 16,
Chelsea Combest 8, Amanda Cook 5, Lauryn
Hetrick 4, Kendria Young 2.
SOFTBALL
Feb. 7
Baker 11, Rocky Bayou 0
(3 1/2 Innings)
Rocky Bayou 000 0 0
Baker 254 x 11
Baker pitcher Britney Summerlin (1-
0). 2B Whitney Boutwell.
Feb.10
Crestview 9, Baker 2
Baker 000 002 0 2
Crestview 612 000 x 9
Crestview pitcher Shasta Tew (1-0).
Baker pitcher Britney Summerlin (1-1).
2B Shanna Jones (C).
Feb.13
Crestview 11, Pensacola Catholic 0
(5 Innings)
Crestview 452 00 11
Pensacola Catholic 000 00 0
Crestview pitchers Shasta Tew (2-
0), Whitney Langley. 2B Jessica Ernst.
WRESTLING
Feb. 10-11
Region 1-2A meet
Crestview finished 15th of 30 teams
CHS Individuals
130 Nate Johnson (1-2).
140 Nic Panucci (0-2).
160 7t. Thomas Klmm (2-2).
171 -Artum Pazych (1-2).
189 Gary Smudzinski (0-2).
215 1. Thomas Bortner (4-0).'


CITY OF CRESTVIEW
BOYS BASKETBALL
Training League Red Division
Team W L
Bulldogs 10 1
Hawks 7 4
Lakers 6 5
Sonlcs 5 6
Jazz 5 7
Training League Blue Division
Team W L
Pistons 11 0
Magic 4 7
Bulls 2 9
Tar Heels 0 11
Junior Varsity Division
Team W L
Lakers 13 0
Tar Heels 10 3
Pistons 8 5
Magic 7 6
Sonics 7 6
Hawks 5 8
Bullets 1 12
Jazz 1 12
Varsity Division
Team W L
Jazz 10 1
Dawgs 8 4
Bulls 5 7
Magic 4 8
Falcons 2 9
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Training League Division
Team W L
Jazz 10 1
Magic, 5 7
Tar Heels 2 9
Junior Varsity Division
Team W L
Hawks 11 1
Pistons 7 5
Jazz 3 9
Tar Heels 3 9
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Feb. 9
1st place (5 under) Terry Thomas,
John Law, Les Gowdy, Ron Magruder.
2nd place (3 under) John Wacholz,
Clause Stiles, Melvin Cox, Lavaughn Dorman.
3rd place (2 under) Dale Anderson,
Jesse Dennis, Mike Rees-Evans, Bob Tilley,
Jimmy Johnson.
4th place (1 under) Frances Eck,
Darrell Salter, Nell Locke, Brian Kamrowski.
Sunday Lowball
Feb. 12
1st place (10 under) Max Carver,
Brian Humphrey, Jerry Devoy, Jim Fischer.
2nd place (7 under) Archie Perez,
Anthony Perez, Chris Faircloth.
3rd place (7 under) Brian Cosgrove,
Bill Dodds, Ken Dickinson, Rich Richter.
4th place (6 under) Dave Campbell,
Leon Cunningham, Lavaughn Dorman, Steve
Howard.
5th place (5 under) Don Kearney,
Ron Bolsjolle, Jesse Dennis, Bob Tilley.
6th place (5 under) Tom Prier, Larry
Fordyce, Gary Zick, Bill Ward.
The next Thursday Lowball is Thursday
at 8 a.m. The next Sunday Lowball Is Sunday
at noon. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.


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Crestview, Baker pick up victories


Special to the News Bulletin Softball
Crestview's softball team inning with a two-run dou-
improved to 2-0 with an 11-0 ble. Crestview scored all of
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Monday at Pensacola innings.
C Olic. .Baker's- softball team
Jessica Ernst highlighted opened its season with an 11-
the Bulldogs' four-run first 0. home win Feb. 7 against


Rocky Bayou. The game was
called in the fourth inning.
Whitney Boutwell went 3
for 3 with a double and three
runs for tl gj4
Britney Summerlin struck
out eight to earn the pitching
win, and also collected a pair
of hits.


Boys basketball


FHSAA Regional Tournament
What: Region 1-IA quarterfinal
Where: Laurel Hill School
When: Thursday, 7 p.m.
Who: Graceville vs. No. 4 Laurel Hill (25-1)
'Advancement: Winner faces No. 6
A alachicola (22-4) or Potter's House Christian in
a regional semifinal Feb. 21. If Laurel Hill defeats
Graceville, it will host the regional semifinal.
Outlook: This regional sets up in Laurel Hill's
favor. The Hoboes are the highest-ranked team in
Region 1-A, and they could play all three regional
games at home. Laurel Hill fits the profile of a team
ready for a tournament run. The Hoboes have a
big senior class, a go-to player (senior Brad
Reese), excellent ballhandlers (Timaria McKay,
Trey Shipman and Austin Garrett all can run the.


DEFEND, from page 1B


point) and tons of momentum (LHS has won 17
straight). Graceville does boast some talented ath-
letes. The Tigers feature some players who helped
the school's football team reach the Class 1B state
championship game. Willie Kirkland led Graceville
in scoring in its District 2-1A championship game
loss against Malone.
Laurel Hill coach Kent Zessin says:
"Graceville is very athletic. We've got to play
extremely well on defense. They are a football type
of school, but they have had some success in bas-
ketball. When you get to the playoffs, things like
turnovers and free throws make the difference.
We're really hoping for a big crowd, and I'm
expecting a packed house."
If you go: Laurel Hill School is located at 8078
4th Street in Laurel Hill. Admission is $6.


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gy with four minutes remain-
ing. Laurel Hill responded by
setting up an effective delay
game. The Hoboes made
seven of their last eight free
throws and never let the
Knights get closer than 12.


LHS fans serenaded their
team with the "All the way to
state!" cheer as they waited
to celebrate the Hoboes' sec-
ond straight district title.
"It's the second one in a
row and we'll try to get one


the next two years," said
Jeffery Reese, Brad's sopho-
more brother. "But now, I
want to help my brother out
this year and get to state so
my brother can get a ring
before he leaves."


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FHSAA State Finals
What: FHSAA State Finals
Where: The Lakeland Center, Lakeland
When: Thursday (first round 11 a.m. Crestview
time; wrestlebacks 4 p.m.); Friday (second round 9
a.m.; wrestlebacks 1:30 p.m.; semifinals 6 p.m.);
Saturday (wrestlebacks 9 a.m.; consolation finals
3 p.m.; finals 5:30 p.m.)
Who: Crestview's Thomas Bortner will compete
in the 215-pound weight division
Awards: Top six finishers in each weight class
receive medallions.
Outlook: Bortner (41-0) could give the 5-year-
old Crestview program its second state champion.
Eric Flinchum won the 189-pound title in 2002.
Bortner is one of two undefeated wrestlers in the
215-pound division. He cruised to district and
regional titles. Gulf Coast senior Lee Campbell is
the other undefeated wrestler in the 215-pound
field. Campbell finished fifth at 189 pounds in the
Class 3A state finals last season. A Bortner-


Campbell meeting could happen in the finals, and
would pit Bortner's strength and technique against
Campbell's quickness. Based on records, Bortner
is projected to meet Charlotte's Estevan
DelCastillo (41-4) in the quarterfinals and and
Lake Gibson's Chase Toepfer (36-3) in the semifi-
nals. The complete pairings are available on the
Internet at
http://www.fhsaa.org/wr/2006/statepairings2.htm.
Jeff Fowler of the Crestview coaching staff
says: "Thomas needs to pace himself. He usually
gets himself really focused and worked up, and
when he goes out in the first period, he goes crazy.
His goal is to end the match quickly. The two times
that he has been pushed this season, he has been
a little weary in the third period, so he's got to pace
himself. He only needs four more wins, and we
hope to bring back our second state champion."
.If you go: The Lakeland Center is located at
701 West Lime Street in Lakeland. Admission is $7
per session.


BORTNER, from page 1 B


Bortner and Gulf Coast
senior Lee Campbell (35-0)
hold the only perfect records
in the 215-pound division.
Campbell finished fifth in
the Class 3A 189-pound tour-
nament last year. He holds


215-pound weight class this
season, according to a
statewide poll on the
FloridaKids Web site.
Bortner and Campbell
would not meet until
Saturday's championship
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good match between us,"
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lightning fast because he was
at 189 pounds last year.
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Beef O'Brady's Fan of the Week. Each week the News Bulletin will be taking a photo of the
crowd at one of our local middle school or high school sporting events. We will randomly select
someone in that photo to be our top fan. This week's winner was at the Laurel Hill-Rocky Bayou
District 1-1A boys basketball title game Feb. 11 at Paxton. If you are our winner please call 682-
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Boys


Results
Feb. 7
District 1-5A tournament quarterfinal
Crestvlew 58, Tate 53
District 1-2A tournament quarterfinal
Freeport 58, Baker 50
Feb.10
District 1-5A tournament semifinal
Fort Walton Beach 71, Crestvlew 51
District 1-1A tournament semifinal
Laurel Hill 82, Paxton 58
Feb. 11
District 1-1A tournament final
Laurel Hill 47, Rocky Bayou 33

Schedule
Thursday
Region 1-1A tournament quarterfinal
Graceville at Laurel Hill, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 21
Region 1-1A tournament semifinal
Graceville or Laurel Hill vs. Potter's
House or Apalachicola, 7 p.m.

Leadef'101 dl t Iu
'(Tnrdud6i Monday)
Name i '" 1,- Scoring average
Blake Williams, Baker 23.5
Brad Reese, Laurel Hill 23.4
Keall Peters, Crestview 18.2
Jeffery Reesa, Laurel Hill 12.5
Kelley Parris, Crestview 11.7
Trey Shipman, Laurel Hill 11.7
Stephen Shelley, Baker 10.3
Chad Lawhon, Baker 7.2
Austin Garrett, Laurel Hill 7.1
Trey Hayes, Crestview 7.0
Chase Jaramillo, Crestview 6.0
Chad Donley, Baker 5.7
Zac Hamm, Laurel Hill 5.3
Blake Pryor, Baker 5.1
Matt Sanders, Crestvlew 5.0
Timarla McKay, Laurel Hill 4.9
Colton Henry, Baker 4.5
Rocky Stokes, Laurel Hill 4.4
Shawn Gilbert, Crestview 3.3
Skylar Armstrong, Crestview 3.2


Game of the Week
Crestview 58, Tate 53
Feb. 7
Crestview used a sterling effort from the free
throw line to outlast Tate in the District 1-5A quar-
terfinals. The Bulldogs sank 17 of 20 free throws,
including 11 of 12 in the fourth quarter. "We shoot
50 free throws every day," CHS senior Kelii Peters
said. "So I'm glad to see that it paid off." Crestview
used five free throws to break away from a tie
game entering the fourth quarter. The Aggies got
within one point twice in the final 93 seconds, but
the Dawgs sank theirlast six free throws to pre-
serve the win.

Game to watch
Graceville at Laurel Hill
Thursday 7 p.m.
s93lb tesA No'.4 lLaurel Mill 9sekslts'fitt:playoff1
victory since 2001 when the'Tigers vitit'LHfS. The
Hoboes have'not lost a'hbrne game this year.
Laurel Hill enters Thursday's matchup riding a 17-
game winning streak. Graceville finished second
in District 2-1A.

Player of the Week
Brad Reese
Laurel Hill
Reese, a senior forward, scored 41 points in
two games to lead Laurel Hill to its second straight
District 1-1A title. Reese scored 20 points Feb. 10
as the Hoboes defeated Paxton 82-58 in the tour-
nament semifinals. Reese scored 21 points -
including 11 in the first quarter to boost LHS
past Rocky Bayou 47-33 in the district title game.


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Results
Feb. 9
Region 1-2A quarterfinals
Cottondale 43, Baker 35
(Area season complete)


Leaders
(Final)


Name
Chelsea Combest, B
Sally Feagins, Laurel
Mary Smith, Laurel H
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Tera Gainer, Crestvie
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Scoring average
aker 14.2
I Hill 14.1
-ill 13.1
?r 13.0
3w 10.7
aw 9.5
r 7.8


Joah McLaughlin,' Laurel Hill
Liz Graham, Crestview
Ashley Archie, Crestview
Nakia Bradshaw, Crestview
Courtney Fountain, Baker
Shawntia Blackshear, Crestview
Shawn Josey, Baker
Charlene Watkins, Baker
Lauryn Hetrick, Baker
Daniela Collins, Crestview
Samantha Gronberg, Baker
Nyiece Underwood, Laurel Hill
Mercedes Day, Laurel Hill
Heather Chestnut, Baker
Megan Tersegno, Laurel Hill
Lakaron Thomas, Crestview


7.0
6.3
6.2
5.5
5.5
4.7
4.2
3.7
3.1
2.1
1.8
1.6
1.3
1.2
1.0
1.0


Game of the Week
Cottondale 43, Baker 35
Feb. 9
The Gators almost pulled off the mother of all
, comebacks in this Region 1-2A quarterfinal before
falling just short in the end. Cottondale turned
Baker's usual game plan against the Gators in the
early going. The Hornets used their swarming
pressure defense and quick-strike fast break to
build a 31-8 halftime lead. Coftondale held Baker
scoreless in the second quarter. The Gators didn't
quit, though. Baker outscored the Hornets by 16
points in the third quarter to reduce the deficit to
seven points entering the final period. The Gators
had a few chances to get even closer, but could-
n't get a couple of key shots to fall. Courtney
Fountain led Baker with 16 points. Chelsea
Combest added eight.

Player of the Week
Courtney Fountain
Baker
Fountain, a freshman forward, came up with a
season high 16 points to keep Baker close in its
Region 1-2A quarterfinal against Cottondale.
Fountain scored her points in bunches. She
scored six of her points in the first quarter to stake
the Gators to an early 8-7 lead. She scored eight
more points in the third quarter to spearhead a 21-
5 Baker run that reduced a 23-point Cottondale
lead to seven. Fountain finished the night 8 of 10
from the floor, and also grabbed five rebounds.
Fountain held a spot in the starting lineup for most
of the season. She finished her freshman year
with a scoring average of 5.5 points per game.


District standings


Boys District 1-SA
Team W
x-Fort Walton Beach 9
Choctawhatchee 8
y-Niceville 5
Crestvlew 4
Tate 2
Pace 2
Girls District 1-5A
Team W
x-Fort Walton Beach 10
y-Nlceville 8
Choctawhatchee 6
Crestview 4
Pace 2
Tate 0


Boys District 1-2A
Team W
x-Freeport 6
Jay 3
y-Pensacola Christian 2
Baker 1


Team
x-Baker
Freeport
y-Jay


Girls District 1-2A
W
4
2
0


x District champion
y Playoff qualifier


Boys District 1-1A
Team W
x-Laurel Hill 12
Dr. Gainer 10
y-Rocky Bayou 8
Central 5
Paxton 4
Escambia Charter 2
East Hill 1
Girls District 1-1A
Team W
x-Paxton 8
y-Central 5
Rocky Bayou 3
Laurel Hill 3
East Hill 1


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Do you like sports?



Then you'll love the FCAT!


Have a game

plan ready for

the big test
Cherie Rhoades
Special to the News Bulletin

It's less than three weeks
before the big game and the
coach has the team out on the
field every day practicing
plays over and over and over
again. "How you practice is
how you play!" shouts the
coach. The team is tired and
they just can't seem to rally
the energy to run that play
one more time, but the coach
encourages them to try it
once more. "I know you have
practiced this play five times
today, but we need to run it
once more so that when
you're in the game, you can
carry it out easily. On game
day, you will be able to show
what you know!"
As the team members
climb in their parents' cars,
they complain about how
hard the coach is working
them. "It isn't fair!" the stu-
dents say. But the parents
encourage their children to
hang in there. .They are
proud to see how their chil-
dren have improved their
own personal skills. "It will
all pay off on game day,
you'll see," say the parents.
The big day comes and the
team plays a great game.
Maybe there are still a few
mistakes in some of the plays
but the score reflects all the
hard work from
practice....they WIN. The
team is jumping up and down
with happiness, and so are all
the parents in the stands!
Excitement, pride and a sense
,afachievengwgtfill the,aiauj
1- dents.:..the BIG GAME
(FCAT) is less than three
weeks away! And your stu-
dents have been on the


1. Learn how to answer
each kind of question mul-
tiple choice, gridded
response, short answer, and
extended response.
Understand how you will be
scored on the FCAT and
learn what your score means
to you and your school.
2. Listen and learn from
your teachers when they pro-
vide FCAT tips and learning
experiences that urge you to
"think". Study hard in each
and every class because
reading and math can be
found in every class that you
take.
3. Use FCAT Explorer-
FREE! Online FCAT Practice
for 3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th and 10th
graders. Ask your guidance
counselor for your user name

"field" every school day prac-
ticing those "plays" over and
over and over again! They
have probably come home
sometimes complaining that
S.heir teacher is'working. them
too hard and it isn't fair! Arid
hopefully you are encourag-
' ing them to "hang in there,"
saying it will all be worth it,
just like you do when they


and password. www.fcatex-
plorer.com.
4. Watch less TV Studies
show that kids who watched
fewer than three hours of tel-
evision a day scored higher
on standardized reading
tests than those who
watched more. Instead of
watching TV, read newspa-
pers, magazines, food labels,
recipes, letters, and instruc-
tions, in addition to fiction
and nonfiction books.
5. Determine a strategy
that you will use when faced
with short or long response
questions. Determine what
you will do when faced with a
question that you have no
idea of the answer. Ask your
teacher to help you with
these strategies.

say complain after a sports,
chorus or band practice.
Through hard work and prac-
tice, the students, parents and
teachers will be jumping up
and down with pride and a
S&'." 8ff ahi'everitent when
there is success. You and your
student will be proud of the
improvement of their person-
al academic skills. Okaloosa


county students can once
again show the entire state of
Florida what they know!
Winning teams practice for
the game...just like students
practice for the FCAT.
Coaches coach to the game;
teachers teach to the test. It
wouldn't make sense for a
coach to train a team to play
soccer only to walk them onto
a diamond to play baseball.
Neither would it make sense
for teachers to teach students
a curriculum that was unrelat-
ed to the Sunshine State
Standards (FCAT material).
We are a team and the big day
is coming!
What can you do to help
your child be successful? For
the next few weeks, we will be
printing some TIPS for FCAT
SUCCESS. The first and fore-
most tip is to be positive and
encouraging with your child
and supportive of their teach-
ers. Nothing crushes success
and motivation quicker then a
negative attitude.
For more information
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as/fcat/aboutfcat/.english/a

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2nd Grade: Charlotte Back,
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Bethany Green, Breanna Guthrie,
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Tierra Mays, Bryce Miller, Travis
Paker, Tyler PInkston, Aaron Rubley,
Nathan Runyan, Ravin Sanders,
Lauren Steele, Nicole Toliver,
Cameron Watts, Devin Wimmer,
Krystine Young, Corbyn McKinley.
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Coley, Kory Disney, Tyler Price,
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O'Hora, Sophie von dem Bach,
Joshua Bennett, Demontria Coleman,
Kyla Colmon, Hannah Franklin, Quinn
Mccardie, Anthony Seals, Livia
Chapman, Alante Coleman, Robert
Hewitt, Jakeem Peoples, Allison
Rainey, Jenna Rodgers, Spencer
Singletary, Trevor Thames, Vinnie
Trexler, Jamaria Collins, Jamario
Cpllins, Archie Moore.
4th Grade: Kelsie Dardon, Emily
Jackson, Cody Weyhrich, Jasmine
Bennett, Shelby Dedge, Vanessa
Miller, Matthew Slayton, Quinton
Thomas, Drew Graham, Niquella
Griffin, Brandon Joseph, Elijah
McLeod, Kodi Moen, Brittany Pryor,
Alex Rachels, Amanda Reyes,
Kaylen Yarborough, Sabrina Bell,
Timmy Bryant, Joel Colby, Haley
Curtis, Allen Grube, Walter Jagielski,
Vicki Kiser, Gina MacKinnon, Erin
Saueressig, Matthew Jones.
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Slaughter, Joseph Thomas, Justn
Balog, Joseph Comeau, Jackie
Hanners, Jenny Matherne, Justin
Rebholz, Cameron Schneberger,
Nicole Young, Bridgitte Burns,
Elisabeth Marquardt, Nicholas
Woelfel, Vincent Gabriel, Austin
Grimm, Blake Hanford, Mason Hunt,
Kevin Joseph, lan Karlin, Britney
Matherne, Alex Miller, Kevin Lashley,
Ashley Waltman.


Essay winners


"Speoa"lio ite Ni;sOj BhLirfn .77: "
Shown above are the three winners of the "If I could meet the
President" writing contest that Laurel Hill elementary students
participated in last week in preparation for the upcoming Florida
Writes test. From left are Bridgette Simpson (third place), Alex
Carr (first place) and Kayla Whitgon (second place).


Local students inducted

into National Honor Roll


S -ecial to the News Bulletin

LYNBROOK, N.Y. -
Sevrial students from the
region covered by the
Crestview News Bulletin quali-
fid' for induction into the
SSping 2005 National Honor
SRo11. They are:
'Baker High School: Mary
'J' Allen, Apryl Crawford,
Caleb Forehand, and Michael
-H. Roper.
* ; Crestview High School:
Paige Adams, Mae P. Brown,
Casie L. Cadenhead, Jennifer
M.' Cassell, Erin Cooney, Ty
TA. Ervin, Corey Haller, Erica
L.fones, Jennifer Jones, Asia
M: Kimble, Christine
Messier, Samantha
Millhouse, Keesha L.
Murphy, Crystal Phillips,
Rhys Polk, Megan Raybon,
Zach Rhoads, Norman N.
Rubio, and Robert Yensko, Jr.
Paxton High School:
Sarah Dixon.
Niceville High School:
Crestview resident Meagan
Ritacco.
"Young people like our
inductees, who work hard to
attain academic success,
deserve to be congratulated,"
says Lynn Romeo, publisher


of the National Honor Roll.
"Honoring their achieve-
ments provides motivation
and encourages them to con-
tinue striving. We're proud to
include them in the National
Honor Roll."
The National Honor Roll
offers several benefits which
can contribute to the success
of its student members.
For students in the
2004/2005 school year,
National Honor Roll set
aside $25,000 to be shared
among 25 of its qualifying
inductees. All members
were entitled to compete for
one of these National Honor
Roll Awards For Academic
Achievement, which were
awarded in December.
National Honor Roll's
College Admissions
Notification Service notifies
the admissions offices of as
many schools as the
inductees designate that
they have been accepted into
the National Honor Roll and
that they are interested in
obtaining information about
those colleges. (A copy of the
student's biography is sent
to the colleges along with
the notification.)


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Health Technology


info sessions set


Some meetings
are this month
Special to the News Bulletin

Information sessions will
be held for those interested
in applying for Fall 2006
admission to one of
Okaloosa-Walton College's
Health Technology degree or
certificate programs.
Attendance at a session is
required of applicants to
OWC nursing programs.
Applicants for Surgical
Technology and Dental
Assisting who voluntarily
attend an information ses-
sion will receive five points
toward their score in the
competitive selection
process. All programs are
now accepting applicants for
the once per year admissions


process. Each program has a
different application dead-
line. Application materials
are available at OWC and on
the college web site.
Bachelor of Science in
Nursing sessions, for current
RN nurses who desire to
advance in their education,
was Feb. 6 at 6:00 p.m. in
room E-130 of. the Health
Technology building on the
Niceville Campus and Feb.
13 at 6:00 p.m. at the
OWC/UWF Fort Walton
Beach Campus Auditorium,
Building 8. The priority
application deadline for the
program is March 1. Call 729-
6473.
Associate of Science in
Nursing (RN) sessions was
held February 13, and again
March 6 at 6:00 p.m., in room
E-130 of the Health
Technology building on the


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ing in the community as part of their program of study.


Niceville Campus. The appli-
cation deadline is April 3.
Call 729-6400.
The last Surgical
Technology session will be
held Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in
LRC 128 of the Learning
Resources Center (library)
building on the Niceville
Campus. The application


deadline April 3. Call 729-
6444.
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13, 27 and March 7, 13, 28 at
5:30 p.m. in, the Dental Lab,
room E308 on the Niceville
Campus. The application
deadline for the program is
June 1. Call 729-6444.


OWC musicians receive scholarships


Jazz Band pianist
also recognized
Special to the News Bulletin

Two music students of
Okaloosa-Walton College
each won a $2,000 universi-
ty scholarship and first
prize honors at a state music'
competition recently. Laura
Hernandez, a sophomore
Vocal Performance major,
and John Patrick Rogers, an
OWC Collegiate High
School senior and Piano
Performance major, were
each declared winners of the
Music Student Artist
Competition.
They were part of 22
OWC students who attend-
ed the 2006 Winter Music


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Community Colleges
Activities Association held
at Stetson University in
Deland, Fla.
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John Leatherwood and cur-
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Jeremy Ribando. She, per-
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Madrigals, Schola
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At the contest, they per-
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they were selected to each
receive the, $2000 scholar-
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choice.
Also at the competition,
OWC sophomore Ashley
Herbstreith was selected as
the FCCAA Symposium


Jazz Band's pianist. Twenty
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OWC News

OWC surplus sale
Okaloosa-Waiton College will hold a Surplus Sale on Feb. 24 from 8:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Niceville Campus in Building G-2. The sale is open
to the public and conducted by closed bid with no prior inspection. Property
is sold in "a&-is" condition. Various items are available including computers,
computer parts, printers, typewriters, office type furniture, lockers and vari-
ous miscellaneous items.
For information call the OWC Physical Plant at 729-5380.
OWC Collegiate HS Priority Admissions
The priority application period for Fall 2006 admission to the Collegiate
High School at Okaloosa-Walton College is Feb. 1 to 28. Space is limited and
interested students are encouraged to apply during the priority period.
Admission packets are now available online at www.owcollegiatehigh.org or
at any of OWC's six area locations.
To view parent and student comments about the school, download appli-
cation materials, or for more information, visit the school's web site at
www.owcollegiatehigh.org or call (850) 729-4949.
Free assistance for women to explore college, careers
The Women's Educational Resource Center at Okaloosa-Walton College
will hostfree information sessions for women who want to start college or
explore their career options. At the OWC Niceville Campus, sessions will be
Feb. 21 and March 7 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in building C-2, room.205. At the
OWC Chautauqua Center in DeFuniak Springs, located at 908 U.S. Highway
90 West, sessions will be Feb. 20 and March 27 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Call OWC's Pam Walters at 729-5291 or Sylvia Niedzwiecki at 729-5290
for information or to reserve a seat. Open to women of any age, the sessions
are ideal for adults who have been out of the workplace for a while or those
whb want to train for a better job.
The OWC Women's Center provides a variety of free services including
help to identify individual career goals and match a person's skills/interests
with a career field, assistance with the steps necessary to begin college or
other training, individual job counseling and resume coaching, assistance
with developing a personal career plan, help finding financial resources to
attend college and more.


Local students

named to honor lists


Special to the News Bulletin

NICEVILLE Okaloosa-
Walton College recognized
the superior scholastic
achievement of students
completing the Fall 2005
term by naming them to the
President's List and Dean's
List.
The President's List names
those students with nine or
more credits in the term who
made a grade point average
of 3.8 to 4.0 during the
semester. The Dean's List
names students with nine or
more credits in the term who
earned a GPA of 3.5 to 3.79.
President's List
... Baker: William Anglin,
Dominique Babbitt, Jessica
Borsi, Alexander Sutton,
Ashley Vancil
Crestview: Nyron
Alexander, George Allen,
Nicholas Barlotta, Nalia
Bauer, Kathleen Beattie, Sheri
Bowles, Angel Burke,
Kimberly Burt, Amanda
Clifton, Amanda Cooney,
Dresden Cruz, Noelle
Cusano, Leslie Deleon, Julian
Elges, Gwyn Ellsworth,
Michael Espeseth, David
Flater,; Daniel Foradori,
James Fraser, Jennifer Gager,
Shanan Gerber, Carol
Goldsworthy, Christa Griffin,
Jody Harden, Graciela
Henderson, Kathryn Hogg,
Lindsey Hogg, Steven
Honeywell, Lisa Huppert,
Tiffany Koon, D'Arcie
Lennard, Amy Longhenry,
Kizza Lopez, Sarah Madden,
Tracy Maki, Brittney
Marston, Matthew
Mazgajewski, Courtney
McKeand, Jennifer
McKenzie, Christina Miesch,
Rebecca Olgaard, Crystal
Olson, Celestina Parris,
Patricia Phillips, Amanda
Pinkerton, Jessica Rivers,
Joshua Rose, Scott Shepherd,
Rose Simpao, Stephanie
Sims, Veronica Smith, Jeffery
Smith, Sarah Sterett, Nicole


Winn, Debra Woods Todd
Yarger
Holt: Ryanna Myrick
Laurel Hill: Joyce
Matthews, Travis Williams
Dean's List
Baker. Katie Barnhill,
Nathan Barrow, Savanna
Boyles, Auna Brunson,
Christina Brunson, Warren
Griffith, Kristen Kilcrease,
James Lasate Daniel
Matthews
Crestview: Matthew
Andrus, Jessica Barkley, Gary
Barrow, Kristen Beattie,
Matthew Black, Matthew
Brown, Patricia Campbell,
Jenny Case, Danielle
Cihanowic, Rita Dailey, April
Davis,s:-u Dearmu iDavis,
Melanie "Davis, Jesse
Dreaden, Susan Dupont,
Michele Frye, Jesse Garza,
Randall Grace, Shaun
-Gunter, Mary Hacker,
William Hallett, Audra
Helms, Raymond Holland,
Brian Hurley, Sherri Jackson,
Valerie Jenkins, Kari Kearns,
Ian Kelly, Shawn Kelly,
Nicholas Kelso, Sarah Kyker,
Justin Lowrey, Rebecca
Martin, Euthemia McMahon,
Matthew McPalmer, Michael
Milani, Laurenne Mowry,
Donovan ,Murdorf, Jus'in
Myhre, Nathan Ott, Chris
Okiyama, Justin Palumbo,
Madeline Perry, Leah Petrey,
Aman4a Pickens, Ann
Prestridge, Sara Pyle, Colleen
Robinson, Danette Sanders,
Brenda Schindler, James
Schrader, Grace Signorell-
Cassady, Joanne Smiley,
Kristina Smith, Christina
Spencer, Anna Strait, Daniel
Suazo, Judy Sumrall, Sandra
Trekell, Jeremiah Walker,
Derek Walters, Janelle
Webster, Kasey Willis, Tara
Zoll, Alexander Zuniga
Laurel Hill: Melanie
Bowen, Amanda Hattaway,
Candace Kendrick, Blake
Palmer
Paxton: Kristin
Geoghagan


OWC campus offers

Basic Recruit Academy


Special to the News Bulletin

To help individuals pre-
pare for a career in one of
Florida's fastest growing job
fields, Okaloosa-Walton
College will offer a Basic
Recruit Academy in
Corrections at the college's
Chautauqua Center in
DeFuniak Springs. It is the
first time the academy will be
offered in Walton County in
more than a decade.
Information sessions for
interested students will be
held at 6 p.m. on Feb. 23 and
March 9 at the OWC
Chautauqua Center, located
at 908 U.S. Highway 90 West,
and March 2 and 16, at the
OWC Sikes Center in
Crestview, located at 805 U.S.
Highway 90 East.


The complete academy
program will be held May 8
to December 14 so that indi-
viduals may finish the pro-
gram in only two semesters.
"There are immediate job
openings available in this
field and the OWC program
prepares students for the
state certification needed to
enter this career," noted
Brian Shonk, OWC's Director
of Public Safety. "We've even
had students hired while
they are still enrolled in our
academy program because of
the job demand." Shonk said
starting salaries in the
Corrections field can average
up to $30,000 annually
depending on placement.
For information call (850)
729-5378 or visit
www.owc.edu/publicsafety.


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0 PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY, FLORIDA Petitioner, Respondent. Mortgage Foreclosure dated
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Case No.: 05 DR 4847 January 18, 2006 and entered In 02/15/06 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA Division: and NOTICE OF ACTION FOR Case NO 2005-CA-004488 of the CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
COUNTY, FLORIDA DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Circuit Court of the FIRST Judicial THE ABOVE ESTATE: The administration of the
Case No.: 05-DR-5089-S SHANE ALLEN'LAEMMEL JOSEPH GIL PASTELAK, Circuit in and for OKALOOSA Public Notice You are hereby notified that an estate of CLARENCE DELPH,
Division: Petitioner, Respondent. TO: WILLIAM ROY BARKER County, Florida wherein JPMOR- The Board of Fire Commissioners Order of Summary Administration deceased, File Number06-CP-108,
GAN CHASE BANK, AS of the North Okaloosa Fire District has been entered in the estate of is pending in the Circuit Court for
ROBERT WILLIAM ELDRIDGE, and NOTICE OF ACTION FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action TRUSTEE, is the Plaintiff and CAR- will hold a public hearing to consid- ETHEL P. MARTIN, deceased, File Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate
Petitioner, DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE has been filed against you and that OLYN S. MCNEWA/K/A CAROLYN er adjustments to the 2p05-2006 number 06-131;CPS-TTR; by the Division, the address of which is
AMANCIA AVILA LAEMMEL you are required to serve a copy of, SUE MCNEW; ALBERT EUGENE fiscal year spend plan to include Circuit Court for Okaloosa County, P.O. DRAWER 1359,
and Respondent. TO: Joseph Gil Pastelak your written defenses, if any, to it MCNEW; are the Defendants, I will changes for manpower, travel, and Florida, Probate Division; the CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-1359. The
Respondents Last Known on KERRI LEIGH SHOWERS sell to the highest and best bidder equipment. A copy of the proposed address of which is P.O. Drawer names and addresses of the per-
LYDIAAGUSTINA ELDRIDGE, NOTICE OF ACTION FOR Address: (BARKER, whose address is 90 N. for cash at SHALIMAR: IN FRONT redistribution will be available for 1359, Crestview, FL 32536-1359; sona representative and the per-
Respondent DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE 292 Heritage Dr. St. James Rd., DeFuniak Springs, OF CLERK'S FRONT DOOR OF review at the meeting. that the decedent's date of death sonal representative attohey are
Brick, NJ 08723 FL 32433 on or before March 17, SHALIMAR ANNEX at 11:00AM, on was June 28, 2005, that the total sonal representative's attomey are
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR TO: Amancia Avila Laemmel 2006, and file the original with the the 15 day of March, 2006, the fol- The meeting will be held on 16 value of the estate is $0.00 and that set forth below.
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Respondent's Last Known YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an clerk of this Court at Okaloosa lowing described property as set February,2006 at 7:10 p.m. at the the names and addresses of those
Address: action has been filed against you County Courthouse, 101 E. James forth in said Final Judgment NOFD Milligan Fire Station, 5241 to whom it has been assigned by ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
TO:' LYDIA AGUSTINA 832 E. Pacific Street and that you are required to serve a Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL 254356 Highway 4. The public is invited to such order are: ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
ELDRIDGE Carson, CA 90745 copy of your written defenses, if before service on Petitioner or BEGIN AT THE SOUTHEAST attend. NAME ADDRESS
Respondent's Last Known any, to it on Patrice Pastelak, immediately thereafter. If you fail to 'CORNER OF LOT 3, BLOCK LEONARD B. MARTIN, Jr. All persons on whom this
Address: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an whose address is 6800 NW 39th do so, a default may be entered 53, TOWNSITE OF PORT 02/11/06 126 Canyon View Street notice is served who have objec-
3992 NW Goldenrod Rd., Apt action has been filed against you Ave. Lot 76, Coconut Creek, FL against you for the relief demanded DIXIE SUBDIVISION, AS 02/15/06 San Antonio, TX 78232 tions that challenge the validity of
102 and that you are required to serve a 33073 on or before March 6, 2006, in the petition. RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK ALL INTERESTED PERSONS the will, the qualifications of the
Jensen Bch., FL 34957 copy of your written defenses, if and file the original with the clerk of Copies of all court documents 1, PAGES 64, 65, 66, PUBLIC ARE NOTIFIED THAT: personal representative, venue, or
any. to i on Sr.ane Allen Laemmel this Court at Okaloosa County in this case, including orders, are RECORDS OF OKALOOSA Public Notice All creditors of the estate of the jurisdiction of this Court are
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that'an whose aaooress is 98 Miracle Stnp Courthouse Annex, Shalimar, FL available at the Clerk of the Circuit COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE The Board of Fire Commissioners decedent and persons having required to file their objections with
action has been filed against you -Pkwy Ste 205 Ft Walton Beach Fl. 32579, before service on Petitioner Court's office. You may review WEST 110.0 FEET, THENCE of the North Okalobsa Fire District claims or demands against the this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
and that you are required to serve a 32548 on or before March 1, 2006, or immediately thereafter. If you fail these documents upon request NORTH 75.0 FEET, THENCE will hold a public hearing to consid- estate of the decedent other than THREE MONTHS AFTER. THE -
copy of your written defenses, if -and file the original with the clerk of to do so, a default may be entered You must keep the Clerk of the EAST 110.0 FEET, THENCE er changes to the current commis- those for whom provision for pay- DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
any, to it on Robert William this' Court at Okaloosa County against you for the relief demanded Circuit Court's office notified of your SOUTH 75.0 FEET TO THE sioner's stipend schedule as ment was made in the Order of TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
Eldridge, whose address is 3992 Courthouse, 1250 N. Eglin in the petition. current address., (You may file POINT OF BEGINNING. defined by charter. Debate will Summary Administration must file TY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
NW Goldenrod Rd., Apt. :102, Parkway, Shalimar, FL 32579, Copies of all court documents Notice of Current Address, Florida include potential reduction or dele- their claims with this court WITHIN SERVICE Or A COPY OF THIS
Jensen Bch., FL 34957 on or before service on Petitioner or in this case, including orders, are Family Law Form 12.915.) Future A/K/A 349TH Street, Shalimar, tion of the stipend and legal criteria THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE NOTICE ON THEM.
before February 27, 2006, and file immediately thereafter. If you fail to available at the Clerk of the Circuit papers in this lawsuit will be mailed FL 32579 for changes. DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- All creditors of the decedent
the original with the clerk of this do so, a default may be entered Court's office. You may review to the address on record at the WITNESS MY HAND and the TION OF THIS NOTICE. and other persons having claims or
Court at Okaloosa County against you for the relief demanded these documents upon request, clerk's office. seal of this Court on FEB. 2, 2006. The meeting will be held on 16 ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS demands against decedents estate
Courthouse Annex, Shalimar, FL in the petition. You must keep the Clerk of the WARNING: Rule 12.285, February 2006 at 7:30 p.m. at the NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- on whom a copy of this notice is
32579, before service on Petitioner Copies'of all court documents Circuit Courts office notified of your Florida Family Law Rules of Don W. Howard, Clerk of the Circuit NOFD Milligan Fire Station, 5241 ER BARRED. served within three months after
or immediately thereafter. If you fail in this case, including orders, are current address. (You may file Procedure, requires certain auto- Court Highway 4. The public is invited to NOTWITHSTANDING THE the date of the first publication of
to do so, a default may be entered .available at.the Clerk of the Circuit Notice of Current Address, Florida matic disclosure of documents and attend. TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ths notie of must first publication of
against you for the relief demanded Court's office. You may review Family Law Form 12.915.) Future information. Failure to comply can By: Kathryn Dn. ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO this notice must file their claims
In the petition. these documents upon request. papers in this lawsuit will be mailed result in sanctions, Including dis- Deputy Clerk 02/11/06 (2) OR.MORE YEARS AFTER THE with this Court WITHIN THE
Copies of all court documents You must keep the Clerk of the to the address on record at the missal or striking of pleadings. 02/15/06 DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS LATER OF THREE MONTHS
in this case, including orders, are Circuit Court's office notified of your clerk's office. Publish in Crestview News Bulletin BARRED. AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
available at the Clerk of the Circuit current address. (You may file WARNING: Rule 12.285, Dated:February 3, 2006 'Invoice To: Echevarria, Codilis & THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLI- PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
Court's office. You may review Notice of Current Address, Florida Florida Family Law Rules of Stawiarski NOTICE OF SALE CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS FEB. OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
these documents upon request Family Law Form 12.915.) Future Procedure, requires certain auto- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT P.O. Box 25018 RUARY 15,2006. DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
You must keep the Clerk of the papersin this lawsuit will be mailed matic disclosure of documents and By: Teresa Fleming Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 In accordance with Florida OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Circuit Court's office notified of your to the address on record at the information. Failure to comply can Deputy Clerk F05020645 Statutes, Moulton's Advanced Attorney for Personal All other creditors of the dece-
current address. (You may file clerk's office. result in sanctions, including dis- FIDHOMEGOMIN CONV R Storage, Inc., located at 5180 Representative: dent and persons having claims or
Notice of Current Address, Florida WARNING: Rule 12.285, missal or striking of pleadings. 02/01/06 asurdyk South Ferdon Boulevard in LAURENCE P. VAN HOUTEN demands against the decedent's
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future Florida Family Law Rules of 02/08/06 "See Americans with Disabilities Crestview, Florida will offer for sale Florida Bar No. 207241 estate must file their claims with
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed Procedure, requires certain auto- Dated:1-24-06 02/15/0& Act to the highest bidder the household 606 Powell Drive this court WITHIN THREE
to the address on record at the matic disclosure of documents and 02/22/06 IMPORTANT and other goods stored in unit #K21 P.O. Box 189 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
clerk's office. information. Failure to comply can CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 'of Moulton's Advanced Storage. Niceville, FL 32588-0189 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
WARNING: Rule 12.285, result in sanctions, including dis- By: Teresa Fleming In accordance with the Americans Said goods are to be sold to recov- Telephone: (850) 678-6532 THIS NOTICE.
Florida Family Law Rules of missal or striking of pleadings. Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND with Disabilities Act, persons with er the rents not paid by the tenant. ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
Procedure, requires certain auto- FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, disabilities needing special accom- John Donaldson. Personal Representative: OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
matic disclosure of documents and Dated:1-23-06 02/01/06 FLORIDA modation to participate in this pro- The sale shall take place on March LEONARD B. MARTIN, Jr. WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Information. Failure to comply can 02/08/06 PROBATE DIVISION ceeding should contact Court 4, 2006 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m at 126 Canyon View Street The date of the first publication
result In sanctions, including dis- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 02/15/06 File No: 2005-CA-004488 Administration at 101 James Lee Moulton's Advanced Storage. San Antonio, TX 78232 of this Notice Is February 15, 2006.
mfssal or striking of pleadings. By: Teresa Fleming 02/22/06 DIVISION Boulevard East; Crestview, FL,
Deputy Clerk 32536-3515; telephone number 02/15/06 02/15/06 Attorney for -Personal
Dated:1-12-06 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, AS (850) 689-5000, Extension 7497, 02/22/06 02/22/06 Representative:
01/25/06 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TRUSTEE, prior to the proceeding, or Shalimar
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 02/01/06 FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Plaintiff, (850) 651-7497 AARON B. WENTZ
By: Teresa Fleming 02/08/06 IN AND FOR OKALOOSA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1817 Lewis Tumer Boulevard
Deputy Clerk 02/15/06 COUNTY, FLORIDA vs. IMPORTANT OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Fort Walton Beach,' FL 32547
Case No.:,05-DR-585 PROBATE DIVISION IN AND FOR OKALOOSA Telephone: (850) 863-8006
01/25/06 Division: CAROLYN S. MCNEWA/K/A CAR- In accordance with the Americans File No. 06-131 COUNTY, FLORIDA Rorida BarNo: 0065810
02/01/06 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE OLYN SUE MCNEW, with Disabilities Act, persons with Division CPS-TTR PROBATE DIVISION
02/08/06 FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, KERRI LEIGH SHOWERS et al, \ disabilities needing special accom- File Number 06-CP-108 Peronal Representative:
02/15/06 IN AND FOR OKALOOSA (BARKER) Defendant(s). modation to participate in this pro- IN RE: ESTATE OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA Petitioner, ceeding should contact Court ETHEL P. MARTIN, IN RE: ESTATE OF WILMA J. AYERS
Case No.: 06-DR-000330 SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF Administration at 1250 N. Eglin Deceased. 4531 W. Poinsettia Drive .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Division: and FORECLOSURE SALE Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 32579; tele- CLARENCE DELPH Glendale, AZ 85304
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN phone number (850) 651-7497, NOTICE TO CREDITORS 02/15/06 '
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA. PATRICE PASTELAK, WILLIAM ROY BARKER, pursuant to a Final Judgment of prior to the proceeding. (Summary Administration) Deceased. 02/22/06




COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS


Please turn in your community news 105.5/WYZB will offer special
briefs to the News Bulletin by 5 p.m. on prizes throughout the broadcast. A
the Thursdays prior to publication, silent auction will'also be held at
Center Court, featuring items
ANNOUNCEMENTS donated and autographed by vari-
NTLNi I- TIADITNaIN as ou untr-w._ Ui ntrtts. For
Covenant Hospice is seeking c-i&- details, call 243q7676.
passionate volunteers whio"are- NAMI' COURSE: Family to
interested in making a difference in Family, a course for family mem-
the lives of patients and families bers and loved ones of those with
facing life-limiting illnesses. A serious mental illness, will begin
volunteer training workshop will Feb. 28 on Tuesday nights from
be held on Friday, Feb. 17 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The 12-week course
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the continues for 12 weeks, through
Covenant Hospice office located at May 16.
370 W. Redstone Dr. in Crestview. For further information, please
SCOUT-O-RAMA TICK- call the Mental Health Association
ETS: Cub and Boy Scouts are sell- of Okaloosa and Walton counties
ing Scout-O-Rama tickets for the at 244-1040.
March 25 event. The tickets are CHAUTAUQUA ASSEM-
$2.00 for adult admission, and BLY FEB 23-29: The annual
contain, over $20 in coupons. Florida Chautauqua Assembly will
Children under 12 get in free with celebrate arts and humanities Feb.
an adult. Once inside, all activities 23-26 in DeFuniak Springs. Music
are free.', from the Farmer's Opry to the
The public is welcome to join Orlando Opera will be present, an
the Scouts at the Mullet Festival organ tour will be presented
site in Niceville, at the intersection through visits to area churches, and
of College Blvd. and Hwy. 85, historical figures will be represent-
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The tickets ed through monologues.. '
'Food is available for a reasonable Many other activities are also
cost. Watch for Scouts selling tick- planned for the event, including an
ets at' local stores and in their enactment of the Civil War camp
neighborhoods. Please, help sup- which includes actor Ely Chandler,
port their efforts. who appeared in the film "Glory."
TAX HELP: Tom Pomeroy of For more information visit
the First Baptist Church of www.florida-chautauqua-
Crestview is offering free tax'ser- center.org, or call 850-259-4317.,
vices for all tax situations from YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
noon to 4 p.m. Please call 682- needed to invest their time and
2544 to make an appointment. He skills in North Okaloosa YMCA. If
has been offering his services since you have a service to offer, time to
1980, and has been offering them volunteer, or would like additional
to the public since 1995. information, please contact
FBC BLOOD DRIVE: The Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff
First Baptist Church of Crestview at 682-8635.
will host a Red Cross blood drive SUBSTANCE ABUSE SER-
March 6 from 2.p.m. to 6 p.m. VICES FOR PREGNANT'
FREE SENIOR BINGO: WOMEN: If you are pregnant and .
Senior bingo will be held Thurs., concerned about alcohol and
Feb. 16 at the Crestview Knights drugs, free and confidential help is
of Columbus Hall at 10:.30 a.m.. It available. All pregnant women are
is sponsored by the Ladies eligible for priority substance
Auxiliary of the Knights of abuse treatment services.
Columbus. If you are a senior citi- Women's Intervention Services
zen and would like to attend, & Education can provide you with
please call Suzi at 689-2487 for information and assist you in get-
reservations and information. ting the help you need. WISE
ST. JUDE RADIOTHON: A serves as a client advocate and
fundraiser will be held Feb. 15 and coordinator of services for preg-
16 at Santa Rosa Mall. During the nant women with substance abuse
2-day broadcast, people may problems.
donated to St. Jude Children's WISE is a program of the
Research Hospital via the radio Community Drug and Alcohol
station web site, wyzb.com), drop Council. For more information,
off donations at the mall's center call (850) 689-4024 in Crestview
court from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., or call or (850) 833-3729 in Fort Walton
1-888-271-HOPE. COUNTRY Beach.


ROAD CLOSURE IN
CRESTVIEW: Reinke Drive in
Crestview will be closed at Piney
Woods Creek until further notice
for road repairs, The road .will be
- opafir=ecal4ff ir~&enly,-om
Overview Drive to Valley Road.
'"-VOLUNTEERS" NEEDED:
'Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters needs volunteers to work
in the Emergency Operations
Center (EOC) assisting county per-
sonnel in the event of any natural
or manmade disaster affecting
Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public Safety
will open the EOC, located at the
Okaloosa County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster occurs.
There will be a need for data entry
volunteers.
For more information, please
contact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-
1530, extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES:
For information on grants and how
you can help in the fight or save
babies, contact your local March of
Dimes office or visit www.mar-
chofdimes.com. For sponsorship
and ticket information call (850)
432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM:
If you are looking for local history,
artifacts, photos, and a good selec-
tion of area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the
third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., with special tours available
upon request. For more informa-
tion, call the museum at 537-5714,
Jeanette Henderson at 850-537-
4401, or send an email to baker-
museum@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER
DRIVERS: Volunteers are needed
to drive the DAV van, which takes
veterans to their appointments at
the VA Outpatient Clinic in
Pensacola. You would only drive
two days per month. For further
information, contact the local
Veterans Service Office at 601-A
North Pearl Street, or call 689-
5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs
more than $100 a day to shelter a
victim of domestic violence. For
more information on how you can
help, call 683-0845.
ENVIRONMENTAL CEN-
TER INFORMATION: Located
at 132 Butler Avenue at the fire
tower site, the Hub City
Environmental Center offers a free
opportunity to learn about native
plants and animals.


To reserve the park for your
group, call the Leisure Services
Department at 682-4715.
NARCONON ARROW-
HEAD: 'If you or someone you
Sanow-is.struggling with an-addic- .
tion call, Narconon Arrowhead
today. Narconon offers free addic-
tion counseling, assessments, and
referrals to rehabilitation centers
nationwide by calling 1-800-468-
6933 or logging onto www.stopad-
diction.com.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The
J.R.L. Conyers Masonic Lodge
#364, PHA, sponsor of the
Malcolm N. Haynes Sr. Council of
The Knights of Pythagoras, is
accepting applications for mem-
bership into their youth fraternity.
Membership is open to all young
men from 9 to 17 years old; how-
ever they must be accompanied by
parent or guardian when.filling out
an application.
For more information and
applications, please contact either
Thomas D. Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326
or Barney L. Bailey, Jr. at 689-.
3773.
The THAILAND-LAOS-
CAMBODIA BROTHER-
HOOD, INC. is seeking members
from all branches of the military -
U.S., foreign and civilian occupa-
tions (Air America, USAID, State
Department, etc.) for membership
in the organization. For more
'information, contact Woody
Freeman at (850) 729-8081 or visit
the web site at www.TLC-
Brotherhood.org.
EVENTS
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUB-
LIC LIBRARY EVENTS: The
Infant and Toddler Lap Sit
,Program meets in the Story Room
on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday morn-
ing of each month at 10:15 a.m.
The program introduces you and
your child to books through read-
ing, rhymes, and music. Please call
Heather for more information at
682-4432 or 682-8776.
SAILORS VALENTINES AT
16th ANNUAL ART SHOW
& SALE: The Seascape Resort &
Conference Center in Destin will
host an art show Feb. 18 and 19
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday
and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. It
will feature over 30 artists from
across the United States and
Canada, all of whom have studied
with nationally known watercol-
orists Robert and Sharon Long.
The show will also feature 19-


year-old prodigy Dylan Scott
Pierce, who has won global recog-
nition with his wildlife paintings.
Admission is free on both days.
For more information, call 850-
837-3220.
RIVERWALK- FESTIVAL:
Applications for the 18th Annual
Riverwalk Arts Festival are now
available. The show .will be held
Saturday 'and Sunday, March 11-
12.
Artists will be judged in the fol-
lowing categories: painting-
oil/acrylic; painting- watercolor;
graphics drawing, pastel, pen and
ink; pottery; photography; and
three dimensional sculpture, jew-
elry, stained glass, etc.
A minimum of four (4) pieces
must be exhibited in each category
to be eligible for judging and there
must be a minimum of three artists
entered in each category to qualify
for judging. The top award is a
$400 Best in Show. Five other
monetary prizes will also be
awarded.
For more information or to
receive an application, please call
850-983-8310, 850-623-8493 or
850-994-4070. You may also email
lacbears@bellsouth.net to request
an application.

MEETINGS
ARCHAEOLOGY MEET-
ING: The Emerald Coast
Archaeology Society will meet at 1
p.m., Saturday, Feb 25, at the
Indian Temple Mound Museum,
139 Miracle Strip Parkway, in Fort
Walton Beach. There will be a pre-
sentation on how archaeologists
record what they see in the soil.
Plans will be made for Heridtage
Day and the new Heritage Month
posters and bookmarks will, be
available. Everyone interested in
archaeology is invited. For more
information call Jean Lucas 850-
897-3754.
PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB: Meets every second
Monday evening of the month at
Hughes Cabinet Shop. Social starts
at 6 p.m. For more information call
Deb at 682-2555 or Darliene at
217-0869.
FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY:
Meetings are on the third Thursday
of January, March, May, July,
September and November at 10:30
a.m. at the Robert L.F. Sikes
Library. The Friends welcome new
visitors and new members.
1st, Tuesday Lectures, held



every first Tuesday of the Month
are: March 7 Crestview Historical
Preservation by Jerry Milligan,
chairman of the Crestview Historic
Preservation Board.
SOther events, celebrating the
Jirary's anni'verarywill continue
through July 18 with an big band
music outdoor concert.
SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVI-
TIES: To register and make reser-
vations for all events, please call
689-8409. The SC classroom is at
127, E. Redstone Avenue in.
Crestview.
Exercise classes Stretch, Flex
&. Tone. aerobics every Monday at
9 a.m. in the SC classroom, 'at a
cost of $10 per month. Line
Dancing every Tuesday in the SC
Classroom at 9 a.m., $10 per
month. Water aerobics every
Wednesday at" 10:30 a.m. at
Crestview Physical Therapy, 557
Brookemeade Drive, Crestview.
Cost of $1 per class per person.
Feb. 16 and Feb. 17, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. AARP driver's course.
Low Country Tour May 1-4 A
trip to Charleston, and Hilton Head
in South Carolina, and Savannah,
Ga. Rates per person start as low as
$446, which includes charter bus
fare, hotel, six meals, and many
entry fees to special attractions. All
money niust be paid by Feb. 15.
For inform, call 689-8409.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD OF COMMISSION-
ERS: The Holt Fire District Board
of Commissioners holds their reg-
ular scheduled meetings every
third Thursday of the month at 490
W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the communi-
ty building at 6:30 p.m. The public
is encouraged to attend.
HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
TRAINING: The Holt Fire
Department holds its regular train-
ing meeting the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m. at the fire
station located at 490 W. Hwy 90
in Holt. Persons interested in join-
ing the department are welcome to
attend.

CLASSES
DESTIN LA SPANISH
CLASSES: Spanish classes for
children ages 3-10 are held at
Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Crestview on Mondays from 5-
5:45 p.m. Beginner adult classes
are held Tuesdays from 5 to 6 p.m.
at Tall Pines Academy. Please call
(850) 682-0886 to register now,
and visit the Destin LA web site at
www.DestinLA.com.


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090 Announcements
092 Auctions
094 Meetings
096 Personal
098 Training
100 EMPLOYMENT
102 Drivers
104 General Help
106 Home Business
108 Hotel Motel Restaurant
110 Labor
112 Management
114 Medical
116 Office Work
118 Part Time
120 Professional
122 Retail
124 Sales & Telemarketing
126 Skills / Trade
128 Positions Wanted
300 SERVICES
305 Auto '
310 Business Opportunities
315 Business Services
'320 Child Care
325 Domestic
330 Equipment Repair
335 Financial Services
340 Home Repair
345 Lawn Care


350 Senior Care
355 Sewing & Alterations
360 Miscellaneous
450 OKALOOSA FOR RENT
452 Apartments
454 Commercial
456 Homes
458 Land
460 Mobile Homes
462 Rooms
464 Roommate Wanted
466 Vacation / Resort
550 OKALOOSA FOR SALE
552 Apartments
554 Commercial
556 Homes
558 Investments
560 Land
562 Mobile Homes
564 Vacation / Resort
700 PETS / ANIMALS
702 Boarding
704 Livestock
706 Livestock Supplies
708 Pets
710 Pet Supplies
712 Lost & Found
800 GENERAL MERCH.
802 Antiques


804 Apparel
806 Appliances
808 Arts & Crafts
810 Computers
812 Farm Equipment
814 Furniture
816 Jewelry .
818 Lawn Equipment
820 Lumber & Hardware
822 Musical Instruments.
824 Office Equipment
826 Sporting goods
828 Electronics
829 Garage Sales
830 Misc. For Sale
832 Misc. Wanted
900 TRANSPORTATION
902 Auto Supplies
904 Cars
906 Boats
908 Farm Equipment
910 Motorcycles
912 Motor Homes
914 Recreational
916 Sport Utility
918 Trucks
920 Vans
922 Other
980 Tanning


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W H ITI... 1 A L E ... .. 10 2 .....
.. HI Drivers '
70 185lbs: '5'9"
brown hair and DEDICATED!
eyes. Owns home
and retired from US DEDICATED!
Government. Look- DEDICATED!
,rig for nice slender Dedicated Customer
white small lady Out of Pensacola.
about same age that No Back Hauls
has a sense of hu- Plus Benefits .
mor and owns Paid Odometer
home. If not, that's Mileage
okay. Send photo, Loaded & Empty
phone and a few $50,000
lines about yourself
to JB, Box 876 or More per Yr.
Crestview Fl. 32536 & HOME
Call 689-8038 WEEKENDS


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Call 866-592-7006
Ask
For Bill or Neal
CDL-A w/lyr. min.
Exp. required

DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
No experience re-
quired Werner En-
terprises has imme-
diate openings for
entry level semi
drivers. Our avg.
drivers earn more
than $36K first year.
60% of our drivers
get home
nightly/weekly. 15 -
day CDL training
available in your
area. Call today 1-
866-280-5309

105
General Help


Is expanding it's operation
and is looking for people
to fill insurance sales
& service positions.
AVERAGE ANNUAL EARNINGS $48,554.
FRINGE BENEFIT PACKAGE:
2 retirement funds, health
insurance, paid vacation,
convention trips & many others.
No experience necessary.
We have on the job training.
REQUIREMENTS: HONESTY, HARD
WORKER & DEPENDABLE
TRANSPORTATION.

Contact Don Wiggins at:
(850) 682-2775
Or Fax Resume to:
(850)682-1523
Liberty National is an EOE


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General Help --- General Help,

$ ABSOLUTELY HELP NEEDED
THE BEST $ FOR INVENTORY
Temporary Staff- AUDITING
ing Co. in this work Multi Check
area. Labqr Find- Systems, Inc. has 1
ers needs you! position open in NW
Highest Pay, Best FI. area. Mon Fri
Assignments. day time only. No
$6.50-$12.00 per overnight work. Ex-
hour paid daily. cellent working con-
Positions open editions. Good PSay.
daily. Have A Must have dependa-
Car? Earn extra ble car and phone.
$$. Open 5:30A.M. Experience is helpful
6-B Hollywood but *not necessary:
Blvd., FWB. Never We will train. If you
a fee. 850-243- can count accurately
2699 and' love to work
with people this is
BARTENDER the job for you. Call
NEEDED Gerry at (850) 682-
Must be able to join 2450 Between 3:00
VFW or Ladies Aux. pm and
before working. 682- 7: 00prm
5552



Drivers Needed
Rinker Materials is one of the nations largest
suppliers of concrete ready mix. We currently
have openings for Class B or higher CDL driv-
ers at our sites in Crestview& Ft. Walton.
Rinker Materials currently employs 10,500
employees at 381 sites across 31 states. We
offer great pay, health & retirement plans, plus
more. Rinker Materials ia an EOE & Drug free
work place.
Stop in today and apply at one of these sites:
5420 Fairchild Rd, CrestvMew, FL 32538
1787 Fim Blvd., Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547




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OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT
Bulldozers
Backhoes
Loaders
Dump Trucks
Graders
Scrapers
Excavators
Train In Florida
National Certification
Financial Assistance
Job Placement Assistance
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com


105 ...
General Help

MONTESSORI
CHILDREN'S
HOUSE
Is hiring a teacher.
Send resume' to
1374 East Chestnut
Ave. Crestview
32539

EXPERIENCED
FULL time small en-
gine repair/ service
person needed.
Must have clean
driving record and
knowledge of diesel
and gasoline engine
repair/ servicing and
maintenance. Pay
DOE. Apply in per-
son at Crestview
Ready Rent, 311
James Lee Blvd.
Crestview Fl.


105 ...
General Help

ARE YOU TIRED of
driving an hour back
and forth to. work!
Carpenter and help-
ers needed, local
work. 18 years and
older. Hand tools re-
quired. Call 683-
8833, if no answer
leave a message.

ROOFERS
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
Crestview home re-
pair hiring hard
working roofers. All:.
workmen's comp
and insurances paid.
Salary based, long
term employment,
Not a "Pay by the
square short term
job. 682-5529


Employer Services
Representative
Will be responsible for building
and maintaining relationships with
businesses in the area with
regards to employment needs.
Customer service and computer
skills required. BA degree pre-
ferred. Valid Florida driver's license
required. EEO Employer
Position is located in Crestview.
Tq apply, fax.cover letter and
resume to (850) 833-9434.


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General Help

EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
Hiring for 2006 Post-
al Jobs! Average
earns $57K/Year!
Minimum start
$ 1 8 / hour .
Benefits/PD trying &
vacation, NO experi-
ence. 1-800-584-
1775
Ref. # 3601
NEED DRIVER with
a clean Class & E
License, positidln in-
cludes some- physi-
oal. labor. Apply, in
person at Crestview
Wholesale, 984 W.
James Lee Blvd.
Crestview.
SHADY GROVE
CHILD
DEVELOPMENT
CENTER
Uc. # Cot0k0061 is
taking applications
for VPK teacher May
call Diana ,at 537-
2774
NOW TAKING ap-
plications for Fire
Extinguisher Tech.
pay is DOR but not
required. Must have
driving license and
good driving record.
Apply at 696 E.
James Lee Blvd.
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL OF DESTIN
Now hiring all posi-
tions. Cooks, serv-
ers, cashiers. Apply
in person or call
269-3344. Located
at foot of Mid-Bay
Bridge. Good bene-
fits and up to 3 rais-
es In 1st year.
110
Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319
114
Medical
CNA'S NEEDED
11am to 7pm 3 to
11, 7am to 7pm on
weekends Call 423-
1228


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850-368-8180.


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Crestview Ashley
Home Store


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EXPERIENCED
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Do you want to be your own boss?
. Exciting new home based business opportunity
selling healthy chocolate food beverage.
For more information,
call 850-685-8772


TWIN HILLS Learn-
ing Center has an
opening for a care
giver/teacher. Call
689-1663
IN HOME
Counselor
Crestview
Bachelor level coun-
selors needed to
provide crisis inter-
vention, parenting
education on and
case management
services to at-risk
families in their
home. Please reply
to: Bridgeway Cen-
ter Inc. Human Re-
sources Dept., 137
Hospital Dr., FWB,
Fl. 32548. Walk-in
applications accept-
ed Mon, Wed, and
Fri 9 -12 Drug
Screening Required.
EOE/AA


RESIDENTIAL
PROGRAM
TECHNICIANS
Full- time position
with benefits now
available in Crest-
view. Evenings,
4pm-midnight. Will
work in residential
setting with com-
munity mental health
clients. HS diploma
or GED and valid Fl.
Drivers License with
no more than six
points required. Ex-
perience in mental
health field prefer-
red. Please reply to:
Bridgeway Center
Inc. Human Resour-
ces Dept. 137 Hos-
pital Dr. FWB, Fl
32548. Walk-in ap-
plications accepted
Mon. Wed. and Fri,
9-12. Drug Screen-
ing Required.
EOE/AA

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Quality CurT
& RESURFACING LL(


310
Business
Opportunities
MOTIVATED PRO-
FESSIONALS to
work at home part or
full time. Need to be
teachable with tele-
phone and computer
access, Call 682-
0456 after 5PM


315
Business Services


S CUSTOM CONCRETE LANDSCAPE BORDERS
if Color/Texture & Stamp Impressions Available
Specializing In Decorative Overlays Of New/Existing Concrete
r Pool Decks, Patios, Porches, office .
Driveways, Walks JOE McCARTHY/OWNER
I Licensed and Insured / Cell:
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(CURB)


315
Business Services
100 BUSINESS
CARDS for $10.00
Call 414-430-1744
or e-mail happybar-
gains@att.net
A-1 CONCRETE
Tear out old drive-
ways, ,some stamp
work, brick work
foundations.No job
too small or no job
too large, Licensed
and insured. 850-
200-2815
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266
320
Child Care
HOME CHILD care
has opening. Provid-
ing a quality rich
learning environ-
ment with fenced
yard. Call 689-2556
for more information,


325
Domestic
IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 533-0520
EGYPTIAN MUD
Pack. Herbal skin
care, out call only,
Miss Dusty 682-
6670 Senior dis-
count
RESIDENTIAL
HOUSEKEEPING
Light & heavy clean-
ing, organizing living
areas, closets, cabi-
nets, etc. Dependa-
ble, references
available Okaloosa
County area. 682-
9533
WILLOW'S
DUST
BUNNIES
General Cleaning
We clean homes,
business and new
construction. Refer-
ences, Free esti-
mates supplies fur-
nisher. Licensed. Bi
weekly or weekly.
682-2009

332
Watch & Clock
Repair


SOUTHJkItN
LAWN CARE
---Free Estimates---
Commercial Residential
Quality Lawn Care with
Dependable Service & Reasonable Rates!
Office 850-682-3098
Mobile 850-259-1840
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SNew Constnruction
Tree and Stump Remova Sod
Mini Excavaton Drain
Free Estimates Licensed and Insured
DependableAnd CoudeousSevice (850) 685-2792


332
Watch & Clock
Repair
ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after
hours 682-2844
337
Concrete
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years in the busi-
ness. 423-0255
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
DOUGLAS.
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
.censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


340
Home Repair
CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
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years experience,
no job too small.
Home repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066
WINDHAM
CONST.
For all home
repair,
Decks, Fences,
Carports, Utility
sheds, patios, trim,
window & door re-
placement, Free
estimates Good
Service, Licensed
and insured. Call
today! 537-8810 or
850-306-5387


340
Home Repair

Plumbing
and Repair
Service
Faucets, Toilets,
Vanities & Hot
Water Heaters
Robert
Brewer
Wetless Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
$ &.Insured.

KEN'S PAINTING
& HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
LLC
Specializing in re-
paints, sheetrock&
texture. House and
mobile home relev-
eling. All your home
repair needs. 850-
826-1275
LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences Call Terry
902-3928

MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.









RICHARD ADAMS
pressure washing.
Spring cleaning spe-
cials, call us now for
guaranteed lowest
rates and appoint-
ment 423-1223

RANDY LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.

Interior, Exterior,
Free Estimates.
Specialize in
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375/240-
8443.
WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Quality home main-
tenance repairs and
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured. 537-
9955/259-6170


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2006


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas

JUST REDUCED!
Lovely home In North
Crestview. All brick
with circle drive with
parking leading to side
of house also. Some
rooms have been
repainted. There is a
11xl storage shed
and tons of fruit trees.
$229,000
BRAND NEw HOME!
Great open house plan
with kitchen opening
to great room. Has all
builder warranties.
Master bath has his
and hers walk-In
closets. The patio is
12x14. Very nice.
$234,900
WELCOME HOME this
contemporary all brick
home. Open floor plan,
r 9str bedroom and
dining room with tray
ceilings, mstr bath has
Jacuzzi tub and
separate shower.
Custom cabinets,
lighting and mirrors.
$249,700
THIS 2/2 CUSTOM
HOME just minutes
from Eglin AFB,
shopping and airport.
All brick with 3 car
detached garage,'
Open kitchen, dining
and. living room,
double French doors
leadt'6 screened in
porch. Very nice.
$260,000
IN THE CITY AND ON A
MAN ROAD. May be
able to re-zone to
commercial due to
location. Two barns
each at 16x24 convey,
whole yard fenced,
oversized screened
porch" and so much
more. $275,000
THIS HOME SITS ON A
2 ACRE LOT with lots
of- g trees. All rooms in
hq~e arwespacious.
witharge closets.
maribl "bathroom
vanities. Could be
considered for future
investment property.
$289,900


Outstanding Agents.
Ountmrsting Results.


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Agency One, Inc.
682-8309 or 678-8919
To Frelf (800) 239-8309
301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
EACH OFFICE
INDEPENDENTLY OWNED
AND OPERATED
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THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
New
Construction:

Lot 15 Eagle Way
3/2 1320 s/f
All Brick Home

205 Golf Course
Drive 3/2 2,010 s/f
All Brick Home


107 Golf Course Drive
3/2 2,333 s/f
All Brick Home

2109 Hagood Loop
4/3 3,000 s/f
All brick Home

2811 Phil Tyner Rd
4/3.5 2,500 s/f
Brick Home
Homes:
217 White Oak
3/2 Gunite Pool,
2 Dbl garages
5572 Old Bethel Rd
3/2 1900 s/f Stucco
1 acre on lake
4020 Nikki Lane
3/2 5 acres with
private Lake
122 Chessher Ct
3/3 Two master
suites, large work shop
265 Holland St
3/1 1200 s/f All
brick home in town
51 Loftin St
3/1 1.1 acres
down town Defuniak
620 Merioneth Dr
4/2 2 Story in
Kenwood, Ft Walton Beach
Land:
Numerous large
parcels of
farm/residential land.

Numerous lots for
residential

Several Commercial
parcels




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Connection
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FOR HIRE Bushog-
ging, leveling, back-
hoe, post hole drill-
ing, front end loader,
will haul. Garden till-
ing, tractor work and
carpentry work of
any type, including
vinyl siding 682-
1045, daytime 682-
2880 after 5:30, Cell
978-0363
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142


LOT CLEARING
AND
DEMOLITION.
CHEAP
682-2075.


BEAUTIFUL FOX VALLEY HOME!
This all brick 4BR/3BA 3,000 sq.ft. home is under
construction. This home has split bedroom plan,
great master suite, 2 car garage, formal living/din-
ing room, breakfast area and Florida room.
$340,000 #409520
EXECUTIVE TRI-LEVEL home with view of
Choctawhatchee Bay. This elegant home has over
3,000 sq.ft., oversized pool and large pool house
with many more amenities too many to list.
$505,000 #413954
COUNTRY LIVING 4 Acres of cleared land
with newly renovated mobile home.
$99,000 #413374

Cecil Elledge

Cell:

(850) 865-3854


Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
Pelican 5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
Sl. www.pelicanproperty.com


345
Lawn Care
ACCEPTING
CONTRACTS
for 2006.
Crestview Home Re-
pair & Improvement,
LLC has just added
a Lawn Service Di-
vision, and is ac-
cepting contracts for
the 2006 season.
Contract can be
seasonal or 1 year
with discounts,
Competitive Rates.
Quality work, Gener-
al cleanup, debris
hauling with Hy-
draulic trailers...
Free Estimatesl!l LI-
CENSED AND IN-
SURED. We have
flat rates for "One -
Time call-in service
of $65. for the first
hour, then residen-
tial rate is $35. per
hour, and Commer-
cial Rate is $50. per
hour. Call or Fax the
office with your
needs. 682-5529
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850-225-1718

J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
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and Insured. Call
537-7412.
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MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
PruningOne time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
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HERITAGE Prod-
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beyond. Larry L.
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or

682-7718


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Lois, HOMES, & ACREAGE
MELISSA COVE: 3BR/2BA Like
new $183,600.

KEYSER MILL RD: 3BR/2BA on
1 acre $109,900,

DAD'S RD: 2 Story on 3 acres.
Reduced $230,000

LAND ADJOINING BLACKWATER.
CALL ME!


... MLS


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Realty, Inc. --


452,Apartments
For Rent
BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portuhity.

BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $40 daily
$200 ely
-'Furrished efficiency
$225 weekly 682-
4466
ONE B/R upstairs
Apt. Water, garbage,
sewage furnished
$400. mo. $400. DD
no pets 1 yr. Lease
850-834-4767 for
appointment.

454
Commercial
OFFICE Space for
rent in Southgate of-
fice complex, con-
venient to shopping
and schools. $625
per month for more
information call
(850) 683-3939

456
Homes For Rent

2002 CUSTOM
Country Home 3/2
garage North Crest-
view $1200 rent/ de-
posit NO smoking 1
yr. lease. 865-2593
363 A Brackin St.
2/1 $550., 126
Hampton Dr. 2/1.5
$585., 131 Jeff Dr.
3/2 $850., 110 Cab-
ana 3/2 $1050., 445
Wingard St, 3/2
$1050., 218 Lustan
Drive. 4/2 $1100.,
903 Pinellas 3/2
$1100., 4737 White-
water Ln 3/2/
$1200., 1812 Water-
bury Rd. 3/2 $1300.
343-Powell Dr. 3/3
$1300., 3503 Shirley
Ct. 4/3 $1495., 2133
Hagood Lp 4/3
$1650.
*ERA
American Realty
of Northwest
Floridalnc.
682-4822
or 651-5717
Equal Housing Opp.


456
Homes For Rent

3BR/1BA LOCAT.
ED in Milligan. No
pets rent $800.
Damage deposit
$400. 902-0035
3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
home, Days 682-
5533 night & week-
ends 652-2553.
4BD/2BA HOME
Large fenced, back
yard, immaculate
newer home.
$1,300. month &
$1300. DD. 585-
8414
FOR LEASE with
option to buy
2BR/1BA 1,200
sq/ft on 3/4 acre cor-
ner lot. $1,100. per
month 3310 'Auburn
Rd. 682-0791
HOUSE FOR
LEASE
North of Baker 3 br.
1.5 ba, AC//H
&Appls. Large
fenced yard. No
pets. No smoking.
House will accom-
modate a couple
and 1-2 children.
$800. month $800.
security deposit.
Rent includes curb
side garbage pick up
and once a- month
yard mowing Call
537-2561 Ref. re-
quired.
COLDWELL
BANKER JME
"Realty... -.---
117 CourthIQuse.
Terrace
Crestview FI. 32536
Equal Housing Op-
portunity
376 Panama Dr.-
3bed/1bath 1,012
sq.ft. $575., 218
Virginia St. -
2bed/1.5bath 1,152
sq.ft. $650., 222
Runnymeade Dr. -
.2bed/1.5 bath 930
sq.ft. $675. 2861
Airport Rd. -
3bed/1.5 bath bo-
nus rm. 1,786 sq.
ft. $925. 34 Regent
Rd. 3bed/1bath -
1,418 sq.ft. $1,050.
1643 Dads Rd.
Baker 3 Bed/2bath
1,534 sq. ft. -
$1,200. Horses al-
lowed, 9 acres. -
1008 Shoal River -
3bed/3bath bonus
rm. 2,372 sq. ft.
$1,375. 353 River-
chase Blvd. -
3bed/2bath Bonus
Rm. 2,348 sq.ft. -
$1,250. 228 River-
chase Blvd
4bed/2bath 2,555
sq.ft. $1,500. For
further information
visit www.emerald-
coasthomesonkune.
com

460 Mobile Homes
NORTH CREST-
VIEW 3/2 16X80
MH, Very clean &
quiet park,
$700/mo., $700/DD,
No pets 902-0604

462
Rooms For Rent

ELDERLY GEN-
TLEMAN needs
roommate to live'
and help around
house $75. wk, ne-
gotiable
537-9658


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556
Homes For Sale
1.74 ACRE Farm
North Crestview
3bd/2ba, remodeled
home. Call Glenn at
Exit Realty 850-836-
5647
1/2 ACRE CORNER
LOT 2/Ba 2/Bd.
Brick home, fenced
back yard, new car-
pet, tile, kitchen cab-
inets, also includes
side by side refriger-
ator washer & dryer.
$189,000 Call 682-
8566 leave mes-
sage.
ATTENTION
DEVELOPERS
BUILDERS
-Old house on two
lots. 302 Booker
Street. Crestview.
Please call 689-
5100 or 305-3853
BEAUTIFUL 3 acre
parcel on Lake can
be divided into two
lots. Has mfg. log
home. 3br/2ba G/R
with fireplace,
screened in porch.
Priced to sell
$195,000. 5302 Clint
Mason Rd. Call to-
day 850-240-7787
Susie. Spence Re-
max Southern Real-
ty
CRESTVIEW 7
homes for sale.
Takes money, seri-
ous need only apply
623-3112
EXECUTIVE HOME
built on 1 1/2 acre
lot Price to sell was
$425,000. Now
$395,500. Shown by
appointment only
(850) 240-6771
FOR SALE
2BR/1BA 1,200 sq-ft
on 3/4 acre comer
lot $175,000. 3310
Auburn Rd Owner fi-
nancing available
682-0791


A MUST SEE
In heart of Crestview
3bd/3ba 1250 sq. ft.
brick home, single
car garage, ceramic
tile, wood floors,
marble bath, stain-
less kitchen on
136'x200' lot Land-
scaped yard, large
workshop, covered
carport. $205K 850-
585-1574
LAKE FRONT Brick
Home. 3 bd. 2 ba.
908 Anderson St.
Large Deck newly
renovated $275,000
Call 689-2975
SELLING OR mov-
ing? Get residence
ready, cleaning and
packing get more
$$$ for Sale. Refer-
ences available 682-
9553


24 Hour Towing Service

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Towing Manager

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Homes For Sale
UNDER
CONSTRUCTION
BUILDER
REDUCED!
3BR/2BA HOME
W/1CAR GARAGE
IN MOSSY HEAD,
PRICED TO SELL
AT $139,900! COM-
PLETION MARCH
2006! CALL BUR-
GESS TEAM OF
NWF, INC. 585-
0662

560
Land For Sale

1 ACRE LOT
ON AIRPORT RD.
Seller is motivated!
Bring offers! List
Price: $70,000. Call
Burgess Team of,
NWF, Inc. 585-0662
2.24 ACRES com-
pletely fenced,
12x20 workshop
with electricity, deep
'well & ybV'rsized
septic lank. N;ce
trees, blueberry
bushes & pecan
trees. Teel & Waters
Real Estate
Call
Irene Russell
@
682-6156
2.24 BEAUTIFUL
acres on paved
road, deep well,
oversize, septic.
12x20 workshop
w/mobile home,
fenced-horses al-
lowed. Call Irene or
James 682-6156
75X100 CORNER
lot cleared for build-
ing. Two blocks from
elementary school &
middle school 682-
8029
9 ACRES for sale by
owner. Trees and
pasture land 12
miles North of Flora-
la AL $5,200. per
acre. Call 850-769-
1897

WATERFRONT
LOTS IN
LAKE ARTHUR
ESTATES!
Fishing, picnic area
& tennis courts all
available! $89,900
PER W/F LOT! Call
Burgess Team of
NWF, Inc. 585-0662

















706
Livestock Supplies

PERENNIAL PEA-
NUT hay for horses
and goats $5.00 per
bale (850) 834-3881

708
Pets

MALE CHIHUAHUA
puppy for sale Tea-
cup $325. Call Di-
ane 652-4122

WEIMARINER
FULL Blood with pa-
pers, taking deposits
850-836-5647


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802
Antiques

AUCTION!
Friday Feb. 17th at
5:30PM. Preview
Thur. 10am to 5pm.
Please join us, as
we will be auctioning
to the highest bidder
a full 40' container of
English Antiques
and collectables.
Lots of Wardrobes,
Sideboards, Curio
cabinets, tables and
chairs. Plus lots of
-china, glass, bnc-a-
bracs: -...........
Garrett & Garrett.
Garrett Auction
Company
W.J. Garrett
AU# 2727
AB# 2107
151 So. E. Eglin
Pkwy. Ft. Walton
Bch. Fl.
(850) 244-7453
5% Buyers premi-
um. Come see us I
RON'S ANTIQUES
Furniture, glass-
ware, clocks & clock
repair. Buy/Sale/ Es-
tates Mon. Fri, 9-5
/ Sat. 9-2. 213 N.
Main St. 689-1007
or 305-2441

806
Appliances
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer;
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!0
SBS REFRIGERA-
TOR with ice $150.
Frost free Refrigera-
tor $152. 30" Electric
stove $50. All in
good condition 652-
4019
814
Furniture

SOFA HIDE-A-
BED,
dark colors
$120.,
Two rocker reclin-
ers, beige colors,
one leather, one mi-
cro fiber, best offer.
Large entertainment
center with two
matching tables with
drawers, light wood
fluted trim. Large
solid pine table with
large pine chairs,
newer design $220.
Chest with dresser
with mirror $120.
much more call 682-
0348
SINGLE BED mat-
tress box spring with
headboard $335..
Dining room table w/
leaf, & six chairs
$365. Dryer one yr.
old $150. Ph. 682-
6562 / 305-8422


814
Furniture

ROUND OAK table
w chairs. Pine bed-
room set Queen.
Sofa, coffee table,
end table 585-8414

818
Lawn Equipment

05 SNAPPER lawn
mower .w/ catcher/
trailer 12.5 hp, 28"
cut $1100. OBO
850-689-0419

826
Sporting Goods

PING IRONS-3 thru
PW,UW,SW (10)
Green Dot, Like new
$390 689-8080

828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR

DONALDSON
SATELLITE
3535 S.FerdonBvd., j
Factory authorized l
T.V. & VCR Repair
for Zenith, RCA, GE,
Phillips, Magnavox
Sharp & Emerson.
We buy working and
non-working Direct
TV receivers. 682-
4831


829
Garage Sales
MOVING SALE!
2/18 6:30am-
12:00pm Everything
must go! All offers
considered lots of
furniture, clothing,
bikes, ect. 165 Oak
Terrace Dr. Crest-
view 2nd left of John -
King Rd.

TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-':
placement order;. ;'
Call Jackie 682-'
4305. or 689-4744

YARD SALE 2/18-
7am-5pm a lot of
new clothes from
children to adult and
housewares, exer-
cise machine, carpet
ect. 1226 Northview
Dr. Come see great
deals

YARD SALE Gas
grill, bicycle, hobby
horse, childs picnic
table, infant car
seat, glider rocker,
much more. Fol-
low signs to 90 W.
to 545 Mayo Trail.
Postponed if rain
8am-?

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

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Service
Available
16 Years of Service
DANIEL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
S850O-537-3828
523 HWY 90 WEST, HOLT, FA


FOR SALE BY OWNER
SMontCa1985
I Monte Carlo


* 826-0060


* $49S5OR'-*


New Custom Paint, Grey & Maroon
Metallic, V-8, New Tires,
Tilt Wheel, Runs Great!

FOR SALE BY OWNER
2000
Bay Boat


* $8500 682-3899 *
17' Center Console
90HP Yamaha & Trailer, Includes
Marine Radio.
VERY NICE! 174 HouRs!


Bed & Dresser 9MM DERRINGER
$100. 19" monitor New $100. Snapper
JVC Stereo $200 riding mower $350.
model car collection, Extension fiber glass
golf clubs 682-3921 ladder0624' $100.


FIRE WOOD
FOR
SALE 682-7492
CELL 546-1218


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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

RECYCLE
,. HERE
', 'FOR THE
I.EST RATE
AP,
FLORIDA
FENCE &
DECK, INC.
4840 SOUTH
FERDON BLVD.
689-6736
www.allflorida
fenceanddeck
TWO PUSH mowers
like new $75. and
$125. Pressure
washer $50. older
model Craftmans
riding lawn mower
with new mower
Deck $200. Call
(850) 537-4566


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
LOFT STYLE Bunk
Bed w/dresser and
desk $200., stereo
system $75, chest
of drawers $50, gas
lawn mower $30,
riding lawn mower
(needs blade) $40
call 758-5629 or
902-1475.


904
Cars
1991 CHRYSLER
Le Baron, New paint
job, new tip, Runs
great needs fuel
pump. $3,000. OBO.
1984 Ford LTD good
second car needs
starter $300. OBO.
48" cut Scag lawn
mower with sulky,
$2,500. OBO Call-
682-8029
2000 XTER-
RA 4X4
RED
loaded tow package
140K, all open road
wxcl. condition
$8,700. Firm Call
(850) 537-4566
after 6pm.
905
Auto Repair


905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE
AUTO
PAINTING
includes Body work
and ma-terials $400.
Free pick up and
d e liv e r y .
682-2075.
906
Boats
14FT. COLLINS
Boat! 25 H.P. Evin-
rude/ Elec Start
Galvanized Tilt Trail-
er $1,700. 682-3895
912
Motor Homes
TRAVELER 1996
33' w/ one slideout
fully loaded call any-
time -758-6223- or
682-1455 after
6:00pm.


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
2002 JEEP Wran-
gler Sport Soft top
44k miles, automatic
A/C asking $15,000.
call 585-1574
918
Trucks
1983 4X4 S10 Blaz-
er. Good parts truck,
runs. $500. OBO
683-3579 or 758-
6649
LOFT STYLE Bunk
Bed w/dresser and
desk $200., stereo
system $75, chest
of drawers $50, gas
lawn mower $30,
riding lawn mower
(needs blade) $40
call 758-5629 or
902-1475


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