The Bay beacon

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The Bay beacon
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By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The first time you do anything, it can be difficult to know what's required. The first traffic circle on a major road in Niceville was completed earlier this year on Rocky Bayou Drive, adjoining the Publix shopping center and First Presbyterian Church of Niceville. Reviews have been mixed. Niceville resident Carol Rose said of motorists using the new roundabout, "I have had people blow their horns, especially those approaching from Rocky Bayou Drive. Some seem to believe they have the right of way, perhaps because they are on the 'main' road. Others completely stop, unsure what to do if anyone else is approaching or already in the circle." Rose did say, however, that she thinks the traffic flow has been better since the circle went in. Lt. Joe Whitfield of the Niceville Police Department explained how to correctly navigate the circle. "When you approach that traffic circle, it's like a yield area. If it is clear, you don't have to come to a complete stop. You can enter the traffic circle. If there's a vehicle in the roundabout, you have to yield to that vehicle." Whitfield added that people should use their blinkers if they are making turns out of the circle. "If you were eastbound (coming from John Sims Parkway) and By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The 2014 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test scores are out from the Florida Department of Education. The scores are used to determine state-awarded school grades, which in turn play a large role in teacher bonuses. Okaloosa County students did well overall, with gains in most areas. "Our scores are starting to rise again," Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Marcus Chambers said," and we have a strong plan in place as we move forward." Sixty-eight percent of 3rd to 10th grade students in the county passed the reading portion of the test, an increase of one percent over last year. In the state, 58 percent of students in grades 310 were performing at or above Achievement Level 3 (Passing) on FCAT 2.0 Reading, also up one percent from last year. Sixty-six percent of 3rd to 8th grade students passed the mathematics portion in the county, an increase of 2 percent. Another 63 percent of 8th graders passed science in the county, which was a 2 percent decrease from last year. Chambers commented on the scores, "I think as a district, we are pleased with the scores this year. In many grade levels, we are in the top ten in the state." As in the past, Collegiate High School at Northwest Florida State College was a top performer. It tied with two other schools for the highest percentage of students passing the 10th grade reading section of the FCAT this year at 99 percent. Niceville High School was next highest in Okaloosa County in 10th grade reading, coming in 22nd with 78 percent of students passing. Baker High School performed at the next highest level in the county, ranking 27th with 73 percent passing in reading. Choctawhatchee followed in 33rd place with 67 percent passing and Fort Walton Beach High School was at 35th with 65 percent passing the 10th grade reading test. Crestview High School was 40th with 60 percent of students passing. The average in the state for 10th graders in reading was 55 percent passing. Only Laurel Hill, Choice High School and Technical Center and Okaloosa Academy in the county were below that average. T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n 50Wednesday, June 11, 2014 info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 10 Pages, 2 Sections, 7 Inserts Wed., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Blood drive at Northwest Florida State College, Niceville. All donors receive a T-shirt.Thurs., 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Teen Movie Day at the Valparaiso Community Library with a showing of "Vampire Academy," rated PG-13, and "Robocop," rated PG-13. Snacks will be served. Under 12 must be supervised. 729-5406. Fri., 1:30 p.m. Read to Baci, a reading program for children 7 and older involving a Bichon Frise therapy dog, will be at the Niceville Public Library. 279-4863 ext. 1514. Sat., 6 p.m. Libby and Friends Gospel Concert Ministry presents The Workmen Quartet of Gulf Breeze at the Central Baptist Church, 951 South Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. $10 donation requested at the door. 496-7106. COMINGUP Area schools score high on FCAT Honoring the fallenThe Field of Valor honoring fallen U.S. service members in Iraq and Afghanistan since Sept. 11, 2001, opened Saturday at the Mullet Festival grounds, Niceville. The display, sponsored by the Niceville Exchange Club, is made of 347 flags and will remain open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. throughout the week. Here, "Taps" is played during the opening ceremony.Beacon photo by Dave Shelikoff Beacon photo by Dave ShelikoffNiceville High School Class of 2014 graduates celebrate after the school's 47th commencement ceremony Thursday. The 458 grads were offered more than $11 million in college scholarships.Very go-roundMixed reviews for 1st traffic circle Police Blotter, page A-4 Please see GO-ROUND, page A-3Niceville High graduates 458 Please see FCAT, page A-6 Blowing smoke in Valp.City plans to test sewer system By Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent Where there is smoke, there is usually firebut not always. If you see white smoke in Valparaiso today or tomorrow coming from manholes, storm drains, or perhaps even within your own home, it may not mean that there is a fire, but that the city is probing its sewer system. During a meeting of the Valparaiso City Commission on Monday, city Public Works Director James Valandingham briefed commissioners on the tests scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday of this week. He explained that to test the citys sewer system for leaks, city workers will pump in non-toxic, white, theatrical smoke similar to the harmless white smoke trailed from jet planes by aerial demonstration teams such as the Air Force Thunderbirds. City workers will then be able to detect any leaks in the sewage system by observing where smoke escapes. Because homes and businesses are also connected to the Please see SMOKE, page A-2 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersA car cuts across the circular safety zone around the new traffic circle on Rocky Bayou Drive in between the Publix shopping center and First Presbyterian Church of Niceville.

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By David O. Miller Niceville Many people appear unaware we have a USO facility in our local community. Thanks to the generosity of Okaloosa County leaders, we have a USO facility located inside Northwest Florida Regional Airport. For more than 70 years, United Service Organizations (USO) has been a bridge between the American people and our men and women serving in our Nations military armed services all around the world. Our local USO Freedom Lounge facility was dedicated on June 22, 2010, almost four years ago. Our USO provides goods and services to our nations military men and women and their families who live in or visit our local community. USO is a non-profit organization totally sustainable by donations from the community in which we serve. We receive no funding from federal or local governments to sustain our operations and mission. Our mission is to lift the spirits of Americas troops, and families, providing the comfort of a home away from home. We strive to provide support and assistance to our nations active duty military men and women, and their families, on a daily basis, seven days a week. Over the past three years, USO Freedom Lounge has assisted over 3,000-plus military members and their dependents each month. Our support and assistance could not have been possible without your generosity and donations such as Sams and Wal-Mart gift cards, numerous non-perishable snack items and other needed donations. On behalf of our USO leadership and volunteers who serve, we say, Thank you and hope you will continue to support our mission and needs, as we create a friendly, fun, and safe place for our nations heroes and their families. Our center of the universe is our military, and well do everything in our power to provide enjoyable experiences at USOFreedom Lounge located at Northwest Florida Regional Airport. city sewage system, there is a possibility that if there is a leak in the sewage plumbing of a building, some of the white smoke may appear. Citizens who see such smoke should contact the city public works department at 729-5407, or call the main city hall office at 7295402. Valparaiso Fire Chief Mark Norris said that the non-toxic smoke to be used in the sewer test is unlike the smoke that usually occurs in a house fire. Smoke from a house fire, he said, is usually dark, and has a strong, unpleasant odor. Smoke from an electrical fire may be somewhat lighter in color, but will still be darker than the smoke used in the sewer test, and smoke from electrical fires is often accompanied by the electric smell of ozone. The smoke to be used in the sewer test is much lighter in color, and has little or no odor. Norris added, however, that any homeowner who detects smoke within their home, and suspects that it may be coming from a real fire, is encouraged to dial 911 to summon firefighters. Norris and Valandingham said that during the sewer test, both of their departments will be in constant contact with the Okaloosa County 911 dispatch center to coordinate responses, and to ensure that fires, if any, are properly responded to, while any homeowner who finds smoke from the test inside their home is provided assistance in having any leaks in their sewer system repaired. It was also announced during Mondays city commission meeting that Valparaisos Twin Cities Park will be closed on July 3 and July 5 to allow loading and unloading of the barge used to launch fireworks over Boggy Bayou during the annual Valparaiso-Niceville Independence Day fireworks display on July 4. The city will close the boat launch ramp at Lincoln Park on July 4, to make room for other holiday activities at that park, including the early morning July 4 biathlon running and swimming race, picnics and childrens games later in the day, and the large crowd expected at Lincoln Park to view the fireworks display that evening. In other business during Mondays city commission meeting, city commissioners approved a request for a variance to city zoning to allow Donnie and Lu Morris, of 245 S. Bayshore Dr., to add parking across the street from their home, nearer the water. In their request for a variance, the Morrises said that their property is on a curve of Bayshore Drive that limits visibility and poses hazardous conditions to through traffic. Parking of extra vehicles on the street at that location, they said, would create a safety issue. They further stated that additional parking is needed for their own vehicles and those of guests who may visit their home. They said the paving blocks used to make the new parking area will provide an aesthetically pleasing patio to entertain guests as they enjoy the Toms Bayou. During the commission meeting, some of the Morrises' neighbors addressed the commission, opposing the variance, saying that it would set a bad precedent which might allow other property owners to pave over too much of their own property, and that the paving might have a bad effect on storm water drainage and on the aesthetics of the local environment. Other neighbors, however, spoke in defense of the Morrises, saying that it would be better to provide a paved parking area than to have people park on the grass, and that they did not think the paving plan would create an eyesore or cause any other problems. Following the discussion, the commission approved the Morrises' request, with the understanding that the new parking area will comply with city regulations for paved surfaces. The city commission also approved a previously-rejected request to expand a dock belonging to Mike Bennes, on Highland Street along the shore of Toms Bayou. The request had previously been rejected by the commission because of concerns that the dock expansion might interfere with boat traffic or with neighbors ability to access their own docks along the bayou. Bennes, however, recently provided the city with a survey report and other information showing that his proposed dock expansion would create no such harm. After some discussion, the commission unanimously approved Bennes request to expand his dock. In other business, the commission heard from Valparaiso resident Obie OBrien, who asked how long it would be before the city reopens a 700foot section of North Bayshore Drive along Toms Bayou north of John Sims Parkway. OBrien said the unpaved road has been closed while the city makes landscaping improvements to help control storm water runoff, but that the closure makes it more difficult for local residents to gain access to their property. City Commissioner Joe Morgan told OBrien that there have been difficulties in making the stormwater improvements, such as the necessity to repair a stormwater retention dam and get some sod to properly take root near Bayshore Drive. He said the road would be open as soon as possible, but that the citys first priority is to control storm water runoff in order to protect the quality of water in Toms Bayou. He said he expects to be able to provide more specific information to OBrien by the end of this week regarding how much longer the road will be closed.Page A-2 Wednesday, June 11, 2014 THEBAYBEACON Graduate Gemologist Bill Kirsh, formally with Vandegriff Jewelers, has joined our staff. Call to make an appointment for your insurance scheduling. 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KentEditor and PublisherBunni FarnhamAdvertising RepresentativeCandice LeggeGraphic ArtistAngela Yuriko SmithEditorial AssistantKaron DeyBookkeeper Cheryle ValentineReceptionistThe Bay Beacon and Beacon Express, incorporating the Bluewater Breeze, is published every Wednesday by Bayou Enterprises Inc. Free total-market home delivery to Niceville, Valparaiso, Bluewater Bay and Seminole, as well as midWalton County from Villa Tasso to Basin Bayou, including Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104. One year, electronic subscription, $52. All submissions for publication become property of The Bay Beacon.Niceville s NewspaperSara KentMarketing Director SMOKEFrom page A-1 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersValparaiso city workers will inject harmless smoke into the sanitary sewer system this week to test it for leaks. Letters to the EditorLetters to the editor on any subject are welcome. To allow room for all views, please keep your letters short. Also, don t forget to sign them and include your phone number. We reserve the right to edit or refuse any submissions. Please send items to: The Beacon 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, FL 32578 Fax: 1-888-520-9323 Email: info@baybeacon.com Airport's USO Freedom Lounge prepares to mark its 4th year Beacon photoThe USO Freedom Lounge at Northwest Florida Regional Airport was dedicated on June 22, 2010.

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you were going to turn into the Presbyterian Church, you should use your right blinker turn signal," he said. "It is not required but they should use the blinker for safety reasons. Going West toward John Sims and turning into Publix, you should the use right blinker." Niceville Public Works Director Bruce Price said, "We've never had them in Niceville before. It's like anything else, people have got to get accustomed to them." Price said, "Ive received some complaints and Ive observed some complaints about people not properly entering and exiting the circle." He added, "When you enter the circle itself theres a median and theres also a marked safety zone. The idea is for people to take that circular path." The city approved the design for the 20 m.p.h. circle submitted by Gustin, Cothern & Tucker on behalf of Publix developer Valparaiso Realty, but Price said he thinks there might need to be some additional modifications. He said he has noticed larger center medians areas in roundabouts in Destin and elsewhere. He also has looked into larger raised delineators to be placed on the ground around the safety zone that make noise when you go over them. Others have spoken to City Councilman Daniel Henkel about the new traffic feature. Yes, I did have some people who were questioning whether or not it was adequate for their safety," Henkel said. "They were concerned for people coming from John Sims to the Ruckel airport that it was almost a straight shot there and they thought there might be more problems." Henkel brought these concerns to the Public Works Department. The Niceville Police Department has also received complaints. Whitfield said, "The traffic on Rocky Bayou is cutting across instead of going through the safety zone. What some people are doing is theyre just cutting straight through. Thats the bulk of our complaints." Price said that Valparaiso Realty, the developer who had the circle designed and installed on the public roadway, has put in raised pavement markers to help define the areas where cars are supposed to drive. "But people are still not observing that," said Price. He said the center median of the circle is not very large and people are cutting through the marked pavement and not following the path. It's a busy road. A Niceville police device counted 3,443 vehicles going back and forth on Rocky Bayou Drive on April 11 between 8 a.m. and 4:50 p.m., not even including the evening rush hour traffic. The speed limit in the traffic circle and its environs is 20 m.p.h. Elsewhere on Rocky Bayou Drive, to the east, the city reduced the speed limit from 30 m.p.h. to 25 m.p.h. On May 11, nearly two-thirds of the drivers exceeded the 25 m.p.h. limit, although only about 7 percent were clocked at over 34 m.p.h., according to a count conducted by a police device. A spokesperson from Valparaiso Realty said speeding is a problem on Rocky Bayou Drive and he had been contacted about it even five or six years ago. Of the traffic circle, the developer said, "It was a way of providing full access to everyone. It's a great way of slowing traffic down and giving equal access to the road." Price is also concerned about the new traffic circle at the Revell Drive service road on the east side of the Walmart and says he will talk to Valparaiso Realty about it before it becomes fully functional and is connected by the service road to the Publix parking lot. First Presbyterian Church Deacon David Hull, who is in charge of the church's building and grounds, said he has not heard of any problems on Sundays from people leaving the church. "I think it eases egress from the church and possibly eases ingress as well." He added, "As people get used to it, I'm talking about the general public, I think it'll just be better and better." 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ArrestsOn May 27, Thomas Jared Taylor, 30, of 1854 Edge Ave., Niceville, was booked into the Walton County jail for simple assault with intent/threat to do violence. He was released later that day. * On May 27, Mary Catherine Harpster, 50, of 364 Madison Ave., Valparaiso, was booked into the Walton County jail for DUI. She was released later that day. * On June 1, Adam Blake Stephens, 33, of 204 Joseph Ave., Niceville, was booked into the Walton County jail for a misdemeanor probation violation. * On June 1, Valparaiso police arrested Ryan Kristoffer Peralta, 30, of 112 Air Force St., Fort Walton Beach, for one count each of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest stemmed from an incident on May 16, when a Valparaiso officer driving through the parking lot of the Tom Thumb store on John Sims Parkway saw a convertible parked next to a gas pump with Peralta trying to get gas. As the officer drove by, he observed a female hunched over in the passenger seat and not moving. Upon further investigation, the officer found that the female was healthy, and she departed on foot. However, the officer discovered that Peralta had an active Okaloosa County warrant for his arrest. After turning him over to a sheriffs deputy, the Valparaiso officer began an inventory of the vehicle so that it could be towed away from the gas pumps. The officer located two small cigars filled with a green leafy substance which field tested positive for THC. The officer also located a black case, which Peralta had said housed his electronic cigarette. When the officer examined the case to confirm its contents for inventory purposes, he found one used insulin syringe, a digital scale with suspected marijuana residue on it, a 50 gram weight for testing the accuracy of the scale, a clear plastic tray, the blade from a shaving razor, and a cloth pouchitems commonly used in preparing and ingesting illegal narcotics. The pouch contained two small glass vials containing a clear liquid, which field tested positive for methamphetamine.OtherOn May 21, the Walton County Sheriffs office received a report of fraud from a Choctaw Beach resident. The victim stated that he had checked his bank account and noticed a charge on his credit card from the Home Shopping Network for $155, despite having made no such purchase himself. The purchase was traced to a resident of Cincinnati, and the case was referred to the Cincinnati Police Department. The bank took care of the false credit charge, and issued the victim a new credit card. * On May 28, the Okaloosa Sheriffs Office responded to a reported residential burglary and theft of a firearm at an address on Live Oak St. in Niceville. * On May 28 Niceville police responded to an address on Als Drive, where someone had allegedly thrown a mug of beer at a mailman. * On May 29, Niceville police responded to an address on Kazmira Court regarding a report that two men had been seen in the parking lot with a gun and that shots had been heard. Two suspects were reported driving a sedan toward Old Bethel Road in Crestview, but were not found by Niceville, Crestview, or Okaloosa County officers. * On May 31, Niceville police responded to Elks boat and RV storage on Kelly Road, where a complainant reported that someone driving a vehicle had spun out with a vehicle in the gravel parking lot of the business, striking a cable pedestal box and knocking it over. * At 12:09 a.m., May 31, Niceville police responded to Tisas bar on John Sims Parkway regarding a disturbance. Witnesses indicated that one man, apparently intoxicated and angry over losing a game of pool, allegedly came at the other player with a raised pool cue. The alleged intended victim successfully defended himself by striking the alleged attacker on the head with a beer bottle. The alleged victim declined to press charges. The alleged attacker initially refused treatment by EMS for the bleeding wound on his head, then later went to Twin Cities Hospital and received treatment before being escorted off the grounds, but later that evening called for an ambulance to take him to the Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. He later apologized to police for his earlier behavior. Police BlotterThe following accounts of the activities of police are according to records of the Niceville and Valparaiso police departments, the Okaloosa County and Walton County sheriffs offices, other law-enforcement agencies, and the Okaloosa County and Walton County jails. Fire Department ReportsThe Niceville Fire Department responded to the following calls from June 2, 2014 through June 8, 2014. 0 Structure Fire18 Emergency Medical Calls 0 Vehicle Fire4 Vehicle Crash 0 Other Fire0 Vehicle Crash with Extrication 0 Illegal Burn5 Other Emergency Calls 0 False Alarms0 Hazardous Conditions STREET SITUATION DATE TIME Duncan/Roberts Dr.............Vehicle crash.................6/2/14.....................14:06 S.R. 85 N.............................Vehicle crash.................6/2/14.....................17:02 Sterling River Way..............Medical...........................6/2/14.....................20:15 Regatta Dr............................Medical...........................6/2/14.....................20:46 N. Palm Blvd........................Bomb scare...................6/2/14.....................21:04 E. John Sims Pkwy.............Alarm activation.............6/3/14.....................01:36 Hill Lane...............................Medical...........................6/3/14.....................04:10 E. John Sims Pkwy.............Medical...........................6/3/14.....................16:13 37 th Street...........................Medical...........................6/3/14.....................18:48 2 nd Street............................Medical...........................6/3/14.....................21:24 Ellis Ave................................Medical...........................6/4/14.....................13:09 Yacht Club Dr.......................Alarm activation.............6/4/14.....................13:54 E. John Sims Pkwy.............Alarm activation.............6/4/14.....................14:10 E. John Sims Pkwy.............Medical...........................6/4/14.....................17:23 Coral Dr,...............................Medical...........................6/5/14.....................07:32 Mulry Dr................................Medical...........................6/5/14.....................09:35 S. Palm Blvd........................Medical...........................6/5/14.....................10:49 E. John Sims Pkwy.............Vehicle crash.................6/5/14.....................13:21 26 th Street...........................Medical...........................6/6/14.....................06:56 McKinley St..........................Medical...........................6/6/14.....................13:21 W.John Sims Pkwy..............Vehicle crash.................6/6/14.....................20:30 Bayshore Dr.........................Medical...........................6/7/14.....................03:35 Hickory Ave..........................Medical...........................6/8/14.....................01:08 Royal Palm Dr.....................Medical...........................6/8/14.....................05:36 Kilcullen Dr...........................Medical...........................6/8/14.....................08:01 Nathey Ave..........................Medical...........................6/8/14.....................11:24 Bartonwood Ct.....................Service call.....................6/8/14.....................22:12 Weekly Safety Tip: Most fireworks burn injuries involve children. These burns are usually to the hands and eyes causing vision impairment and disfiguring scars. Sparklers are the biggest danger to children. A tip temperature at the end of the sparkler reaches 1800 degrees Fahrenheit and can easily cause a burn. The Niceville Fire Department has a Facebook page, check it out! Niceville North BayThe North Bay Fire Department responded to the following calls from June 2, 2014 through June 8, 2014. Street Situation Date Time Ridgewood Way...................Rescue......................................6/2/14................02:16 Napa Way.............................Medical......................................6/2/14................10:29 Canterbury Cv......................Medical......................................6/2/14................11:35 Windward Ln........................Medical......................................6/2/14................18:49 Palm Blvd.............................Bomb scare..............................6/2/14................21:08 Windward Ln........................Medical......................................6/2/14................22:37 E. John Sims Pkwy..............Electrical....................................6/3/14................01:40 Hidden Lakes Dr..................Good intent...............................6/3/14................09:51 White Point Rd.....................Medical......................................6/3/14................10:32 White Point Rd.....................Medical......................................6/3/14................16:09 N. White Point Rd................Medical assist...........................6/4/14................07:41 Pine St..................................Dispatched & cancelled...........6/4/14................09:29 Pine St..................................Medical assist...........................6/4/14................10:30 Pine St..................................Medical......................................6/4/14................18:01 Martinique Cv........................Water problem..........................6/4/14................23:00 N. White Point Rd................Medical assist...........................6/5/14................00:28 Oakmont Pl...........................Medical......................................6/6/14................06:33 Olde Post Rd........................Medical......................................6/6/14................11:07 Myrtlewood Ln......................Medical......................................6/6/14................12:28 Cat Mar Rd...........................Dispatched & cancelled...........6/6/14................16:57 Merchants Way....................Medical......................................6/7/14................06:44 Danbury Ct...........................Dispatched & cancelled...........6/7/14................17:16 N. Turnberry Cv....................Medical assist...........................6/7/14................18:48 Crystal Beach/Destin...........Cover assignment....................6/8/14................00:44 E. Highway 20......................Vehicle accident.......................6/8/14................16:44 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. This information is from reports by the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. A reward is offered by Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers, 863-8477, or 1-888-654-8477. Information can also be provided anonymously by texting TIP214 plus the message to CRIMES (274637)Okaloosa seeks fugitivesThis information is from reports by the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. Wanted As Of: 02/03/2014 VOP-Grand Theft & Failure to Appear Name: Ted Reagan Driscoll Sex: Male Race:Caucasian Age: 50DOB:07/13/1964 Height:6ft 4in Weight:210 lbs Hair:Brown Eyes:Brown Wanted as of: 10/14/2013 Larceny & Dealing in Stolen Property Name:Michael Christopher Feior Sex:Male Race:Caucasian Age: 40DOB:08/02/1974 Height:6ft 1in Weight:200 lbs Hair:Black Eyes:Green The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONPage A-4 Wednesday June 11, 2014 Decorating Den Interiors announces interior design showcase websiteCarol Stearns, owner of Decorating Den Interiors of Fort Walton Beach, announced the availability of a new website showcasing award-winning room makeovers from her companys 30th annual International Dream Room Competition. The website, www.decoratingden.com/dream-roomshowcase, features the top three makeovers in 12 categories as judged by an esteemed panel of international home furnishings journalists, explains Stearns. Visitors to the site can get great inspiration for their own homes. These makeovers were done by Decorating Den Interiors design professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada, and are real projects for real clients with real budgets, she said. The showcase categories are: Living rooms, family rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, childrens rooms, bathrooms, home offices, window treatments, outdoor spaces, commercial spaces, and miscellaneous. Decorating Den Interiors, founded in 1969, is North Americas largest home furnishings and interior design franchise company. Stearns has owned her franchise since 1984. Carol Stearns 1997 Nissan Maxima. Sold AS/IS. $1800. OBO. Call 850-5176134. NEWSPAPER DELIVERY Earn extra cash of $45 to $140 or more each week in your spare time! The Bay Beacon seeks a reliable independent contractor to insert, bag, and deliver newspapers Tuesday night. You must be over 21 and have a reliable vehicle, a good driving record, a Florida drivers license, and proof of current liability insurance. No collecting duties. Earnings vary according to route and work load. Stop by the Bay Beacon for an information sheet and to fill out an application. The Beacon 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville 678-1080 (Parkway East Shopping Center across from PoFolks) Newly renovated, spacious, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home, with separate living room, dining room, family room, office, workshop, laundry room, and kitchenette area. Only $226,900. Located in Andalusia, AL. MLS#13807. Call 334222-3142 for details. Looking for energetic high school or college student to tutor 6th grader in grammar. Flexible hours. 5-10 hrs./wk. $10.00/hr. Call 570-939-9555. Autos for Sale Help Wanted Homes for Sale Tutor Wanted Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Homes for Sale CLASSIFIEDS Beacon Where Buyers and Sellers Meet! BEACONNEWSPAPERS1181 E. 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At St. Andrews Village N. turn left onto Prestwick Dr. Follow the road to the right. Home will be on the left. Come by Sunday, June 15th from 12 pm to 4 pm and take a look! An agent will be available to answer any of your questions.$ $ 3 3 2 2 9 9 , 0 0 0 0 0 0 Carriage Hills Realty, Inc. 736 Prestwick Drive, BWB See news happening? Call the Beacon Newspapers at 678-1080. Call or visit usPOWELL AGENCY, INC.Complete Insurance Servicewww.powellagency.com 110 N. Partin Drive Niceville 678-2514

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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 I don t have all the facts, so I don t know if he s a hero or a traitor. I do thank him for his service, though. I m glad to have him back, but at what cost? I think it s criminal to negotiate with terrorists.What do you think about the release of US Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for five terrorist leaders?If the government made the decision to release, they must have decided the pros outweigh the cons. I have faith in the decision that was made. Im not really for releasing the terrorists, but I think the news media is judging Bergdahl before all the facts are known. I was friends with some of the guys who died looking for him. They shouldn t have released anyone to get him back. He walked off his post, and knew what he was doing. Location: Oak Creek shopping center Niceville THE INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike GriffithLois Coleman, 71, Niceville, homemaker Al Phillips, 67, Crestview, retired military Darsi Ewing, 54, Niceville, quality assurance specialist Joe Rucky, 52, Bradenton, roofer Breezjon Rayes, 21, Shalimar, military Bryanna Blodgett, 29, Crestview, medical assistant What should we ask next week? Email your suggested question to: info@baybeacon.com Include "Suggested IP question" in the "subj ect" field. CHURCH DIRECTORY 678-1298 WWW.STPAULNICEVILLE.COM 1407 E. JOHN SIMS PKWY., NICEVILLESUNDAY SERVICES 8:30 a.m. Liturgical 10:30 a.m. Praise Nursery Care Provided SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES 9:30 a.m., Ages 3 Adults PRE-SCHOOL/KINDERGARTEN Now Enrolling for 2014 St. Paul Preschool & Kindergarten VPK Provider POINTING THE WAY TO JESUSwww.iacdestin.org 250 Indian Bayou Trail, Destin 850 837 6324 Immanuel Anglican ChurchSunday Morning Worship Services9:00am ~ Traditional Spirit filled Worship with Holy Communion 11:01am ~ Walk InWorship (Contemporary Worship with Holy Communion) Nursery, ages 6wks 2yrs; Sunday School, ages 3 12, both servicesYouth OutreachWednesdays, 6:30 8:30pm in The Shed Hang out ~ Engage ~ Worship ~ Grow!Holy Mackerel Summer Kids Camps!June 16 20, July 7 11, July 21 25 Register now at iacdestin.org First Baptist Church ofValparaisoENGAGINGGOD,CONNECTINGWITHOTHERS,SERVINGALL444 Valparaiso Pkwy. 850-678-4822 www.fbcvalparaiso.orgSundays Bible Study 9:30am Celebration Service 11:00am Discipleship 5:00pm Wednesdays Adults, Youth, & Children 6:00pm THEBAYBEACONWednesday June 11, 2014 Page A-5 THE BEACONSAT YOUR SERVICE COMPUTER SERVICES S.O.S. 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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONPage A-6 Wednesday, June 11, 2014 ALL AROUND THE TOWN As Northwest Florida emerges from an unusually severe winter and prepares for the next long hot summer and hurricane season, home and business owners need to protect our houses and commercial structures from the damage the elements can cause. Thats where Rhino Shield comes in. The special Rhino Shield coating, which lasts longer and protects better than conventional paint, is available for commercial buildings as well as for homes. It can also protect roofs, as well as exterior walls. Super Shield, said Mike Redmond, owner of Rhino Shield Gulf South, is a unique product, ideal for all kinds of roof surfaces such as asphalt, tile, aluminum, steel, copper, plywood, shakes, Styrofoam, concrete and clay. While Rhino Shield protection is well known for the protection it gives many Northwest Florida homes, Redmond emphasized that it is especially useful for protecting commercial structures such as stores, shops, and office buildings. When used commercially, Rhino Shield protects the building, reducing long-term maintenance costs, and maintains the clean, professional looking appearance that attracts customers. With Super Shield, you can make your old roof look more modern, and can change the color of your existing roofing material, such as shingle, metal, or tiles, while protecting it and adding years of life to your roof, Redmond said. Where a roof has been repaired, you can ensure a uniform color and appearance, even over parts of the roof that have been damaged or repaired in the past. Super Shield ceramic roof coating offers substantial waterproofing and insulation benefits by creating a layer of protection with the benefit of ultraviolet ray reflectivity, Redmond said. Super Shield not only aids in the reduction of energy consumption, but also prevents mold, mildew and staining, eliminates granule loss with a shingle roof, and increases resale value by extending the life of the roof. While Super Shield is cheaper than reroofing, Redmond said, this product also has a 10 year non-prorated transferable warranty, and can be tinted to any color. I love it, said a property manager with Conrad Properties. We had Rhino Shield applied to several of our properties a couple of years ago, and have had no need to power wash the walls of any of them since. It just looks beautiful. It was amazing to watch the crews at work. "Rhino Shield is a great product," said Tim Herndon, of the Carr, Riggs & Ingram accounting firm. "It has been on our building in Bluewater Bay for going on four years now. Its sealing properties are great. It has eliminated leaks, and gives the stucco exterior of our building a clean appearance, without mildew." To learn more, contact Rhino Shield Gulf South at 866-9029937, or on the web at RhinoShieldFlorida.com. Advertising Feature I love it, said a property manager with Conrad Properties. We had Rhino Shield applied to several of our properties a couple of years ago, and have had no need to power wash the walls of any of them since. "Rhino Shield is a great product," said Tim Herndon, of the Carr, Riggs & Ingram accounting firm. "It has been on our building in Bluewater Bay for going on four years now. Its sealing properties are great. It has eliminated leaks, and gives the stucco exterior of our building a clean appearance, without mildew."Rhino ShieldNew products protect roof as well as walls GUARANTEED FOR 25 YEARS! Will never flake, chip or peel. Perfect for wood, brick, block, stucco, & cement fiber board. Wood repair & prep work included. Seals and protects. Financing available! Warranty available upon request850.424.6829 850.424.6829www.RhinoShieldGulfSouth.comFREE EVALUATION FINANCING AVAILABLE 10 Year Warranty**SuperShield 25%OFFNot valid with any other offer. Expires 6/30/14. and GENERAL REPAIRBrakes Water PumpsTiming Belts Struts/Shocks Zen master, guard dog, & welcoming committeeTONY Expert, Certified Techs Quality Parts Detailed Estimates Friendly Service(850)729-6629 Merchants Walk, Ste 101 Niceville 850-897-4488 www.Blu ewaterBa yDentist.comOlivier Broutin, D.M.D. Do you suffer from daily headaches?You may be experiencing symptoms associated with TMJ Syndrome. Call our office at 897 4488 to set up a free consultation for relief today! 143 S. John Sims Pkwy. Valparaiso ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS729-3300 CARING FOR FAMILIES -NEWBORN TO ADULTEMERALD COAST FAMILY MEDICINE Internal Medicine Pediatrics Preventive Care Sport/school Physicals ImmunizationsDr. T. Castaneda, M.D.Board Certified Family Physician WEIGHT LOSS MANAGEMENTMost Insurances Accepted GENERAL DENTISTRYAdults & ChildrenTHE CROSSING PLAZA Next to Publix, Niceville COMING SOON! JULY2014kkkkkkkkk For more information and a trial round, contact Jared Morton, Director of Golf and Club Operations 850-678-3270 x4, jmorton@rockybayoucc.com. Visit our website at www.rockybayoucc.com. JOININGFEESWAIVEDMEMBERSHIPSforall Hair Styling Hi/Low Lites Shades Hair Color Perms Pravana Perfection Smooth Out 101 John Sims Pkwy. Niceville Tues-Fri 9-6 Sat 8-2 Evening Appointments Upon Request RedKen Color & ProductsKenra Haircare ProductsFull Service Hair For Ladies &MenFull Service Hair For Ladies &MenCall Today!678-1977 Call today for a tour!(850) 897-2244www.SuperiorALF.com 2300 North Partin Dr., NicevilleCAREGIVERSSEMINARJoin Us: Thurs., June 26, 6 p.m. Please RSVPAssisted Living # AL11712Specializing in Alzheimers, Parkinsons and Dementia SUPERIORRESIDENCESofNicevilleMEMORY CARE RESPITECAREDAYSTAYS-HOURNURSING 10% OFF TREE SERVICEWith COUPON. Maximum value $200. Expires June 30,2014.Residential Customers only 1 per address. Must present coupon at time of estimate.Kodiak Tree ServicePh. 279-6999 418 Government Ave Hwy 85 in Valparaiso, FL279-6999FULL Service TREE COMPANY Premium Colored MULCH available NOW!!Applying a 2 4 layer of MULCH:Helps prevent germination -reduces the need for weeding! Retains moisture in the ground --reduces watering needs! Most importantly...makes your flower beds LOOK GOOD! Now is a great time to mulch your yard! Lic. # CAC058469 Eighth graders in the county performed well in mathematics with no schools falling below the state average of 47 percent passing. Ruckel Middle School and Lewis School students tested the best in the county and were 10th and 13th in the state respectively. Eighty-eight percent of Ruckel students passed and 85 percent of Lewis students passed. As for writing, both 8th and 10th grade students show improvement, with eighth graders moving from 35th in the state to 18th and 10th grade going from 21st in the state to 11th. This is the last administration of the FCAT 2.0 Reading and Mathematics assessments as well as Florida Writes, with the exception of the FCAT 2.0 Reading Retake, which will continue to be administered for graduation purposes. FCAT 2.0 Science also will continue to be administered next school year. Next year, Florida will be transitioning to the Florida Standards in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics. The American Institutes for Research will be developing new assessments that will replace the current FCAT 2.0 in writing, reading and mathematics in 2014-15 for students in grades 3 through high school, according to Chambers. Chambers said he is "eager" to get examples of the new types of assessment questions, which are supposed to be released to the district sometime this month. Chambers said although teachers will be out on vacation, principals and some lead teachers will be able to examine the questions. This spring, the state made changes to the standards based on public input last fall. The standards were originally based on the Common Core standards developed by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) but there had been a public outcry against them. Okaloosa County Superintendent of Schools Mary Beth Jackson said of the change, "We had to start talking to our teachers about the instructional shifts while making sure that NGSS (Next Generation Sunshine State Standards) were still being addressed." As a testing transition year, schools and districts will not get graded in 2014-15 although the public will be able to see the scores. FCATFrom page A-1

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