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By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer A Bluewater Bay man is scheduled to accept the highest meritorious award that France gives, the Legion of Honor, in Paris on June 25 at the French Senate for his work recognizing American World War II veterans who fought in France during the war. "Working with this project has been such an amazing pleasure," said the recipient, Don Bohler. Bohler and his wife, MarieClaude, who is originally from France, were vacationing in their summer home in Montpellier, on that country's Mediterranean coast, when one day he saw a highway sign with the image of an American flag and the word, "Remember." Nearby were 24 white crosses, one of them also bearing the U.S. flag. A memorial exhorted "those who pass here" to remember "these . patriots who died so that France might live." Bohlers curiosity was piqued. He decided to try and find out for whom the crosses had been placed. "It seemed like such an opportunity to make a connection," he said. "Ive always had an interest in the American veteran getting the recognition." After more than a year of research, Bohler discovered that two American P-51 Mustang fighter planes had been sent from Corsica Aug. 22, 1943, to hunt for German troops. The leader, Capt. Roy Simmons, saw an enemy convoy and a train going north and made two strafing runs. After the second pass, the Germans opened the side doors and rolled out anti-aircraft guns. Recalling the action in a phone interview from Nashville last week, Simmons said he pulled up but saw Hoy's plane, hit by enemy fire, going down. Hoy did not survive the crash. Simmons circled the area but there was nothing he could do so he returned to base. Unknown to him 23 French resistance fighters perished that day in the battle against the German convoy. Although the French did not know the name of the American pilot who gave his life, his deeds were not forgotten. Bohler found Simmons and the retired pilot was able to travel to France with his family to see the site and receive the French Legion of Honor himself in 2010. Now Bohler will be given the same honor. "It was humbling," he said. "Right away, of course, I understood that this was not the French governments attempt to honor me but to honor all Thurs., 10 a.m. The Tri-County Horticulture Studies Group will meet in Room 3 of the Mitchell Building next door to the Valparaiso Community Library, 459 Valparaiso Parkway. Fri., 1 p.m. The 4th Eagle Ram Tennis Center Golf Tournament will be at the Falcon Course Niceville. 585-8980. Sat., 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Create a cookie basket at the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida, Valparaiso. Class costs $25 or $20 for museum members, all materials included. Space is limited, preregistration required. 678-2615. Wed., 10:30 a.m. Alzheimer's Family Services will hold a support group for family members or friends coping with a loved one with Alzheimers disease at the Niceville United Methodist Church Chandler Center, 214 S. Partin Drive. By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer Holt resident Jackie Long, 55, has been indicted by an Okaloosa County grand jury for murder in connection with the 1981 death of Niceville boatbuilder Leonard "Buddy" Phelps. The slaying took place Oct. 2, 1981, at Phelps' boatworks off John Sims Parkway in Niceville. The grand jury issued the indictment for first degree premeditated or felony murder with a weapon on June 10. Phelps was beaten and shot with a shotgun, according to the indictment. Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office investigator Mike Irwin said that the case was given a new emphasis in 2009 and some strong leads were developed at that time. Irwin commented that he thought the motive for the Phelps slaying was money. "He owned Phelps Brothers Boat Works. He was kind of an entrepreneur, had a little bit of real estate investments. He built long line fishing boats, work boats. He didn't believe, so to speak, in banking." Irwin added that Phelps, 59, "was a shrewd businessman and he had money. So he became a target in that aspect and the motive we believe was money and the bad guys in this case looked at Buddy as a cash cow and that's where it stemmed." The statute of limitations has expired for burglary or robbery to be prosecuted in the case. Long is currently in custody in Alabama in an unrelated case. While working the Phelps case, investigators also learned of evidence connected to two other "cold case" homicides in Alabama, according to the sheriff's office. That evidence helped lead to the indictment last year of Long, as well as his son Shane Darrel Long, for the December 2005 attempted murder, robbery and beating of Henry Maxie Jordan in Wing, Ala., Jordan later died. Long will be extradited to Florida, although it is not known whether it will be done following his trial in Alabama or before. If convicted on the Florida charge, Long would face a sentence of death or life in prison, with the possibility of parole after 25 years. 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 18, 2014 info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 10 Pages, 2 Sections, 6 Inserts COMINGUP Lily Vanpelt-Harper, 5, pushes her new friend Libby Jennette, 4, on the swings at Lincoln Park, Valparaiso, on a breezy summer day. Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersSwing timeNiceville approves 2 projects for water and sewerIndictment in 1981 slayingFrance honors BWB man Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders Fireworks fundingThe 2014 Niceville-Valparaiso Fourth of July fireworks fundraising T-shirt is available for $10 at the Niceville Library, Cafe Bienville, First Florida Bank, American Athletic Uniforms, Valparaiso City Hall and City of Niceville Building Inspection and Utility Billing departments. The art on this year's shirt is by Niceville High School rising senior Bella Jenkins, who competed with over 40 others for the $200 prize. Police Blotter, page A-5 Jackie Long Buddy Phelps Beacon photo by Marcia Anne SandersDon Bohler, recipient of France's highest meritorious award, the Legion of Honor. Bohler will be honored in Paris June 25 for his work recognizing U.S. airmen who fought in WWII France. By Marcia Anne Sanders Beacon Staff Writer The Niceville City Council has approved a $380,000 contract with Speegle Construction, Niceville, to do two water and sewer projects. The first project is a pipe replacement project for reclaimed water usage, increasing capacity of the system to address pressure problems and future growth. The second is an extension of School board hopefuls speak By Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent Members of the Republican Women of Okaloosa, Federated (RWOF) heard from candidates for Okaloosa school board during their regular meeting held June 2 at the Bluewater Bay golf club. Candidates who addressed the meeting were Joe Slusser (Dist. 3), Lamar White (Dist. 1), Cindy Frakes (incumbent, Dist. 1), and Rodney Walker (incumbent; Dist. 3). Also present was newlyannounced District 3 candidate Christoffer Hyden, who chatted informally with people before and after the meeting, but did not take part in the actual forum because RWOF officials said he was not registered as a Republican. The RWOF allows only fellow Republicans to formally address the group during candidate forums. The school board election itself is nonpartisan. Following the forum, the Beacon was informed by a staff member at the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections office that Hyden, a member of the Tea Party since 2013, Please see SPEAK, page A-2 Please see FRANCE, page A-5 The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Please see SEWER, page A-3 New water lines will help this new water tank on Marysa Drive supply existing and new housing in the Rocky Bayou area.

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changed his voter registration to Republican on June 5, three days after the RWOF forum. Incumbent Melissa Thrush, who is currently unopposed for the District 5 seat, did not attend the forum. Candidates not present during the meeting included District 4 candidate Paul Brock, who was unable to attend due to a family emergency. Also absent was Sean Fretenborough, who announced that he was running for the District 1 seat, but sent the RWOF an e-mail stating that he was reevaluating his candidacy, according to RWOF member Libby Hill. During the forum, candidates offered brief statements about themselves, followed by a question-and-answer session with RWOF members. Following the forum, the Beacon e-mailed copies of the questions asked to the candidates who did not attend or were not allowed to speak. Their written responses are included below, along with the immediate verbal answers given by the candidates who spoke during the forum. Some written and oral statements have been edited for length, and oral statements have been written from reporters notes taken during the forum. Walker provided his listeners with a chart showing how the school district budget is allocated, and told them that despite cuts in recent years, he has not supported a tax increase. White stressed his credentials as an educator, saying that he is a product of Okaloosa public schools, as well as a former master teacher, high school sports coach, and principal at Plew Elementary, Ruckel Middle School, and Meigs Middle School. Frakes said that being a school board member is like being an acrobat in a Chinese circus, trying to keep all the plates spinning at once. She said that during her time in office, Okaloosa public schools have achieved a high school graduation rate of 89.7 percent, among the top 10 in Florida. She also said that in education, not everything can be quantified. Education is not a race, but a journey. In his written response, Hyden introduced himself, stating, I am the husband of a wonderful woman that has lawfully immigrated to the U.S. and together we have two sons. We moved here from the U.K. last year. I was born in Killeen, Texas, and raised in Columbus, Ohio. My wife is from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Questions and answers during the forum included: Is it necessary to be a professional educator yourself to serve effectively on the school board? Why or why not? Frakes said that Americas first school boards were established in 1711, as citizen panels, and that today, you need citizens for community representation. White said that he is not only an educator, but a member of this community. He said that the job of running a school district is becoming more complicated, and hard for a layperson to understand. Walker said that he is proud to have been an educator, but that what is most important is students and their parents. He said he is concerned that parent involvement in education is disappearing. He also said that he is an expert on how money is handled within the school district. Slusser wrote, I feel it is very important that professional educators from school board, not only for their own educational background, but also their invaluable experience. Working with students in the educational environment, associate other educators, learning process, is priceless. Hyden wrote, If it were necessary then such requirements would be required by law. It is absolutely not necessary at all to be a professional educator to serve effectively on the school board. When one says that it is necessary to be a professional educator to serve on the board what you are hearing that person say are protectionist words to keep others from seeking the seat; i.e., you are not good enough, you are not one of us. Thrush wrote, No, I believe it is important for a school board member to be a good listener, have critical thinking and analytical problem solving skills, and invest time to research topics that influence board policies and budget decisions. The Florida School Board Association (FSBA) conducts courses throughout the year that can provide new school board members with training on school financing, personnel and bargaining issues, statutory powers and responsibilities, etc. Brock wrote, Would you want the American Medical Association to be headed by an automobile mechanic? A plumber? Making medical decisions and statements about medicine? A professional educator on the school board would know how schools are financed, the impact of state and federal mandates on curriculum, and the effect it has on teachers in the class room. They know how these issues impact instruction and the ability to teach. As a teacher of over 30 years I have been disappointed about how little the politicians and the public know about what teachers do. What do you think about allowing students to read the Bible during their free reading time at school? White said that he had handled this issue before, and his answer is Yes, they can. I have one in my office. Frakes said, Yes. This is still America. Walker said, I remember when prayer was taken from our classrooms. It was the wrong way to go. Slusser wrote, If a student chooses to bring his or her Bible to school to read during free reading time, I would strongly support their right to do so. Hyden wrote, I think it is absolutely their Constitutional right, not privilege, but an enshrined Constitutional right, to read the Bible during free reading time. Thrush wrote, Students are allowed to read material of their choosing during their personal time. Brock wrote, One of the most important issues in education is the continued hostility of the public schools to religion. The courts have not entirely eliminated religion from schools. In recent years the courts have held that 'religious speech' is also protected speech guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights. Courts have ruled that a student's right to read a bible in school, pass out fliers of a religious nature, and have student-led prayer is protected speech. Why was Okaloosa County downgraded from an A to a B district? What would you do about this if elected? Walker said that standardized testing should be only one small part of how you evaluate an education program. Tests are wonderful, but they have a place. The most important parts of education, he said, are teachers. I want us to be number one, he said, but I will not lose sleep over a few percentage points. White said that standardized tests were originally used to diagnose learning problems and help children, but are now used to measure how children are learning. One cause of recent drops in local test scores, he said, is that We reduced instructional time, through early releases, too many tests, and too much paperwork for teachers. Frakes responded that while White may promise to increase instructional time, voters should be careful. She said instructional time is part of the collective bargaining process with the teachers union, and for a school board candidate to claim they can unilaterally increase instructional time is a fallacy. Slusser wrote, We must counteract this slippage with more classroom instruction time. Teachers are asked to spend too much of their time filling out forms, and doing procedural tasks that take away valuable instructional opportunities. Hyden wrote, As an outsider, I do not know why the schools were downgraded. But clearly something is off. And for that matter, I expect for this rating to not change, at best, or to become further downgraded, at worst. My expectation of this is rooted in Common Core. I oppose Common Core in its entirety. If I am elected I will persistently lobby the FL legislature and Governor to opt-out of Common Core and develop our own education standards that exceed those of other states. Thrush wrote, Okaloosa County was named a High Performing School District on May 20, 2014, based on 20132014 class size compliance, 2013 school and district grades, and 2012-2013 financial audit reviews. Eleven out of 67 school districts met the eligibility criteria for designation as 2013-2014 Academically High-Performing School Districts. Okaloosa also received this designation along with 16 other school districts in the 2012-2013 school year. For 2013 6 of the 11 High Performing School districts received a grade of B. Five districts received a grade of A based on a points system requiring a score of 525. Okaloosa County received 523 points, a grade of B, placing them in 6th place out of 67 districts in Florida. Brock wrote, Okaloosa County has slipped from an A to a B grade for many reasons. I have met and discussed these issues with many teachers and administrators. Any businessman knows that the more the government requires by way of rules and mandates the less production and efficient they become. Teachers know that the number one determiner of student achievement is the condition of the family. Parents are increasingly expecting teachers to be the 'parents'. Students also feel the stress of standardized tests. All of these issues have created a perfect storm of competing interests that have swallowed our kids and overwhelmed them. How will you deal with the teachers' union if elected? Frakes said that the union bargains on behalf of teachers whether the teachers are members or not. She said she has voted against some union proposals, and will continue to do whats best for the school district. White said that the union had no position on early release in the Okaloosa district, and it is not mentioned in their contract. He said other counties have already abandoned early release, and that end-of-course exams are locally mandated. Walker however, said that early release is determined through a combination of input from the teachers union and the school district s administrative staff. Slusser wrote, I have been associated with teacher organizations over my 40+ years as an educator. I have always supported collective bargaining, and will continue to believe in the process. Hyden wrote, I will listen to what they have to say and consider it in a fair and respectful manner. However, I must make it known that I was forced to join a union, UFCW 1049, in order to obtain a job when I lived in Columbus, Ohio. This experience taught me that forced association in order to put food on ones table is wrong and that one who has the ability to earn a higher wage will artificially be prevented from doing so when unions are involved. Thrush wrote, The teachers union is a certified bargaining unit. Additionally, I believe it is prudent to receive the opinions and thoughts of all groups and individuals that are directly affected by decisions that I may make. Brock wrote, I have never belonged to a teacher union. Teachers' unions in other areas of this country are a detriment to education. Unions frequently have an agenda that goes against the values and morals of this country. I understand why the public doesn't trust them. In past years in this county jobs in education were given to those who supported the right politician. 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By Rich Byrd Beacon Correspondent The North Bay Fire District's monthly meeting June 10 experienced an unusual increase in attendance from the norm. The meeting was attended by over 25 people, many of them district employees, eager to learn more about the NBFDs activities related to cost containment of health care expenditures and insurance for its employees. The primary focus of the meeting centered on a health insurance presentation by district consultant Barton, Fenstermaker, Tondello and Associates. Commissioner David Scholl summarized that there were several motivating factors that contributed to the need for a detailed health care insurance presentation which included: 1) ensuring that board members and fire fighters were aware of health care coverage options, 2) education on the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), 3) proactive approach to covering future health care costs and 4) ensuring measures were taken in the best interest of the fire fighter. According to Scholl, an additional concern that reaffirmed the need to assess other options, was the fact that the incumbent health care insurance provider, United Health Care, provided minimum details or specifics at last months board meeting related to future health care costs or options and stated youre getting the best deal. As a result, it was determined that shopping around for other options and competition for best value was a prudent course of action. Scholl stated that district health care expense for this year was $208,000. Based on information from various sources, he anticipates this cost to increase next year from 4 to 12 percent, to $218,000-$235,000. That amounts to perhaps $14,500 for each of the 16 employees next water and sewer mains on Rocky Bayou Drive from just west of Roscommon Boulevard to Forest Road. The council approved the work during a meeting June 10. The seven bidders for the projects ranged in price from Speegle's low bid to the high bid of $1.1 million from North Florida Construction Inc., of Clarksville. The next lowest bidder after Speegle was Roberson Excavation Inc., of Milton, at $397,000. Niceville Public Works Director Bruce Price said the second project, extending a sewer main along Rocky Bayou Drive, will provide an access point to collect sewage from currently unsewered areas off Rocky Bayou Drive. But Price said "there are no set dates for providing sewer to these areas at this time." The water main extension on Rocky Bayou is part of the distribution system for the new water tank that is being added on Marysa Drive. The tank will provide additional storage and stabilize system pressure in the existing service area and address pressure problems in isolated areas, as well as providing better fire protection, according to Price. Although the new sewer and water mains will make usage available in a larger area, including the 1,100-acre tract next to the Ruckel airport as well as the Huntington and Edgewater areas, Price said the main reason the sewer is being added now is because it would sit beneath the water line at depths that could reach 12 feet. Since there is a limited amount of space on the right of way along Rocky Bayou Drive for the lines, it would not be possible to install the sewer line after the water main is in place. Bruce said, "It's strategically located so it could pick up lines and areas." However, developers are responsible for infrastructure within new developments and the extension of water and sewer mains to connect to existing city lines, he added. City officials said one lane of Rocky Bayou may be closed from time to time during construction. The city's reclaimed water system serves only a few areas, providing purified effluent for irrigation to the Swift Creek subdivision, The Preserve, Swift Creek Plantation, the Walmart area, Rocky Bayou Christian School, the Heritage Gardens cemetery, the City Hall complex and the Mullet Festival site. Swift Creek subdivision residents have a low pressure problem due to an undersized distribution pipe between College Boulevard and Heritage Gardens. The city estimates this improvement project will be completed around midSeptember. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Call or visit usPOWELL AGENCY, INC.Complete Insurance Servicewww.powellagency.com 110 N. Partin Drive Niceville 678-2514 THEBAYBEACONWednesday, June 18, 2014 Page A-3 SEWERFrom page A-1 North Bay fire board hears points on medical costs Beacon photo by Rich ByrdA large audience, including a number of North Bay Fire District employees, attended a fire commission meeting June 10 to hear a presentation on the district's soaring health care costs. Please see COSTS, page A-6 850-678-159 Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6www.bayoubookcompany.comNiceville Oak Creek Shopping Center Since 1986 These and other puzzles are with soy based paint. Please be green! MADE in theUSA

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Has the union endorsed your candidacy? White said that the teachers union has endorsed Walker and Thrush, but not Frakes. Hyden wrote, I will never seek an endorsement of a union and I am proud of my stance. Slusser wrote, The local union endorsed my opponent, Mister Walker, back in March of this year, over a month before I had decided to enter the board, third District race. Thrush wrote Yes. What do you think about school uniforms? Walker said that local schools can require uniforms if provisions are made for students who cannot afford them and the majority of parents at that school approve. In such cases, he said, he has no problem with uniforms. White said he would support uniforms if the idea for them comes from a schools advisory council. Frakes said that uniforms tend to fade out from schools a few years after they are first tried. However, she said she would approve uniforms if they help to reduce fashion competition, stealing, and disciplinary incidents. Slusser wrote, School uniforms have been a very polarizing topic, probably because of misunderstandings concerning the process and its costs. He also wrote that uniforms have helped some schools in improving school discipline, less stress between parents and students about appropriate attire, lower gang activity due to not wearing colors, and less fights between those that have, and those havenots. Each school should make their own site-based decision. Hyden wrote, I am all for school uniforms. Living in the UK I became accustomed to seeing school children wear their school uniforms. I think every single public school in the county should have uniforms. I think each individual school should decide on what colors and accouterments they want but they shouldnt decide on whether or not they will have a uniform. Thrush wrote, The decision to require school uniforms is made locally at the school level. At this time I do not see the need to support a requirement for all schools in our District to have school uniforms. Brock wrote, I have always been for school uniforms, however I have always felt that parents should have part in the decision. My wife was a Guidance counselor at Edwins elementary and it worked very well. I think that uniforms would diminish the influence of popular culture which I feel is detrimental to learning. How, if at all, do advanced academic degrees of teachers affect student learning? How should such degrees affect teacher pay? Walker said. We dont pay teachers enough. He also criticized state rules that require teachers to give up their contract job protection in order to qualify for top pay levels. White said he agreed with Walker, and said that the Okaloosa school board had tied step pay raises to teacher seniority. Frakes said the Florida legislature is now requiring schools to link pay to student performance, a process she called a convoluted mess. She said many teachers do not teach core subjects, so Why tie pay to students they havent taught? Slusser wrote, Advanced degrees for teachers is an essential aspect of increased learning in the classroom. As we know when we construct, we must go up. Salary paid for such advanced degrees compensates the current teachers and attracts other fine educator store school district. Hyden wrote, If we are pushing Common Core, and only teaching children how to take a standardize test, than those degrees are worthless. It is often said that teachers are underpaid. But if all they do now is whatever Common Core says and teaching kids how to pass a standardize test, then they are overpaid and we can hire lay people for minimum wage to do that. Now, I have had the opportunity to speak to several teachers and those I spoke with do not like Common Core. They want our children to get the best, and right now, no one is getting the best. Thrush wrote, Having an advanced academic degree can affect student learning but it is not the only mechanism for teachers to affect their students. Yes, if an individual achieves academic success we should recognize their subject matter expertise by increasing their pay. Brock wrote, An advanced degree does in many cases improves teaching ability. However, through the years many great teachers only have bachelor's degree. Teaching is about communicating material to students and inspiring learning. I don't think advanced degrees can improve that ability. SCHOOLFrom page A-2 We board up windows, check our generator, batteries, water, and all that happy stuff. We leave. I go back to Georgia and hibernate. We don t prepare at all. If one is coming, we may make some lastminute preparations, but we don t do anything elaborate.How do you prepare for a hurricane?I check my generator to make sure its running, and stock up on food and water and batteries. We don t prepare much. We used to, but we ve gotten a little lazy about it. We keep some batteries and water on hand. We get our escape route together, stock up on supplies, stay tuned to the weather reports, and make hotel reservations in case we have to evacuate.Location: Twin Oaks Baseball Park THE INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER by Mike GriffithSteve Massey, 65, Niceville, retired Jeff Tate, 17, Bluewater Bay, Niceville High School student Heather Henderson, 36, Freeport, stay-home mom Mary Quinn, 40s, Niceville, RN Oscar Ferrell, 68, Choctaw Beach, retired Clare Clawson, 51, Bluewater Bay, Realtor What should we ask next week? Email your suggested question to: info@baybeacon.com Include "Suggested IP question" in the "subj ect" field.

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ArrestsOn June 3, Thomas Henry Pride, 19, of 1858 Edge, Niceville, was booked into the Walton County jail for failure to appear. He was released on June 4. * On June 6 Debbie Adelle Proveaux, 40, of 321 County Line Rd., Niceville, was booked into the Walton County jail on an out of county warrant. * On June 7, Niceville police arrested Zachariah Dalton Howard, 24, unemployed, of 710 Cypress Dr., Apt. A, Niceville, for resisting arrest without violence. A Niceville police officer spotted Howard driving 76 mph in a posted 45 mph zone on State Road 85, and activated his emergency lights and siren to effect a traffic stop. Howard stopped his car, then fled on foot. The officer ran him down on foot after 200 yards. * On June 9 Walton County sheriffs deputies arrested Christopher Scott Frasher, 27, of 97 Western St. in the Choctaw Beach community for one count of marijuana producing, one count of marijuana possession with intent to sell, manufacture or deliver, and one count of narcotic equipment possession. Walton County officers executed a search warrant at that address in reference to an indoor marijuana growing operation. Approximately 64 marijuana plants were found in a shed, and 1.5 pounds of packaged marijuana in a bedroom, along with paraphernalia used to sell it.OtherOn May 30 Okaloosa County sheriffs deputies responded to an address on Blue Pine Lane in Niceville regarding the reported theft of a cell phone. * On June 2, shortly after 9 p.m., Niceville police and firefighters responded to the U.S. Post Office in Niceville, where someone had reported smelling smoke which they suspected may have been caused by a chemical bomb. It was also reported that someone had been seen inside with a suspicious package, The neighborhood was cordoned off. Eglin Air Force Base and North Bay firefighters also arrived to assist, as did the Okaloosa County Special Operations Unit. An examination of the post office revealed no sign of such a bomb, all tests were negative, and the scene was declared safe. * On June 3 Okaloosa officers responded to an address on Sharon Drive, Niceville, regarding a report that someone had entered a vehicle and taken $1,900 and a cell phone. * On June 5, Okaloosa deputies responded to Ruckel Middle School in Niceville, regarding a report of one student assaulting another. The aggressor had allegedly grabbed the victim by the neck and slammed his head on a table in the cafeteria because the victim had allegedly spread rumors about him. After school, the aggressor grabbed the victim a second time and slammed his head against a metal pole in the schoolyard. The aggressor, when confronted by police, admitted his actions and was given a Teen Court referral. * On June 5, Niceville police responded to the Tom Thumb on Valparaiso Boulevard regarding a report of a credit card theft. * On June 7, Niceville police responded to an address on Reeves Street regarding a report that someone had been throwing eggs against someones trailer. * On June 8, Okaloosa deputies responded to the Bluewater Marina on Yacht Club Drive in Niceville regarding an alleged battery which resulted from a dispute between two men aboard a boat. The aggressor had allegedly struck the victim with his fist. The alleged victim declined to press charges. * On June 9 a woman came to the Niceville police station to report that her vehicle had been burglarized on June 2. * On June 9, Niceville police responded to an address on Ivey Terrace, where a complainant reported that someone had been throwing water balloons in his yard. * On June 10, Niceville police responded to an address on Reeves Street, where a complainant informed them that when she woke up that morning, she found a man sleeping in her sons treehouse. She told him to leave. American vete rans who served." It has been quite a journey for the Niceville resident who says he considers France "his second country." He has continued his mission to find and recognize WWII veterans, finding an American B-17 that crash landed in the Bay of Biscay near Noirmoutier, France, whose 10 crew members were imprisoned by the Germans. Now he is on the trail of a crashed B-24 bomber whose crewmen parachuted into France and were captured by the Germans. Bohler says he has learned one thing above all in his research. "I learned what apparently was in plain sight, and that is a large number of American men and women that did very special, extraordinary acts of bravery and acts of heroism and we all owe them." A resident of Niceville since 2006, Bohler is a 27-year veteran of the Air Force. After his military service, from which he retired with the rank of colonel, he spent 15 years with Lockheed Martin as vice president, Central Europe, in Poland. Bohler is engaged in numerous volunteer activities in the community. He is a Paul Harris Fellow with the Mid-Bay Rotary Club, a director of Northwest Florida State Colleges Institute for Senior Professionals and a trustee of the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida. The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 Pollys Concrete Products Pollys Concrete Productswww.pollysconcrete.com Before After $50.00OFFFormed & Poured Driveway$100.00OFFCobblestone Paver DrivewayREADY TO ENHANCE YOUR CURB APPEAL?Upgrade your old existing driveway with Stylish Cobblestone Pavers or we can remove and repour your driveway.Call today for a free estimate 897-3314 1181 E. John Sims Parkway, Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 Fax 1-888-520-9323 info@baybeacon.comThe Bay Beacon& Beacon ExpressStephen W. 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 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. 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: 06/11/2014 FTAResisting Arrest Without Violence Sex: Male Race: Black Age: 23 DOB: 09/04/1991 Height: 5ft 8in Weight: 170 lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Wanted As Of: 05/28/2014 VOP-Possession of a Controlled Substance & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Misdemeanor Larceny Name: Shawn Lee Goodwin Sex: Male Race: Caucasian Age: 31 DOB: 03/28/1983 Height: 6ft 0in Weight: 160 lbs Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue Christopher S. Frasher Fire Department ReportsThe Niceville Fire Department responded to the following calls from June 9, 2014 through June 12, 2014. 0 Structure Fire10 Emergency Medical Calls 0 Vehicle Fire1 Vehicle Crash 0 Other Fire0 Vehicle Crash with Extrication 0 Illegal Burn3 Other Emergency Calls 0 False Alarms0 Hazardous Conditions STREET SITUATION DATE TIME Nathey Ave...............................Medical............................6/9/14.......................00:08 Boyd Cir....................................Medical............................6/9/14.......................07:21 Nutmeg Ave..............................Medical............................6/9/14.......................15:10 N. Partin Dr...............................Medical............................6/10/14.....................10:26 Niceville Ave.............................Medical............................6/10/14.....................18:31 Canal Dr....................................Service call......................6/10/14.....................19:21 Roscommon Blvd.....................Medical............................6/10/14.....................20:06 N. Partin Dr...............................Medical............................6/11/14.....................08:50 Bayshore Dr..............................Service call......................6/11/14.....................12:00 Elm Street.................................Medical............................6/11/14.....................13:13 Pontevedra...............................Alarm activation..............6/12/14.....................01:20 N. Partin Dr...............................Medical............................6/12/14.....................07:54 22 nd Street...............................Medical............................6/12/14.....................11:44 S.R. 85 N..................................Vehicle crash...................6/12/14.....................16:48 Weekly Safety Tip: The fourth of July traditionally presents the biggest fire danger to citizens and is the cause of a great number of fires and burn injuries due to fireworks. Fireworks include devices which mark an audible effect when set off and unapproved sparklers, skyrockets and firecrackers. 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 9, 2014 through June 12, 2014. Street Situation Date Time N. Turnberry Cove....................Medical....................................6/9/14.................22:17 Bay Dr........................................Medical alarm activation........6/10/14...............14:06 Cedar St....................................Public assist............................6/10/14...............15:53 Fairway Lakes Dr......................Medical assist.........................6/11/14...............05:57 Shadow Ln................................Fire..........................................6/11/14...............07:28 Fairway Lakes Dr......................Medical....................................6/11/14...............13:49 Marina Cove Dr.........................Dispatched & cancelled.........6/11/14...............20:29 Northridge Rd...........................Medical....................................6/11/14...............22:17 Ansley Dr...................................Medical....................................6/11/14...............23:23 Evans Rd..................................Medical....................................6/12/14...............08:36 W. Parkwood Ln.......................Accidental medical alarm.......6/12/14...............10:12 Range Rd..................................Bomb scare............................6/12/14...............15:02 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. THEBAYBEACONWednesday, June 18, 2014 Page A-5 FRANCEFrom page A-1 The French Legion of Honor medal will be officially presented to Don Bohler June 25 in the French Senate in Paris. Recipients are appointed to the rank of Knight of Legion of Honor. Bohler received the medal by post last fall. Beacon photo by Marcia Anne Sanders FRESH & FROZEN PORK BEEF CHICKENWestville MeatsUSDA CUSTOM PROCESSING PLANT We sell meat in bundles Order 24 Hours in Advance850-548-1201Mon. Fri. 8 AM 4:30 PM 2569 R.M. Ward Rd. Westville, FLCredit Cards EBT Cards CALL FOR SPECIALS Candidates sought for fire boardBy Ed Dunbar Member, East Niceville Fire District Commission Two seats (Seats 2 and 4) on the five-person East Niceville Fire District (ENFD) Commission will be decided in the upcoming November elections. Although this is a small piece of government, all you need to do is look at your tax bill to see that it should be important to you if you live in the District. The ENFD includes all of the unincorporated areas of Niceville, bounded by the City of Valparaiso, the Eglin Range, and Rocky Bayou. (The Bluewater Bay area is in the North Bay Fire Control District.) To verify that you live in the ENFD, check your tax bill or TRIM noticeif you pay tax to the ENFD, youre in the district and eligible to serve. I currently hold Seat 2 on the ENFD Commission, and do not intend to run for re-election (unless nobody else steps up). I am looking for volunteers to run for either seat and serve on the commission for a four-year term. Commissioners' duties are spelled out in Florida Statutes Chapters 189 and 191. In order to meet the obligations spelled out in the statutes, I believe you need to plan to spend 5-6 hours per month, minimum, on district business. Pay for ENFD commissioners is currently $500/month (although Ive been trying to reduce that to an amount I consider more reasonable). In order to run for one of these nonpartisan seats you must be a resident of the fire district. Qualifying packets containing the paperwork you will need to file in order to qualify for getting your name on the November ballot can be picked up at either office of the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections: at 1804 Lewis Turner Blvd., Suite 404, or in Crestview at 302 Wilson Street North, Suite 102. Qualifying is this week, from noon June 16 to noon June 20. There is a qualifying fee of $25 and it can be paid out of your pocket without having to open a campaign account. If you have further questions about commission service, you can contact me at 850-376-3904. If you have questions about the qualifying process, contact Ray Bolden at the Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections, 850689-5600 or rbolden@co.okaloosa.fl.us. Please feel free to pass this information to anyone who may be interested and qualified. 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

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The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 THEBAYBEACONPage A-6 Wednesday, June 18, 2014 New Season, new Hair! Start planning your summer make over now. To control that wavy, curly and coarse hair from humidity this season, visit Summit II in Hair for their straightening treatments. They offer Pravana straighteners in semi-permanent and permanent. Pravana Perfection is a semipermanent, blow-out straightener that is a noncommittal straightener which contains no formaldehyde and lasts 8-12 weeks allowing hair to gradually revert back to its natural state. Color can even be applied the same day as this treatment. Pravana's permanent straightener also does not contain formaldehyde or harmful chemicals and allows clients to permanently control the texture of their hair. This can be use to permanently smooth wavy hair or straighten curly or coarse hair. To refresh your color from sun, salt and pool water, Redken Shades Cream is just the color for you, containing pomegranate oil and rice protein for its shining and smoothing effects and no ammonia. Redkin Shades Cream is a semi-permanent hair color that can be used to enhance your tone on prelightened hair, refresh old color, correct brassy tones and define and add dimension through low lights. It can also be used to blend gray without the monthly commitment to hair color. Summit ll offers semi-private rooms so that you and your stylist can discuss your hair history without interruption, its needs, your preferences and the possibilities for looking magnificent. Their team wants to provide the best possible cut and styling, tailored to your specifications and lifestyle while getting to know the guest in their chair.They will take the time to make sure your look appears effortless. To better prepare themselves to serve you this summer season. Summit ll in Hair staff recently completed a continuing education course in Redken Color in Panama City, Florida, enabling them to give you the very latest in fashion trends this season with current trends that are far from the basic beach hair. To be the "mane" attraction this summer, add Summit ll to your list of "must dos" or grab a gift certificate for a fun and unique gift. Be sure to schedule early so that you can be standout sexy for 2014. Advertising Feature Summit ll offers semi-private rooms so that you and your stylist can discuss your hair history and needs without interruption. Call 850-678-1977 today and make yourself an appointment with Susan, Debbie, Tiffany, Julie or Ron.The Summit II in HairA full service salon for Women and Men ALL AROUND THE TOWN Hair Styling Hi/Low Lites Shades Hair Color Perms Pravana Perfection Smooth Out 101 John Sims Pkwy. 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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 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 year, creating a significant financial challenge. Barton representative David Barton stated the NBFD currently had a very good plan. The current NBFD plan has a $1,000 deductible/100 percent plan for each employee and $3,000 deductible/100 percent plan for an employee and dependents. Barton categorized this as a phenomenal benefit for any market or anywhere in the country and that the ACA doesnt offer the same level of benefits. As such, you need to be very careful with your existing plan because anything you do could increase the out of pocket cost for your employees, Barton said. Barton stated the ACA, popularly known as Obamacare, has strangled them as far as plan design goes in helping their clients. However, they have been working diligently to develop plan designs such as the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). The HRA is a high deductible plan that will make employees better shoppers for services and gets them involved in the process so they understand exactly what each action costs. As an example, he stated that just paying a co-pay doesnt make the individual knowledgeable in how much a medical interaction costs. They pay their $20 or $30 for their visit and dont realize the total cost for the patient encounter was, say, $300. He stated that with a higher deductible plan, when the individual pays $200, whether that money comes from the company as a reimbursement or from them as part of their deductible they are more likely to become involved in the process. Scholl requested that Barton provide specific plans for the board to review. In other business, after 25 years of service, Fire Chief Joe Miller announced that he would be retiring effective Oct. 1. Chairman James Boswell thanked Miller for his years of dedicated service and leadership and stated that it would be a monumental task to find a replacement to fill his shoes. Boswell indicated that a formal process to select the new fire chief would be developed and presented to board members at the next meeting. COSTSFrom page A-3

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Thats what a FMCNA nursing career is all about. Our nurses thrive on the bonds they create as they build a dynamic and committed team, and bask in the gratitude and confidence reflected back to them in our patients eyes. If youre looking to elevate your career from a practice to a way of life, join our devoted, supportive team and find yourself an essential member in our community of caring. We are currently seeking motivated RNs. We'll have hiring managers from the Fort Walton Beach, Niceville, and Emerald Coast (float position) facility locations, looking to fill our immediate needs. Please bring any applicable license or certifications along with your updated resume to the interview. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 2014 from 10:00 until 3:00 The Meridian at Westwood In the Garden Atrium The MERIDIAN AT WESTWOOD 1001 Mar Walt Drive Fort Walton Beach, FL. 32547We offer a generous compensation and benefits package that includes medical and dental, 401(k) match, short and long term disability, tuition reimbursement, and a generous paid time off program. To discover the difference between a job and real job satisfaction, visit us online: jobs.fmcna.com/floridaFresenius Medical Care North America is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 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