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The Bay beacon

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The Bay beacon
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Beacon
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Niceville, FL
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Bayou Enterprises Inc., Stephen W. Kent- Publisher
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2010
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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Newspapers -- Niceville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Valparaiso (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Niceville
United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Bluewater Bay
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30.516111 x -86.471667 ( Place of Publication )

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Began Apr. 22, 1992.
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University of Florida
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Beacon Staff Okaloosa County elections workers labored over the holiday weekend to conduct their part of a statewide recount of three close contests for office at stake in the Nov. 6 general election. Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner on Saturday ordered all 67 counties to perform machine recounts of ballots in races for which vote totals of the top two candidates were separated by between one-quarter and one-half of one percent: U.S. Senate, Florida governor, and state agriculture commissioner. Recount results are due in Tallahassee on Thursday. Some 8 million ballots were cast statewide. Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections Paul Lux summoned his staff to report to work at 8 a.m. Sunday in his Crestview office to start recounting the 135,000 ballots cast in the county. They completed their work on Monday, normally a county holiday in observance of Veterans Day. Also on hand was Okaloosa Countys Canvassing Board, the three officials chosen to discern the voters apparent intent for any ballot that could not be read by machine. By law, the A dedication ceremony and public open house for the new Okaloosa County Courthouse in Crestview are set for Friday.Beacon photo by Mike Griffith Beacon Staff The Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office said area residents are getting scam calls from someone claiming to be a a sheriffs deputy, and at least one person who fell for the scheme is out $1,500 as a result. The caller ID showed Okaloosa County in one of the cases and the caller identified himself as an OCSO deputy, said sheriffs spokeswoman Michele Nicholson. He told the victim he had missed jury duty and would be held in criminal contempt if he didnt pay $500 for a fine, and $400 for court fees, Nicholson said. The caller told the victim his phone was being tracked via GPS and if he didnt comply, he would be arrested. The caller told the victim to go to a store, buy two Green Dot prepaid Visa cards, and give him the card numbers. The caller then advised the victim one of the cards was no good and had him purchase another one for an additional $500, the sheriffs spokeswoman said. The caller then had the victim drive to a sheriffs office branch in Crestview where, he said, a deputy would meet him. When no officer arrived, the victim called the real sheriffs office. In another case on Nov. 6, a woman received a telephone call from a man claiming to be an Okaloosa sheriffs deputy. He gave the woman a similar story, and had her buy $1,500 in prepaid debit cards, and give him the numbers. These scams are quite common and can be extremely difficult to trace, said Nicholson. So the best way to fight them is through prevention and education. Legitimate operations would not require a person to purchase prepaid or gift cards and provide the numbers.By Mike Griffith Beacon Correspondent County Administrator John Hofstad told the county commission that the Nov. 6 meeting was likely to be their last such session held at Crestview City Hall. Hofstad said construction of a new county courthouse is nearing completion in Crestview, containing meeting chambers for the county commission. A dedication ceremony for the building is planned for 9 a.m. Friday, followed by a daylong public open house. During the meeting at city hall last week, Commission Chairman Graham Fountain thanked Hofstad and his staff for the effort that they have made to ensure that the construction of the $24 million building has gone smoothly. Fountain said the project has been noteworthy for its lack of significant delays or cost overruns. Construction of the new courthouse in the county seat began in January 2017, after it was determined that it would be too difficult and costly to renovate the old courthouse, built in 1953. The Crestview facility will house four courtrooms, judicial and court-security offices, clerk of court offices, and county commission offices. Most of the work of these departments will continue to be conducted from offices in the south-county communities of Fort Walton Beach and Shalimar. The Twin Cities Veterans Council honored those who served in U.S. armed forces during a Veterans Day ceremony Saturday at Amvets Post 78, Valparaiso. Keynote speaker was Lt. Gen. James Sherrard (ret.), former commander, Air Force Reserve Command. The city of Valparaiso was represented by Mayor Brent Smith, and Niceville by Mayor Pro Tem Sal Nodjomian. Twenty-five wreaths were presented by local organizations. Taps was played by Neil Woods.Beacon photos by Paula Mims$24 million courthouse approaches completion Honoring those who served Please see COURT, page A-3 Please see RECOUNT, page A-2 Sheriff warns of jury-duty swindle T T h h e eB B a a y y B B e e a a c c o o n n info@baybeacon.com The voice of Niceville, Bluewater Bay and Valparaiso since 1992 (850) 678-1080 50Wednesday, November 14, 2018 14 Pages, 2 Sections, 5 Inserts Hometown Christmas Special Section Inside A+ Painting AA Auto Clinic Advanced Home Repair Basil & Baxters Bayou Book Co. Bayou Tree Service Best Buy Carpet Boathouse Landing Carriage Hills Realty CCB Community Bank Chef Ernies at the Eglin Golf Course Citizens Real Estate City of DeFuniak Springs Crazy Madhatters Salon-De-Tea Dermatology Surgery Center Diamond Works Dr. Amber Wiebe E & D Pressure Washing Eglin Federal Credit Union Emerald Coast Boat Club Emerald Coast Nursery Eye M.D. of Niceville Fantastic Sams First Baptist Church of Niceville Flora Saxon Geico Gulf Coast Dental Gulf Coast Hearing Center Hometown Christmas/DeFuniak Immanuel Anglican Church Indulge! JD Jewelers Katie's House of Flowers L'Orange Auto Import Service Lighthouse Therapy Lily Pads Interior Market Linda Zickler Lowe's Mattress Depot McLaughlin Funeral Niceville Family Dental Niceville Hearing Center Niceville Insurance Agency One Hour Air Conditioning Ottesen Family Dentistry Publix Purdy Painting Rhino Shield Ritz Salon Simmons Simpler Carpet Smileology Summit II In Hair Twin Cities Transmission Walker's ACE Hardware Winn-Dixie Okaloosa County completes its share of state vote recountElections officials and Canvassing Board members oversee machine recount of Okaloosa County ballots. Inset: Bags and boxes of ballots awaited recount. Photos by Beacon Staff & (inset) Louise McGirr Paul Lux Election results, A-3. Scam artists sought payment via prepaid debit cards.

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board consists of the elections supervisor, a county judge who serves as chair (currently T. Patterson Maney, who retired from the bench earlier this year), and the chair of the county commission (currently Kelly Windes). The machine used in the county recount can tabulate ballots at the rate of 8,000 to 10,000 an hour, unlike the familiar election-day precinct-level tabulators which are hand-fed, one at a time, by each voter. Unofficial results issued Tuesday morning, following completion of the county recount, showed slight declines in vote totals for all six candidates involved, compared with results rissued Nov. 7. In the recount for the U.S. Senate contest, the total for Republican Rick Scott was reduced by 46 votes at the county level, while Democrat Bill Nelsons was reduced by 27. In the governors race, Republican Ron DeSantis lost 44 votes in the recount, while Democrat Andrew Gillum lost 26. For agriculture commissioner, Republican Matt Caldwell lost 44 votes, while Democrat Nikki Fried lost 24. In all three races the percentage reduction for the Democrats in the county recount was slightly greater than for the Republicans. Not yet tabulated are some ballots cast from abroad, which have until Nov. 16 to arrive to be included in official results. For the recount, Okaloosas high-speed tabulator was programmed to process only the three contests at issue, Lux said. If a ballot shows an overvote (more than one circle ticked for a given race), or an undervote (no circle ticked for a given race), it is set aside for scrutiny in case of a later state-ordered manual recount, he said. A manual recount would be required in any election in which the top two candidates are separated by one-quarter percentage point or less. This is the first statewide Florida recount ordered since the 2000 retabulation of the presidential contest between George W. Bush and Al Gore. That race was eventually decided in favor of Bush by the outcome in the Sunshine State, where he led by a margin of 537 votes out of nearly 6 million cast. OUR GUARANTEEDeciding to purchase hearing devices can take years. Once you finally do, you want to be satisfied. That is why we will Bend Over Backwards! to see that you are satisfied. That promise, plus our selection, prices and great service sets us apart. Pay us a visit and youll see the difference. Call today for a FREE Hearing Profile HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE COUPONSCome by and see the differencehear KAITLYNLOCKEHAS 4400 Hwy. 20 E., Ste. 211, Bluewater Bay (850) 279-4545 Expires: 11/30/18 Expires: 11/30/18 batteries$3 per packLimit 4by Varta NERA 2$2,00000All Models & SizesReg. $2,30000Page A-2 Wednesday, November 14, 2018 THEBAYBEACON RECOUNTFrom page A-1 Okaloosa Countys high-speed tabulator can count 8,000 to 10,000 ballots an hour. Beacon photo

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Beacon Staff A total of 135,563 ballots were cast in Okaloosa County in the Nov. 6 general election, a 62percent turnout, according to the county supervisor of elections. Meantime, recounts have been ordered in three statewide races due to very narrow margins: U.S. Senate, governor, and state agriculture commissioner. Okaloosa County voters passed a half-percent, 10-year countywide surtax. It will raise the total sales tax rate to 6.5 percent effective Jan. 1. The additional revenue, an estimated $19 million a year or more, will be split between county and city governments. Statewide, voters approved 11 of 12 proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution, including a measure that will automatically restore voting rights to most of the states estimated 1.5 million ex-convicts. Until now felons have had to petition for restoration individually, a process that was under legal attack as too difficult and potentially too arbitrary. Among other state constitutional amendments passed was a ban on dog racing and a requirement that the Florida Legislature muster two-thirds votes to raise state taxes or fees. Also approved were new curbs on paid lobbying by certain public officials and exofficials. A ban on oil drilling in state waters also won passage. The only proposed amendment to fail would have added a third $25,000 homestead exemption to property-tax bills. In voting for government office, U.S Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Republican, won a second term as Congress member for District 1, defeating Democrat Jennifer Zimmerman by a two-to-one margin. For the Florida House of Representatives District 4 seat, incumbent Mel Ponder, a Destin Republican, outpolled Democrat Rebecca Koelzer of Valparaiso, 72 percent to 28 percent. For the District 2 seat in the Florida Senate, incumbent Republican George Gainer bested Democrat Mary Jeanne Gigi Gibson, by a three-to-one margin. In statewide results, Rick Scott, a Republican, claimed victory over incumbent Bill Nelson, a Democrat, for the U.S. Senate. A recount was triggered due to the exceedingly narrow difference of about 13,000 votes out of 8.2 million. (In Okaloosa County, 72 percent voted for Scott.) Republican Ron DeSantis claimed victory over Democrat Andrew Gillum in the contest for governor. A recount was ordered due to the close vote, 49.5 percent to 49.2 percent. (Okaloosa County voters went for DeSantis better than two to one.) For the office of Florida attorney general, Republican Ashley Moody defeated Democrat Sean Shaw, 52 percent to 46 percent. The outcome of the contest for Florida commissioner of agriculture was in doubt, subject to a recount. Only about 5,000 votes separated Republican Matt Caldwell from Democrat Nikki Fried, who was leading in the most recent statewide totals. (In Okaloosa County, Caldwell bested Fried by better than two to one.) For the office of state chief financial officer, incumbent Jimmy Patronis beat Democrat Jeremy Ring, 52 percent to 48 percent. A total of 135,563 people in Okaloosa County were qualified to cast ballots in the election. Of these, 58 percent registered as Republicans, 19 percent as Democrats, and 23 percent as affiliated with a minor party or no party, according to county Supervisor of Elections Paul Lux. Okaloosa voters OK sales-tax hike Mel Ponder George Gainer Rick Scott Bill Nelson Ron DeSantis Road closure The 96th Test Wing is scheduled to conduct testing on the Eglin range complex requiring the closure of State Roads 85 and 123. Testing is scheduled to take place Nov. 14. The roads will be closed for the entire duration of the scheduled times on the following day: Nov. 14, between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. In the event testing is cancelled, a back-up mission is scheduled for Nov. 15 between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. For more information and updates on road closures visit www.eglin.af.mil. Myositis KIT Support group Residents of NWF Panhandle, AL and MS diagnosed with Myositis are invited to attend the Myositis Associations local KIT support group quarterly meeting in Valparaiso. They are encouraged to bring family members, caregivers and friends. The meeting is on Thursday, November 15 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Boathouse Landing, 124 N. John Sims Parkway, Valparaiso, on the western edge of Niceville. For reservations and more information, please contact Madge, by noon Wednesday Nov.14 at 850279-4306 H / 478-335-0420 C or nwftmakit@cox.net Pine Needle Basketry Early Native Americans in the region wove abundant longleaf pine needles into beautiful and useful baskets. Popular instructor, Joe Stoy will teach the age-old skill vof pine needle basketry using the original Seminole techniques in a class, Saturday November 17, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. at the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida. The cost is $60 or, $55 for Museum Members. (All materials included) Space is limited. Please call to pre-register. 850-678-2615. The Nutcracker The Northwest Florida Ballet presents their 39th annual performance of the holiday favorite, "The Nutcracker," on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday Nov. 18 at 2:30 p.m. at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center at Northwest Florida State College in the Mainstage Theater. Tickets are $38 for adults and $18 for children (12 and under). Purchase advance tickets from the ballet at (850) 664-7787 or nfballet.org or week of the show, if tickets remain, from Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box Office at (850) 729-6000 or MattieKellyArtsCenter.org. Art and craft vendors wanted The Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida invites Art/Craft/Antique Vendors for Yule of Yesteryear A Traditional Christmas Festival December 8, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Art and Craft Vendors must produce quality, hand-crafted, original items only. To register, go to: e-mail: info@heritage-museum.org or call 850678-2615. Intro to Wood Turning Learn the basic skills of wood turning with instructor Christopher Sandlin, and make your own wooden pen creation. No heavy tools or lifting required. Ages 12-15 may take the class with adult supervision. Students should wear a short sleeve shirt and wear hair pulled back. Saturday, November 17, 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Space is limited. All supplies are included. Please call to pre-register: 850-678-2615. Cost is $66 per student; $61 for Museum Members. Microsoft Overview Training Valparaiso Goodwill Career Campus Training Center will be providing a free, 2 evenings, Microsoft Overview training class to anyone who is interested on Nov. 19 and 20. Class will be from 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Participants will learn what makes up the Microsoft Office Suite and will be completing hands -on exercises using MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint during the class session. We have limited seating so you must reserve your spot. Call 850-729-8690 to register. Located at 143 N. John Sims Pkwy. THEBAYBEACONWednesday, November 14, 2018 Page A-3 2018 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 8 15 E-mail items to info@baybeacon.com by 5 p.m. Wednesday.CALENDAR Please see CALENDAR, page A-6 The project began in 2014 with the award of a design/build contract to renovate the old courthouse at a budgeted cost of $8.5 million, much of it borrowed, according to a state audit of the project. The following year, after deciding that the courthouse on James Lee Boulevard and Main Street needed to be twice as large, and that the old courthouse was contaminated by mold and asbestos, the county commission voted to raze it and replace it with a 68,000-squarefoot, three-story building at a cost of $23.65 million. That a $15 million increase in the scope of the project was accomplished by changes in the initial renovation contract rather than by seeking new competitive bids for what had become a different job drew criticism earlier this year from state auditors. In a report dated Sept. 4, the auditors, working for the Florida Legislature, said they did not find any evidence that the County violated any policies in the County purchasing manual. However, when a project change order increases the value or scope of a project by a significant amount, and the project is not rebid, it may give the appearance that the program is giving preferential treatment to the contractor that the project was awarded to, and the County may be denying itself the potential cost-savings of additional vendors attracted to bid on a larger scale project than apparent from the original solicitation. In addition, the competitive bidding process is a control to ensure fair market value and the best qualified vendor for services. The auditors added: At either the March 2015 discovery of substantially expanded functional needs to support caseload, or the October 2015 discovery of environmental issues, the magnitude of changes in expectations for scale and scope, respectively, could have initiated the County to rebid the effort. The auditors also found that the county does not have a procedure in place for documenting the quality of all projects performed by contractors and work crews. In response, county officials told auditors that they accomplished the courthouse project in the most speedy and cost-effective way, according to the report. They also said that current procedures are adequate to ensure construction quality. COURTFrom page A-1 Andrew Gillum Ashley Moody Matt Caldwell Nikki Fried Jimmy Patronis Money Soap NOW IN STOCK! 850-678-1593www.bayoubookcompany.comOak Creek Shopping Center, Niceville Open: Mon. Sat. 9-6 Sun. Noon 5 Since 1986 Real Money In Every Bar Matt Gaetz Election totals are posted; statewide recounts ordered

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ArrestsOn Oct. 26 Niceville police arrested Craig Sam Cooper, 30, of 178 Miramar Dr., Mary Esther, on charges of driving while license suspended, first offense, marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, drug equipment possession and/or use, and falsely identifying himself to law enforcement officer. * On Oct. 28 Niceville police arrested Jeffery Jay Osborne, 31, of 450 Howard St., Niceville, on a charge of driving while license suspended, fourth or subsequent offense * On Oct. 29 Niceville police arrested Brina Nicole Davis, 26, of 1712 26th St., #B, Niceville, on charges of grand theft of between $300 and $5,000, and probation violation. * On Oct. 29 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Shawn Clifford Chaplin, 37, of 23 Hampton Cir., Niceville, on a charge of probation violation, felony. * On Oct. 29 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Joel Aaron Davis, 28, of 1712 26th St., Niceville, on a charge of probation violation, felony. * On Oct. 29 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Raymond Lee Heyman, 30, of 590 Hill Ln., Niceville, on a charge of failure to appear for a felony offense. * On Oct. 30 Niceville police arrested a 17-year-old girl on charges of possessing a controlled substance without a prescription, marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, and drug equipment possession and/or use. * On Oct. 30 Niceville police arrested Herman Romario Singleton, 36, a floor care worker, of 2170 Calle De Cantabria, Navarre, on a charge of grand theft of between $300 and $5,000 * On Oct. 30 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Shane Daniel Simerly, 33, of 2435 Duncan Dr., Niceville, on charges of giving false owner information to pawn items for less than $300, theft of between $300 and $5,000, and dealing in stolen property. * On Oct. 31 Niceville police arrested Tiffane Jane Izquierdo, 32, of 7 8th St., Shalimar, on a charge of DUI. * On Oct. 31 Niceville police arrested Matthew Dale Scarborough, 28, of 209 22nd St., Niceville, on charges of possessing a controlled substance without a prescription and drug equipment possession and/or use * On Oct. 31 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Jesse James Dudek, 26, of 1439 Cypress St., Niceville, on a charge of probation violation. * On Oct. 31 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Ashley Nicole Smith, 34, of 304 Reeves St., Niceville, on charges of drug equipment possession and/or use and failure to appear for a misdemeanor offense. * On Nov. 1 Niceville police arrested Mary Francis Lawson, 25, of 1313 Keturah St., Niceville, on charges of possessing a harmful new legend drug without a prescription, possessing opium or a derivative, as well as heroin, hallucinogen, and meth, all with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, and selling cocaine * On Nov. 1 Valparaiso police arrested Timothy Wayne Bryant, 22, an assistant manager, of 5837 Hunting Meadows Dr., Crestview, on charges of possessing opium or a derivative and marijuana with intention to sell, manufacture, or deliver, and drug equipment possession and/or use. * On Nov. 1 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Jackie Lauren Spillar, 29, of 1134 Finck Rd., Niceville, on charges of petit theft, third or subsequent conviction, and drug equipment possession and/or use. * On Nov. 2 Niceville police arrested Andre Jermaine Rich, 34, of 1114 Rita Ln., Niceville, on charges of selling schedule III or IV drugs, distribution of marijuana, and three counts of drug equipment possession and/or use * On Nov. 2 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Richard Eric Lose, 47, at large, of Niceville, on charges of attaching a registration license plate not assigned, driving with a suspended or revoked license, failure to have motor vehicle liability insurance, and drug equipment possession and/or use. * On Nov. 2 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Jason Christopher Mason, 38, of 321 Saint Andrews Dr., Niceville, on two counts of probation violation, misdemeanor, and falsely identifying himself to a law enforcement officer. * On Nov. 2 the Okaloosa Sheriffs office arrested Kimberly Dawn Miller, 41, of 186 Chicago Ave., Valparaiso, as an out-of-state fugitive from justice. * On Nov. 3 Valparaiso police arrested Shannon Lore Allmon, 33, a food service worker, of 5409 Malcolm Tucker Ave., #B, Crestview, on charges of possessing opium or a derivative with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, possessing a controlled substance without a prescription, marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, drug equipment possession and/or use, and parole violation.OtherOn Oct. 22 Valparaiso police responded to an address on Government Avenue regarding a missing trailer valued at $1,500. * On Oct. 22 Valparaiso police observed numerous signs posted on power poles advertising a business offering to buy houses for cash. The signs were in violation of a city code, and police advised a company representative to have them removed within 24 hours. As of Oct. 25, however, this had not yet been done. * On Oct. 23 Valparaiso police responded to an address on Glendale regarding a disturbance. * On Oct. 24 Valparaiso police responded to a report of a safe and other items found in a creek near Kelly Road. Officers recovered the safe and other material, and informed the Niceville Police Department, which is currently working a case involving a missing safe. * On Oct. 26 Valparaiso police responded to an address on Michigan Avenue, where the windows of a car had been shattered. 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 sheriff s 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 Nov. 2, 2018 through Nov. 8, 2018. STREET SiTUATION DATE TIME Virginia Ave...............................Cancelled...............................11/2/18......................02:12 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Vehicle crash.........................11/2/18......................06:57 Roberts Dr................................Cancelled...............................11/2/18......................12:44 Illinois Ave.................................Cancelled...............................11/2/18......................13:48 Sycamore Ave..........................Medical..................................11/2/18......................15:42 Allen St.....................................Medical..................................11/2/18......................16:53 S.R. 123....................................Vehicle crash.........................11/2/18......................23:25 Regatta Dr................................Medical..................................11/3/18......................20:48 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Alarm activation.....................11/4/18......................00:28 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Alarm activation.....................11/4/18......................00:49 Pine Court................................Service call............................11/4/18......................04:19 Allen St.....................................Medical..................................11/4/18......................09:14 Pine Court................................Service call............................11/4/18......................19:55 Pine Court................................Medical..................................11/5/18......................00:02 Forest Rd..................................Vehicle crash.........................11/5/18......................07:36 Virginia Ave...............................Cancelled...............................11/5/18......................10:18 Bay Shore Dr............................Medical..................................11/5/18......................10:20 E. College Blvd........................Alarm activation.....................11/5/18......................12:52 W. John Sims Pkwy.................Medical..................................11/5/18......................19:41 Pine Court................................Medical..................................11/5/18......................20:05 Illinois Ave.................................Structure fire..........................11/5/18......................20:50 Drew Ct.....................................Alarm activation.....................11/6/18......................09:20 W. Edge Ave.............................Cancelled...............................11/6/18......................10:57 Meigs Dr...................................Service call............................11/6/18......................12:53 20th Street................................Medical..................................11/6/18......................20:12 Bayshore Dr.............................Electrical problem..................11/7/18......................11:48 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Medical..................................11/7/18......................14:32 Ellis Ave....................................Medical..................................11/7/18......................22:10 27th Street................................Medical..................................11/8/18......................08:38 Grand View Ave.......................Cancelled...............................11/8/18......................09:03 Washington Ave.......................Cancelled...............................11/8/18......................14:58 E. John Sims Pkwy..................Vehicle crash.........................11/8/18......................16:43 Weekly Safety Tip: All rental housing must have working smoke alarms. Contact your landlord, property manager for assistance. Niceville North BayThe North Bay Fire District responded to the following calls from Oct. 27, 2018 through Nov. 1, 2018. LOCATION SITUATION DATE TIME N. White Point Rd....................EMS call................................10/27/18...................13:30 Vinings Way Blvd.....................Dispatched & cancelled........10/27/18...................15:05 Windward Ln............................EMS call................................10/27/18...................15:29 Windward Cir............................EMS call................................10/27/18...................20:29 Sunset Cv.................................Medical assist........................10/29/18...................20:15 Windward Cir............................EMS call................................10/29/18...................20:52 Merchants Way........................Medical assist........................10/30/18...................01:44 Merchants Way........................Medical assist........................10/30/18...................04:16 E. Hwy. 20................................Dispatched & cancelled........10/30/18...................08:28 Oakwood Way..........................EMS call................................10/30/18...................08:16 S. R. 293..................................Public assist...........................10/30/18...................15:35 Myrtlewood Ln..........................EMS call................................10/30/18...................15:39 Parkwood Dr.............................Medical assist........................10/31/18...................00:49 W. John Sims Pkwy.................Dispatched & cancelled........10/31/18...................08:15 Oaklake Ln...............................EMS call................................10/31/18...................07:42 Lancaster Dr.............................EMS call................................10/31/18...................10:23 Bluewater Blvd.........................Public assist...........................10/31/18...................12:17 Merchants Way........................EMS call................................10/31/18...................14:11 E. Commons Dr.......................Dispatched & cancelled........10/31/18...................18:41 Sailboat Dr................................Detector activation................10/31/18...................18:49 Visit northbayfd.org for more information. 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We have 14 premier agents with the knowledge and expertise you deserve!www.CarriageHills.com(850) 678-5178 (800) 874-8929 REALTOR@CarriageHills.com 1821 John Sims Parkway, Niceville, FL 32578 Mary Francis LawsonThe Valparaiso Volunteer Fire Department responded to the following calls from Oct.8, 2018 through Oct.31, 2018 LOCATION SITUATION DATE TIME Hillcrest Ave..............................Medical..................................10/8/18.....................11:44 Hidden Cove Cir.......................Hazardous condition.............10/9/18.....................01:54 Portugal Cv...............................Medical..................................10/10/18...................13:15 Edge Ave..................................Cancelled...............................10/11/18...................01:51 Kelly Mill Rd..............................Medical..................................10/13/18...................19:52 Chicago Ave.............................Medical..................................10/15/18...................07:07 Menzel......................................Medical..................................10/15/18...................10:09 Kelley Way...............................Medical..................................10/15/18...................18:15 Government Ave......................Vehicle crash.........................10/16/18...................07:18 Glen Ave...................................Medical..................................10/17/18...................22:59 Island Ln...................................Fire.........................................10/18/18...................08:56 N Bayshore Dr..........................Service call............................10/18/18...................14:28 23rd Street................................Fire.........................................10/19/18...................20:49 Echo Dr.....................................Cancelled ..............................10/20/18...................16:10 Highland St...............................Medical..................................10/21/18...................03:48 Jackson Ave.............................Medical..................................10/23/18...................17:30 Okaloosa Ave...........................Medical..................................10/24/18...................19:35 SR 293 MM15..........................Cancelled...............................10/25/18...................12:53 N Bayshore Dr..........................Gas leak................................10/28/18...................13:53 Old East Gate Rd....................Medical..................................10/29/18...................16:11 SR 293 MM14..........................Vehicle crash ........................10/30/18...................08:10 Glen Ave...................................Medical..................................10/31/18...................06:42 Contact the Valparaiso Volunteer Fire Department at 729-5410 with any questions or concerns. Our Mission Is Your Safety.Valparaiso Timothy Wayne Bryant Andre Jermaine Rich Shannon Lore AllmonPage A-4 Wednesday, November 14, 2018 THEBAYBEACON Ladies, its time to ditch your bras. Our camis give you comfort, support and shape all day long. Bras are the worst. Call today for your free cami fitting. Christine, 850-217-2946. goodbyebras.com PRIVATE HOUSE-KEEPER NEEDED Private, home in Destin, FL seeks an experienced full-time Housekeeper (no weekends) Looking for very good references Must be mature, dedicated, and thorough with a pleasant demeanor. The atmosphere of household is quiet, calm, and respectful; chemical and fragrance-free. The team of exceptional professionals operates on the basis of knowledge and respect. Imperative that you are a high energy team player. Must know your craft. Individual must have the ability to communicate well (verbally and electronically), help with laundry, some kitchen assistance and pet assistance. $15-$20/hour DOE with potential for salary and benefits after 90 days. Full background check and drug test required. If interested, email resume to clean.2018@yahoo.com Original Spud McKenzie neon nut crackers-56+, bar mirrors, signs, tins, lighted bar signs, antiques, collectables, crank phone, liquor bottles (some full), dice plates, cheese slicer, brass fire extinguishers, lamp, aztec chess set, vintage cast iron corn grinder #1 1/2. Too much to list. Call/text 702-595-6672 House cleaning services in Crestview and Niceville areas. Background check and references. Call Cathy at 850-830-5377. Beauty Help Wanted Items for Sale Services CLASSIFIEDS Beacon Where Buyers and Sellers Meet! Services Services Services Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Homes for Rent Homes for Rent Homes for Rent CITIZENS REAL ESTATE5 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, Living Room, Family Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Large Entertainment Room, 2-Car Garage, Approx. 3,000 s.f.Call 850-678-6090 or Jim at 585-0896 103 Linda Court$2,100 per monthFor Rent! Advertise inAT YOUR SERVICEThe Bay Beacon (850) 678-1080 The Memorial Service forKerney Ward Saxon IIIwill be November 16, 2018, 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary of First Baptist Church, Niceville. Visitation will be held at 10:00 a.m. for family and friends.

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THEBAYBEACONWednesday, November 14, 2018 Page A-5 Tatiana Beauchamp and her son Jonathan, saw what they thought was an alligator washed up on the shore of thier property along Rocky Bayou, but it was no alligator. After calling Florida Fish and Wildlife they were told it was a Prehistoric Sturgeon an extremely rare fish and under extreme threat of extinction. A quick Google search revealed the last Prehistoric Sturgeon found was off the shores of NJ in 2015.Prehistoric fish found in Rocky Bayou Eagles take down Gulf Breeze The Niceville High School Eagles season came to an end at the hands of the Crestview Bulldogs last Friday night up in Crestview by a score of 28-7. TJ Pope scored Niceville's lone touchdown with 8:48 left to play in the fourth quarter. The Eagles finish up the year with a record of 7-4. Clockwise from top left: The Eagles take the field for the last time in the 2018 season. Future Eagle Pride majorette, Brooklyn Coley, practices her skills on the sideline. Niceville fans were bundled up against the cold weather. TJ Pope on a run in the third quarter. Beacon photos by Paula MimsNiceville's season ends Both the boys and girls Ruckel Middle School soccer teams opened the season with wins against Walton Middle School Monday Nov. 5 at Twin Oaks. The Ruckel boys scored five goals before halftime. The Ruckel girls didn't need a long game to secure the win. They mercy-ruled Walton with an 8-0 margin at the half. Fans can catch the Rams in action against Freeport on November 30th at Twin Oaks. Girls will play at 5:00 and the boys game is slated for 6:15. Beacon photos by Paula MimsRuckel defeats Walton Ruckel Middle School ran into a tough opponent in Pryor Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the first game of the 2018-2019 basketball season. The girls fell by a score of 42-22 and the boys were defeated 44-27. The teams hope to rebound from these losses when they take on Walton Middle School at home on Thursday, November 29. The boys' game starts at 5:30 and the girls tip off at 7:00. The gym was packed to see the Rams in action for the first time this season. Inset l-r: Ruckel's Diego Carrion works along the baseline against Pryor defender Kyl Webb. Grace Langston led all Ruckel players with 9 points.Beacon photos by Paula MimsRams lose home opener Barbara Harrison, Outreach Chair for the Sand Dunes Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America, presented a Habitat for Humanity Welcome Sampler to Shawna Holman and her three daughters on recently at the dedication of her new home in Crestview. This is the 61st home built by Okaloosa's Habitat for Humanity. The sampler was stitched by Mickey Stovall and framed by Cynthia Hardesty. An Embroiderers Guild welcome home In preseason action, the Niceville High School boys soccer team defeated Gulf Breeze at Twin Oaks last Thursday. Liam Etan scored Niceville's only goal of the first half. The Niceville defense played strong, stopping three shots on goal early in the first half and keeping a penalty kick out of the goal that ricocheted off the top bar. The Eagles didn't waste any time in the second half and scored their second goal with less than a minute in. Three more goals were scored by Niceville early in the second half to secure the 5-0 win. Top left: Number 8 Caleb Stalnaker congratulates teammate Liam Etan after Etan scores a goal. Bottom left: Luke Brockington looks to pass late in the second half. Fans can catch the girls soccer team in action on Wednesday, November 14 at Twin Oaks (JV 5:00, varsity 7:00), and the boys will be back on the pitch at Twin Oaks on November 26 when they take on Choctaw (JV 5:00, varsity 7:00).Beacon photos by Paula Mims

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A Season for Singing The Niceville High School Chorus will perform its annual holiday showA Season for Singingon Tuesday, November 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Mattie Kelly Arts Center in Niceville. The concert will feature students from the six Niceville High School choral music ensembles in an extraordinary performance of traditional, classical and contemporary holiday favorites. Tickets can be purchased by calling the box office at 850-7296000 or through the Mattie Kelly Arts Center ticket portal found at mattiekellyartscenter.org. The box office is open Monday Friday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for ticket purchases. The Niceville High School Chorus is a regionally respected program that is perennially recognized as Superior at district and state events. They lead the state by having been designated Choirs of Distinction seventeen times in the past six years by the Florida Vocal Association. It's A Wonderful Life NWF State College is proud to present Joe Landrys Its a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play. Set in a glamorous radio production studio, performers are warming up and preparing to present the live radio show of the beloved Christmas story. Its a Wonderful Life runs in the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Sprint Theater November 29 December 1, with nightly performances at 7:30. A 2 p.m. matinee is scheduled for Saturday, December 1. Tickets are $25 and include an intermission reception in the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries with holiday treats provided by The Eventful Planner. Tickets are on sale now at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box Office. Call (850) 729-6000 or go online at mattiekellyartscenter.org to purchase tickets before they sell out. A Christmas Chaos Rocky Bayou Christian School Thespians for Christ will present our fall play, A Christmas Chaos by Michael Wehrli, on Friday, November 30, and Saturday, December 1, at the Fort Walton Beach Municipal Auditorium. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and curtain at 7 p.m. Tickets will be available for purchase online at November 5 through November 29, Adults $12, Students (3yrs. 12th grade) $10. Tickets may be purchased at the door while they last: Adults $14, Students $12. Contact Jana Obrigewitch at 850-279-4112 for more information. ALL AROUND THE TOWN One Hour Air is growing rapidly, and is seeking qualified, enthusiastic people to help it grow. The Niceville-based business offers three brands of serviceOne Hour Air Conditioning & Heating, Ben Franklin Plumbing, and Mister Sparky Electric. The Niceville business has branches in Orlando, in Birmingham, Alabama, and elsewhere. The company also recently acquired Rooterman, a Navarre company which merged with Ben Franklin Plumbing in August. Our company is growing rapidly, said Jason Ring, Senior Vice President of Branded Operations. Within the past year, Ben Franklin Plumbing has grown from 8 plumbers to 20, while One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating has grown from 20 technicians to 43, and Mister Sparky Electric has grown from 2 to 6 technicians. We also recently purchased a new Ben Franklin location in Winterhaven, Florida. The rapid expansion, Ring said, requires the company to hire and train new people. We are looking for qualified technicians for multiple locations in Northwest Florida, Birmingham, and Orlando, Ring said. We currently do about $30 million of business per year, and expect to grow to about $50 million per year by 2021. During the coming year in Niceville, we expect to add 4 airconditioning and heating technicians for routine maintenance visits to customers, and an additional eight technicians qualified for ondemand and emergency repair service. At our Gulf Breeze location, we expect to add 6 maintenance technicians and 6 repair technicians by spring. In Niceville, we expect to add 4 new plumbers, 4 new plumbers in Gulf Breeze, and 4 new plumbers in Birmingham. Mr. Sparky Electric will add 2 new electricians in Niceville, and 2 in Gulf Breeze. In Birmingham, we plan to add 4 maintenance airconditioning and heating technicians, and 6 repair technicians. We also plan to add new trucks to our fleet one truck per technician. Employment with One Hour Air, said Ring, offers outstanding opportunities for people who are willing and able to learn technical skills rapidly, who enjoy interacting with customers, and who bring ambition, selfdiscipline, and enthusiasm to their work. One Hour Air, he said, offers an excellent pay and benefits package, including a 401(k) investment plan, and opportunities for promotion, career growth, and a choice of locations in which to work. Unlike some businesses which only hire people who already have the needed skills, One Hour Air has its own in-house training program, where new recruits become qualified, licensed plumbers, electricians, or heating, ventilation, and airconditioning (HVAC) technicians. One Hour Air especially seeks military veterans, Ring said, because veterans have already demonstrated their ability to learn quickly, as well as self-discipline, a sense of duty, adaptability, and the ability to get along well with other people. For information about career opportunities with the One Hour Air family of companies, call (850) 678-0911 or visit the One Hour website at www.onehourair.com.Advertising Feature One Hour Air Conditioning and HeatingGrowing and hiring One Hours training facility is located in Niceville. It includes a spacious training classroom, which eliminates the need for technicians to travel to places such as Mobile or Panama City. THEBAYBEACONPage A-6 Wednesday, November 14, 2018 NICEVILLE HEARING CENTER1001 College Blvd., W., Bldg. 2 Niceville Twin Cities Medical Plaza(850) 678-3277 FAX: (850) 678-3211 Email: Grant@EarCareAssociates.com www.NicevilleHearingCenter.comGrant Williams HAS, ACA Audioprosthologist Experience You Can Trust 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 & Products Kenra Haircare ProductsFULLSERVICEHAIRfor ladies & men Call Today!678-1977 & GENERAL REPAIRBrakes Water PumpsTiming Belts Struts/Shocks Expert, Certified Techs Detailed Estimates(850)729-6629 Quality Parts Friendly Service CALENDARFrom page A-3 The 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 mid-Walton County from Villa Tasso to Basin Bayou, including Choctaw Beach. Subscriptions: One year, mail, $104. One year, electronic subscription, $52.Niceville s NewspaperThe Bay Beacon& Beacon Express 1181 E. John Sims Parkway Niceville, Florida 32578 (850) 678-1080 info@baybeacon.com Botox$8.99 PDO Thread lift for brow lift, facelift, jowl lift, and neck lift PDO smooth threads for collagen stimulation and wrinkle reduction Kybella for chin fat reduction Botox Fillers Neck BotoxExpires: 11/30/18min 35 unitsper unit Must mention this ad at time of treatment. No exceptions.

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