Rocky Bayou Basketball

TUE 4-JAN ALETHIA AWAY 4:30JV/5:30G/7VB THU 6-JAN PONCE DE LEON HOME 4:30JV/5:30G/7VB FRI 7-JAN DESTIN HIGH AWAY 6:30VB TUE 11-JAN PCA AWAY 4JV/5G/6:45VB FRI 14-JAN BETHLEHAM HOME 4:30JV/5:30G/7VB TUE 18-JAN PCA HOME 4JV/5G/6:45VB FRI 21-JAN AUCILLA AWAY 4:30JV/5:30G/7VB SAT 22-JAN ALTHA AWAY 4:30JV/5:30G/7VB TUE 25-JAN PONCE DE LEON AWAY 5:45JV/7VB THU 27-JAN BOZEMAN HOME 4:30JV/5:30G/7VB FRI 28-JAN BAKER AWAY...
By Corey Dobridnia, WCSO PIO While the world was facing-off against the first global pandemic since SARS in 2003, federal and state governments frantically made live-saving decisions by putting new public health protocols in motion. The COVID-19 virus was officially dubbed a pandemic in March of 2020 after barreling through 114...
Walton County Schools Update Superintendent Russell Hughes Winter has emerged, but Walton County School District shows no sign of cooling down in educational excellence! On the contrary, we have had a phenomenal first half of the school year, indicated by the many happenings throughout the District. Teachers, students, and staff have...

Bay Buzz January 2022

Harvest Wine & Food Festival Raises Over $100,000 For Local Children! Imagine casually strolling through WaterColor’s picturesque property soaking up filtered sunlight emanating through the trees, experiencing a crisp, warm Gulf breeze while sipping on the most delicious wine and tasting coastal culinary cuisine while live music resonates. This year’s Harvest...
By Heather Bennett In addition to providing meals and snacks for the 3,400 food insecure children in their backpack program, Food for Thought has been gearing up for the holidays. They recently delivered 700 turkeys and 33,000 food items over five service locations to reach more than 3,000 children across...
By Will Estell By this point, most everyone who drives, or keeps up with current economic and supply chain trends, is well aware that the current automobile market in our country (and most others) is facing a problem we haven’t seen to this degree in our lifetimes. In a nutshell, the...
By Kenneth Books Our Hometown Hero, Tom Rice, has always loved three things: the restaurant business, charity and the U.S. Army. After 28 years in uniform, finishing as a First Sergeant, he retired from the military and made it a point to open his own restaurant, a journey which began...
Northwest Florida boasts the second largest bear population in the state. But, due to a high level of development in the region, the black bear population is being pushed out of their homes at alarming rates, which increases bear sightings and injuries to bears. Alaqua Animal Refuge wanted to help...

Furry Friends and Humans

Alaqua Opens New Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Located on five acres within their original Whitfield Rd. property in Freeport, a new Alaqua Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, a state and federally permitted facility, is providing a much-needed resource for rehabilitating sick, injured, and orphaned native wildlife. “Alaqua receives a dozen or more...
The votes are in and four local non-profit groups in Okaloosa and Walton Counties will receive $104,500 each from Impact100 of Northwest Florida, Inc., an organization designed to financially support nonprofit organizations in Okaloosa and Walton Counties. Grant recipients were selected from the following five categories: Arts & Culture; Education;...

Please Like Us on Facebook

389FansLike
Powered By 30A Media | Hosted by Fat Pipe Hosting