This week in Walton history

Published: Sunday, May 18, 2014 at 12:11 PM.

The Rev. Ray Angerman, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church , asked county commissioners to waive the 500-foot setback for selling alcohol within proximity of a church or school, stating that the ordinance hinders local future growth for businesses and the church.

 Fourth grade students of Elizabeth Fairweather, who used a grant from the Cultural Arts Association, donated artwork to Crystal Bay Senior Living Center .

The carcass found under an old gravestone unearthed behind the Walton County Jail did not belong to J. Fuller Gloom, but were found to belong to a cow.

The first Junior Leadership Walton class, 14 Seaside Neighborhood School students, received their diplomas at Walton County Chamber’s First Friday Luncheon in May.


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