Nov. 10 - 16
30 years ago — 1983
The state Department of Environmental Regulation recommended a fine of $10,000 for Sandestin Resort’s uncontrolled spill of dark lake water into the
The newly formed Tourism Task Force finalized plans for spring advertising for area condominiums. The cost of up to $200,000 was to share among Destin’s 86 condos and South Walton’s 26 projects, plus restaurants in both areas.
The Destin Log opened a branch office in South Walton.
District 5 Commissioner Bob Fleet retained his seat on the Walton County Commission.
A 12:45 a.m., a tornado touched down in
Walton County Commissioners were considering establishing the county’s first recycling center at
Judson Cole, management consultant and former chief executive officer of a Fortune 500 company, was named executive director of the South Walton Conservation and Development Trust.
Four commercial fishermen, one from
State unemployment figures released for the month of September show decreases in the jobless rates in Okaloosa and Walton counties compared to a year ago.
Information released by The Haas Center at UWF shows that
Thanks to 80 full-time volunteers and the more than 6,500 hours they contributed, Butler Elementary reached the state highest ranking for the fourth year.
Gov. Jeb Bush announced that Robert Beasley, the husband of recently deceased Melissa Beasley, would follow his wife as the