This week in Walton history: The Indians before Columbus

Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 16:07 PM.

Some South Walton residents with 837 telephone prefixes were being billed the 50-cent surcharge for Okaloosa County ’s 9-1-1 system.

 

20 years ago — 1993

European pottery predating Colombian times in the late 1400s may have been discovered in South Walton while archeologists dig at an American Indian site.

Defendant Donnie Demont Phillips was found guilty during retrial for the murder of Freeport liquor store clerk Sherry Lynn Dailey.

Robert Newton Linton, 30, who died in the Walton County Jail, did not receive the medication prescribed for him while he was incarcerated for two days.

A new ordinance makes complaint and enforcements procedures again contractors in Walton County official.



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