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Past articles by Sayona:

The Walton County School District gets an ‘A’ in academics once again

The Florida Department of Education gave Walton County an 'A' grade for the fourth year in a row. → Read More

Florida officials beware of scammers when you online shop

The Bay County Sheriff's Office gives people tips on how to avoid online theft and scammers. → Read More

St. Andrews area ready for a brighter future

The St. Andrews area is undergoing a revitalization after damage from Hurricane Michael, more than three years ago. → Read More

Port St. Joe community held unveiling ceremony to honor veterans

A monument to honor more than 300 North Port St. Joe veterans was unveiled for the Fourth of July. → Read More

Celebrating America’s independence with the annual ‘Proud to be an American’ parade in Lynn Haven

The annual Fourth of July parade at Sharon Sheffield Park in Lynn Haven, included more than 65 floats. → Read More

Bay County firefighter warns about firework dangers after losing part of his fingers

According to the National Fire Protection Association, fireworks start over 19,000 fires and send over 9,000 people to the emergency room each year in the U.S. → Read More

GCSC foundation receives $100,000 grant

Grant received for student scholarships at Gulf Coast State College and assistance for low-income students. → Read More

Boaters trying to stay afloat after rise in gas prices

Some boaters at Captain Anderson's Marina in Panama City Beach, are spending $1,000 every two days on fuel. → Read More

Portion of St. Andrews State Park campground reopened after damage from Hurricane Michael

Another portion of the campground at St. Andrews State Park in Bay County, is open. After damage from Hurricane Michael, the facility is being rebuilt with new improvements. → Read More

Gas prices are at an all time high, people resort to stealing gas in PCB

Two reports of people stealing gas in Panama City Beach have been filed by police. According to AAA, the average national gas price is $5, making it the highest it's ever been. → Read More

Gulf World Marine Park celebrates World Oceans Day

Gulf World Marine Park teamed up with other local organizations to bring awareness for World Oceans Day. → Read More

Families came together for the 10th Annual Taunton Family Festival

After being postponed due to the pandemic, the Taunton Family Festival is back in Wewahitchka. The event was filled with fun activities for kids and families and also raises money for the children's home. → Read More

Bay County waste amnesty days

Bay County's biannual waste amnesty days allow residents to throw out garbage at no cost, for two days. → Read More

Community works to help laid off paper mill employees

There are plenty of resources in the community for those who are impacted by the paper mill closure. → Read More

Tourists coming for red snapper season helps Bay County’s economy

Red snapper season started on June first for federal waters, and will go through August 17th. → Read More

Experts say staying hydrated will prevent a heat emergency during Summer

The sun is blazing as Summer approaches. Experts want people to take proper safety precautions to avoid a heat emergency. → Read More

Memorial Day BBQ event raises money for victims of child abuse

Gulf Coast Children's Advocacy Center raises money for children who are victims of sexual assault, neglect, and abuse. → Read More

PCB Police arrest 21 men for human trafficking, internet crimes involving children

Panama City Beach Police and other agencies discussed two operations in a meeting on Wednesday. Operation Rogue Wave involved arrests for 21 individuals who were allegedly involved with minors. Three others have warrants issued for their arrests. → Read More

Black bear spotted by residents, roaming around Franklin County

Residents in Franklin County have reported numerous bear sightings in the past, but last weekend some encountered a black bear roaming around town. Franklin County Sheriffs are trying to get a hold of FWC, but have not had any luck. → Read More

Walton County’s tourism rates in 2021 brings in billions of dollars for the economy

Tourism continues to be the number one economic driver in Walton County. More than 47,700 jobs were supported in 2021. → Read More