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EREC’s 85th Annual Meeting

EREC’s 85th Annual Meeting For Members of EREC Ernest Ward Middle School Saturday, April 27 Activities 8 – 10 am Business Meeting begins at 10 am Lots of Door Prizes, Kids Activities, Breakfast available for purchase (cash only) – proceeds go to Ernest Ward’s Culinary Arts Program, Vendor Informational Tables Ford Lightning Electric Vehicle on Display Announcement of […]

Jay Pro Rodeo

23rd Annual Sandy Sansing Jay Pro Rodeo  The 23rd Annual Sandy Sansing Jay Pro Rodeo will be held at 8:00 P.M., on April 26th  and 27th at the Ted May Arena in Jay. Gates will open at 6:00PM. The 3R Rodeo Company from Jemison, Alabama will entertain the crowd with rodeo action including pro bull riding, saddle broncs, calf and […]

Joy in Jay

A little rain wasn’t going to stop the parade and fun activities this year! Check out the photo gallery of this year’s Joy in Jay.

Santa Rosa Deputies attend K-9 training in Okaloosa

K9s United, a national nonprofit dedicated to advocating for and supporting K9 law enforcement officers, hosted a free four-day training seminar at the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office for more than 70 K9 teams and EMS professionals. The teams traveled from Alabama and California and across Florida for a customized training that encompassed high-level problem-solving and […]

JHS HOCO Parade Pics

Holiday Market Basket

Milton Riverfest

Opry at the Barn

Gaetz in Jay

Mike Scott, owner of Scott’s Outdoors in Jay, hosted a Legislative Update with Matt Gaetz. Stands were brought in by the Town of Jay to host the 100 plus constituents that came to hear Representative Gaetz talk about National as well as local issues for around 30 minutes. After that, he took questions from those […]

Florida Power and Light Solar Power Ribbon Cutting

Wednesday-Florida Power and Light held a ribbon cutting event in East Milton to celebrate their first solar energy farm in Santa Rosa County. The “solar farm” produces enough energy for 55,000 homes in the county. The local 4-H group also received a check for $5,000 and it was announced that FPL was the new official […]