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Aug. 26 Mug Shots

  • 7 photos
  • Those arrested by the Gulf County Sheriff's Office in the last week.
  • 8/25/2010
  • Album ID: 1063417
  • Photos by Tim Croft

Wewahitchka, PSJ Football Practice

  • 114 photos
  • The Gators of Wewahitchka and the Tiger Sharks of Port St. Joe are on the practice field working on everything from hand and shoulder positioning to goal line defense. The season kicks off Aug. 26-27 with Kickoff Classics, Port St. Joe at Bozeman on the 26th and South Walton at Wewahitchka the following night.
  • 8/19/2010
  • Album ID: 1060478
  • Photos by Tim Croft

Aug. 19 Mug Shots

  • 15 photos
  • Those arrested by the Gulf County Sheriff's Office during the week of Aug. 9-15
  • 8/19/2010
  • Album ID: 1060466
  • Photos by Tim Croft

Aug. 12 mug shots

  • 16 photos
  • Mug shots from the Aug. 12 Arrest Log from the Gulf County Sheriff's Office.
  • 8/12/2010
  • Album ID: 1056754
  • Photos by Tim Croft

Scallop Festival 2010

  • 91 photos
  • The Florida Scallop and Music Festival was a hit last weekend with record crowds and great music and food.
  • 8/12/2010
  • Album ID: 1056765
  • Photos by Tim Croft

July 29 Mug Shots

  • 11 photos
  • Mug shots from those arrested by the Gulf County Sheriff's Office during the week of July 19.
  • 7/28/2010
  • Album ID: 1048665
  • Photos by Tim Croft

July 15 Mug Shots

  • 18 photos
  • Mug shots from the Gulf County Sheriff's Office. The Arrest Log can be found on this website
  • 7/15/2010
  • Album ID: 1041628
  • Photos by Tim Croft

Burn victim camp

  • 32 photos
  • The 10th annual weeklong Camp Amigo burn victim camp hosts 41 statewide burn survivors from ages 7 to 17. For more information about Camp Amigo, go to campamigo.com
  • 7/14/2010
  • Album ID: 1041147
  • Photos by Terry Barner

Sea Turtle Relocation

  • 61 photos
  • With CNN, the AP and assorted other media outlets on hand, sea turtle eggs were loaded into a FedEx truck at the St. Joe Buffer Preserve for transportation to a plane and then Cape Canaveral for relocation on the Atlantic Coast. The hope is that relocating the eggs, with oil from the Deepwater Horizon leak moving into Northwest Florida, will help save and sustain the population.
  • 7/14/2010
  • Album ID: 1041042
  • Photos by Tim Croft

Gulf Coast aerials

  • 6 photos
  • A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission helicopter crew looks for oil spill effects from Cape San Blas to Phillips Inlet.
  • 6/9/2010
  • Album ID: 1021492
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