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Beware of Internet Scam Seeking Money from Victims

Beware of Internet Scam Seeking Money from VictimsThe Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Financial Crimes Unit has received two calls for service recently involving a scam utilizing computers and the Internet. The two potential victims both stated they were using the Internet and received a “pop-up,” sai
   

4-Day Statewide Weather Outlook for September 26 - 29, 2012

4-Day Statewide Weather Outlook for September 26 - 29, 2012 Mostly Dry and Sunny Conditions over the Florida Panhandle through the Week… Slight Increase in Rain Chances this Weekend… The Peninsula will see Isolated to Scattered Showers Wednesday through Friday with the Possibility of a Thunderstorm by Sa
   

4-Day Statewide Weather Outlook for September 22 - 25, 2012

4-Day Statewide Weather Outlook for September 22 - 25, 2012Some Storms may be Strong with Gusty Winds, Frequent Lighting and Heavy Rain… Another Cold Front Expected to pass through North and Central Florida This Weekend… Chilly Evenings Possible for North Florida this Weekend…Saturday and Sunday: The first
   

Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions for New Businesses On Nov. 6 Ballot

Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions for New Businesses On Nov. 6 BallotThe Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners approved placing a referendum on the Nov. 6, 2012 General Election Ballot to allow the citizens of Wakulla to vote for or against a economic development property tax exemption for new businesses and expansions
   

Wakulla County Announces Participation in Home Ownership Program

Wakulla County Announces Participation in Home Ownership ProgramCrawfordville, Florida – The Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners has partnered with the Escambia County Housing Authority in a home ownership program to provide low interest rate financing and cash assistance to first time home buyers. Beginning
   

4-Day Statewide Weather Outlook for September 19 - 22, 2012

4-Day Statewide Weather Outlook for September 19 - 22, 2012Fall-Like Conditions Move into North Florida for the Remainder of the Week After a Cold Front Pushes through… Isolated Showers Remain in the Forecast for the Peninsula Each Day this Week… Elevated Rip Current Risk at Many Beaches… Wednesday – S
   

Three Horses Test Positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitus in Leon County

Three Horses Test Positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitus in Leon CountyTallahassee--Mosquito-borne disease in Leon County has increased. Two horses living within a mile of each other near the Fort Braden area and Highway 20 have tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus (EEE) in the last two weeks.  Yesterday,
   

WCSO Embraces Technology to Keep Roads Safe

WCSO Embraces Technology to Keep Roads SafeThe Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office has embraced new technology to keep motorists on Wakulla roadways safe. The WCSO has acquired Speed Spies through the Florida Department of Transportation (DOT) to keep an eye on motorists.  The equipment
   

Tropics Update: Friday Morning Summary on Hurricane Leslie, Hurricane Michael, and 90L

Tropics Update:  Friday Morning Summary on Hurricane Leslie, Hurricane Michael, and 90LSummary: As of 8 AM EDT Friday, the low pressure system designated as 90L remains nearly stationary and is located about 80 miles south-southeast of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Showers and thunderstorms remain poorly organized and are still
   

Update on Wakulla Ice Machine Bandit

Update on Wakulla Ice Machine BanditA Chattanooga, Tenn. man captured after breaking into two automated ice machines in Wakulla County will be facing charges in approximately 10 jurisdictions in four southern states after breaking into 59 ice machines around the region, according to Wakulla
   

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