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  • Destin schools earn top state honors

    Students and faculty at Destin Elementary and Destin Middle School were honored Oct. 28 as two of the most consistently high-performing public schools in Florida.  Senate President Don Gae... READ MORE

  • Federal DUI grant yields big results in Destin

    Alcohol-related traffic incidents in Destin fell 33 percent for fiscal year 2014 because of the help of a $50,000 federal grant, “Drive Sober in Destin,” secured by the city of Destin ...

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  • City leaders break ground on phase two of Kelly Street project (PHOTOS)

    City leaders, committee members and staff gathered at the corner of Benning Drive and Kelly Street for a ceremonial ground breaking Tuesday afternoon. The project will see a portion of the road... READ MORE

  • Cartoon: Halloween Sentiments

    Log cartoonist, Dill Beaty drew his rendition of the media scares this Halloween season.

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  • A Social Scene: Oh the ocean!

    There’s no denying the role that social media plays in our daily lives, whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram. Given Destin’s beauty, it’s no surprise that locals and visitors ... READ MORE

  • Days Gone By: Destin's Fishing Fleet

    Although Destin may be a relatively new city by historical standards, there is no denying the abundance of local lore. Days Gone By will showcase photos of Destin’s yesteryear. To submit your ... READ MORE

  • AJ’s Halloween Happenings: A Destin Spook

    Halloween will be a happening place for AJ’s Seafood and Oyster Bar. Not only will there be spooky holiday activities, but Oct. 31st will mean the closing ceremonies for the 66th Annual Destin ... READ MORE

  • OVERHEARD ON THE WEB: Destin Diner Edition

    Local restaurateur Oliver Petit will bring the long-abandoned Destin Diner back to life, and the news garnered plenty of chatter on The Log’s Facebook page. Here’s what some of our social media ... READ MORE

  • ARBOR WEALTH: Ebola, oil and The Ides of October

    “A scarecrow in a yellow moon … pretty soon the carnival on the edge of town … King Harvest has surely come.” from “King Harvest” as performed by The Band   We Floridians are in the ho... READ MORE

  • Gray gets his tuna

    Blackfin tuna are brought to the docks almost every day during the Destin Fishing Rodeo, however they are not usually strapped to the front of a paddleboard. Around noon Monday, Jeff Gray of Ma... READ MORE


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