HUBBUB: Coverage on missing child, Baker highway speed limit increase

Published: Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 05:00 AM.

Editor's Note: Featured comments are the most thoughtful or eloquently stated comments from our Facebook page and and do not necessarily reflect the newspaper management's views.


Gratitude for coverage on missing child

Thank you, Crestview Bulletin, for your continuous updates and keeping Manny's story fresh in the minds of our community. You have been an invaluable asset to have.

I have met some wonderful people since I have been managing the page ... most of all, our over 3,500 supporters who have prayed many prayers over the past 20 days for the safety of Manny and the comfort of those who loved and lost.

Thanks again for your help!

Pam Holster Flores, Bring Manny Home Facebook page


Lawmen should check security footage

Why haven't they demanded traffic cam footage from the Interstate exchange? Cameras are there and at the Highway 90 and 85 intersection, and are operated by Homeland Security....

Robert Damon Bradley


Kudos for council avoiding possible Sunshine violation

Very good, council. This was indeed a likely Sunshine violation, as a person cannot act as a "go between" of two members of the same board.

Not 100 percent sure since the comments were being revealed in an open meeting. But when in doubt, take the higher ground and make the correction later.

Kevin Chilcutt


S.R. 4 speed limit spike raises suggestion

Now they need to up it (the speed limit) between Baker and Munson.

B.J. Lawrence


On the other hand...

That's what everyone drives there anyways!

Flor Ida State


Crestview leaders should leave leave time alone

Leave time is earned compensation just like their hourly wage. Why can't employees use it or redeem it as they see fit? Over-manage good employees and you'll get the opportunity to replace them.

Don Holloway


Triple B tardiness didn't affect fun

That moment at the Triple B Cook-off when you get there late but get in the bouncy house and bouncy slide for free! And free popcorn and cookies, too! Still managed to enjoy!

Bree Padgett


Fond memories of Bertha Henry, first county librarian

I remember going to her home on Pine Avenue to get books when I was a young girl. This is a good story here. Thanks.

Mable Charrette

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