2012 In Photos: June, July

December 31, 2012

All this week, we are looking back at the photos that were in the news in 2012. Today, we are featuring photos from June and July.

Tropical Storm Debby brought heavy surf to Pensacola Beach.

The Northview High School Food for America program was named the best in the Florida during the 84th Florida FFA State Convention in Orlando.

A Walnut Hill man escaped serious injury when a car reportedly fell on his neck.

Portions of Escambia County experienced extreme flooding in June.

June flooding in Pensacola.

Hundreds of people turned out in Walnut Hill in June to apply for one of just 20 jobs available with the opening of a new crude oil transfer station.

Graduations were held for area schools, including Tate High School.

The Northview High School Class of 2012 graduated at the school.

A July fire caused minor damage at a Century apartment complex.

Numerous churches held Vacation Bible Schools, including Highland Baptist Church in Molino.

Wounded Marine Lance Cpl. Joseph Daniel Palmer was welcomed home in July.

The new Escambia County Tax Collector and Property Appraiser offices opened in Molino.

Farmer’s markets, including the Market at St Monica’s in Cantonment, offered the best of summer’s bounty.

Northwest Escambia brought home the state title Sunday from the 16A State Babe Ruth Softball Tournament in Brewton — the first ever softball state championship for NWE.

Fire set by an arsonist damaged Escambia High School.

Relatives comfort each other following the death of an 11-year old in an Atmore house fire.

Flomaton and Century celebrated the Fourth of July with fireworks at Showalter Park.

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