It was Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, at Berrendo Middle School in the small rural town of Roswell, New Mexico. It was a chilly day, so the students were waiting for the first bell in the gymnasium.
Kim Featherstone, now a Milton resident, was on duty that morning as a teacher. She was eating oatmeal before her first class, and her gut was pulling her to the gym.
The Tourist Development Council (TDC) addressed the traffic jams caused by events on Navarre Beach at Monday’s Santa Rosa County Board of Commissioner’s meeting. Julie White, the Tourist Development Director, brought her concern to the commissioners regarding the local events held during peak tourist season.
The proposed Run, Walk and Race Policy would address the domino effect White said the fun runs cause, including multi-hour long traffic delays, closed-off parking lots and local employees having trouble getting to and from work due to the former issues. According to the proposed policy, fun runs would not be allowed on Navarre Beach during the tourist season of March 1 to October 31.
Last Sunday night, Cassie Carli went missing sometime after 7 p.m. from Navarre Beach.
Carli was at Juana’s boat ramp to conduct a child custody swap with Marcus Spanevelo, Carli’s former partner and the father of their daughter, Saylor.
According to Sheriff Bob Johnson, Spanevelo is the last person to see her.
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