See what’s going on! WCPL October 2014 Newsletter In This Issue Did You Know? Theater Thursday Red Cross Visits! Explore A Story Stephen King Fright Nights Letter Learners Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier Parent/Caregiver Support Group Library Hours October Events: Writers’ Group – October 2nd, at 2:00 p.m., at the Chipley Library Lego 4-H […]
Consumers Paid the Cheapest September Gas Prices in Four Years Web Tools Daily gas prices Ways to save money on gas Calculate the cost of gas for your next road trip TAMPA, Fla. (October 1, 2014) — Drivers across the United States paid the lowest September gas prices since 2010. The national average was $3.39 per […]
The Washington County Economic Development Council Board wishes to thank the Board of County Commissioners for adopting the resolution below which will greatly help spur growth and job creation within Washington County over the next few years and more. The investment for which the BOCC has committed is the right decision for the […]
October 5th … presented by the Florida Panhandle Trail Riders.
PANAMA CITY – Camping has been part of a 102 year tradition in Girl Scouting, but this tradition is in jeopardy for girls in the Florida Panhandle. Mother Nature has had an adverse effect on the camps causingwater erosion, road washouts and weather rotted foundations. The Girl Scout Council of the Florida Panhandle is seeking […]
The Washington County Board of County Commissioners got on board with the Chamber of Commerce and has declared October 2014 as Florida Manufacturing Month with the following proclamation: WHEREAS, Recognizing October, 2014, as Florida Manufacturing Month is an effective way to highlight the importance of the manufacturing in our nation’s economy and to […]
(NAPSI)—While flu season in the U.S. historically starts in October, most of us don’t think about it until either we get sick or a family member or co-worker does, and by then, it may be too late. One of the few facts about flu season is that it’s always unpredictable and may peak at any […]
Located at 1571 Hwy 90 West in Chipley, this business features antiques along with hidden treasures that can brighten any home. Open Tuesday – Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. owners L.B. Baggett and Billy Tinsley welcome browsers and shoppers interested in anything old. Make plans to stop by and see […]
Information provided by IFAS Over-extended or defective limb The tree at the top has a long over-extended limb on the lower left side of the canopy. Reducing the length of the limb can reduce the risk of it breaking from the tree. A small dose of reduction removes a small amount of wood and […]
UF/IFAS Extension Escambia and Santa Rosa counties and Naturally EscaRosa are pleased to announce that the 2014 Gulf Coast Agritourism & Ecotourism Business Development Conference will be held at Adventures Unlimited in Milton, Florida November 5-6. The conference will be an exciting blend of informational sessions, hands on activities, and an opportunity to explore local Agritourism and Ecotourism […]
Nov. 21st and 22nd …… Presents the 41st Annual Farm City Festival Friday, November 21st Farm City Breakfast and Presentation Static Display of Antique Tractors Lawnmower Pull Saturday, November 22nd Farm Tours Tractor Pull Antique Car Display Sponsorships needed!! Farm Credit is the Platinum Sponsor for this event and the following are the sponsorships […]
The Department of Environmental Protection’s Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park and the Friends of Maclay Gardens Inc. would like to invite the public to participate in and come out and see the display of one of a kind scarecrows during the month of October. We invite you to create your own scarecrow and enter […]
Ona Peleckis, 85 of Sunny Hills, Florida, went home to be with the Lord Friday, September 26, 2014 at Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Chipley, Florida. Ona was born on October 28, 1928 in Kybartai, Lithuania to Jurgis and Stase Sergalis. She moved to the panhandle area in 1978 coming from Detroit, Michigan, […]
Elaine Senterfitt, age 65, of Chipley, passed from this life Thursday, September 25, 2014 at Bay Medical Center Hospital. Elaine was born in Chipley, FL on March 18, 1949 to Earnest Broward and Ibra (Newsome) Ferguson. She was a homemaker and caregiver to several family members including her aunt, Jessie Owens. In addition to […]
In a 4-0 vote Monday evening the Chipley City Council approved their Final Millage Rate for Fiscal Year 2014-15 and the Final budget for Fiscal Year 2014-15. Councilwoman Karen Rustin was absent. Council members approved the millage rate and budget which are shown below in a “draft” form.
Washington County Supervisor of Elections Carol Rudd wants to let local voters know ballots will be sent out starting Oct. 2nd. According to Rudd the group, Let’s Get To Work, are informing voters to call our election offices (statewide) if they have not received their ballot. Rudd said this is causing a lot […]