Something hatched at KSES ……….

Something hatched at KSES ……….

Walk down the hall of Kate M. Smith Elementary School this week and you’ll hear the sounds of chirping mixed in with the typical classroom sounds. After just 21 days, baby chicks have hatched in Alyson Brown’s 1st grade classroom. Students in her classroom learned how to set up an incubator and took turns setting […]

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Obituary for Patricia Ann Parish ……..

Ms. Patricia ‘Pat’ Ann Parish, age 75, of Vernon, Florida passed away April 25, 2017 in the Covenant Hospice Inpatient and Palliative Care Center at Bay Medical Center in Panama City, Florida. She was born December 5, 1941 in Vernon, Florida to the late Lury Crawford Parish and Inez Bell Parish. Pat is survived by […]

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Washington County’s Super Council meeting went off without a hitch ……….

Washington County’s Super Council meeting went off without a hitch ……….

Attendees at this week’s Super Council meeting heard from representatives of the Washington County Board of County Commissioners, the local School Board and the City of Chipley.   Economic Development Council (TDC) director Ted Everett led of the program, followed by Richard Williams of Opportunity Florida/CareerSource Chipola .   Everett noted, “extremely positive things are […]

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2nd Grade Spelling Bee held at Vernon Elementary School ………

2nd Grade Spelling Bee held at Vernon Elementary School ………

The second graders from Vernon Elementary School participated in a spelling bee on April 25, 2017. Each of the students that participated were the top winners from their classes. We are proud of these students’ accomplishments. The teachers would like to thank our caller, Mrs. Jeanne Sasser, and our judges, Mrs. Gail Seaboch, Mrs. Reba […]

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3rd Grade Spelling Bee winners at Vernon Elementary School …….

3rd Grade Spelling Bee winners at Vernon Elementary School …….

Vernon Elementary School would like to announce the winners of the third grade spelling bee. These students worked very hard and studied for weeks for this competition.     Pictured above are: 1st Place – Josiah Webb 2nd place – Brooke Brown 3rd place – Caiden Coltrane ​Congratulations to these students for this accomplishment.​

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Wounded Veterans Invited to Participate in Free Gulf Coast Fishing Trip ……….

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam invites Florida’s wounded veterans to register for a free offshore fishing trip launching from Carrabelle, Florida, on Tuesday, June 20. Space is limited, so eligible veterans must visit OperationOutdoorFreedom.com to register for the trip, and additional information on the event can be found here. Since Operation Outdoor […]

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News from the Florida Panhandle Patriots

News from the Florida Panhandle Patriots

Volume 7, Number 44                                                       April 25, 2017 Would you like to play a round of golf with my friends from SEAL Team 6 – and help us raise money […]

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GCSC to recognize outstanding students ……….

As well as  faculty and staff at 57th Annual Honors Convocation Panama City, FL ­– Gulf Coast State College is pleased to announce the 57th Annual Honors Convocation. Students will be recognized for their outstanding achievements in academics, leadership, athletics and campus organization involvement during the 2016-2017 school year. Faculty, staff and administrators will be […]

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Chipola Commencement May 3rd in Dothan ……

MARIANNA—The Chipola College 2017 Commencement Ceremony is set for Wednesday, May 3, at 7 p.m., at the Dothan Civic Center. The address is 126 St. Andrews Street, Dothan, Alabama.   Counted as members of the class are all who will complete degrees or certificates from December of 2016 to May of 2017 or during the […]

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FOODIES EMBRACE CULINARY TRAVEL TREND ……….

AAA survey reveals an estimated 22 million Americans will take a culinary vacation this year   Food and dining are becoming a more central part of many travelers’ vacation experiences. In fact, AAA’s latest travel survey found that an estimated 22 million Americans expect to take a culinary-focused vacation in the next 12 months.   […]

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Expert Tips To Help Job Seekers Clean Up Their Social Identity ………

Expert Tips To Help Job Seekers Clean Up Their Social Identity ………

(NAPSI)—Social media is a popular pastime for work and play for nearly 70 percent of Americans.1 For job seekers, social networking sites can be useful tools to share professional experience, network with peers and employers, and seek job openings, but the content that individuals post on social platforms could be detrimental during the job hunt. […]

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Commissioner Putnam Urges Department of Commerce to Investigate Mexico’s Unfair Trade Practices ………

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam sent a letter to Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross emphasizing the need for fair trade, as Mexican imports have negatively affected Florida agriculture. He asked the Department of Commerce to initiate an investigation into Mexico’s unfair trade practices. “I believe that Florida produces the highest quality […]

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Dr. Dunn Comments on President Trump’s Tax Reform Plan ……….

WASHINGTON, DC – Dr. Neal Dunn (FL-02) released the following statement regarding the release of the Trump Administration’s tax reform plan outline: “Florida families and small businesses have suffered long enough under the current tax code,” Dr. Dunn said. “The current code takes too much of what hardworking families earn and hurts job creation. It’s […]

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WCSO ARRESTS FOUR ON DRUG DEAL GONE BAD ……….

WCSO ARRESTS FOUR ON DRUG DEAL GONE BAD ……….

Deputies with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the Rainbow Convenience store, located in Greenhead, following a 911 call made regarding an armed robbery at approximately 10:34 pm on April 20th. Once on scene investigators made contact with the victims of the robbery, Rebecca Harris, 33, and Anthony Sanders, 23, of Southport. Harris’ […]

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Gov. Scott: Glad President Trump is Fighting to Cut Taxes ………

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Today, Governor Rick Scott released the below statement on President Donald Trump’s proposed tax plan. Governor Scott said, “We have been committed to fighting the corporate income tax in Florida and I am glad that President Trump is doing the same for our national economy. Since I have been in office, […]

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Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, Florida Offering 100% Full Scholarships For Dialysis Career Training

Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, Florida Offering 100% Full Scholarships For Dialysis Career Training

The saying goes ‘There’s no such thing as a free lunch’, but Florida Panhandle Technical College, in Chipley, Florida, is offering a full scholarship to several of their career-oriented programs. One growth industry and a career with with high regional employee demand is Hemodialysis, taught by Melissa Watford, who previously taught the Patient Care Technology […]

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