This is a Relay For Life event.
by Kathy Foster The Piggly Wiggly in Chipley will soon take on a new look. Store owner Lyle Young was awarded a facade grant from the Chipley Redevelopment Agency (CRA) at the agency’s January 27th meeting. The grant means all four exterior sides of the building will receive a new look. The grocery store […]
Jose Bautista and Russell Martin expected to be on hand. MARIANNA— Major league baseball players and dozens of other former Chipola College baseball players are expected to return to their alma mater for the annual Chipola Baseball Alumni Weekend Feb. 6-7. The weekend will include live college baseball action, a Homerun Derby, great food and […]
Are you thinking of starting a catering business, restaurant, food truck, grocery store or adding value to your farm products? If yes, this seminar is for you! Representatives from food regulatory agencies will show you how to get started and answer your questions. Avoid costly mistakes and gain in one day, information that could […]
Panama City, FL – Gulf Coast State College will honor two of its finest graduates, Curtis Carter, Jr., and Sarah S. DuBose, at the Sixth Annual Distinguished & Rising Star Alumni Awards event on March 5 at Capt. Anderson’s. The celebration will kick off with a reception and a silent auction at 5:30 p.m., followed […]
Featuring live music and desserts.
Typically found in pastures and bare ground areas such as holding pens under trees and along fence rows, this weed can be a real nuisance. by Shep Eubanks Fireweed is growing well in the Panhandle and I have had a couple of calls this week regarding this plant. This winter annual stinging nettle will definitely light […]
Join in on the Franklin County Mardi Gras Festivities on February 13 and 14 as the Franklin County Habitat for Humanity hosts its annual Mardi Gras benefit celebration in Apalachicola. Golf cart parade on Friday, Feb 13 beginning at 5:30. Parade begins in Bowery. The group will host a Mardi Gras Dinner and […]
Alice Huey Moore, age 78, of Lynn Haven passed away Monday evening, January 26th, 2015, surrounded by family and friends at Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center. Alice was born October 30th, 1936 in Jellico, Tennessee to the late Thomas and Carrie Ella (Appleton) Huey and was the youngest of four children. In 1956, she married […]
GOVERNOR SCOTT’S “KEEP FLORIDA WORKING” BUDGET COMMITS $333.2 MILLION TO PROTECT FLORIDIA FAMILIES, VISITORS AND BUSINESSES
~Implementation of New Statewide Emergency Alert Notification System is Top Priority~ TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Governor Scott’s KEEP FLORIDA WORKING budget will make important investments to protect families, visitors and businesses, along with implementing a new statewide emergency alert notification system. Governor Scott said, “By making investments in Florida’s disaster preparedness, we are working to ensure […]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Statement from Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, the independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit public policy research institute and government watchdog on Governor Rick Scott’s budget proposal, released today: “Many of the strategic investments included in Governor Scott’s budget proposal for the upcoming year can help Florida be a better […]
Vernon City Council members voted Monday night to hold their 2015 Election on Tuesday, March 10th to elect a Mayor, and two Council members. The two council seats will be for a two year term. Candidate qualifying will begin on Monday, Feb. 2nd and close on Friday, Feb. 6th at 4 p.m. Registration forms […]
~~ EPI Program offers non-traditional route to teaching careers ~~ Panama City, FL – Gulf Coast State College is holding a free community forum to provide information about the Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) program on February 3 starting at 5:30 p.m. The GCSC EPI is state-approved and designed to help individuals with a four-year degree […]
by Kathy Foster North Bay Haven Charter School Coach Brandon Collins met with the Washington County Tourist Development Council (TDC) Jan. 26th to request their support in putting together a wrestling tournament to be held at Chipley High School later this year. Collins estimated a $270,000 economic impact to the community generated by the estimated […]
Pensacola, Fla. – Ready for tax season? If you haven’t heard about tax identity theft, you may not be. Tax identity theft happens when someone files a phony tax return using your personal information — like your Social Security number — to get a tax refund from the IRS. It also can happen when […]