Sign up now for ball season in Wausau ………

The Town of Wausau has begun sign ups for the 2017 ball season.   Sign up fee will be $25.00 per child ages 4-12.   Anyone interesting in coaching please contact the Wausau Town Hall 638-1781.   Also, please bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate.

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Help Protect Your Family from Lung Cancer: Test and Know Your Home’s Radon Level ……..

WASHINGTON – January is National Radon Action Month, when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) joins with state, tribal and local public health agencies to encourage all Americans to test their homes for radon. Exposure to radon in indoor air is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Test your home and make 2017 a […]

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BUSINESS NEWS AND NOTES: Checklist For Success …….

BUSINESS NEWS AND NOTES: Checklist For Success …….

  (NAPSI)—If you’ve been thinking—or even just dreaming—of your own ebusiness, you aren’t alone. Take the time to properly set up your system, however, and you’ll have a leg up on those who don’t. This checklist may help: 1. Define your product catalog. Know what your differentiators are—the uniqueness of your products, competitive prices, free […]

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Winter made a stop in Northwest Florida over the weekend …….

Winter made a stop in Northwest Florida over the weekend …….

It may not happen every year,  but winter did blow through Northwest Florida over the past weekend and the picture shown below proves it.      

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Washington County Historical Society adds items to museum …….

Washington County Historical Society adds items to museum …….

Caboose renovation moving along.   by Kathy Foster   Washington County Historical Society President Dorothy Odom announced Friday that several new items, including the old photo shown at the right (Pickles’ boarding house), have been added to items exhibited at the Society’s museum in Chipley.   The slightly damaged picture is going to be digitally […]

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BCF Continues Registration for the Spring Semester ……

BCF Continues Registration for the Spring Semester ……

The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville is currently registering students for the spring semester which begins on January 16, 2017.   New student orientation will be held January 12-13, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the R. G. Lee Chapel. Even though registration continues through the official drop/add deadline in January, registering early ensures […]

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‘Prague Philharmonia’ at Panama City Civic Center Jan. 15th ……

‘Prague Philharmonia’ at Panama City Civic Center Jan. 15th ……

Showtime is 4 p.m. PRAGUE PHILHARMONIA Sun, January 15, 2017 • 4:00 PM BUY TICKETS Panama City Music Association Prague Philharmonia with internationally acclaimed violinist Sarah Chang in performances of Dvorak, Beethoven and Wagner. $50 – $35

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SAVE LIVES DURING FLORIDA’S MOVE OVER LAW AWARENESS MONTH ……..

SAVE LIVES DURING FLORIDA’S MOVE OVER LAW AWARENESS MONTH ……..

AAA Reminds Motorists to Slow Down and Move Over – it’s the law TAMPA, Fla.  – January is “Move Over” month in Florida. AAA – The Auto Club Group reminds motorists to Slow Down, Move Over. The law requires passing motorists to give adequate space to law enforcement, tow truck drivers, utility service vehicles and […]

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Annual Day of Prayer Set for The Baptist College of Florida ……..

Annual Day of Prayer Set for The Baptist College of Florida ……..

The Florida Baptist State Convention has set aside the last Sunday of January as the Annual Day of Prayer for The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville, Florida. This year, Florida Baptists all across the state will be praying for the college on January 29, 2017, which is not only exciting and encouraging but […]

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Make your reservation to attend ‘Senior Day’ in Tallahassee ……..

Senior Day in Tallahassee is scheduled for March 29, 2017, and Washington County Council on Aging will begin taking reservations January 9th. This will be a full day of information, education, entertainment, food, and fellowship. We will travel from the Chipley office to Tallahassee on a Chartered bus. Planners try to keep the cost down […]

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Tabacco Cessation Classes in Washington County ……..

Washington County- Big Bend Area Health Education Center in partnership with the Florida Department of Health in Washington County (DOH-Washington) will offer tobacco cessation classes on the 2nd Thursday of each Month  from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at DOH – Washington, 1338 South Boulevard, Chipley.   Classes are free and open to anyone. For more information please […]

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Fraud-Fighting Facts ……..

Fraud-Fighting Facts ……..

(NAPSI)—Hundreds of data breaches occur every year in the U.S. If your company, organization or agency has a data breach, you need to know what to do to help people whose personal information may have been exposed. Should you hire an identity theft service provider? If so, how should you choose one? Identity theft services […]

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Chipley, Florida High School Beats Cottondale High School in Boys Basketball

Chipley, Florida High School Beats Cottondale High School in Boys Basketball

The Chipley, Florida High School Tigers beat the Cottondale High School Hornets in Boys Basketball on the Cottondale High School campus on Friday, January 6, 2017. The Chipley varsity team won with a final score of 60-51 in a hard-fought game, as seen in these photos by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding […]

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Two perish in Wausau fire (Update) …….

Just after 4:10 a.m. January 6th the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Dispatch Center received a 911 call in reference to a structure fire located at 3579 Washington Street in Wausau, Florida.   Washington County Deputies, Wausau Fire Department, Washington County Fire and EMS arrived and observed smoke coming from the residence. Upon arrival, the […]

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Gov. Scott: We Are Directing State Resources to Help Displaced Travelers ……..

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott released the following statement on resources the State of Florida is making available for those affected by the Fort Lauderdale International Airport attack. Governor Scott said, “During the attack yesterday, many travelers had to run to safety which resulted in lost identification and missing belongings. This morning, […]

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President-Elect Donald J. Trump Nominates Former U.S. Senator Dan Coats Director of National Intelligence …….

(New York, NY) – President-elect Donald J. Trump has announced his intention to nominate former United States Senator Dan Coats to serve as the Director of National Intelligence. Having served for years on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, including during the just-completed 114th Congress and previously on the Senate Armed Services Committee, Sen. Coats […]

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