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September Events & Happenings in Franklin County           …………
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September Events & Happenings in Franklin County …………

Check out what’s happening along Florida’s Forgotten Coast.  

Dan Navarro at Seaside Repertory Theatre Sept. 24th               ……….
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Dan Navarro at Seaside Repertory Theatre Sept. 24th ……….

Tickets now on sale.         photo by D.Jahn Download BIO & PHOTOs LISTEN to Dan Navarro For Physical copies or a sample playlist download Melfarinamedia@gmail.com  Parital List of Voice Credits The Book Of Life (as the villain “Chakal”), The Lorax, Happy Feet (1 & 2), Rio (on the Oscar-nominated “Real In Rio”), Ice Age (2 & 3), and a dozen more; […]

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Govenor Scott’s statement on DACA …….

 Today at 5:01 PM   In light of the President’s announcement that he will make a decision on DACA this weekend, please see the Governor’s stance on this topic. Thanks, Governor’s Press Office “President Obama was wrong to address the Dreamers issue by Executive Order. He should have done it in conjunction with Congress, which is how we […]

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Roulhac Middle School Lady Tigers ‘B’ Team Beat Graceville Middle School Lady Tigers in Girls Basketball on August 31, 2017
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Roulhac Middle School Lady Tigers ‘B’ Team Beat Graceville Middle School Lady Tigers in Girls Basketball on August 31, 2017

The Roulhac Middle School Lady Tigers played the Graceville, Florida Middle School Lady Tigers on the Graceville campus on Thursday, August 31, 2017 in Girls Basketball..   The Roulhac ‘B’ Team beat the Graceville Lady Tigers in a good ball game, as seen in these photos by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding […]

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Dunn, Florida Reps. Urge New Trade Remedies to Protect Florida Agriculture ……..

20 Lawmakers Write to Ambassador Lighthizer as NAFTA Negotiators Meet in Mexico WASHINGTON, DC – As NAFTA renegotiations continue this weekend in Mexico City, Congressman Neal Dunn, M.D. (FL-02), led a group of 20 Florida House members in support of the Administration’s efforts to protect Florida agriculture from Mexico’s unfair trading practices. “The new rules […]

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Yates Lawn Services Presents ‘Proper Lawn Mowing Ensures A Great First Impression For Your Home’ Part 3
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Yates Lawn Services Presents ‘Proper Lawn Mowing Ensures A Great First Impression For Your Home’ Part 3

This is the third in a series of informational articles to educate you about your lawn, proper maintenance of your grass and the selection of proper equipment for the job. If you want to eliminate the muss and fuss, let the award-winning professionals from Yates Lawn Services make your property shine by calling 850-557-1449 for […]

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Roulhac Middle School Travels To Graceville, Florida For Girls Basketball on Thursday, August 31, 2017
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Roulhac Middle School Travels To Graceville, Florida For Girls Basketball on Thursday, August 31, 2017

The Roulhac Middle School Lady Tigers traveled from Chipley, Florida to the campus of Graceville, Florida High School on Thursday, August 31, 2017 to play the Lady Tigers from Graceville Middle School. The games were all hard fought as seen these photos of the ‘A’ Team game by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The […]

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Newsletter from the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission           ……..
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Newsletter from the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission ……..

September 2017 FWC’s Fishing in the Know Division of Marine Fisheries Management Monthly Newsletter Circle hooks are 90% more likely to hook fish in the mouth instead of in the esophagus or stomach. Hooking a fish in the mouth reduces internal harm, decreases dehooking time, and lessens the chances of the angler needing to leave […]

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Scarecrows are creeping out  —  keep an eye out for them       ………..
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Scarecrows are creeping out — keep an eye out for them ………..

Members of the Chipley Garden Club and Washington County Historical Society spent time Thursday getting a bevy of scarecrows cleaned up and ready for display in preparation for the Sept. 23rd  Scarecrow Festival to be hosted in Historic Downtown Chipley.   The “fluffed up” scarecrows will begin finding display locations around town in the coming […]

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4-H Club Kicking off new year ……….

 September 1st marks the beginning of the 2017-2018 4-H year, and Washington County 4-H is enrolling youth now.  There are several ways Washington County youth can participate in 4-H:  community clubs, 4-H in the Classroom and 4-H Camps.  Positive youth development is incorporated into every aspect of the 4-H experience for youth ages 5-18 years old.  […]

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