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Onions: Yellow, Red, White
By October 14, 2017 Read More →

Onions: Yellow, Red, White

(NAPSI)—Onions—they’re used in a wide range of recipes, from breakfast to supper and nearly every ethnic cuisine. To help you get the best results, here are a few facts about each type and how to decide which onions to use. • Yellow onions are all purpose, used every way from raw to roasted. They are […]

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BOCC pleased with DOT 5-year plans for Washington County           ………
By October 13, 2017 Read More →

BOCC pleased with DOT 5-year plans for Washington County ………

Commissioners indicate impact fees for roadways in be in county’s future.   by Kathy Foster   Cliff Knauer (engineer for Washington County) took county commissioners through some of the tentative work program plans reviewed by the Florida Department of Transportation earlier in the week when he met with commissioners on Wednesday.   Knauer said as […]

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Lady Tigers Basketball Schedule for 2017-18         ………
By October 13, 2017 Read More →

Lady Tigers Basketball Schedule for 2017-18 ………

Chipley Lady Tigers 2017-2018   11/14     Bozeman at Cottondale preseason            Away          6 p.m. 11/16      Malone at Cottondale preseason              Away          6 p.m. 11/2        Malone                […]

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Whiteflies Invade the Panhandle        ………..
By October 13, 2017 Read More →

Whiteflies Invade the Panhandle ………..

by Matt Lollar Over the last month or so, home gardeners and commercial growers alike have noticed what look to be large dust particles floating through the air. It’s probably not uncommon to have inhaled a few or even a few hundred of these mysterious particles. Most likely, these “particles” aren’t dust at all but whiteflies instead. Whiteflies are small (less than […]

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By October 12, 2017 Read More →

Obituary for John Henry Curtis ……..

John Henry Curtis passed from this life to be with his Lord on Thursday, October 12, 2017. He was born November 15, 1920, in Washington County, Florida, to Willis Brooks and Mona Donsetta Curtis. He was the younger of two children.   On July 4, 1941, he and Marjorie Rosalie Curtis were joined in holy […]

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Rex Lumber awards Chipola Engineering Tech Scholarships            ……….
By October 12, 2017 Read More →

Rex Lumber awards Chipola Engineering Tech Scholarships ……….

MARIANNA— Rex Lumber established the Robert and Kathryn McRae scholarship fund to help students planning to pursue an A.S. degree in Engineering Technology or the Pneumatics, Hydraulics, and Motors Certificate program at Chipola College.   Rex Lumber officials recently visited the college to meet this year’s scholarship recipients. All of the students expressed their gratitude […]

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Chipley Garden Club Falls Into October              …….
By October 12, 2017 Read More →

Chipley Garden Club Falls Into October …….

Chipley Garden Club’s October meeting was held on Wednesday, October 4 at the home of Gweneth and Wade Collins.   President Debbie Mitchell kicked off the meeting welcoming two new members. Club members then discussed plans for youth projects at Kate Smith Elementary School, participating in the Chipley Christmas Festival, decorating for the Farm & […]

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Malone man arrested after leaving child in hot car             …….
By October 11, 2017 Read More →

Malone man arrested after leaving child in hot car …….

(Chipley, FL; October 11, 2017) – A Malone, Florida man was arrested and now faces child abuse charges after leaving a child in a hot car unattended.   Just after noon, yesterday, Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a concerned citizen who alleged a young child had been left unattended in a car while […]

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Patriotism Endures In Northwest Florida
By October 11, 2017 Read More →

Patriotism Endures In Northwest Florida

Whether you stand at attention, hand over heart, for the National Anthem, or take a knee in protest, you can thank all those who have given, and all for which America stands, for that right and privilege. What’s much more important than perceived disrespect is that we not lose sight of the fact that nowhere […]

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Two council members take their oaths of office at Chipley Council meeting                ………….
By October 11, 2017 Read More →

Two council members take their oaths of office at Chipley Council meeting ………….

  Councilmembers Tracy Andrews and John Sasser were sworn in by Judge Tim Register.                             Noah Owens, Boy Scout Troop 39 in Chipley,  was honored at Monday night’s meeting of the Chipley City Council.  Chipley Councilman Brett Butler was pleased to have […]

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