BUSINESS NEWS AND NOTES        ………
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BUSINESS NEWS AND NOTES ………

Big Advice For The Smallest Businesses   (NAPSI)—While large enterprises may make the most headlines, it’s often the country’s smallest businesses that are providing jobs, fueling innovation and growing the economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, 62 percent of all U.S. businesses are microbusinesses, or businesses with fewer than 10 employees. These businesses […]

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RENTZ IS TOP CHIPOLA EMPLOYEE       ……..
By April 9, 2017 Read More →

RENTZ IS TOP CHIPOLA EMPLOYEE ……..

Dr. Pam Rentz has been selected the Chipola College Faculty/Administrator/Other Professional Award of the month for March.    Rentz is the Dean for the School of Education and has worked at the college since 2005.    Pictured from left are, Dr. Pam Rentz and Chipola president Dr. Sarah Clemmons.

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Helping Teens Navigate Their Financial Futures       ……..
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Helping Teens Navigate Their Financial Futures ……..

(NAPSI)—Ask many teens what they want to buy and chances are they will say “a car.” For many people, owning a car or truck is the first major purchase. Often, it is also the first opportunity to use credit. At the same time, the largest group to drive uninsured or to lose their vehicle through […]

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Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida Calls 2017 ‘ArtKidDoo’ Festival A Huge Success
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Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida Calls 2017 ‘ArtKidDoo’ Festival A Huge Success

Almost a thousand children and parents thronged Shivers Park in downtown Chipley, Florida on Saturday, April 8. 2017 as Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida presented the 5th Annual ‘ArtKidDoo’ Festival. Sponsored in part by the Washington County Arts Council, Head Start and Real Florida Magazine, the event focused on children and art, all in […]

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FPSC approves new customer rates following collaborative settlement ……….

By  Natalie Smith The Florida Public Service Commission unanimously approved a settlement agreement developed by Gulf Power and the Office of Public Counsel and other interested parties regarding the energy provider’s petition to increase base rates. Also signing and supporting the settlement agreement is Florida Industrial Power Users Group and the Southern Alliance for Clean […]

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White House Press Daily Brief
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White House Press Daily Brief

 Justice Neil Gorsuch of the U.S. Supreme Court | U.S.-China Summit Comes to a Close   White House Press Daily Brief Associate Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch The ninth seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, left vacant by the passing of late Justice Antonin Scalia, has been filled by 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch. The […]

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FHA Statement on House Appropriations Committee Data Request       ………
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FHA Statement on House Appropriations Committee Data Request ………

“Every day, hospital teams provide quality care to every patient who walks through our doors.”     In many communities, hospitals are the largest employers, providing over 901,674 jobs that strengthen local economies across our state.”Every day, hospital teams provide quality care to every patient who walks through our doors. In 2015, Florida’s hospitals contributed […]

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CHIPOLA SPRING FROLICS WINNERS       ……..
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CHIPOLA SPRING FROLICS WINNERS ……..

Chipola College student Natera Sims won $50 cash and Kristie Mosley won the $100 grand prize at the recent Chipola Spring Frolics.   Pictured from left, are: Nancy Johnson, Student Activities Director; Kristie Mosely, SSS Coordinator; Natera Sims and Maddy Christmas, SGA president.  

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CHIPOLA SSS/TRIO HELPS WITH AUTISM RUN      ……..
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CHIPOLA SSS/TRIO HELPS WITH AUTISM RUN ……..

Chipola College Student Support Services and TRiO Society recently volunteered at the inaugural Colors of Autism 5k and Fun Run. April is National Autism Awareness Month. Chipola SSS Program Director Kristie Mosley, said, “Participating in events such as this helps our students learn about issues facing their classmates and to employ problem-solving skills to help […]

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Adding a pet to the family         ………
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Adding a pet to the family ………

Adding a Pet to the Family Thinking about adopting a furry friend? There are many benefits to owning a pet, both emotional and physical. But if you’re going through cancer treatment, there are important precautions to take. Read more about the benefits of owning a pet and the precautions to keep in mind. LEARN MORE […]

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