(NAPSI)—Research isn’t just for the lab anymore. Now more than ever, businesses use research that’s already out there—or conduct research that isn’t—and apply it to real-life business situations. Dr. Hinrich Eylers, Executive Dean, School of Advanced Studies at University of Phoenix, has five reasons businesses should use research for real-life decisions. 1. Evidence-based decision making. […]
Gov. Scott Urges All Floridians to Monitor the Weather and be Prepared for Potential Storm Impacts ……..
NAPLES, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott spoke with the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) to get an update on potential storm impacts. FDEM is continuing to actively monitor a developing storm system as it approaches the Florida Straits, and is urging everyone in Florida to remain vigilant as it moves toward the Gulf […]
Florida Panhandle Technical College interview with Ashley Maphis, dual-enrolled high school student from Chipley High School, in the Welding program at Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, Florida. Produced by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. View photos, video clips and interviews on Facebook at Real Florida Magazine and […]
The construction work at First Baptist Church of Chipley is beginning to take on the look of the architectrual concept posted in front of the project.
Supporting Danny and Karen Wilkes.
Earlier this week, President Obama let Louisianans know that “you’re not alone.” With the hundreds of AmeriCorps and Senior Corps members deployed to the area, we know this to be true. And more importantly, just as the president said, we will continue to support recovery efforts long after the cameras have left. But […]
1 in 10 motorists take pictures of their pets while driving TAMPA, Fla. — Traveling with your pet is becoming more popular as hotels, restaurants, and destinations are offering more pet-friendly options. According to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse™ survey, more than three in four (77%) pet owners enjoy bringing their furry companions for a car ride. Yet […]
See what’s going on. 1st Anniversary Celebration & Business After Hours 5 to 7 pm – Aug. 30, 2016 Thank You for Shopping Local! To express our appreciation stop by & register to win a $50 Gift Card! Winners Announced during the Business After Hours event. The Art Factory Framing & Gallery is your home for Picture […]
The countdown is on: 21 days until S&S VI: REBOOT! Sponsors and volunteers are needed for the event, which is set for Saturday, Sept. 17th at the KRATOS training facility on Flatwoods Road in Altha. Sponsorship packages range from $100 to $2,000, or in-kind options are available.Deadline to be included on t-shirts is TODAY, August […]
Chipola Area Habitat for Humanity (serving Jackson and Washington counties) will be accepting Initial Applications for Homeownership until September 15, 2016. The first page below is information about the housing program qualifications and the second page is the Initial Application that interested persons should complete and return to one of our ReStore locations (Chipley or […]
Sea turtle hatchlings are digging out of their nests and clambering toward the ocean in September and October, the last months of Florida’s sea turtle nesting season. Just remember, “Hands off!” is the best policy for beachgoers encountering sea turtle hatchings. Well-meaning efforts to rescue a sea turtle hatchling by helping it leave a nest […]
Why Investing In Real Estate Is Easier Than Ever (NAPSI)—There is no shortage of reasons why investing in residential real estate can be a good idea: home prices declined during the recent financial crisis, the number of renters has skyrocketed, it’s often considered a stable alternative to the stock market and the list goes […]
by Kathy Foster On Aug. 18th the Florida Department of State announced it was dismissing an election fraud complaint brought against Washington County District County Commission candidate Ron Jones, by County Commission candidate Veronica Jones. In the letter sent to Veronica J. Jones, Assistant General Counsel David A. Fugett said while his […]
Courtesy of WZEP Radio While the risk of a tropical storm or hurricane striking southeastern Florida and the Bahamas has diminished for this weekend, a tropical disturbance, dubbed 99L, still bears watching for development. The poorly organized disturbance was roughly located 300 miles southeast of Miami and Marathon, Florida, and just southwest of Clarence […]
Interview with FPTC STEM Club adviser Christine Chomos, talking about the all-female STEM team ‘The Robotic Riveters’ after winning a regional competition in Niceville, Florida at the Florida Panhandle Technical College campus studio in Chipley, Florida on Friday, February 19, 2016. Produced by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. […]
Gulf Power’s storm-hardened crews are ready for action should the storm system threatening the Gulf of Mexico make landfall in Northwest Florida next week. “We have a storm-tested plan and our crews stand at the ready should this storm threaten our service area,” said Jeff Rogers, spokesperson with Gulf Power. “Our crews are among […]