~ Watch out drivers, little ghouls are haunting the roads ~ TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –Everyone loves a good Halloween scare, but not when it comes to safety. Friday, trick-or-treaters will be out haunting the neighborhoods, and the Florida Highway Patrol is reminding motorists and pedestrians to use extreme caution and to safely share the road. […]
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CHS VOCAL MUSIC AND THEATRE DEPARTMENT WILL PRESENT ‘For the Love of Music VI: Happy!’ at 7 p.m. nightly Nov. 20th through the 22nd. The Chipley High School Vocal Music and Theatre Department is preparing for their fall music production, For the Love of Music VI: Happy! Based on Pharrell Williams’ hit song, “Happy!”, […]
Mrs. Jan Page, President and CEO of the Community South Credit Union was the guest speaker in the Roulhac Middle School Careers class this week. She discussed her position and responsibilities at the credit union, as well as other positions that may be a career path for the students.
By Jack Payne The selection of Dr. W. Kent Fuchs (pronounced “Fox”) as the next president of the University of Florida should be cause for celebration for anyone who cares about Florida agriculture and natural resources. I’ll confess, I had some initial apprehension about whether an electrical engineer would be properly attuned to the importance […]
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MARIANNA—More than 100 area business leaders were on hand for the announcement of two new Engineering Technology programs to be offered at Chipola College. The announcement came at the annual meeting of the Workforce Development Advisory Council on Oct. 23rd. Darwin Gilmore, Dean of Workforce Education and Economic Development, announced that Chipola will […]
With only 14.8 percent of eligible voters casting ballots at the first 25 of this year’s state primaries and downward voting trends plaguing the past 50 years, the leading personal finance social network WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2014’s Most and Least Politically Engaged States. In order to find the most and least civically engaged […]
by Kathy Foster Election Day is November 4th. Mark it on your calendar and be sure to cast your ballot. There is no excuse for not exercising your right to vote. When someone starts bad-mouthing their elected representatives, I immediately ask them who they voted for. And, when the answer is “I […]
Students, you have done your jobs well. KMS 2014-2015 A Honor Roll First Nine Weeks Reporting 2nd Grade Breanna Bell Connor Bratcher Gianna Brock Shawn Burgett Lawson Corbitt Gavin Creel Abbygail Dalton Oscar Foxworth Athan Guettler Ja’Corian Guster Asher Holt Kailee Kersey Kalan Koch Jaren Manuel Max Martin Kason Nelson Rihana Nur Alyssa […]
JULIAN “JUKE” SANDERS B/M – DOB 7/2/1990 The Bonifay Police Department has obtained felony warrants for Julian “Juke” Sanders for Home Invasion Robbery, Aggravated Assault with a Firearm (4 CTS), False Imprisonment (4 CTS) and Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Sanders should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS. If you see Sanders or […]
Congratulations students! Roulhac Middle School A Honor Roll- 1st 9 Weeks 5th Grade Bradley Barnes Nikiyah Brown Abigail Chomos Jaiden Clenney Meredith Deal Kaitlyn Hildebrand Audrey Holley Konner Odom Lucas Richard Genna Stewart Will Taylor Roulhac Middle School A Honor Roll- 1st 9 Weeks 6th Grade Ethan Adkison Maggie Bau Isaac Berry Clifford Boullard Hailey […]
The Chipley Woman’s Club will be holding a very big yard sale on Friday and Saturday, October 31-November 1, at their Clubhouse, located at 607 N. Fifth Street in Chipley. The sale will be from 8:00 AM until… Rain or Shine. At this sale, the Club is selling holiday decorations, toys, furniture, small […]
One hundred and twenty Kate Smith Elementary School students enjoyed a visit from Chipley Garden Club on Monday, October 27th. Loaded with plants, re-purposed drink bottles, soil, dibbles, and other terrarium building supplies, the club members arrived early to set up for one of the club’s annual events – Terrarium Building with Second Graders. […]
Safe and Healthy Trick-or-Treating During Halloween TALLAHASSEE – As Halloween approaches, the Florida Department of Health encourages families to celebrate in a safe and healthy way. Parents should talk to their children about Halloween safety and educate one another on healthy practices. “Halloween is an important time for parents and children to make healthy decisions when […]
Located at 1510 Hwy 90, this unusual shop features baby and children items, furniture, along with decor items. Owned and operated by Krista Bowman, this delightful shop offers baby and children;s items, along with furniture, decor and more. Pub it on your list of local shops to visit and see what they have to […]