Gag grouper recreational harvest closing in 4-county Gulf region …….

Gag grouper recreational harvest will close in state waters off the coasts of Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor counties July 1, with the last day of harvest June 30.   The gag grouper recreational harvest season in Gulf of Mexico state waters, not including Franklin, Jefferson, Wakulla and Taylor counties, opened June 1 and will […]

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Nelson Reunion, July 9th, at Bailey’s Surf & Turf in Chipley ………

The fun gets underway at Noon.   The Annual Nelson Reunion will be held July 9 Saturday at Noon at Bailey’s Surf and Turf at 1229 Jackson Avenue in Chipley. No need to bring food… just order from the menu. Paying for your meal is a small price to enjoy time with family. Come early […]

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CHIPOLA HOSTS STEM CHALLENGE ……..

CHIPOLA HOSTS STEM CHALLENGE ……..

Chipola College was the host site of a Summer STEM Challenge sponsored by the Panhandle Area Educational Consortium in partnership with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.     Here, Chipola science professor Dr. Jeff Bodart works with Graceville High School junior Denzeal Boyd. Area high school students got a chance to learn about drones during three-day event. […]

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Forestry Seminar June 30th in DeFuniak Springs ……

Forestry Seminar June 30th in DeFuniak Springs ……

    FORESTRY SEMINAR Thursday, June 30th 9:45 AM – 1:30 PM Learn about the latest on forest herbicides, Cogon grass control and predicting future growth of your southern pines. Cost is just $5. Call 850.892.8172 to register.

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News from Gulf Power ………

News from Gulf Power ………

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VA Brings Mental Health Support Closer To Home For Rural ………

VA Brings Mental Health Support Closer To Home For Rural ………

(NAPSI)—When Jesse* moved back to North Carolina after serving in the Vietnam War, he grew out his hair and pretended to be a war protester. “I didn’t want to say I was a Marine,” he said. He struggled with depression and feelings of shame. Later, nightmares got worse and other signs of post-traumatic stress disorder […]

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Obituary for Edward Lee Johns ……..

Edward Lee Johns, age 60 of Fountain, passed from this life on June 26, 2016 at his residence. Edward was born on September 12, 1955 in Panama City, Florida to Charlie Eugene Johns and Annie Corene Finch. He was a lifelong resident of the panhandle and was a carpenter by trade. He was preceded in […]

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Obituary for Don C. Kelly …….

Don C. Kelly, age 74 of Chipley, FL passed from this life on Sunday morning, June 26, 2016 at his home. Don was born on April 14, 1942 to the late Wilmer and Ethel (Youngblood) Kelly in Geneva, AL. He has been a lifelong resident of Chipley and was a member of the Wausau Assembly […]

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Chipley Police arrest one in shooting incident at Comfort Inn ……..

Chipley Police Chief Kevin Crews reports that 21-year-old Hallie O’dell Ross of Stone Mountain, Georgia was arrested today in connection with a shooting incident at the Comfort Inn around  11:53 a.m.   According to Crews, his department responded to the shooting incident and found that 26-year-old Latorreian Francis Jenkins, also of Stone Mountain, Georgia, had […]

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Mondays with Pete June 27, 2016 ……..

Good morning; Breathing heavily between sets in my weight routine, I stand at the second story window of the gym looking out across the bay stirred by a steady summer breeze on a hot, humid, normal summer day in Florida. My thoughts kind of wander from here to there as I try to catch my […]

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AAA: “BREXIT” LEADS TO LOWER FUEL PRICES ……..

AAA: “BREXIT” LEADS TO LOWER FUEL PRICES ……..

TAMPA, Fla.  — Britain’s vote to leave the European Union could impact Americans in a variety of ways; one of them could be lower gas prices. The price for crude oil, which is globally traded on the stock market, declined by nearly $2.50 the day after the “Brexit” vote. Since two-thirds the price of gasoline is influenced by oil prices, […]

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Washington County School Board set Special Board Meeting for June 30th at 5 p.m. ……..

The mission of the Washington County School District is to empower all students to become well educated, productive citizens by providing appropriate, high quality, and rigorous educational programs in a safe learning environment. SPECIAL BOARD MEETING WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD June 30, 2015 – 5:00 P.M. Board Room – Administration Building Chipley, Florida AGENDA I. […]

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An exhibition of the artists of Plein Air Tallahassee …….

An exhibition of the artists of Plein Air Tallahassee …….

Opening Reception July 1st, 6-9 pm Picture Frames Unlimited is proud to present “Under Florida Skies,” the second group exhibition of the artists of Plein Air Tallahassee. This exhibition of plein air paintings, celebrating the immediacy of the moment when the artist is at work, will be on display during July and August. Join us […]

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Congresswoman Gwen graham presenting U.S. Small Business Workshop June 28th ……..

Congresswoman Gwen graham presenting U.S. Small Business Workshop June 28th ……..

From 5 – 7 p.m. in Quincy.  

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CHIPOLA AUTO INSTRUCTORS TEACH OTHER TEACHERS …….

CHIPOLA AUTO INSTRUCTORS TEACH OTHER TEACHERS …….

Invited to teach at the recent Georgia Trade and Industry Camp.     Chipola College Automotive Technology instructors John Gardner (left) and Chase Vlieg were invited to teach at the recent Georgia Trade and Industry Camp. The camp offers a yearly update for automotive teachers. The Chipola team presented, two four-hour sessions of “Teaching Electrical […]

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Veterans Deserve More Victories At Home ……..

Veterans Deserve More Victories At Home ……..

(NAPSI)—After the Sept. 11 attacks, Bobby Body enlisted in the U.S. Army. He was deployed to Habbaniyah, Iraq, where he joined a 12-man team that would travel from Ramadi to Fallujah. Their mission was to draw insurgents into the open and detain them. In broad daylight, in hostile cities, hunting down the enemy day after […]

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