What They Are Saying About Rep. Tom Price, M.D. at Today’s Hearings ……..

What They Are Saying About Rep. Tom Price, M.D. at Today’s Hearings ……..

Health, Education, Labor, And Pensions Committee Chairman Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN): Price Is “An Excellent Nominee” For HHS Secretary And “Knows The Subject Very, Very Well.” (Sen. Lamar Alexander, Hearing, U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, And Pensions, 1/18/17) Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA): There Is “Nobody Better Qualified” To Be HHS Secretary; Price Is […]

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Vice President-Elect Mike Pence Appoints Ken Nahigian as Executive Director of the Trump-Pence Presidential Transition …….

Vice President-Elect Mike Pence Appoints Ken Nahigian as Executive Director of the Trump-Pence Presidential Transition …….

(WASHINGTON) – Vice President-elect Mike Pence today appointed Ken Nahigian to serve as the Executive Director of the Trump-Pence Presidential Transition. The Trump-Pence Presidential Transition will continue to support nominees through their confirmation hearings as well as the peaceful transition of power. As outgoing Executive Director Rick Dearborn moves into his role of Deputy Chief […]

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What They Are Saying About Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt at Today’s Hearings ……..

What They Are Saying About Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt at Today’s Hearings ……..

Sen. Barrasso (R-WY) Praised Pruitt’s Nomination, Says “He Has Been A Distinguished Public Servant.” (Sen. John Barrasso, Hearing, Senate Environment And Public Works Committee, 1/18/17) Sen. Inhofe (R-OK): “Pruitt Will Return The EPA To Its Proper Role” And “Has Proven Himself.” (Sen. Jim Inhofe, Hearing, Senate Environment And Public Works Committee 1/18/17) Sen. Lankford (R-TX) […]

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Law Enforcement Training at Florida Panhandle Technical College Prepares Students for Careers

Law Enforcement Training at Florida Panhandle Technical College Prepares Students for Careers

A group of students from the Law Enforcement Program, part of the Public Safety Program on the campus of Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, Florida, were exposed to real-world scenarios, having to deal with the bad guys. The students, both men and women, were taught how to stop a suspect vehicle and take the […]

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Corrections Job Fair with The GEO Group at Florida Panhandle Technical College Draws Large Number of Applicants

Corrections Job Fair with The GEO Group at Florida Panhandle Technical College Draws Large Number of Applicants

A large number of job seekers applied and took placement tests for corrections jobs with The GEO Group, operating correctional facilities located in Graceville, Florida, at the Public Safety Program on the campus of Florida Panhandle Technical College on Wednesday, January 18, 2016, as seen in these photos by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of […]

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Vernon, Florida High School JV Beats Bozeman High School JV Squad in Boys Basketball

Vernon, Florida High School JV Beats Bozeman High School JV Squad in Boys Basketball

The Vernon, Florida High School Junior Varsity Yellow Jackets beat the Bozeman High School JV Bucks in Boys Basketball on the Vernon High School campus at 5:30PM on Tuesday, January 16, 2017, as seen in these photos by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. The JV Yellow Jackets won […]

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Vernon, Florida High School Yellow Jackets Beat Bozeman High School Bucks in Boys Varsity Basketball

Vernon, Florida High School Yellow Jackets Beat Bozeman High School Bucks in Boys Varsity Basketball

The Vernon, Florida High School Yellow Jackets beat the Bozeman High School Bucks in Boys Varsity Basketball on the Vernon High School campus at 7PM on Tuesday, January 16, 2017, as seen in these photos by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. The Yellow Jackets won with a final […]

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Chipley Council presents awards for Outstanding Christmas Decoration Displays ……..

Chipley Council presents awards for Outstanding Christmas Decoration Displays ……..

Approves moratorium on Medical Marijuana.   by Kathy Foster   Presentations led off Tuesday night’s meeting of the Chipley City Council.   by Kathy Foster   Ward 1 recipient was the Ernesto Gonzalez Family, 594 4th Street.  Award was presented by Mayor Lee Dell Kennedy.   Ward 2 winner was Ryan Sikora, 756 Glenwood Avenue. […]

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School Board told FPTC has great support from area employers …….

Washington County School Board members receive update on programs at Florida Panhandle Technical Center (FPTC).   by Kathy Foster   Martha Compton, Director at FPTC in Chipley met with members of the local School Board Tuesday afternoon to bring them up-to-date on what’s going on at the college and was pleased to report the college […]

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Chipley Kiwanis open to new members ……..

Chipley Kiwanis open to new members ……..

Club members learns about drone program at Florida Panhandle Technical College.   by Kathy Foster   Always interested in learning about what is going on in the local community, Chipley’s Kiwanis Club welcomed three speakers to their Jan. 17th meeting who brought them up-to-date on the newest program being offered at the college in Chipley […]

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Noodles to the Rescue: Make Dinner In a Snap ……..

Noodles to the Rescue: Make Dinner In a Snap ……..

(NewsUSA) – It used to be that families sat down at the dinner table and ate their evening meal together. These days, parents are juggling work and home, while running kids to and from various activities. Because of all of these demands, it can be a struggle to find a recipe solution that meets your […]

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Honor Rolls from Kate M. Smith Elementary School

Congratulations students!   A/B Honor Roll   Student      Grade Adams, Kinslee Denise 02 Brantley, Jada Simone 02 Brock, Aiden Chase 02 Bruner, Kason Scott 02 Byram, Rhiannon Shayne 02 Clenney, Jace Thomas 02 Corbitt, Kellyn Elizabeth 02 Crook, Aunuella Kayleshia Rene’ 02 Crosby, Glenn Scott 02 Cruz, Enrique 02 Curry, Ja’Quan Ra’Shaun 02 […]

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VES Honor Rolls ……….

Good work students.   ‘A/B’   Student Grade Avery, Connor Johnathan 02 Boyett, Morgan Lee 02 Brock, Kadyn Aliya 02 Brogdon, Jadyn Luellen 02 Bryant, Jaclyn Charlize 02 Butler, Jaxin Haze 02 Clark, William Anthony 02 Coley, David Thomas 02 Cooper, Landon Owen 02 Dabney -Owens, Layla Paige 02 David-Richard, Makenna Amelia 02 Desprez-Myer, Aiden […]

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BCF Welcomes New Students for Spring ……..

BCF Welcomes New Students for Spring ……..

With the New Year in full swing, new beginnings are also plentiful as the faculty, staff, and students at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville welcomed new students for the 2017 spring semester. The arrival of new students on campus is always highly anticipated as they begin their journey of being trained and […]

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Obituary for Martha JoAnne Still Brewer ……..

Martha JoAnne Still Brewer, born Bonifay, Florida, June 25, 1929, passed away January 4, 2017, at her son’s home in Carmichael, California. Daughter of James Edward Still (1901-1987) and Johnnie Coleman Still (1905-1993), both of Bonifay, Florida. Married September, 1948, to Roy Mullins Brewer, Jr., (Lt Col. USAF)(1924-1988) of Atlanta, Georgia. Martha’s indomitable positive outlook […]

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Governor Scott Issues Statement on the Capture of Markeith Loyd ………

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Tonight, following the capture of Markeith Loyd by the Orlando Police Department, Governor Rick Scott released the following statement: Governor Rick Scott said, “I want to thank the Orlando Police Department, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for their unrelenting focus to find the person responsible […]

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