Myths And Facts: Clearing Up A Few Misconceptions About Eye Exams ……..
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Myths And Facts: Clearing Up A Few Misconceptions About Eye Exams ……..

(NAPSI)—People are constantly reminded to eat right and exercise to stay healthy. But what about eye health? Dozens of eye diseases and conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and some cancers, can be diagnosed and detected during a simple eye exam. This is because the eye is actually part of the nervous system. An […]

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Walton County High School Braves Beat Chipley High School Tigers in JV Football on Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Walton County High School Braves Beat Chipley High School Tigers in JV Football on Thursday, September 21, 2017

On Thursday, September 21, 2017, the Chipley, Florida High School Tigers hosted the Walton High School Braves at Philip Rountree Stadium in Downtown Chipley, Florida in a regular season Junior Varsity football game, as seen in these photos by Debbie Goulding for Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. Despite […]

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Commissioner Adam Putnam Serves Breakfast at Beauclerc Elementary School ……….
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Commissioner Adam Putnam Serves Breakfast at Beauclerc Elementary School ……….

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam today served breakfast at Beauclerc Elementary School in Jacksonville, Fla., to raise awareness about free school meals in 48 counties affected by Hurricane Irma.   The U.S. Department of Agriculture accepted a request to allow all students in 48 counties subject to a FEMA Major Disaster Declaration […]

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Man on probation arrested again after meth found during traffic stop ……….
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Man on probation arrested again after meth found during traffic stop ……….

A man on state drug offender probation is back behind bars for drug charges following a traffic stop. A Nissan Altima was observed traveling on Orange Hill Road at approximately 30 mph over the posted speed limit just before 8:30 p.m. last Friday night. A Washington County Sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop, identifying the […]

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Suspicious person report leads to meth arrest ……..
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Suspicious person report leads to meth arrest ……..

Reports of a suspicious man knocking on the doors of multiple Hartzog Road residences led to the arrest of a Panama City man identified as 42-year-old Jeremy Edward Lynn. Washington County Sheriff’s office responded to a residence on Tuesday, just before noon, after receiving complaints that a suspicious person was attempting to enter their home […]

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Burglary investigation leads to stolen property and drug arrest …….
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Burglary investigation leads to stolen property and drug arrest …….

Items recently reported stolen from a residence on Ada Road have been located and an arrest has been made.   Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a burglary at approximately 6:30 p.m. on September 17. During the investigation, deputies found evidence that led them to an adjacent property where they made contact […]

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Governor Scott and Volunteer Florida Thank UnitedHealth Group and Its Employees for $1.5 Million in Donations Supporting Florida Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts

Governor Recognizes UnitedHealth Group’s Generous Support of $500,000 to the Florida Disaster Fund TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, Governor Scott and Volunteer Florida thanked UnitedHealth Group and its employees for more than $1.5 million in donations to Hurricane Irma recovery efforts including $500,000 to the Florida Disaster Fund, which was activated by Governor Scott to aid people […]

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Washington County BOCC votes to support 4-H program ………

Washington County Board of County Commissioners voted Sept. 20th to work with the local 4-H program to update and reuse the county-owned Equestrian Center.   by Kathy Foster   Nina Davis, 4-H Club Leader, met with commissioners to outline the 4-H program and talk about changes proposed for the facility.  She said while some repairs/upgrades […]

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BOCC presented plaque to First Baptist Church for hosting shelter during Hurricane Irma evacuation ……….
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BOCC presented plaque to First Baptist Church for hosting shelter during Hurricane Irma evacuation ……….

Washington County Commissioners led off Wednesday’s meeting with a plaque presentation to First Baptist Church of Chipley.  They commended the church for stepping up and hosting a shelter for Hurricane Irma evacuees coming through the Florida Panhandle.  Commissioners said they were pleased the church was willing to help out in a time of need.     […]

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Florida Lottery to sponsor Chipola Fall Festival on Sept. 28th ……
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Florida Lottery to sponsor Chipola Fall Festival on Sept. 28th ……

MARIANNA— The Florida Lottery will participate, for the sixth year in a row, in the Chipola College Fall Festival, Thursday, Sept. 28th.     Lottery officials—including Lottery Secretary Jim Poppell—are scheduled to be on hand to meet Bright Futures scholarship recipients and to celebrate the Lottery’s 29-year history of supporting education in Florida.   All […]

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