Recognized as ‘High Impact Teachers’. Lesa Burdeshaw, principal at Kate M. Smith Elementary School in Chipley is proud to announce that three of the teachers at a the school have been recognized as ‘High Impact Teachers’. Burdeshaw said Carmen Riviere, Kim Tuel and Kim Hartzog each received a letter of recognition. The letters read: […]
The Florida State Fair also showcases Florida’s livestock, poultry and fresh produce TAMPA, Fla.–Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam, along with Attorney General Pam Bondi and first responders, today kicked-off the Florida State Fair with the annual “flip the switch” ceremony, turning on the fair’s lights for the first time this year. Opening […]
Join ‘Real Florida Magazine’ for all the hoops action tonight, Thursday, February 9, 2016, starting at 5:15PM for 6-8 year old boys and girls, and at 6:15PM for 9-12 old year boys and girls, as City League Basketball action continues in the old Chipley High School gymnasium on 2nd Street in Downtown Chipley, Florida. Action […]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Yesterday, Florida economic development and tourism leaders, small business owners, and concerned Floridians from across the state traveled to Tallahassee to speak or stand in opposition to Legislation in the Florida House that would kill Florida jobs by eliminating Enterprise Florida and VISIT FLORIDA. WATCH: Roger Dow, US Travel Association WATCH: Cathy […]
Final installment (of a three part series) of the ‘Real Florida Magazine’ interview with Hank Hamilton, County Administrator for Washington County, Florida on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 in Chipley, Florida. Produced by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. See more video clips, photos and interviews at www.RealFloridaMagazine.org and you can […]
Governor Rick Scott Reappoints Alan Abramowitz as Executive Director of the Statewide Guardian Ad Litem Program …….
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott has announced the reappointment of Alan Abramowitz as Executive Director of the Statewide Guardian Ad Litem Program. Abramowitz, 54, of Tallahassee, has been the executive director of the Guardian Ad Litem program since 2010. Abramowitz served in the Florida National Guard and the United States Army from 1983-1998. He […]
White House Service – Lawyers Argue President Trump’s Travel Moratorium in Front Of 9th Circuit Court of Appeals People ………..
Travel Executive Order Challenge A challenge to President Donald Trump’s travel moratorium Executive Order reached the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that sits in San Francisco. Last night, three judges on the court: Judge Michelle T. Friedland, Judge William C. Canby Jr. and Judge Richard R. Clifton, heard arguments from August Flentje of the Justice Department, in support of the […]
Courtesy of WZEP Radio 1460 A DeFuniak Springs man was struck by a vehicle Wednesday night shortly before 7 p.m. Police interview a distraught witness at the scene of Wednesday night’s accident. A DeFuniak Springs man was struck by a vehicle Wednesday night shortly before 7 PM. The accident occurred on Bruce Avenue […]
The Communication Center of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office had one of the busiest nights we’ve experienced in a long time concerning the storm that passed through our county Tuesday night. I would like to commend Christy Bess, Lane Evans, Sommer Cason and Communications Supervisor Joe Hamm, of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Communication Center. […]
The folks at Chipley City Hall report the American Flag flying on Hwy 77 to welcome folks to the community will soon be back up flying proudly. They report that a cord in the flag pole broke, resulting in the flag being taken down, but assure everyone the flag pole will be repaired and […]
Late last year, I filed a lawsuit against the federal government. I did so over $1 billion in unclaimed federal savings bonds. As part of our unclaimed property program, we assume custody over the contents of abandoned safe deposit boxes, and we began noticing a great number of federal savings bonds within them. However, even […]
(NewsUSA) – Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) takes an enormous toll in human suffering and medical costs. More than 30 million Americans struggle from frequent coughing, increased breathlessness, wheezing, and the other symptoms of the progressive lung disease. Most COPD patients must take medications every day. As a result, inhaled drugs for COPD, such […]
Mr. David Curtis D’Aboy, age 83, of Westville, Florida died peacefully at home on February 7, 2017. He was born January 8, 1934 in Springfield, Illinois to the late Emilo D’Aboy and Helen Virginia Tate D’Aboy. In addition to his parents, Mr. D’Aboy was preceded in death by his daughter, Kristin Beall and a sister, […]
Jimmie Ray Carter, age 77 of Chipley, went home to be with the Lord on February 8, 2017 at Washington Rehab and Nursing Center in Chipley. Jimmie Ray was born on May 6, 1939 in Wausau, Florida to John Tanner Carter and Lottie Lee (Mercer) Carter. He was a lifelong resident of Washington County and […]
The past 8 years have taken a toll on America’s job force. But now, we have already begun bringing OUR jobs back to OUR country. Today we are excited to announce that Intel has pledged to make a $7 billion investment in Arizona, creating 10,000 jobs! Companies across America are making the commitment to creating […]
Washington County Sheriff’s Office reports apprehension of a suspect who absconded from Escambia County ……..
Washington County Sheriff’s Office reports the apprehension of a suspect that had absconded from Escambia County. Arrested was: Jarvis Anwar Dean, 20 Years Old of Pensacola, Fl Charges: -Fleeing & Eluding LEO Felony -Driving While License suspended (habitual) Felony -Obstruction of Justice w/violence Misdemeanor -Possession of Marijuana less than 20 grams Misdemeanor -Violation of Probation […]