Jeff Atwater speaks out on unclaimed federal savings bonds …….

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 […]

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Improved Treatment for COPD Coming, Says Harvard Scientist ……..

Improved Treatment for COPD Coming, Says Harvard Scientist ……..

(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 […]

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Obituary for David Curtis D’Aboy ………

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, […]

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Obituary for Jimmie Ray Carter ……..

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 […]

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From the White House …….

From the White House …….

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 […]

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Washington County Sheriff’s Office reports apprehension of a suspect who absconded from Escambia County ……..

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 […]

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Florida Panhandle Technical College Graduates Practical Nursing Program

Florida Panhandle Technical College Graduates Practical Nursing Program

Florida Panhandle Technical College saw the graduation of 18 students in the Practical Nursing Program on Tuesday evening, February 7, 2016, as a standing-room only crowd watched the proceedings in the Washington County Ag Center, as seen in these photos by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. ‘It’s time […]

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Real Florida Magazine Interview With Coy Pennington, With ‘Trail Life USA’

Real Florida Magazine Interview With Coy Pennington, With ‘Trail Life USA’

Real Florida Magazine interview with Coy Pennington, with ‘Trail Life USA’ in Downtown Chipley on Monday, February 6, 2017, produced by Real Florida Media, a subsidiary of The Goulding Agency in Chipley, Florida. See more video clips, photos and interviews on Facebook at Real Florida Magazine, online at at www.RealFloridaMagazine.org, and listen to these interviews […]

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Dr. Dunn Opposes Federal Overreach in Local School Systems ………

WASHINGTON, DC –  Dr. Neal Dunn (FL-02) has voted to overturn two harmful Department of Education regulations that expand the federal government’s role in education. The House passed H.J. Res. 57 and 58, measures to overturn government regulations under the Congressional Review Act. “Local education is best controlled at the local level. What works best […]

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MAN KILLED DRIVING WRONG WAY ON I-10 ……..

MAN KILLED DRIVING WRONG WAY ON I-10 ……..

Courtesy WZEP RADIO 1460   One man was killed and two other people injured in an early morning crash Tuesday in Walton County. The Florida Highway Patrol reports Leroy Allemond, 64, of Summerville, SC was traveling east in the inside westbound travel lane of I-10 near mile marker 70 around 1 AM in his 2008 Chevy HHR […]

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4TH GRADERS MAKE DISH GARDENS ……..

4TH GRADERS MAKE DISH GARDENS ……..

by Gwen Collins   Tuesday, February 7th was a blustery day out on the playground behind Kate Smith Elementary School. Nevertheless, seventy-six fourth graders and Chipley Garden Club enjoyed some time making succulent dish gardens for the 2017 Washington County 4-H Youth Fair. Chipley Garden Club’s Youth Chairman Linda Pigott talked with the children about […]

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Florida Steak Bowl ……..

Florida Steak Bowl ……..

Bursting with flavor. Ingredients: 1 eight-ounce strip steak 1 teaspoon Latin spice mix 2 ears corn, roasted and kernels removed from the cob 1 large tomato, diced 1 cup black beans, from a can, drained 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, hand torn 1/2 lime, juiced (plus more if desired) 1/4 teaspoon powdered cumin Your favorite hot sauce […]

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Growing Roses in Florida ……..

Growing Roses in Florida ……..

by Sydney Park Brown Roses are prized around the world for their beautiful flowers. Here in Florida, they grow and bloom year-round in the southern and central parts of the state and for at least nine months of the year in the northern part. Roses can be mixed into plant beds, featured as a specimen […]

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2017 is off to a great start and Volunteer Florida looks forward to continuing with you ……..

2017 is off to a great start and Volunteer Florida looks forward to continuing with you ……..

 Read on for more! MLK Day of Service On January 16, 2017, we were proud to participate in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, a national day of service that provides an opportunity for all Americans to come together to volunteer in their local communities. Volunteer Florida is thankful for the AmeriCorps members […]

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Getting To The Heart Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest ……..

Getting To The Heart Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest ……..

Olympic Skater Shares His Heart-Stopping Experience & What You Should Know About New Implantable Heart Devices (NAPSI)—Even a fit and healthy professional athlete can suffer from sudden cardiac arrest—but a look at Olympic skater Paul Wylie’s story may help to shed some light on what you need to know about the latest advancements in implantable […]

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Dr. Dunn Opposes Federal Overreach in Local School Systems ……..

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Dr. Neal Dunn (FL-02) voted to overturn two harmful Department of Education regulations that expand the federal government’s role in education. The House passed H.J. Res. 57 and 58, measures to overturn government regulations under the Congressional Review Act. “Local education is best controlled at the local level. What works best […]

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