• Armory ‘haunted’ this weekend

    The Fort Coombs Armory, at Fourth Street and Avenue D in Apalachicola, will be haunted this weekend as the spectacular “Haunted House” returns. A fundraiser for the JBG Skate Park in Apalachicola...

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  • Panama City loses game to Apalachicola

    Editor’s note: Eighty-years ago this week, Apalachicola had a winning baseball team, champions of the Gulf Coast League.

     

    After nine innings of thrills, Apalachicola finally won the...

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  • Shuler and Stansell baby win prize

    Alfred O’Neal Shuler, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Shuler of this city has been selected as one of the winners of the Sears Roebuck and Company national baby contest.

    Alfred O’Neal will...

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  • Work camp field repurposed as taxiway

    At the Oct. 7 meeting, county commissioners voted unanimously to move the proposed site for a commercial taxiway at Cleve Randolph Field to the southwest corner of the airport.

    County Planner...

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  • Lanark dedicates Sewell Park

    On Sunday, more than 60 people gathered at Chillas Hall for the monthly community covered dish luncheon and to celebrate the inspiration and energy of two great ladies.

    Gene Sewell, the ...

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  • Pierce to stay on another year

    County Planner and Director of Administrative Services Alan Pierce will remain in his position an additional year, at an increased salary, and train his replacement.

    In addition, the ...

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  • New GCSC president excited about future of Gulf/Franklin

    Dr. John Holdnak, president of Gulf Coast State College, has a vision for the future of the school and the Gulf/Franklin campus in Port St. Joe will play a vital role.

    With a 26-year career ...

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  • Eastpoint Medical Center opens at new site

    The Eastpoint Medical Center, the county’s federally qualified health center (FQHC), has a new home.

    At an open house Oct. 2, officials from North Florida Medical Center, the non-profit ...

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  • News Briefs October 16, 2014

    Creamer named to Weems board

    At the Oct. 7 county commission meeting, Doug Creamer, of Eastpoint, was appointed to represent District 5 on the Weems Hospital advisory board.

    Sharon Ryder ...

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  • New restaurant open at Gibson

    Chef Brett Gormley, with his wife Fayah at his right, cuts the ribbon last week with representatives of the Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce, on hisnew restaurant “Gormley’s at the Gibson” ...

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