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Nov 15, 2018
Flower shop sprouts back in shed
PANAMA CITY — On a patch of concrete surrounded by storm-damaged homes and businesses, flags stating "OPEN" and "FLOWERS" waved on Monday in front of what appeared to be a garden shed.To Harrison McElheney, the owner of Hallmark Flower Shoppe, the small shed across the street from his destroyed shop was a way to keep his business blooming.Hurricane Michael wrecked Hallmark Flower Shoppe on 15th Street severely. The storm destroyed flowers and ribbons and made the building unusable."We were able to take out some that wasn't damaged," McElheney said, while pointing at spindles of ribbon still hanging on a water damaged rack.Below the rack, wilted mums grew thick globs of mold. The smell of decay lingered in the humid air inside the building.McElheney's father, Randall McElheney, said this was not the first time the flower shop had been destroyed. About 30 years ago the shop burned down, and reopened days later across the street where there is now... Aug 10, 2017
Flowers honored for veterinary service
He started a private veterinary practice in Walla Walla, Wash. for a time before joining the Air Force as a captain and a veterinarian in Panama City, Fla.Flowers and his wife Jan became interested in international work, so they took a short-term trip to Haiti with the CVM. “I had a great experience and saw how the skills of the profession could help poor farmers in the developing world,” he says.Afterward, he sold his practice in Haiti to veterinarians working for him, and he and Jan traveled to Kenya, Africa and worked with the Maasai people from 1985 to 1990 on the Kenya-Tanzania border.Working in Kenya and serving the Maasai “was an incredible opportunity,” Flowers says. “Of course, lots of cattle, sheep and goats. They depend on them for their livelihood and they are very knowledgeable about them as animals and traditional treatments and such. It was a great opportunity to serve them as well as to see them searching as a culture and a people for their own faith and traditional beliefs and what was happening in their world.”In 1990, they were called back to the CVM home office in Seattle, Wash. From there, Flowers worked as assistant director for 3 years, then as executive director.During the early 2000s, he returned to school at Seattle University and received a Master’s Degree in Not for Profit Leadership.“I love what I do. It’s been a long time since I’ve been in a clinical veterinary practice,” Flowers says. “I really enjoyed that as an employee and as a practice owner, and then even in the development work as working with animals. Since the early ‘90s, I’ve been totally in an administration and leadership role. I would’ve never planned that, but it’s been a privilege to serve there. My faith is a very important part of what motivates me to pursue the various avenues, and my family and their support of that.”On July 24, Flowers received the 2017 AVM... (Chaffee County Times)Apr 27, 2017
Family remembers man killed in Friday night shooting
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Family members of Gerald Smith are mourning the loss of their loved one. They also say something needs to be done about the violence in the area. "You just had to get to know him yourself he was very sweet, very sweet person," Teresa Smith said. Teresa is Gerald's cousin. She says she was in her apartment when Gerald was shot Friday at the Macedonia Garden Apartments. "Somebody came and was beating at my door and asked me to get over there where he was cause my cousin had got shot," Teresa said, "By the time I got here he hadn't made it on the stretcher yet and he looked at me and I just begged him not to go to sleep." Teresa says that was the last time she spoke to her cousin. Gerald passed away at the hospital. Later on at the apartment complex, those who knew Gerald left flowers to remember him. They describe him as a kind and generous man. "He wasn't a bad person. He wasn't a threat to society," Teresa said, "He was a friendly person."Details surrou... (WJHG-TV)Mar 9, 2017
CELEBRATE OUTDOORS: Panama City resolves to protect wildflowers
Panama City commissioners at the their last meeting passed a resolution to protect native wildflowers along state, county and city roadways,
By Katie Landeck 522-5114 @PCNHKatieL firstname.lastname@example.org
PANAMA CITY — In the warmer months, the roadsides in Bay County are dotted with wildflowers — yellow beach sunflower and tickseed, red blanket flower, orange milkweed.It’s a pretty sight for drivers, but perhaps more importantly, the roadside is the ideal habitat for the flowers, which thrive on the extra sunshine and hustle and bustle from the road.“Disturbed areas are where wildflowers naturally grow,” said Lisa Roberts, the executive director of the Florida Wildflower Foundation. “The roadsides are a really important avenue, creating habitat pollinators lost.”Recognizing this, Panama City commissioners at the their last meeting passed a resolution to protect native wildflowers along state, county and city roadways, agreeing to partner with the Florida Department of Transport... (The News Herald)Feb 9, 2017
Lynn Haven names day in honor of centenarian
Jacksonville, where she worked at Knight Paper Company and Tarratus Five Ten Store. In 1952, Peacock moved to Panama City after getting a job working in the receiving room at Sears Roebuck and Company on Harrison Avenue.
In 1982, at age 65, Peacock retired from Sears and moved with her brother Tom to Orlando in 1988. They returned to Lynn Haven in 1999, and she’s been here ever since.
“Lynn Haven is a nice place to live,” Peacock said. “We have such very nice people here.”
... (The News Herald)Jan 19, 2017
Funeral set for Alisa Kinsaul
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP)-- The funeral is set for a Panama City woman killed in her home earlier this week.
The funeral for Alisa Kinsaul will be Sunday, January 22nd at 3pm at Lynn Haven United Methodist Church on Transmitter Road in Lynn Haven. Visitation will begin at 2pm.
Southerland Funeral Home is handling the cremation and the family plot at Evergreen Memorial Gardens on Highway 231 in Panama City will serve as Kinsaul's final resting place.
The man accused of killing Kinsaul on Monday night, Brad Davidson, 46, of Panama City, remains in a local hospital. He's charged with an open count of murder in Kinsaul's death.
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