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Island News

The Replacement

Struggle of loss and restoration

It was my fault that I had lost the knife. I had forgotten to take it out of the luggage when I was packing for a trip to Africa. More...

Beach power project underway

Gulf Power, in conjunction with Escambia County and the Santa Rosa Island Authority, began replacing 30-year-old underground power lines in the Quietwater Beach area of Pensacola Beach on Sept. 8. More...

Sports

Penalties, turnovers doom Dolphins

Two fourth down penalties in first half; four turnovers lead to 20 points in 36-25 Viking win

Sometimes, teams make ­mistakes and sometimes, teams just don’t get the breaks. Both of those misfortunes ­befell the Dolphins on Friday night as they lost 36-25 to Fort Walton Beach. More...

Lady Dolphin volleyball pushed to four against Pace, five against Choctaw

One thing’s for sure about the 2014 Lady Dolphin volleyball team - they know how to give their fans their money’s worth. More...

Schedules

Thursday, Sept. 11 Swimming at ­Choctaw, (Ft. Walton YMCA, 4)Girls golf vs. Milton andNavarre, (at Tiger Point,3:30 p.m.)Boys golf vs. ­Catholic, Pace and Milton (atScenic Hills, 3:30 p.m.) More...

Legals

Legals

NOTICE OF SALE The property described below, stored at BETTA STOR-IT, 2999 Gulf Breeze Pkwy., Gulf Breeze, FL will be disposed of in accordance with Florida statute 83.801.809 at the above address on 9/20/14 at 10 A.M. More...

Mayor steps down

What can be considered as the end of an era for the city came last Friday as Mayor Beverly Zimmern, in front of family, friends, and staff, announced her resignation as the Mayor of Gulf Breeze. More...

Teen to spend next 6 months in hospital

The teen charged with bludgeoning his mother to death inside her Crane Cove neighborhood home on Christmas Eve will be heading back to a state mental hospital for evaluation. More...

 

Community

Flashbacks - Ivan Edition

10 Years Ago 2004 Gulf Breeze News Edition following Hurricane Ivan Santa Rosa School Board: Classes back October 11 Disaster Recover Center opens in the gym of St. Ann’s Catholic Church More...

News

Hwy. 98 cross lane will close

Last Friday, the Florida Department of Transportation formally announced their OK to the City of Gulf Breeze’s resolution to eliminate the cut through in front of Starbucks and the Walmart Neighborhood market. More...

Thieves target Midway neighborhoods

A number of vehicle thefts have been occurring in the Tiger Point/Midway area over the past week, amid several vehicle burglaries in the city limits. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff ’s Office.

FELONIES 9/3/2014 Cook, Krystal Lynn, W/F, 29, 3000 block Redwood Ln., Gulf Breeze, larceny, forgery, fraud 9/4/2014 More...

Home & Garden

Landfair helps students pick the right college

Is a large state school right for you, or would a small private school foster your educational goals?Larger schools have more distractions such as football, fraternities and sororities and more parties. More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Sometimes we have to let go

We had to put our dog to sleep last week. The poor thing, a female chocolate lab, only two and a half years old, was pacing the floor because it was too uncomfortable to sit or lie down. More...

Red solo cup, please pick it up

Letters to the Editor

I’d like to address the students at Gulf Breeze High School! It is great you want to put Solo cups into the fence holes expressing your pride at being Seniors or supporting the Dolphins. More...