February 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Schools cited for ticket incidents

Gulf Breeze News Gulf Breeze High was one of three high schools in Santa Rosa County to be cited for inadequate athetic event ticket reconciliations in the county More...

FEMA, SBA deadlines are Feb. 28

FEMA Floridians affected by the four hurricanes of 2004 and who have not yet registered for federal assistance have only two weeks to call the Department of Homeland Security More...

Special Sections

 

Community

Gulf Breeze youth participating in Miss Teen Pensacola pageant

Melissa Olivia Salas of Gulf Breeze was recently selected to participate in Nationals More...

Homeowners beware:

Scam artists prey on hurricane victims

Officials from Florida More...

Benson files anti-looting bill in wake of hurricane season

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan, law enforcement officials had increased reports of looting of damaged homes and businesses. More...

Entertainment

Swing is back and in style this year

The past is coming back with remixed songs, old clothing fashions, and old style dances. The American Legion Hall in downtown Pensacola is open every Friday night for people who want to swing dance. More...

Pensacola Children’s Chorus returns February 20

The Pensacola Children More...

PJC brings

The Glass Managerie to life inside Ashmore Auditoruim

The Pensacola Junior College Music and Theatre Department will host More...

Sports

Leon ends Lady Dolphins’ season - again

Lady Lions score twice off free kicks; GBHS finishes 21-5-1

Gulf Breeze News For the second straight year, Gulf Breeze was pitted against Tallahassee Leon in the Region 1-4A semifinals. More...

Dolphins shut out PHS 4-0 in regional quarterfinal

Gulf Breeze hosted Leon Tuesday in regional semifinal

Gulf Breeze News The Gulf Breeze Dolphin soccer team erupted for three goals in a 10-minute span to beat Pensacola High 4-0 in a Region 1-4A Quarterfinal matchup Thursday at Dolphin Stadium. More...

Eight Dolphin wrestlers qualify for regional meet

Gulf Breeze News The Gulf Breeze wrestling team will send eight wrestlers to the regional meet tomorrow in Panama City as a result of their efforts at districts Saturday, also in Panama City. More...

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Friday, February 18 Movie Night at St. Ann

A "Movie Marathon" is planned for seventh and eighth grade Edge youth from 7 p.m. until Midnight in Nickelsen Hall at St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze. More...

Seniors

Elder abuse is on the rise

Reading about yet another child abuse case in the local paper, I was surprised to note that elder abuse cases have also risen dramatically. More...

Solving the mystery of why some older people lose the ability to taste food

Scripps Howard News Service Older people frequently complain that they just don%27t enjoy eating as much as they once did. They say most foods simply taste bland. More...

Varying stories leave unanswered questions about Las Javanes brawl

From 1 A me and began to strike me with their fists and feet. Subsequently, I had to start pushing subjects off me and for the more aggressive subjects that were striking me, I had to strike them in order to get them to retreat. More...

Home & Garden

Cooking

New appliances take on vintage look at oh-so-modern prices By Gretchen McKay

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ou More...

You don’t gain a thing by rushing spring

Extension Horticulture Agent Santa Rosa County More...

Police brutality alleged at teenage dance

Gulf Breeze News A Las Javanes Valentine More...

High speed chase through GB ends in Pensacola Bay

GB News Staff Report A routine traffic stop turned into a high speed chase through Gulf Breeze, and was the cause of a traffic wreck at the Hwy 98 - Oriole Beach intersection last Friday. More...

Andrews Institute site shifts to the west

Gulf Breeze News The planned world-class Andrews Institute to be built across Hwy 98 from the Live Oak Shopping Center is being shifted more westward than originally planned after an anticipated land purchase fell through. More...

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Island News

Photo

W

hen Gulf Breeze News Island News and Splash! magazine went fishing for a comic strip, we found one with nautical notions and subtropical humor More...

File now for property tax abatement due to storm damage

Gulf Breeze News Only two weeks remain for Pensacola Beach property owners to take advantage of a tax abatement of up to $1,500, according to Escambia County Property Appraiser Chris Jones. More...

Every organization needs a code: The Bubba Club has developed

A code of ethics that we hope to enact for all Bubbas everywhere! The Bubba Club is made up of over 250,000 men and women that has sworn to uphold the Bubba Lifestyle the world over. It is important to have a code, when even the IRS has a code. More...

News

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

District 1 - Gulf Breeze 3098 Gulf Breeze Parkway Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563 (850) 934-4000. Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff More...

GB City Council grants vendors trial period

Gulf Breeze News Vendors selling soft drinks and snacks who were misplaced when Hurricane Ivan damaged and closed the fishing pier alongside Hwy 98 in Gulf Breeze may again find financial opportunities in Gulf Breeze. More...

School

WBMS releases second nine week Honor Roll

6th Grade More...

GBHS junior heads to Washington as part of national program

Gulf Breeze High junior Aaron Hill is attending the Presidential Classroom Media and Democracy Program last week in Washington D.C. More...

GBHS students clean up at Art Show

The following students won ribbons at the Santa Rosa County Senior Art Show. The work may be viewed through February 25 at the Santa Rosa County School Board Office on Canal Street in Milton. More...

Faith

Nuns wired

Nuns host popular prayer Web site

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette When Sister Jean Alice McGoff entered the Carmelite Monastery of Indianapolis in 1949, she left behind newspapers, magazines, radio and the cutting-edge technology of television. More...

LENTEN PROJECT

What started as a Lenten Project planned for her art students inspired a local Gulf Breeze artist Ardith Coughlin to complete a 5 foot 6 inch x 4 foot painting of the face of Christ. More...

Thanks for the good work, dinner’s on us...

An Appreciation Dinner held at St. Ann Catholic Church on Wednesday, January 26, to thank the FEMA and State workers at St. Ann Catholic Church and in surrounding communities was very well received with over 350 in attendance. More...

Health

Sacred Heart program helps smokers break the habit

Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola will offer its More...

WF Hospital offers free Peripheral Vascular Disease program

On Thursday, February 24, West Florida Hospital will offer a free seminar entitled More...

Free seminar offers help, answers for allergy and asthma sufferers

West Florida Hospital will offer a free seminar entitled More...

Opinion

Advanced notice could’ve encouraged Southside participation in recovery

From the Editor

Good communication is the key to success in most every social and governmental issue, especially in the recovery phase after a hurricane. More...

Stoplights won’t solve Hwy 98, Gulf Breeze traffic issues

Letters to The Editor

I share Mr. Epstein More...

Here’s to the unsung heroes in our medical facilities

I would like to dedicate this week More...