March 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

FEMA extends county debris removal, SBA loans still available

Northwest Florida counties affected by the 2004 hurricanes received some good news last week as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security More...

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Community

After 6 months, Office Depot again ‘taking care of business in Gulf Breeze’

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Driftwood Garden Club to purchase park water fountain

Driftwood Garden Club members met at Bay Beach Inn on February 24th with president Pat Landfair presiding. Hostesses for the luncheon were Helen Antonacci, Pat Trachy and Shari Fulford. More...

Reserves strengthen life-saving teams in Midway

news@gulfbreezenews.com When firefighters respond to an emergency call in the Midway Fire District, the responders may not all be career firefighters. More...

School

Gulf Breeze Middle, High win Science Olympiad - again

The clinking of 94 medals heralded the return of Gulf Breeze Science Olympians from the Florida Science Olympiad Saturday, March 5 The gold, silver, and bronze medallions added up to first place trophies for Gulf Breeze High and Gulf Breeze Middle, More...

GBMS Band earns medals at District, Solo Ensemble

The Solo and Ensemble Festival was Feb. 19 at Gulf breeze High School. More...

Sports

Storm’n and Breeze’n to GCI titles

Bayside

jason@gulfbreezenews.com Eric Miles can More...

Bayside U19, U16 boys finish runners up

Two Bayside boys team, loaded with Dolphin varsity and junior varsity players, took second place in their respective divisions at the 22nd annual Gulf Coast Invitational at the Pace Soccer Complex. More...

March 17 SB vs. Navarre, 6:30 p.m.

9th, JV SB at Navarre, 4 and 6 p.m. March 18 More...

Home & Garden

Beauty&Brains

Home garden marries Zen-inspired loveliness with xeric properties

By Cindy Sutter Scripps Howard News Service olorado landscape architect Tom Altgelt tells a funny story. More...

Enjoy sure spring and summer color with zinnias

Santa Rosa County Landscape color from zinnias is about as close as the gardener can get to a sure thing. Prepare a planting bed and establish some this spring and you will see what I mean. More...

Legals

LEGALs

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, Charles or Betty Bodamer, the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. More...

Panel denies bridge rubber stamp

chris@gulfbreezenews.com It was almost like Christmas morning for the City of Gulf Breeze and Santa Rosa County last Wednesday as they got what they had been wishing for at the latest meeting of the Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organiz More...

Council:Time is right for maritime park

The $70 million Community Maritime Park proposed for downtown Pensacola by Gulf Breeze businessman Quint Studer and two other businessmen made the leap from idea to inevitable reality last week as the Pensacola City Council approved to move the propo More...

Search for would-be bank robber continues

chris@gulfbreezenews.com A man who attempted to rob a Whitney Bank in Navarre remains at large as of Monday evening, and the Santa Rosa County Sheriff More...

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Island News

Going DOTTY

Local artist sees spots in painting aboriginal style

She takes the wrong end of a paintbrush, dips it into the acrylic paint, then carefully places it in exactly the right spot to create a piece of art that will have her seeing spots. More...

Photo

RIGHT: Hey Look! The "Chuckster" and the "Dickster" really do have hair! Aka Chuck Schildt and Dick Brown. More...

Michael Jackson is a victim of TMM- Too Much Money

I am old. I remember Michael Jackson when he was black. I remember the Jackson Five, a group of young people that were a family that were great singers. Then they got weird! More...

Entertainment

Charity concert March 19 to benefit Favor House

A.R.K. & C.B. Productions along with a top notch line up of local musicians will host the first of a four concert More...

The Pacifier offers laughs, action

news@gulfbreezenews.com The Pacifier is not as soothing as the name may suggest. Everyone, from the school principal to the Firefly troop to the Korean neighbors, knows some form of hand-to-hand combat. More...

Kenny Rogers concert to benefit

Rebuild

The Gambler will be coming to town to help rebuild the area as Keny Rogers will be live in concert at the Pensacola Civic Center April 17. More...

Faith

Bishop Ricard to lead the way for GB Palm Sunday Procession

The Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee, Most Reverend John H. Ricard, S. S. J. will lead a Way of the Cross, Palm Sunday Procession in Gulf Breeze on Sunday, March 20. More...

Parenting program offered for parents of middle school students

St. Ann Parish in Gulf Breeze is offering a parenting program called Real Love and Real Life Friday and Saturday, April 14 and April 15. More...

Calendar of Events

Friday, March 18 Panhandle Tiger Bay Club

The Panhandle Tiger Bay Club will welcome Weather Channel meteorologist and personality Mike Bettes as the speaker for their Noon Luncheon Meeting at New World Landing, Pensacola. Non-members are invited, but reservations are required. More...

Business

Gulf Breeze to host premiere leadership development seminar for NW Florida

Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church will offer a premiere leadership development experience for business leaders in Northwest Florida on April 29. More...

Safe Harbor Women’s Center sets annual banquet

The 8th Annual Fundraising Banquet for Safe Harbor Women%27s Resource Center will be held on Thursday, March 31 at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church%27s banquet facility, Chipley Hall. More...

UWF offers steps to starting a business

The University of West Florida Small Business Development Center (401 E. Chase Street, Suite 100, Pensacola) will presenting More...

Opinion

Maritime park is a good idea

From the Editor

The latest community issue across the bay in Pensacola involves two of my passions: baseball and community parks. More...

Bridges taking a toll on area

As I recently have had opportunities to travel to the Tampa -St Petersburg area I had to marvel of the magnitude and magnificence of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay as it goes out to the Gulf Of Mexico. More...

The Democratic donkey drives a battered wreck of Social Security...

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