May 19, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Permit faux pas teaches lesson

There are lessons to be learned beneath the roof of Cancun More...

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Community

Disaster recovery center in Pensacola closes doors

As a result of decreased volume and people More...

Breezers bike to work, play

Thanks to the League of American Bicyclists, Americans have been commemorating May as National Bike Month for the past 47 years. More...

Gulf Breeze family provides place of hope for greiving parents

Where there is hope, there is healing. No one knows that better than Dennis and Alison Lazear, parents of Lindsey, born stillborn 19 years ago. More...

Entertainment

Seville Quarter concerts make comeback

Evenings in Olde Seville Square will start their 18th season of free concerts with McGuire More...

MAY 20 - 22

Live entertainment on the beach Live entertainment at Paradise Bar and Grill (21 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach): More...

Interpreter kicks off summer blockbusters

Spring is upon us, and even though George Lucas More...

Sports

White team edges Blue in final minute

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin football team employed some new scoring wrinkles to their annual Blue and White Game Friday at Dolphin Stadium. More...

Gulf Breeze to host jamboree Friday

The Gulf Breeze football team will host a three team jamboree Friday against Milton and Pace. More...

Two more Dolphins sign with Mississippi College

Mississippi College More...

Calendar of Events

MAY 22

Indian tribe to sign historic documents The MaChis Lower Creek Indian Tribe of Alabama will hold a meeting Sunday, May 22 at 12 Noon until 6 p.m. More...

Seniors

Seniors group at Asbury Pace gets Mother’s Day surprise

A Mother More...

Florida to take a look at long term care insurance market, host public hearings

The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (Office) has begun a comprehensive analysis of the Long Term Care insurance market. More...

Senior Scene

Warmer temps lead to summer activities

Bette Boyle The weather is now becoming perfect for all outdoor activities, so why not consider treating your husband to a wonderful sail on Pensacola Bay? More...

Opinion

Trees, residents bloom with hope and Spring

Publishers

In my back yard there are three significantly storm-ravaged trees that I am hoping will survive Ivan More...

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

"I think that what's referred to as Gulf Breeze is so spread out, that it would actually help newcomers like myself with directions and such." Jimmy Gilbee Gulf Breeze More...

Citizens Corps can help SR prepare for worst

Sadly, we live in a different world than we did prior to September 11, 2001. More...

Midway, Tiger Point struggle for community identity

Zip Code area of 32563 may begin push to become new municipality

If the Tiger Point/Midway area is to become a municipality or a part of another, then it appears it is on its own. More...

Grant helps city clear Zamarra Canal of debris

 Gulf Breeze City Council prepares for budget meetings, approves Escarosa labor workforce renewal

The Gulf Breeze City Council voted on Monday to award a bid for the cleanup of the Zamarra (Regina) Canal west of Deer Point. More...

The power of prayer

St. Ann priest Father Sean Knox helps leads a prayer session at the National Day of Prayer Service held on the lawn in front of Gulf Breeze City Hall Thursday, May 5. More...

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Island News

Santa Rosa Island Authority revisits residential rebuilding policy

In 1997, in an effort to assist homeowners after Hurricane Opal, the Santa Rosa Island Authority adopted a policy that waived singlefamily residential building time provisions. More...

Beach Elks Lodge to host golf tourney to benefit cancer research, treatment

The Pensacola Beach Elks Lodge No. 497 will sponsor a golf tournament on May 21 at Hidden Creek Golf Course to benefit the American Cancer Society and Covenant Hospice of Pensacola. More...

Pensacola Beach Optimists sponsor oratorical contest for Beach schools

With the 2005 Oratory contest complete, the preliminaries were held in the classrooms of the Pensacola Beach Elementary School, which is using quarters at the Methodist Church in Gulf Breeze. 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...

Gulf Breeze Police Dept. makes drug, domestic violence arrests

Following is criminal activity and arrests from May 9 - May 15, provided by Lt. Rick Hawthorne of the Gulf Breeze Police Department: More...

School

Pensacola Beach Elementary announces third nine-week Honor Roll

A Honor Roll Maddie Mateer Savannah Dunne, Bailey Trzcinski T.J. Baughn, Cullen Bounds, Jack Ettleson, Harley Taylor P.J. More...

OBES annouces third nine-week Honor Roll

Mrs. Sherry Diamond, Principal, Mr. Warren Stevens, Assistant Principal, and the Oriole Beach Elementary Staff congratulate the following students. More...

Drummin’ on a big stage

The GBHS Indoor Drumline recently competed at the Dayton, Ohio to participate the World Championships for percussion at Winter Guard International 2005. Gulf Breeze was one of more than160 other units there in what was their first year participating. More...

Faith

Loveable Lions, Spunky Monkeys graduate from St. Ann pre-school

Twenty-three children at St. Ann Discovery School, endearingly known as the Loveable Lions and Spunky Monkeys, graduated from St. More...

Local church offers grief recovery support group, summer day camp

Stories by the Seashore day camp St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze will host Day Camp in July entitled More...

Sunday brings return of church services to beach

Services at Pensacola Beach Community Church returned to its home ton May 15, although repairs are not yet completed. More...

Home & Garden

St. Augustine becoming popular grass in Pensacola

St. Augustine grass is widely used in Florida and is becoming one of the most popular grasses in our area. It tends to be coarse textured grass that produces a dark green dense turf and is adapted to most soil types. More...

Free diagnostic plant clinic today

Having problems with your lawn or plants? If so, take advantage of a free diagnostic plant clinic offered by the UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County Extension and the Santa Rosa County Master Gardeners. More...

Legals

L E G A L S

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ARCHIE LEE COLLUM ESTATE holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. More...