July 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Hurricanes take toll on natural habitat

When high winds blew down trees and thinned limbs, many of the small creatures lost their habitats. More...

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Community

Optimists donate locally made quilts to sick kids

On Friday, June 17, the Gulf Breeze Optimist Club was the recipient of eight quilts, a fleece blanket and two crocheted afghans. The Club conated these items to Camp Boggy Creek in Eustis, Fla. More...

GB Rotary announces new board

Outgoing President Jerry Blacklaw welcomed 140 Rotarians and guests to the Rotary Club of Gulf Breeze Change of Command Tuesday evening, June 21at New World Landing. Incoming board members for the 2005-2006 Rotary year are: More...

National Seashore needs volunteers

Gulf Islands National Seashore Superintendent Jerry Eubanks announced today that the Seashore is recruiting volunteers to assist with operating the Fort Pickens and Fort Barrancas Visitor Centers. More...

Entertainment

It’s Jazz Nite at Olde Seville Square

Immerse yourself in an evening filled with jazz sounds from the South from 7 More...

Expo Latino July 16 in Pensacola

Expo Latino is the first Hispanic event of its kind in Pensacola, and the goal is to exhibit the economic impact of the local Hispanic community and open lines of communication between English and Spanish speaking markets. More...

Diamond Divas to perform Saturday

Pensacola Sound Chorus will present More...

School

OBE first grade teacher throws students a Moon Party

Party culminates students

For many students, graduation or walking out of school on the last day before summer vacation may be the most exciting event at the end of the school year, but not so for Mary McMahon More...

OBES honors one of its own

Forty-one pints of blood, $260 raised for NW Florida Blood Center

The Blood Drive held at Oriole Beach Elementary on May 27 to honor second grade teacher, Deborah Larson, who was diagnosed recently with cancer, was a wonderful success. More...

Calendar of Events

PUBLLIIC MEETTIINGS

Gulf Breeze City Council All City of Gulf Breeze Council Meetings and other city department meetings are held in the City Hall Council Chambers, 1070 Shoreline Drive in Gulf Breeze at 6:30 p.m., unless otherwise indicated. (850) 9345100. More...

Opinion

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

“Mail in ... and I’ll vote wet.” Gregory Shaw Gulf Breeze More...

Mail-in ballots will leave a paper trail in wet/dry issue

Regarding the upcoming referendum on the alcohol issue in Santa Rosa County, no matter which side of the issue you are on, a mail ballot makes sense. A mail ballot creates a very important paper trail. More...

Not Again

Residents reeling from hurricane

It seemed unbelievable that another hurricane could take aim on our area again. More...

Pro-wet group almost ready to present petitions

The group pushing for a referendum on the wet dry issue, G.O.L.E., reports that it is ready to present its petitions to the Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners. More...

This month, new traffic rules are in effect

Wendell Hall, Sheriff of Santa Rosa County, is warning the motorists driving in Santa Rosa County that the Sheriff More...

Det. Blow practices pro-active policing

Those who live in the Midway area and have dealt with law enforcement regarding stolen property may know P.K. Blow. He is a familiar face in the area, presently serving as the Santa Rosa County Sheriff More...

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Island News

SRIA to adopt state’s flag warning system

In 2002 the Florida legislature mandated the development of a uniform beach safety program statewide because the More...

Even hurricanes are part of God’s predictable world

Casting Nets We live in a wonderfully, predictable world. I More...

Notes from Bubba’s Beach

How can you tell if you live in the Pensacola area?

Several people have sent me emails and told me examples recently of More...

News

Santa Rosa County TDC receives hurricane impact marketing grant

VISIT FLORIDA, the state More...

4 teens arrested in burglaries

It was a busy week for Detectives P.K. Blow of District One and Robert Arthur of District Two of the Santa Rosa Sheriff More...

Citizens Insurance says its ready to handle claims from Hurricane Dennis

TALLAHASSEE More...

Sports

Reichert named new boys basketball coach

When Eric Reichert arrived at Gulf Breeze High last season as an assistant varsity boys basketball coach, initial fears that he wouldn More...

Lady Dolphin soccer team takes second at Disney Tournament

Seventeen high school players, U14 Bayside Storm competed in 6v6 tourney

Members of the Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin soccer team, as well as the Bayside U-13 Storm, recently competed in the Disney Six N More...

Sports Briefs

GBSA Soccer, Football signups still being accepted More...

Health

Sports medicine seminar Saturday

Dr. Joshua Hackel, primary care sports medicine physician at the Andrews Institute, will give a presentation on the future of sports medicine and orthopaedic surgery on Saturday, July 16, at 10:30 a.m. More...

Legals

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners proposes to change the use of land within the areas shown in the maps in this advertisement. More...

E G A L S

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CLERFE & IMOGENE SONNIER AS TRST OF THE CLERFE SONNIER RTA holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon More...