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Gulf Coast Friends installs 2005-06 board

Gulf Coast Friends held a luncheon on June 20 for the incoming and outgoing Gulf Coast Friends Board members at Tea Time in Gulf Breeze to exchange their ideas and information for the upcoming year. More...

Sales tax holiday begins Saturday

It More...

Obituary

Michael Cass Rogers Michael Cass Rogers, born December 26, 1959, passed away on July 8, 2005 in Gulf Breeze, Florida. More...

News

Gulf Breeze Hospital building named for inaugural administrator

The Richard C. Fulford Medical Office Building was named to honor Gulf Breeze Hospital More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

District 1 - Gulf Breeze 3098 Gulf Breeze Parkway Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563 (850) 934-4000. provided More...

Anti-vandal cam stolen

A Navarre street man reported that one of his two security cameras he installed to prevent vandalism is missing. He said he last took pictures of his home on Sunday, July 10 at 3:45 p.m. after Hurricane Dennis went through the area. More...

Sports

GB school damage minor, on track to open

Although it may seem that Gulf Breeze Schools dodged a bullet last week from Hurricane Dennis, it doesn More...

Sports Briefs

Today is the final day for Dolphin soccer camp The Gulf Breeze soccer program will hold its annual weeklong Soccer Camp through July 22 at Shoreline Park. More...

Dropping In

Lots of positives in kayak fishing
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Opinion

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Independent repair shops must not

I recently read the opinion article by George Ehrhard that was published on your website. If you don More...

On the Spot:

Where we put people

“I went out of town.” – Max Hannum Gulf Breeze More...

Uninsured Floridians just cannot get a break

Over 18 percent of Floridians do not have health insurance. The uninsured are left with few options when seeking medical care. More...

Area suffers heavy wind damage

The concensus seems to be that whatever Ivan did not trash nearly one year ago, Dennis left its mark upon last week. More...

Many businesses underinsured

Many businesses escaped serious damage from Dennis, but don More...

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Island News

Notes from Bubba’s Beach

Ponderings

As you know by now, I love to ponder. I would rather ponder, than think, because thinking requires a lot more energy and you have to answer questions some of the time. Pondering suits the Bubba Lifestyle much more. More...

Extended closure expected for Ft. Pickens

Due to impassable roads, extended closures are expected for the Fort Pickens and Santa Rosa Areas including Opal Beach, according to Superintendent Jerry Eubanks. More...

Beach targets August 1 to reopen to the public

Pensacola Beach had water, sewer and electricity in the core area by last Saturday, and ongoing hurricane recovery is expected to follow, according to Sandy Johnston, Executive Director of the Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce. More...

School

Local student earns honors at National History Day Contest

After months of intensive research and success at district and state-level competitions Cheree Suttles, a rising junior at Gulf Breeze High School, was the second place winner at the annual National History Day competition, held at the Univ More...

School attire shopping on horizon for many

The school year is quickly approaching and with that comes school shopping. While buying clothes it would be a good idea to keep the dress code in mind. More...

Seniors

NovaCare Rehabilitation has new address, same excellent services

Accept post-storm assistance

NovaCare Rehabilitation, a leading local provider of outpatient physical rehabilitation, recently relocated its Gulf Breeze location from 1108 Gulf Breeze Parkway to 1153 Gulf Breeze Parkway (next to Office Depot). More...

Keen eyes, ears can help prevent theft and fraud of senior citizens

Scam artists often target senior citizens for their trusting nature and honesty. Whether through phone calls or direct mail pieces, senior citizens are one of the most sought-after groups by thieves. More...

Home & Garden

Some tips for repairing a damaged landscape

The forces of nature can be extraordinarily powerful and terribly destructive. More...

Legals

L 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 the More...