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Residents and friends enjoy Bay Breeze’s Summer Fling

BY JULIE B. CONNERLEY Gulf Breeze News julie@gulfbreezenews.com

Murray Lucas, 73, joined vocalist/guitarist, Max Soelzer for an impromptu rendition of Hank Cochran More...

Dealing with hurricanes

State Financial Services Office offers tips for insurance customers

The Florida Department of Financial Services is mobilized to assist with insurance and banking questions and concerns. Residents should call our tollfree hotline at 800-22-STORM. More...

Massage business opens in Gulf Breeze

Anew business is open at the Benson Building in Gulf Breeze. More...

Entertainment

SEPTEMBER 1-7

Friday, Sept. 2 The Molly Ringwalds at Seville Quarter, More...

‘Red Eye’ leaves you ragged

Red Eye takes a fear of flying to a whole new level The movie is an action film surrounding a woman threatened with her father More...

Buy your tickets now for next week’s ‘Dolly’ at PLT

Pensacola Little Theatre will open it More...

School

School Briefs

GBHS students wanted for work on literary magazine More...

Open House at GBHS benefits all

Open Houses at high schools serve a much needed purpose for parents, teachers, and students. Gulf Breeze High School had their Open House August 22. More...

Game highlighted on news shows gives school officials concern

The Santa Rosa County School District have word that some students in our middle schools are playing a dangerous game. It can be a deadly game that kids are doing alone or in groups. More...

Faith

Nicole C. Mullen to perform at GRACEFest

Christian music festival is September 16-17

GRACEfest is proud to present Nicole C. Mullen in concert. The Cincinnati, OH native who has 20 Grammy and Dove award nominations to her credit has played all over the world, including Carnegie Hall and the Royal Albert Hall. More...

Unity presents ‘Enrichment Living’ program Sunday

Unity of Gulf Breeze will present guest speaker Lloyd Howell Ph.D. Sunday Sept. 4 to speak about More...

Concert by Mass Choir kicks off GRACEfestivities

Pensacola, FL More...

Health

Secure your home to prevent unintentional childhood deaths

Accidental death in the home remains the most common cause of childhood deaths despite an encouraging decline in recent years. More...

Don’t sweat it:

Tips to avoid dehydration

Don More...

Legals

L E G A L S

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

Surveillance is part of homeland security grant

Cameras monitor Gulf Breeze An estimated 5,000 individuals enter and leave the Gulf Breeze School complex every day. More...

4 month delay for GB gas line installation

If you are planning to install a natural gas line to your property after renovations or while building a new home, plan ahead to ensure a welltimed installation. More...

Events

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Island News

Waves breach Pensacola Beach

Nearly 24 hours before Hurricane Katrina landed, Pensacola Beach residents were fleeing due to flooding and high waves. Though nearly 200 miles from the expected point of impact, the water level had risen and waves were growing by the hour. More...

Notes from Bubba’s Beach

Fun? We are under so much stress with all these hurricanes, we have forgotten how to have fun! More...

Couple shares love, healing with community

Jim Hlubek and Cheri Gaines were wed at Flounder%27s Beach the evening of August 13. The couple had planned to marry later in the year in Las Vegas, but expedited their ceremony and changed the venue to Pensacola Beach More...

Sports

Thank you Wal-Mart for the great pre-planning breakfast

During the first week of school, Wal-Mart brought our school a fabulous breakfast on Thursday, July 28th. More...

Indians rally in fourth to beat GBHS

Choctaw use key third down conversions to win 14-9

The Dolphins had success moving the ball and played well defensively on first and second downs. More...

Sports Schedule

Sept. 1 VB at Washington (9th grade 4 p.m., JV 5, Var. 6) Girls G at Osceola vs. Catholic, West Florida Tech), 3 p.m. JV, 9th grade FB at Pace, 5:30/7 p.m. More...

Seniors

Senior Scene

Photos bring back memories

Like most seniors, I have boxes and drawers full of old photos, some articles that I have written that pleased me, letters from sons overseas in the service, and notes from my husband I kept because they made me smile. More...

PJC offers computer classes for seniors

Seniors, let Pensacola Junior College dispel your fears about using computers. More...

Opinion

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

“My dog Spinney and my husband since he’s the one driving.” -Nancy Douglas Gulf Breeze More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Third time

I More...

Commissioner’s Report

County creating policy for youth athletic volunteers

Your board is in the process of creating a More...