September 29, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

GB Natual Gas opens new line

The City of Gulf Breeze now has second line of natural gas coming from neighboring Okaloosa Gas. On Friday, Sept. More...

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Island News

What is the future of Pensacola Beach?

Redefine Committee tackles density issue again

Last Monday More...

Notes from Bubba’s Beach

Football Season Well, it%27s football season. Something to take our minds off hurricanes. I%27m a lucky man, I married a jock. More...

New leaders toasted by Pensacola Beach Optimists

Nearly one-hundred members and guests of the Pensacola Beach Optimist Club (PBOC) were on hand at Bon Appetit Restaurant in Gulf Breeze Friday night to celebrate the initiation of the new 2005-2006 Executive Board and Board of Directors. More...

News

GULF BREEZE POLICE REPORT

Man looks for place to sleep on neighborhood roof On Sept. 23, a resident of the Chanteclaire subdivision heard a loud thud on her roof and what sounded like footsteps across the roof. More...

Sports

GBHS 2, Catholic 0

Dolphins record eight sacks in 33-20 win Hurd, Ganus rush for more than 100 yards

Suffice it to say, the Gulf Breeze Dolphins were a little excited about the prospect of getting their first victory of the season against their archrivals perhaps, a bit too excited. More...

Sports Schedule

Sept. 29 Girls G vs. Navarre at Hidden Creek, 3 p.m. VB vs. Navarre at Rec Center (9th grade 4 p.m., JV 5, Var. 6) JV, 9th grade FB at Pine Forest, 5:30/7 p.m. More...

Sports Briefs

Dolphin Stadium reserve seats still on sale The Gulf Breeze Quarterback Club is still selling reserve back seats for the rest of the 2005 season. More...

Faith

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church’s ‘Oktoberfest 2005’

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 4257 Gulf Breeze Pkwy., will host their 16th Annual Oktoberfest More...

St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church’s ‘Blessing of the Animals”

Father Al Pruitt and the parishioners of St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church take this opportunity to invite both Episcopalian and nonEpiscopalian friends to the annual More...

OBITUARIES

Arthur W. Grimes, 82, of Navarre, passed away at a local healthcare facility on Sept. 24. He formally resided in Wayne, NJ. He was employed by New Jersey Transit for 44 years. He served in World War II in the China-BurmaIndia theatre of operations. More...

Health

Healthy Knees

Partial knee replacement less painful option

The 1st 4 articles (beginning in May) have discussed knee problems and their solutions for middle aged and older people who want to maintain or increase their comfortable activity level for fitness, recreation, travel, or just plain activities of dai More...

1,000 flood buckets to Miss.

Dozen of vehicles lined Fairpoint Dr. on Friday, Sept. 23 in front of Gulf Breeze Fire Department. More...

Legals

L E G A L

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

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

this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as follows: More...

NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners will conduct hearings to consider an administrative rezoning of land areas depicted on the map within advertisement. More...

Property taxes rise

Midway, Tiger Point and city property owners will see an increase in property taxes in 2006 though most millage rates will not increase. More...

2nd nod for GBHS’s Fitch

For the second time since her beginning her reign as Gulf Breeze High School principal in 1997, Cherry Fitch has been nominated for Principal of the Year. More...

‘Project Recovery’ addresses setbacks to recovery after Ivan

The Community Drug and Alcohol Council has a new hurricane recovery program called More...

 

Community

Beaches to Woodlands events begin Oct. 1

Monthlong events spotlight Santa Rosa County

Discover Santa Rosa County every weekend during October on the 2005 Beaches to Woodlands Tour! More...

Baby of the Week

Davis Allen Bare, eight months old, getting ready to go to the GB Chamber Auction More...

Donate to ‘Shoes That Fit’ and help needy children attend school

Sherlyn Waghalter, broker at the RE/MAX on the Coast real estate agency, is one of many businesses who are helping students get the shoes they need to attend school. More...

Entertainment

Local actor, techincal director tries producing

Play to focus on 20-30 somethings

Lance Brannon, 32, knows the secret of staging a good fight and he More...

Today 9/29 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

School

Salvation Army's hurricane relief effort receives OBE financial support

School raises $2,200 for Katrina victims

Following Katrina, Oriole Beach Elementary invited students and their families to join the staff in funding hurricane relief efforts through the Salvation Army. More...

Submitted Photo Go Noles! Erin Alfrey and Chris Cantin, both 2005 graduates of Gulf Breeze High School, were all smiles before and after the Seminoles More...

Freshman volleyball team helps raise funds

Agreat big WOWgoes out to the freshman girls volleyball team of Gulf Breeze High for not only starting out the season with a winning streak but still managing to bring in a new sponsor for the year in their spare time! More...

Calendar of Events

PUBLIIC MEETIINGS Gulf Breeze City Council Shoreline Drive ,Gulf Breeze More...

Seniors

Remember your first real date?

Senior Scene

How many firsts in your life do you still remember? Undoubtedly there are some that spring to mind instantly. Your first day of school, your first job, your first formal, or how about your first REAL date? More...

Home & Garden

Has Luxury Homes For Sale

From a glance, many of the homes at Pensacola Beach appear to be either uninhabitable or close to it due to the harsh weather that has honed in on our area in the past year. More...

Opinion

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

What are your thoughts on our area More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Editor

To be meeting-educated, divine In my years of experience in the publishing business, I More...

Word from Washington

Congress has duty to watch spending How soon we forget. A decade ago, the Republicans took control of Congress for the first time in 40 years. Republicans rode a tide of fiscal conservatism and vowed to restore sanity to fiscal spending. More...