November 3, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Realtors serve barbecue to Katrina victims

Many residents of northwest Florida are uncomfortably familiar with the ravenous power of nature. Most have seen the twisted street signs, uprooted oak trees, and half collapsed buildings first-hand in all communities. More...

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Community

GBHS JROTC sponsors successful Invitational Drill Meet

Gulf Breeze High School students hosted 17 teams of Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) cadets at the Dolphin Invitational last weekend. More...

Relay for Life warms up for April walk

Relay for Life Gulf Breeze recently kicked off its initial part of the season by hosting its "Team-A-Thon" at the Renfroe Center of First Baptist Church. More...

Students learn pedestrian safety

With the help of the Santa Rosa Community Traffic Safety Team and the Florida Department of Transportation, Gulf Breeze Elementary School students were greeted by local officials and law enforcement when the arrived bright and early to school Thursda More...

News

Trader Jon’s memorabilia lives on

Retired Vice Admiral Jack Fetterman announced today that the Pensacola law firm of Aylstock, Witkin & Sasser has purchased and donated the entire collection of Trader Jon More...

Shop offers new way to doodle

Made by women, packaged by women, and sold by a woman! Doodles Direct is a stationary company that is not only run by women, but the product that they offer is made, packaged and sold by women as well. More...

Non-surgical ways to tighten loose skin

Is the skin a little loose around your eyes and on your face or neck? How about your upper arms and inner thighs? Is your tummy skin stretched just enough to sag? More...

Sports

Missed chances, controversial call cost Dolphins playoff berth

PHS scores four TDs on third or fourth down in 35-28 win

Moments of drama in football history are so unforgetable that they More...

The waiting

Michala Nowak waits for the start of the 500 yard freestyle during the recent district meet at The Club. More...

We made it!

Members of the Dolphin cross country team react as Florida High More...

Home & Garden

Fashionable light fixtures for walls available in more styles and prices than ever before

On occasion, Jim Ashjian of James Ashjian Lighting & Home in Fresno, More...

Brown patch disease can be commonplace in the fall

After a busy season of fighting weeds and other problems in the lawn, the next disorder to look for will be a common fungal disease called brown patch. More...

Legals

LEGALS

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...

Sharing the wealth:

GB Middle School Library helps fill the gaps in Katrina relief

American statesman Daniel Webster once said, More...

Schools complete improvement plans

Recently, the schools of Santa Rosa County completed their individual School Improvement Plans which are plans submitted to grade level directors for input and peer review using the state More...

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Island News

Off-season scales back lifeguards

From a total of 26 seasonal and 8 relief Lifeguards to patrol Pensacola Beach during the peak season (March 1 through October 17), operations have scaled back during the winter months to two Lifeguards, patrolling in the Pete Moore Chevrolet donated More...

Notes from Bubba’s Beach

The Good Old Days

As I sit on my favorite sand dune and ponder what More...

Pensacola Beach Yacht Club hosts U.S. Multihull championship

Pensacola Beach Yacht Club (PBYC) will host the United States Multihull Championship for the Hobie Alter Cup in March 2006. But you don More...

Entertainment

Belmont to Host ‘Artist Talk’

On Wednesday, Nov. 2, the Belmont Arts Center will host an More...

Today 11/3 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

School

GBHS grad crowned Mr. UWF

Aaron David Epstein, a local 2003 graduate from Gulf Breeze High School, was selected as the 2005-06 Mr. University of West Florida. The selection was announced at half time of the Homecoming soccer game October 14. More...

Gulf Breeze Middle releases first nine-weeks Honor Roll

Mrs. Jenny Granse, Principal of Gulf Breeze Middle School, congratulates the following students for making the first nine-week Honor Roll. More...

Gulf Breeze Elementary releases first nine-weeks Honor Roll

Mrs. Karen Murray, principal and the faculty and staff at Gulf Breeze Elementary School wishes to congratulate the following students on achieving the A or A/B Honor Roll for the 1ST Nine Weeks of the 2005-06 Blue Ribbon school year. More...

Faith

Parents learn important lessons from offspring

There comes a season in the life of a family when children may give their parents more new lessons and experiences than their parents are giving their offspring. Very often it occurs as the children reach young adulthood. More...

FAITH BRIEFS

Preschool hosting Marketplace The Children More...

Calendar of Events

PUBLIIC MEETIINGS Gulf Breeze City Council 1070 Shoreline Drive ,Gulf Breeze More...

Health

Blocking enzyme helps fat burning hormone fight obesity

Blocking an enzyme that prevents a fat-burning hormone from doing its job in people who are overweight could lead to a new way to treat obesity, University of Florida researchers have found. More...

Sacred Heart presents seminar

Dr. Corey J. Wolff, a board certified pediatrician, will speak on diagnosis and management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at a free seminar for the community on Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. More...

Opinion

Publishers’ Pen

Truth from the mouth of babes

I attended an inspirational event last month at Flounders when Shelley Mann More...

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

By B. J. Davis More...

Commissioner’s Report

Commissioners discuss roadways

. Thursday, Oct. 27th, the Board of County Commissioners voted on whether to set a date for a public hearing on a proposed ordinance which would impose impact fees on new construction to pay for increased capacity on county roadways. More...