November 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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OBE students send letters to former classmates

Last Friday, two classes at Oriole Beach Elementary School sent letters and items of encouragement to two former evacuee students who attended the classes at the school after taking refuge from Katrina. The More...

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Community

Caring and Sharing holds drive at GB, Navarre post offices

If you can spare it, put some food in your mailbox tonight for Caring and Sharing More...

Mediacom unites family, deployed military

During the week prior to Thanksgiving, Mediacom will partner with local military to provide complimentary phone services for families and service men and women. More...

Thackeray to be Midway FD’s new chair

Midway Fire Department recently announced its new board members at their commissioners meeting on Nov. 8. Former chairman Bob Murphy stepped down to commissioner status and as Buck Thackeray assumed the reigns as chair. More...

Entertainment

Downtown Pensacola celebrates ‘Light Up the Night’ Gallery Night

Event is tomorrow night More...

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS

Pensacola Museum of Art presents Gallery Night More...

Today 11/17 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

School

The 2005-06 SoundWave Band seniors

Photo courtesy of Stone More...

School Briefs

When the Hurricane Blew available at Innerlight in Gulf Breeze, Barnes and Noble in Pensacola More...

Gulf Breeze High’s Realing awarded grant

The Santa Rosa Educational Foundation has awarded a TeacherGrant to Grace Realing of Gulf Breeze High School. Ms. Realing request the grant for a project entitled More...

Seniors

Senior Scene

Seniors grace calendar for Coucil on Aging

The Council on Aging More...

The holiday gift of care benefits seniors year-round

Most senior citizens already have access to the material possessions they need, such as clothing, bath towels, bedding and small kitchen appliances. More...

Home & Garden

Welcome to the Stone Age. Forget about quarryman Fred Flintstone and think air-chiseled slabs of bluestone and modern outdoor kitchens sheathed in rose, peach and buckskin-hued Arizona flagstone. More...

Some November gardening tips

Our Gulf Coast weather allows for year round gardening. There is always something to do in the landscape or garden, even during cooler weather. 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...

Feds. to widen portions of Hwy. 98

The Florida Alabama Transportation Planning Organization has many projects in the works for Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, and Milton. The TPO plans to widen sections of Via De Luna Drive to four lanes, widen U.S. More...

Navarre park will feature ‘splash pad’

At last week More...

Local woman competes in Hawaii’s ‘Ironman’

June McLain is not your average athlete. This year, after a rigorous season of training, the Navarre resident went to Hawaii to compete in Ironman Kona, the largest and most elite triathlon in the United States. More...

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Island News

Clarion one step closer to rezoning victory

The Sun Ray Village Owners More...

Bubba’s Beach

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Consensus sought on lease extensions

There is a an old German proverb that says, More...

News

Cervantes St. bridge re-opens today

The Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce will host a grand reopening and ribbon cutting ceremony on the east end of the Cervantes Street Bridge on Nov. 17, at 11 a.m. More...

Mardi Gras Parade to commence rain or shine

Pensacola Mardi Gras, Inc. announces the annual return of Pensacola More...

NFIB reporting less in health care benefits

A survey released today by the National Federation of Independent Business, Florida%27s leading small-business advocacy group serving 15,000 members, found that 69 percent of NFIB/Florida respondents said they currently provide health benefits, down More...

Sports

Lady Dolphins 17th at state

The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphins avenged last week More...

Girl golfers take 11th at state

The Gulf Breeze girls golf team equalled their effort of two years ago, finishing 11th at the 1A state meet Nov. 8-9 in Port St. Lucie. More...

Girls soccer third at Chiles Tourney

Lady Dolphins go 4-vs. 2005 playoff opponents to open season

The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin soccer team scored two goals off corner kicks to beat Palm Coast 3-0 in the third place game of the Chiles Tournament last weekend in Tallahassee. More...

Health

Research finds walking significantly benefits health

Thirty minutes of brisk walking a day is a step in the right direction toward improved heart health, according to a University of Florida study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. More...

OBITUARIES

BANISTER Sara Banister of Gulf Breeze, FL passed away Saturday, November 12 at the age of 76. Visitation for Sara was Tuesday, November 15 at 1 p.m. with graveside service at Rose Lawn Cemetery at 2 p.m. More...

Opinion

Word from Washington

Spending currently grows at rate of six percent per year

As a taxpayer, I want to assure you that Republicans are doing everything we can to reduce wasteful spending. This week the House is considering the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. More...

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

Do you think the holidays have come too early this year? More...

WSRE Wine and Food Classic a big success

On behalf of Sandy Cesaretti Ray, the WSRE Board of Directors and the WSRE staff, we thank you for your participation as a sponsor in the 17th Annual WSRE Wine & Food Classic, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005. Thanks to people like you this year More...