December 8, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Exxon station closed until January 2006

The Exxon gas station on Gulf Breeze Parkway next to Bruno More...

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Community

Fishing bridge catches future of becoming reef

Parts of the Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge will be put to good use after all. More...

‘Nutcracker’ showcases handful of Gulf Breeze talent

Even though it may not be as cool outdoors as some would like, the holiday season is undoubtedly on its merry way. The sales materials and advertisements are flying, decorations are going up in everyone More...

Gulf Breeze Hospital Auxiliary tree lighting is Tuesday

The Gulf Breeze Hospital Auxiliary invites you to the Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in front of the main lobby. More...

Entertainment

The Breeze Cinemas 8 to host Narnia contests this Sunday

In conjunction with the opening of the film adaptation of C.S. Lewis More...

Today 12/08 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

About the movie...

C.S. Lewis More...

Sports

GBHS softball program gets early Christmas gift from Optimist Club

Optimists hope other area groups will match their $5,000 donation

It was a gift long in the making from the Gulf Breeze Optimist Club. More...

Sports Schedule

Dec. 8 Boys BKB vs. Pace (9th grade 4:30 p.m., JV 6, Var. 7:30) WR vs. PCA, 6:30 p.m. More...

Sports Briefs

Dolphin Winter Baseball Camp Dec. 20-21 The Gulf Breeze Dolphin baseball team will hold its winter camp for kids ages 7-14 Dec. 20-21 from 8:30-noon at the Dolphin baseball field. More...

Health

Senior Scene

Seniors are an important part of community

When the first Senior Scene appeared in 1988, there was no picture and no name on the column, but it was the only column specifically written for senior citizens and their interests. More...

OBITUARIES

BLAKE Colonel Robert T. "Bob" Blake, United States Army, retired, age 86 of Gulf Breeze, passed away at home on Wednesday, November 30, 2005. More...

Opinion

Word from Washington

Florida missed deal on drilling

Florida missed an exceptional opportunity this month. Florida could have insured that no oil or gas exploration took place within 150 miles of most of its coast or within Eglin Air Force Base More...

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

"White and red lights. Also with ornaments from the past that me and my little sister have collected." Michael Davidson Gulf Breeze More...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

You get what you vote for

A group of 50 concerned citizens from the Santa Rosa South Bay area off Hwy 399 were rather shocked and left dumbfounded on 22 Nov during a special public hearing of the Santa Rosa County Commission. More...

Truck overturns on way to beach

Traffic diverted for hours as crews cleaned up debris

According to Gulf Breeze Police Department, just after noon on Wednesday, Nov. 30, a large truck trailer overturned on the onramp heading towards Pensacola Beach. More...

Hwy. 98 medians to close

Gulf Breeze City Council approved a recommendation by police chief Peter Paulding to hire a consulting engineer to prepare specifications to work on median closings along Hwy. 98 through Gulf Breeze. More...

Events

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Island News

Beach community makes holiday season brighter

It may sound odd, but the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005, in a strange way, have ended up making this holiday season a little brighter for some very special youngsters, thanks to a very caring Pensacola Beach community. More...

Bubba’s Beach

Have a

I, for one, do not believe what the nation is going through with this More...

Pensacola Beach Yacht Club

Julie B. Connerley/Gulf Breeze News PBYC More...

News

Chamber holiday parade rolls Dec. 10

The City of Gulf Breeze Chamber of Commerce proudly announces its annual holiday parade, Saturday, Dec. 10. Line up for participants begins at 9 a.m. and will be on the bus route located behind the schools. More...

Playground used for portable parking

Three years ago, 52 percent of voting citizens in Florida voted to add an amendment to the State of Florida More...

Calendar of Events

Today, Dec. 8 Santa Rosa County Commission Regular Meeting More...

Home & Garden

Get something special at the Emerald Turtle

Across the Bay bridge, four blocks north of Bayfront Parkway at 103 South Alcaniz Street, there is a bright yellow house a gift shop called The Emerald Turtle. More...

Customize your closet and un-clutter your life

As we rebuild or revamp our homes, we are all looking for ways to make the spaces that we have function more effectively. More...

J.W. Renfroe Pecan Co.: de-shelled

Pecans are the only Native American nuts. The Indians harvested pecans during the fall months as an important part of their diet. Pecans grew wild in the river and creek bottoms around the Gulf Coast long before Europeans settled the area. More...

Legals

PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to Florida Statutes 197.3632 (3)(a), Santa Rosa County gives this notice that it intends to utilize the uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments. More...