December 15, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Gulf Breeze Holiday Parade

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Community

As children are adding toys, bicylces and puppies to their Christmas lists this holiday season, many local students are asking for something special: their two front teeth.

Gulf Breeze Elementary School Pensacola Beach Elementary More...

Local evacuee artist discusses loss

through the Gulf Coast over the past couple of years, people have had to do a lot of reprioritizing. More...

Rotary names Principal Fitch ‘Citizen of the Year’

Gulf Breeze Rotary presented Cherry Fitch with its annual designation of More...

Entertainment

Celebrate the New Year with the PSO

Join the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra for an evening of New Year More...

Today 12/15 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

School

From high in the sky

In celebration of GBE's national recognition as a Blue Ribbon School, the entire student body filled Dolphin Stadium to create a banner proclaiming the achievement. More...

Seal, Hardee named GBHS Teacher, Non-Instructional Employee of the Year

Though only her third year at Gulf Breeze High, Mrs. Seal has been elected Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Hardee, who has been with Gulf Breeze for ten years, was elected the NonInstructional Employee of the Year. More...

Oriole Beach Elementary holds second annual Holiday Extravaganza

The Oriole Beach Elementary School More...

Calendar of Events

Today, Dec. 15 Santa Rosa County Library Advisory Committee More...

Home & Garden

Elite Repeats means style and accessories

Elite Repeats, the women More...

Jewelers Trade Shop dazzles Pensacola with new store

Move over Fifth Avenue: Jewelers Trade Shop has everything a girl could want , all under one roof. More...

special holiday secrets hosting party 10 stress-free to a but

Creating meaningful memories doesn

1. Make a list Perhaps the ultimate way to create a stress-free holiday is to live by a list. Plan ahead, do as much ahead of time as possible, and don More...

Legals

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS CITY OF GULF BREEZE The City of Gulf Breeze wishes to receive from persons or consulting firms qualifications to serve as planners/advisors to the City with regard to the Community Redevelopment Agency Master Plan. More...

Bike stolen from carport

Residents of Gulf Breeze normally go to sleep each night knowing they live in a community that is virtually free from crime, just as it has been the entire time they More...

The Power of love...

Gulf Power employees purchase over $50,000 worth of toys, clothes and bicycles

The need for giving is greater than ever this year, and Gulf Power employees have come through to help make Christmas morning a special event for thousands of children in the area. More...

Natural gas surcharges lowered

Gulf Breeze City Council voted on Dec. 14 to lower the surcharge associated with natural gas fees. The approval for the reduction in November More...

Rodents taking residence in GB homes

Along with dolphins, sea turtles and other marine life that the people of Gulf Breeze are so fond of, some residents may find themselves encountering other animals that they aren More...

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Island News

Locals, tourists find refuge on new beach website

There is no doubt that there has been a sense of community as Pensacola Beach residents rebuild after the last two years of damaging hurricane seasons. More...

Bubba’s Beach

Trophy wife

My wife, More...

Pensacola Beach Optimist discusses holidays, PBES

The featured speaker at last week More...

News

Gulf Breeze News gives GBHS paper layout tips

David Cole, graphic artist for The Gulf Breeze News, shared his insight and experience with Gulf Breeze High School Blue and Gold newspaper students as they strive to remain a competitive scholastic publication. More...

Trespasser showers in unoccupied condo

On December 3, Gulf Breeze Police responded to a call at Sunchase Condominiums for a report of trespassing. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

FELONIES 12/09/05 Nichols, Christopher Nelson, W/M, 26, 6700 block of Betty Ln., Navarre, violation or probation or community control More...

Sports

Lady Dolphins beat La. state champs

Academy of Sacred Heart pulls out last second draw Friday before losing 2-0 Saturday

Hurricane Katrina prevented the Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin soccer team from making a scheduled trip to New Orleans last weekend for a pair of matches. So instead, one of More...

Sports Schedule

Dec. 16 WR at Bull Dawg Classic Crestview, 1:30 p.m. Girls BKB vs. Gulf Shores at Rec Center (JV 3:30 p.m., Var. 6:30) Boys BKB vs. Gulf Shores at Rec Center (JV 5 p.m., Var. 8) Girls S vs. Fort Walton Beach (JV 5 p.m., Var. 7) 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

How things change during the holidays

Christmas are an entire month apart, we had hardly enough time to down the turkey before the Christmas frenzy began. On Thanksgiving Day in my neighborhood, a large number of families were already outdoors putting up their decorations. More...

St. Ann aids church in Biloxi

Volunteers from St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze and Our Lady of the Assumption on Pensacola Beach recently completed a second work trip to Biloxi, Miss., to help St. Michael Catholic Church, which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. More...

Opinion

On the Spot:

WHERE WE PUT PEOPLE

"I think it's exciting. It's been a long time coming. Now people don't have to drive across a bridge." -Scott Klemm Pensacola More...

Commissioner’s Report

Legislative session held Dec. 14

Christina and I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday season. Although our area has been heavily impacted over the last year by Mother Nature More...

Publishers’ Pen

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