March 2, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Schools honor employee of the year honorees

Southern Management, the custodial service employed by the Santa Rosa School District, gave its custodial quarterly report at last Thursday More...

NW Florida to receive environmental protection

Northwest Florida may get additional environmental protection over the next few years, joining the rest of Florida in a statewide program that has been in place since 1995. More...

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Island News

Bubba’s Beach

The way I see it

Life is always the way you see it. There is no other way to view it. You can say that you More...

Good Times Timesrollroll

on Pensacola Beach The sun and the crowds came out Sunday for the return of the Krewe of Wrecks Mardi Gras parade on Pensacola Beach. More...

PBES selling sea oats as school fundraiser

Lifeguard stands sit in Casino Beach parking lot, ready to be placed on the beaches in advance of Spring Break. More...

School

Gulf Breeze High, Woodlawn Beach Middle students excel at Santa Rosa Youth Arts Festival

Hundreds of Santa Rosa County School District students, parents, grandparents and friends visited the Pensacola Junior College Milton Campus during the 22nd Santa Rosa Celebrates The Arts Youth Arts Festival February 17-18. More...

Submitted Photo Got tabs? Tiffany Grigsby, a seventh grader at Gulf Breeze Middle School, brought in 7,233 can tabs (counted and tied in groups of 25) to help the Ronald McDonald House Foundation. More...

Student authors and ‘Rex’ visit state capitol

A year later, GBES teacher Shelley Mann and her More...

Calendar of Events

Today, Mar. 2 No meetings scheduled as of press time More...

Seniors

Senior Scene

Selling cookies gives Girl Scouts life lessons

As a former Girl Scout leader, I know this the time of the year that strikes terror into the hearts of scout leaders everywhere: it More...

Opinion

On the Spot:

“Nothing, I’m Presbyterian.” -Shaner Garner Pensacola More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Students break for Spring

With Mardi Gras gone, locals can rest assured that this means is the opening of tourist season, which a more politically correct term would be Spring Break. More...

Full Story

Ala. company solicits banned signs in City

Despite a moratorium placed on all electronic reader boards within Gulf Breeze city limits, a Dothan, Ala. company has sent letters to area businesses telling local business owners the City has approved these signs. More...

County eyes traffic light at Tiger Pt., Greenbriar

The Santa Rosa County Commissioners would like to see the Tiger Point area get a new traffic light, and coordinate many other traffic lights along 98. On Thursday, Feb. More...

Drug dog joins GBHS

Paul Stefon/Gulf Breeze News Gulf Breeze High School Resource Officer Mark Lyster poses with More...

 

Community

County transportation meetings scheduled

Santa Rosa County Board of Commissioners invite the public to two important transportation meetings scheduled for the month of March. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office.

FELONIES 02/20/06 Fortes, Elvis Aldiveto-DIas, 21, B/M, 2100 block of Frontera Street, Navarre, battery, robbery, possession of marijuana, burglary More...

Booths going fast for GB Marketplace

Make plans to attend the 17th Annual Gulf Breeze Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored MarketPlace Business and Family Expo. The Expo will be held at the South Santa Rosa Recreation Center, 800 Shoreline Drive on Saturday, April 1st from 9 a.m. More...

Entertainment

Freckman, Chinery have opening with ‘New Beginnings’

Last July, two Santa Rosa residents, Deb Chinery and Donna Freckmann, planned to have an art opening until Hurricane Dennis decided to come to town. More...

Today 3/2 The Break For live entertainment calendar check out www.breakbeachbar.com, 65 Via de Luna, Pensacola Beach, 932-0864 More...

Sports

Run for the World boasts record turnout

The threat of rain didn More...

Track teams open season

The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin track team lost a close meet against Pensacola Christian in their season opener Feb. 22 in Gulf Breeze. More...

Sports Schedule

March 2 TN vs Walton, 3 p.m. SB vs.Washington, JV 4 More...

Obituaries

OBITUARIES

DUNCAN Donna Lou Corr Duncan, age 72, passed away Sunday, February 12, 2006, in a local hospital of natural causes. She was a member of the Gulf Breeze Methodist Church. Mrs. More...

Home & Garden

Beautiful new flooring is the foundation for style and elegance

If you More...

Adding a pool is like creating a lifelong vacation retreat

How about turning your back yard into a vacation paradise at home? More...

dishwashers Not the same old

dishwashers Convenience, looks and separate cycles are among new features

A s you unload the dishwasher, the glass cups in your hands seem a little cloudy. Maybe you didn More...