October 12, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Bridge runners get new route

Participants in the area's Double Bridge Run, scheduled for Feb. 3, 2007, will have an easier time coasting through the Gulf Breeze leg. Gulf Breeze City Council approved on Oct. More...

Henderson, Schluter vie for city council seat

Joseph "Joe" Henderson, have begun putting up signage around the city after paying their ten percent of annual council salary, More...

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Community

Area Democrats hold rally

On Saturday, September 30, the Santa Rosa County Democratic Party sponsored a Fall Political Rally at the County Auditorium in Milton. Approximately 150 Santa Rosa Democrats enjoyed a barbecue dinner and political speeches. More...

Local fire departments sponsor fire prevention week

Only you can prevent kitchen fires when you watch what you heat. More...

U.S.C.G. Auxiliary conducts boating safety course

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 1-7 of Pensacola will teach America's Boating Course on Saturday October 14 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Boat U.S. 3810 Barrancas Ave. More...

School

One scoop or two?

One scoop or two? Members of the Gulf Breeze High SoundWave band were at Hershey's Ice Cream recently as part of a fundraiser for their trip to the Orange Bowl. More...

Help Blue and Gold make Orange (Bowl)

The Gulf Breeze High SoundWave band is trying to raise $156,000 to perform at the 2007 Orange Bowl. More...

Got slime? WBMS students do

Teachers, administrators get slimed as fundraiser reward; school sells $21,000 in coupon books

Students at Woodlawn Beach Middle School recently got to 'slime' teachers and administrators for their selling of Gulf Coast Coupon Books. More...

Sports

Dolphins lose another close one

Milton edges GBHS 21-14, Dolphins fall to 1-5 on season

The Gulf Breeze Dolphins got some clutch defensive plays and two touchdown passes from Brad McGuire - and it still wasn't enough. More...

Opponents one day, teammates the next

Fourteen GBHS soccer players square off in U-18 final of Blue Angel Classic

The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin soccer team began preparation for the 2006-07 season on Monday. But less than 24 hours before, GBHS players were on opposite sides of the pitch in the final of the U- 18 division of the Blue Angel Classic in Pensacola. More...

Bad behavior on the field should mean stiffer penalties

From Out of Left Field

What happens when sports stars make bad decisions? More...

Opinion

Problems still plague insurance

Property Insurance continues to be a major concern here in Pensacola and throughout all of Florida. More...

VIEWPOINT

Banning the Bible in the Lunchroom

Thirteen-year-old Amber Mangum lives with her grandmother Maryann, who adopted Amber and her sister Ashley. More...

On the Spot:

What are your thoughts on Wal-Mart's reduced price prescription drugs?

"I think it's great. A lot of people would benefit from that. I understand they're pretty expensive at other places so if they are offering them at a reduced rate it will benefit a lot of people." -Stephen Stokes Gulf Breeze More...

Residents say 'no' to city sewer

Only one in five residents offered a public sewer system expressed initial interest in the project at a recent community meeting. More...

Exxon to reopen without service bays

The Exxon station adjacent to Bruno's on Gulf Breeze Parkway is closed again, but will reopen by the first of the year the owner said. More...

Henderson, Schluter vie for city council seat

As Gulf Breeze City Council member Rick Outzen Jr. decides to end his 14-year tenure with the city, two men have stepped up and More...

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Island News

SRIA revisits past visioning studies

Over the years, many different planning experts surveyed Pensacola Beach and made recommendations about what the beach needs to do to best utilize the land and optimize the area's beauty. More...

Smiling comebacks

that my friend Buster had ordered. It was a porterhouse that covered the entire plate. More...

A walk in the park

Coastal Encounters part of Santa Rosa fall program

The Coastal Encounters Festival at the Navarre Nature Walk Park is planned for Saturday, Oct. 21 at the Navarre Nature Walk Park, 8543 Navarre Pkwy. (near the Butterfly House) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Entertainment

Blues on the Beach features sizzling sounds of 'After Hours'

Fans of vocalist Debi Trollinger and her band After Hours can look forward to another sizzling performance at Blues on the Beach from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the Gulfside Pavilion. More...

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS

Jazz Gumbo to feature Kitt Lough

The Jazz Society of Pensacola's Jazz Gumbo will feature popular singer Kitt Lough with keyboardist David Shelander and other musicians forming a mini-big band. Lough performed in both the 2005 and 2006 JazzFests. More...

'Black Dahlia' no 'big sleep'

"The Black Dahlia" Running time: 119 minutes MPAA rating: R

On the morning of Jan. 15, 1947, a woman walking by an empty lot discovers the mutilated corpse of wannabe actress Elizabeth Short. More...

Calendar of Events

Today, Oct. 12 Santa Rosa County Commission Regular Meeting, More...

Seniors

Single - good when you're young, not so in later years

Senior Scene

When I called the Pensacola Little Theatre box office to confirm my reservations for this season's Mainstage Theatre Productions, the call-taker asked, "This is for a single seat, isn't it?" Then I realized what a lonely sound that word "single" has. More...

Health

Dear Doctor

Plastic surgery is affordable

Dear Dr. McCollough: I desperately want to have a More...

HEALTH BRIEFS

Gulf Breeze Relay for Life 'Team-AThon' announced: 'P.J.'s For Relay!'

Gulf Breeze Relay for Life recently announced the theme for "Team-A-Thon," scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 24 at the Breezeway Café located inside Gulf Breeze Hospital, 1110 Gulf Breeze Pkwy. Social hour begins at 5 p.m. More...

Legals

Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office Report

Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office.

FELONIES 10/2/06 Liess, Carol Marie, 47, W/F, 1900 block of Church Street, Gulf Breeze, fugitive from justice More...

LEGALS

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MORRIS C OR MARY F WARD holder of the following Tax Sale Certificate has filed said Tax Certificate for the Tax Deed to be issued thereon. More...