November 29, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Pet turkey nabbed, killed

There were a select few in the Gulf Breeze community that knew “Tom” the turkey.  The brown and black feathered Eastern Wild Turkey was well known in Brian and Christa Caponi’s family and friends circle.  The two residents More...

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Community

Local Mediacom employees earn awards

Five local Mediacom employees earned top honors in the company’s national awards program that recognizes employees for exceptional customer service. More...

Gulf Breeze FLASHBACKS

Eight years ago  December 2, 2004 GBN   More...

Cole sworn in as new BOCC chairman

At the Nov. More...

News

GB Police looking for park restroom vandal

Information provided by the Gulf Breeze Police Department

Gulf Breeze Police have reported that someone spray painted the bathroom at Shoreline Park this week, and they want to know who.  The culprit entered the restroom between 9 p.m. More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

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

Felonies  11/19/2012  Anderson, Joshua Warren, W/M, 19, 1000 block of Ocean Breeze Lane, Gulf Breeze, burglary, trespassing  11-20-2012  More...

GB, Navarre residents involved in wrecks

A two-car accident tied up traffic for hours on Nov. 13 for those trying to make their way southbound into Gulf Breeze on the Three-Mile Bridge.  More...

Sports

Dolphin soccer 5-0 on season

Gulf Breeze beats Tate, 5-1

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin soccer team scored twice in the first 12 minutes to beat Tate 5-1 on Nov. 19 to improve to 5-0 on the season.  Cesar Suarez knocked a shot off the left post and in to make it 1-0 in the seventh minute. More...

Lady Dolphins rally for 2-1 win over West Florida

Pejic scores game-winner

Scoring game-winning goals is nothing new to junior Alyssa Pejic.  Last year, she scored the gamewinning goal in the state championship game for her school in Ohio. More...

Next up for GB football

While the Dolphin football team’s 2012 season ended in mid- November, preparations are being made behind the scenes to make sure 2013’s season ends in December.  More...

Home & Garden

Across the cultural divide

Villa Venyce couple hosts foreign visitors

Karen and Mike Jurkowich discovered a way to explore the world from the comfort of their own home.  As members of the Gulf Coast Citizens Diplomacy Council, they have met residents of many countries, learned about different cultures, shared meal More...

Local artists hand carve nature, Christmas creations

Local artists Lolly and Phil Sandfort will be exhibiting their amazing hand crafted woodcarvings for one day only, December 1, on 12th Avenue in Pensacola. More...

Photo

Kristyn Sueflow helps pick out a Fraser Fir Christmas tree with her family members. The Optimist Club is selling these Christmas trees alongside the high school ball fields. More...

Gas co. may pay half million fee

The long-standing dispute between Gulf Breeze city-owned Gulf Breeze Natural Gas (GBNG) and City of Pensacola's Energy Services of Pensacola (ESP) appears close to being over. More...

Events

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Island News

PB chamber welcomes new director

On Monday, Nov. More...

Seeing the world through a different pair of eyes

Yesterday, I took my son to the optometrist. It was his first visit and was scheduled because he couldn’t read enough of the letters on the vision test at his regularly scheduled pediatric checkup. More...

Entertainment

Midway and GB fire departments to spread cheer in this year’s annual Santa Run

Santa Claus will be taking time out of his busy schedule to make a special visit to the City of Gulf Breeze and Midway, compliments of the Gulf Breeze and Midway Fire Departments. More...

GBHS students showcase talents on stage

Kaytlyn Carlson, freshman, and Sammy Sontag, sophomore, perform together at Seville Square for the annual Fall Show hosted by Gulf Coast School of Music. More...

Find unique gift ideas at Navarre’s annual Christmas celebration

Navarre's Annual "Christmas in the Park" parade and celebration, sponsored by the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, will be held this Saturday from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. at Navarre Park at the foot of the Navarre Bridge. More...

School

School board discusses online courses

With the per-student funding from the state decreasing drastically this year for Santa Rosa County Schools, School Board Chair Hugh Winkles asked administrators this week if the district is capturing all the perstudent funding possible with their onl More...

Basketball players lend hand

Members of the Gulf Breeze High School basketball team helped unload Fraser Firs for the Gulf Breeze Optimist Club’s annual Christmas Tree Sale. More...

LSU alumni award $5,000 in scholarships to area students

The Panhandle Bayou Bengals, LSU Alumni Chapter- Pensacola, awarded $5,000 in Scholarships in August at their Annual Student Send-off Party.  Sixty five Chapter Members, LSU Students and their families attended the Potluck Dinner which was held More...

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Thursday, November 29 Local Mitigation Meeting, 1:30 p.m., Public Services Conference Room Tuesday, December 4 Commission Special - Economic Development  More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

Full Story

What are we really thankful for?

My family was forever changed this month by the passing of my mother Esther who left us at the age of 84. When I was growing up, we struggled financially like many Americans. More...

ECAT benefit, presumptions and problems

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Wherever we live and whether we drive muscle-cars, beaters or not at all, we all benefit from an ECAT which gets transportation-challenged citizens to and from work and play. More...