October 17, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

A Dunne deal

GBHS Principal Jason Weeks crowns Sage Dunne during halftime of the Homecoming Game Friday. She was escorted by father Reed Dunne (left) and she succeeds 2012 Queen Rachel Carter. More...

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Community

FLASHBACKS

8 Years agoOctober 13, 2005, GBN More...

St. Francis Festival rescheduled

St. Francis Festival Weekend 2013 revised dates are Oct. 25, 26 and 27 hosted by St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church in Gulf Breeze. The dates were changed because of Karen.  More...

Baby makes debut at Zoo

A new baby has arrived in Gulf Breeze, and she’s already gaining attention from people everywhere.  The baby is no ordinary bundle of joy, it’s a Nile hippopotamus, and the newest addition to the Gulf Breeze Zoo.  More...

News

GBPD implements new programs for public safety

The Gulf Breeze Police Department is expanding its reach within and outside of the City of Gulf Breeze in order to better serve and protect its citizens and visitors.  More...

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

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

Felonies   10/8/2013  Miller, Jeremy Rufus, W/M, 39, 9000 block Deer Ln., Navarre, two counts failure to appear, battery, resisting officer  More...

Gulf Breeze Fire Report

Information provided by Gulf Breeze Fire & Rescue

During the week of October 7 through October 13, the Gulf Breeze Fire and Rescue responded to a total of 19 calls.  Fourteen were medical, one motor vehicle accident, two fire alarms and one mutual aid to Midway. More...

Sports

Mosley wins battle of Dolphins, 13-6

GB held to 46 yards total offense in second half, face top-ranked West Florida Friday

Chris Nemith is taking a page from his bosses’­playbook – although it’s one he wished he didn’t have to.  Citing the GBHS administration’s handling of the no official debacle the previous week, Nemith is­ taking ­fu More...

Dolphin golf team wins district championship

Geraghty low medalist with 70; Dolphins in regionals next week

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin golf team won the District 1- 2A championship Monday at ­Perdido Bay, besting runner up Choctaw by six shots. GBHS finished with a team score of 311, followed by the­ Indians (317) and Fort Walton (333). More...

Gridiron Gurus have mixed results with nailbiters

The Gridiron Gurus had mixed results with a pair of nailbiters from last week.  All six picked up a win­ after Texas A&M slipped out of­Oxford with a win, while­Jennifer ­McCrary was the lone Guru who went with Tom Brady and the­Patriots at More...

Health

Why do some women have mustaches?

TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I watch a lot of TV news. Without naming names, there are two very attractive women reporters, dark-haired, who have prominent mustaches. I find this distracting.  More...

Sacred Heart offers payment plan

Sacred Heart Health System is now offering its patients an interestfree loan program called ClearBalance, giving patients an affordable option to pay their out-of-pocket hospital expenses over an extended period. More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

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Leveling the playing field

Working forests work for our communities and economy.  Most people intuitively recognize that woodlands fill a vast array of needs, from jobs and products to wildlife habitats and water recharge areas. More...

Syria and Iraq chemical weapons swap

Letters to the Editor

Inspectors are reviewing the list of chemical weapons provided by Syria and working on destroying the known chemical stockpiles and equipment.  However, American and Middle East officials said Syria’s elite Unit 450, which runs Assad&rsquo More...

Get ready for delays

Work on Hwy. 98 in Gulf Breeze starts Monday, Oct. 28

The resurfacing of Highway 98 from the Pensacola Bay Bridge to The Gulf Breeze Zoo is going to start sooner than most expected.  More...

Pedestrian struck by car on Hwy. 98

A Gulf Breeze Police Department employee was badly injured after she attempted to cross Highway 98 in the city limits on October 11 and was hit by a vehicle.  The accident caused city police to shut down all westbound traffic on Highway 98 short More...

Thrifty lady leaves $1.5M to charity

A Gulf Breeze woman known for her meager spending had a secret she sprang on several local organizations on Monday. More...

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Island News

10 years of service

Santa Rosa Island Authority’s Public Safety Director Bob West (holding the framed citation) was honored at last week’s SRIA board meeting by his staff of lifeguards with a special 10-year More...

Mud run a chance to navigate obstacles

The track was 5 kilometers long with lots of twists, turns, obstacles, and of course, MUD! The Pensacola Mud Run was the result of many months of work and planning by friends of Pathways For Change as a fund raiser. More...

Entertainment

Ballet Pensacola to present ‘Dracula’

Ballet Pensacola’s season will open with the return of “Dracula,” based on the 1897 novel by Irish author Bram Stoker. More...

MANNA partners with local architects for annual food drive

Manna Food Pantries and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) of Northwest Florida present the 6th Annual CANstruction design and build event at downtown Pensacola’s Gallery Night celebration on October 18. More...

Get spooked at haunted walking tour

Festivals & Entertainment

Pensacola Interstate Fair Thursday, Oct. 17 – Sunday, Oct. More...

School

Here's our sign

GBMS Junior Optimists preparing signs for National School Lunch Week October 14-18. More...

Gulf Breeze High School Homecoming Week

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Obituaries

Jerry A. Dobbs

Jerry A. Dobbs, 65, of Gulf Breeze passed away Wednesday, October 09, 2013.  Visitation will be held Friday, October 11 from noon to 1 p.m. at Gulf Breeze Presbyterian Church. Service will follow at 1 p.m. at the church. More...

Business

Explore the world of international investments

You are probably accustomed to measuring the progress of your investments, and the overall condition of the investment world, by checking on indexes such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and the S&P 500.  More...

Home & Garden

Women in Business

Those accused deserve the best legal defense

A passion for justice and a goal to end unfair treatment of all individuals is what led Sherry Ivey Jones to pursue a law degree and practice criminal defense. More...

Women in Business

Russo wants to help everyone hear

The sound of laughter, the siren of an fire truck, the whisper of affection from a loved one are examples of the things we enjoy when we have good hearing ability. More...

October honorees for Women In Business:

Every October, Gulf Breeze News salutes the women who are making significant contributions to our business community.  More...

Legals

Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF WILLIE STEVE GOODSON, Deceased. File No.: 2012-CP-292 NOTICE TO CREDITORS   More...