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Community

Flashbacks

30 Years Ago November 8, 1984  Ed Gray III was elected as Gulf Breeze’s mayor. More...

Caring and Sharing prepping for holidays

Caring and Sharing is preparing for the holiday season.  More...

IMPACT 100 dishes out grants to local organizations

The ladies of IMPACT 100 have done it again. Ten nonprofit organizations are now in the position to offer more services to their clients, thanks to IMPACT’s contributions to the organizations. More...

News

General Election results

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Gun range offering pistol to winning C&S donor

Oak Ridge Gun Range is collecting food and warmth for Caring and Sharing of South Santa Rosa County. Anyone who donates will be entered into a drawing for a firearm.  More...

Corrections

In the Nov. 6 article, “Gulf Power plans to clear trees from easement,” a statement was reported incorrectly. More...

Sports

Navarre ‘big play’ Dolphins for 35-0 win; Raiders keep Cup

The Navarre Raiders had 22 plays on offense of 10 yards or more, which allowed them to hold on to the Publix Beach Bowl Cup for the seventh consecutive year as they beat Gulf Breeze 35-0 in the season opener for both teams.  More...

Schedules

Thursday, Nov. 13 Girls soccer vs. Escambia (JV 5:30 p.m., Var. 7:30) Boys basketball vs. Jay at Milton Preseason Tip  More...

GB golf fourth at state

The GBHS boys golf team took fourth out of 16 teams at the 2A state meet in Howey-in-the-Hills last week - the team’s best ­performance since taking second in 2000.  More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

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We are always here to help

As Florida’s Chief Financial Officer, I want to help Floridians keep their hardearned money in their pockets and make informed financial decisions. More...

Pray for me when I’m on Hwy. 98

Letters to the Editor

After driving motor vehicles for 76 years of my lifetime, I have never been in an accident or even been stopped by law enforcement officers. I try to stay out of the way of those that exceed the posted speed limit and the tailgaters.  More...

Schools give back to veterans

Gazing up at a wall inside the hallways of Gulf Breeze Elementary School Monday morning, Drew McLendon searches frantically for a name.  More...

Anchors aweigh

GBHS senior awarded $180,000 direct scholarship

Trent Compton has long dreamed of a career in the military. He is a member of the GBHS JROTC and has earned his student pilot’s license in his quest to become a naval aviator like his dad, Randy Compton.  More...

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Island News

Last dance in the sand

Levin Rinke Resort Realty sponsors final Bands on the Beach concert

The night was abuzz with anticipation as “Not Quite Fab,” Northwest Florida’s Beatles tribute band, took the stage at this year’s final Bands on the Beach performance Tuesday, Oct. 28.  More...

Is your heart a fertile environment?

“Look, Daddy! Look at the little plant growing out of the middle of sidewalk” Julia said. Sure enough, there in the crease between two sidewalk slabs was a little green shoot sprouting from within the decaying particle board divider. More...

Entertainment

‘Gone Girl’ a near perfect film

“Gone Girl” is fantastic. There, I said it. It’s one of the most thrilling American movies I’ve seen in the past five years. However, I can’t say I’m surprised.  More...

Sheen advocates for whales in upcoming project

Q: Martin Sheen is one of my favorite actors of all time, but I haven’t seen him in anything lately. Can you tell me when I can see him next? -- Janie R., via email  More...

School

WBMS announces first nine-weeks Honor Roll

Mr. Victor Lowrimore, Principal, Mr. More...

GB Elementary

Honor Roll revealed

Mr. Warren Stevens, Principal, Mrs. Kim McChesney, Assistant Principal, and the Gulf Breeze Elementary Staff congratulate the following students:  A Honor Roll   First Grade  More...

Home & Garden

Taking Flight

“This beast makes a lot of noise” I heard from the man sitting in front of me.  First a pop.  Then a sputter.  “At least, that’s what they are known for”  Like a lawnmower on its last leg, the gray bi More...

Home food production benefits outweigh costs

Fresh is best; and quality counts go hand in hand for the backyard gardener. There is no comparison for taste or nutritional value to pick and eat. The majority of gardeners do so as a choice rather than necessity. More...

Legals

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF GULF BREEZE, FLORIDA

For the purpose of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), notice is hereby given that the City of Gulf Breeze, Florida (the “City”) will hold a public hearing at 10:00 a.m. More...