November 12, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Gulf Breeze Will Do gives grants

Five big checks were awarded Sunday afternoon by the founding members of Gulf Breeze Will Do, the woman’s philanthropic organization pooling its membership money to make a difference to the greater Gulf Breeze area.  Founder Susan Nitterau More...

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Community

Come experience The Beacon

There are some changes going on at Gulf Breeze’s premier Assisted Living Facility. The Blake at Gulf Breeze is now called The Beacon at Gulf Breeze, a reflection of a new direction and new management team. More...

Watermark

Independent living with assistance in the heart of Gulf Breeze

Watermark of Gulf Breeze is an assisted living facility conveniently located in the heart of Gulf Breeze Proper. More...

Pensacola is home to 5 of 12 Panhandle shipwrecks

Gulf Breeze Area Historical Society met on Tuesday, Oct. 20 in the Clay Ford room at the Gulf Breeze Recreation Center beginning at 6 pm. More...

School

GBHS releases first nine weeks Honor Roll

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GBMS releases Honor Roll

Michael Brandon, Principal, and the staff of Gulf Breeze Middle School congratulate the following students for making the first nine-week Honor Roll:  A Honor Roll  Sixth Grade  More...

OBES releases first Honor Roll

Josh­ McGrew, ­Principal, and staff of Oriole Beach ­Elementary ­congratulate the ­following ­students for­ making the first nine week Honor Roll ­( Editorial Note - the A/B section of Honor Rolls will run next week): ALL A'S FIRST GRADE More...

Obituaries

Harry Edward Felder

1934-2015

Harry E Felder, 81 of Gulf Breeze, passed away on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 in Gulf Breeze, FL.  More...

Home & Garden

Economics Club to discuss sales tax for Escambia

The Gulf Coast Economics Club will meet Wednesday, Nov. 18 for social and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at New World Landing. More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Teen Sexting: It’s time to decriminalize childhood mistakes

Disturbing: Reports of a “sexting ring” involving a large number of Colorado teens.  More disturbing: The legal response.  “Hundreds of students at Cañon City High School who gave little thought to taking and sharing nude More...

Tractors can get mired in the muck

Just off the road between Pace and Brewton, sunk down about three feet in the mud, sits a John Deere tractor. More...

Santa Rosa is booming

County, school board planning for growth

Growth is the focus of a new partnership forging between Santa Rosa County School Board and the Board of Santa Rosa County Commissioners.  More...

Gulf Breeze grad hits the big screen

Harrison Stagner works on motion picture opening today

He said he wanted to be a filmmaker since he was 7 years old, and Harrison Stagner did everything he could to follow that dream.  “Harrison was able to see the other side of the camera as a actor in a local cable series with his uncle, Che More...

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Entertainment

WEEK OF November 12 - November 18

Always a Bridesmaid: A Curtain Call Production  Thursday, Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, 2:30 p.m.   More...

‘Star Trek’ green lighted for new series

Q: I’m glad to see that “Agent X” is finally on TNT. I’ve been looking forward to seeing Sharon Stone in this. She is wonderful, of course, but I’m also impressed with the actress who plays Olga. More...

‘I Smile Back’ bleak and despairing

Our introduction to Sarah Silverman’s character in Adam Salky’s “I Smile Back” is a harsh one. More...

News

Calendar of Meetings

Nov. Thursday 12 GBA Chamber Monthly Breakfast 7 - 9 a.m., St. Ann Catholic Church Commissioner Regular/Reorganization 9 a.m., Tiger Point Community Center Zoning Board 6 p.m., Tiger Point Community Center Friday 13 More...

City to help improve Country Club Rd.

The entrance to Tiger Point via Country Club Rd. is in need of improvement, and the city of Gulf Breeze is going to help out as part of the Small County Outreach Program (SCOP).  More...

Flashboacks

A year ago this week...  Santa Rosa county voted against the one-cent sales tax increase to fund a new judicial center.  5 years ago this week...   More...

Sports

Gator 8

Bindi wraps up prep career with four-peat in 50, 100 yard freestyles; Davis second, third in 50, 100 free

Entering last weekend’s 2A state swim meet, Tori Bindi was already on a mountain peak as the most decorated athlete in GBHS history. More...

Turning heartbreak into history?

Dolphins lose finale 27-24 in overtime; look to record school’s first-ever postseason win at Pine Forest Friday

To say the Gulf Breeze Dolphin football team has been on an emotional roller coaster the last three weeks would be an understatement. More...

Hogs, Titans trip up Gurus

Arkansas’ improbable overtime win over Ole Miss and the Saints loss to the Tennessee Titans contributed to a tough week for the Gridiron Gurus. More...