December 10, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Existing site emerges for courthouse

A subject that haunted the Santa Rosa County Commission boards for over 20 years took up more than two hours of the commission’s six-plus hour committee meeting Monday – building a new county courthouse. More...

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Community

Woodlands takes part in ‘Movember’

In an effort to promote and educate men’s health, Woodlands Urologists participated in “No Shave” November – better known as Movember – to help raise awareness for an important cause, men’s health.  More...

Pottery teacher needs a kiln

Lynn Cacace is Gulf Breeze High School's art teacher, and an accomplished potter. She teaches hundreds of students each year to work with the pottery wheel, transforming lumps of clay into beautiful bowls, vases and sculptures. More...

Woodlawn Beach MS presents Madrigal this weekend

Woodlawn Beach Middle School Fine Arts Department is hosting the Madrigal at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11 and Saturday, Dec. 12. More...

Entertainment

WEEK OF December 10 - December 16

Midway Fire Santa Run  Thursday, Dec. 10: 5:45 p.m. Government & Capitol 6:45 p.m. Shadow Lake @ Park 7:30 p.m. Paradise Bay @ West end of Mariners Dr.   More...

Netflix’s ‘Beasts of No Nation’ one of year’s best

“Beasts of No Nation” - Netflix’s first original feature film deemed for possible awards consideration – is told from the eyes of a pained young boy. It isn’t a film about a specific war, nor is it a true story.  More...

‘Brooklyn’ is a beautiful, inspiring immigrant tale

It is a rare and precious day when a film can touch you so deeply that you are reminded of your own humanity. The movie “Brooklyn” does all this and so much more. More...

School

Where in the world?

These Gulf Breeze Middle School Geography Bee finalists answered many challenging questions about U.S. and world geography. These students will advance to round two. More...

Health

Is right arm better for blood pressure?

DEAR DR. ROACH: Would you explain the proper method for taking blood pressure? One instruction I read says to use the left arm. More...

Home & Garden

Dogwood Garden Club shows creativity at Tour of Tables

The Dogwood Garden Club members held their Tour of the Tables event on Saturday Nov. 14 at the Gulf Breeze Presbyterian Church. More...

Gulf Breeze Will Do Meets

Members and potential members of Gulf Breeze Will Do met Thursday, Dec. 3 for a social gathering at Hemingway's. More...

Murder suspect arrested

Friends and family gathered Sunday at the Bridge Bar to pay their respects to Lorie Musil, 55, who was last seen there, leaving with a man police say drowned her then returned soaking wet.  On Friday, Dec. More...

Star-Spangled Christmas

General John Adams, right, presides over the Gulf Breeze Christmas Parade Saturday as Grand Marshall.   More...

Events

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Island News

Crowds enjoy Island Spirit during Surfin' Santa Parade

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Realtor Burge earns Leadership award

On the Market

Grey Burge of The Real Estate House of- Gulf Breeze was one of 15 Florida Realtors® recently honored by the state association’s Leadership Academy upon their graduation from the class. He is with the Pensacola Association of Realtors.  More...

SRIA to reconsider ECUA water tank location

A special meeting for public input on placement of some new reclaimed water storage tanks is scheduled on Pensacola Beach for next Tuesday, Dec. 15. More...

News

Calendar of Meetings

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GB man charged with sexual assault

A Gulf Breeze man was arrested last Wednesday on sexual battery, felony battery and false imprisonment charges.  More...

Human remains found

On Nov. 26, deputies with the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s office responded to a report of human remains in a wooded area of Blue Barnes Road in Milton. The remains may belong to Lisa Thornton, a Navarre woman missing since August. More...

Sports

GBHS hoops get first wins

Dolphins erupt in first quarter, roll to 70-46 win over Milton

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin basketball team has gotten off to a slow start this year, losing its first four games by an average of 22 points. More...

Lady Dolphins knock off Milton 38-26 to snap seven-game losing streak

Like their male­ counterparts, the GBHS Lady Dolphin ­basketball team has had a tough time of it to start the season - even worse, in fact. More...

Horns hook the Gurus

The Texas Longhorns’ win over Baylor Saturday tripped up all seven Gridiron Gurus last week.  Philip Gibson has a one-game lead over Brad Phelps and a three-game lead over Patrick Simpson heading into Week 15 of the contest - a lull in the More...

Opinion

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It’s time to stop N.R.A.’s influence

The New York Times this past Sunday featured an editorial on the front page for only the second time in that newspaper’s 164-year history. More...

This Christmas, remember the shepherds

There sure are a lot of Christmas stories out there. There’s the ones about believing in Santa Claus. There’s the ones about Frosty the Snowman and Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer. More...