ReMax On the Coast- Carrie Carver

Scout is an Adventurer

Wyatt Sise wins Scouting’s National Medal for Outdoor Achievement

“There are some sunrises and sunsets and mountains I won’t forget,” says Gulf Breeze Boy Scout Wyatt Sise. A sophomore at Gulf Breeze High School and a Life Scout with Troop 417, Sise is the son of Sara and Bernie Sise. He recently received Scouting’s National Medal for Outdoor Achievement at his troop’s Court of Honor at St. Ann’s Catholic […]

Going round ’n’ round

Pensacola Beach traffic plan meeting raises questions about flow, parking

More than 100 people made the trip to the Our Lady Catholic Church on Pensacola Beach last week to hear about the traffic plan proposed for the beach to lessen congestion. That plan is to go before the Santa Rosa Island Authority (SRIA) Pensacola Beach meeting Wednesday, May 9, at 5 p.m. and then be discussed at the Escambia County […]

Calendar of Meetings

Thursday, May 3 Santa Rosa County Tourist Development Council 8:30 a.m., 6495 Caroline Street, Milton Friday, May 4 Gulf Breeze Optimist Club 7 a.m., 1110 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze Monday, May 7 Santa Rosa County Commissioner Committee 9 a.m., 6495 Caroline Street, Milton City of Gulf Breeze City Council Regular Meeting 5:30 p.m., 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze Tuesday, […]

Wreck on exit ramp

Milton man convicted of trafficking meth

State Attorney Bill Eddins announced that on April 25, 2018, Rodney Eugene Davis, age 42, of Milton, entered a plea of no contest to trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, driving while license suspended pursuant to habitual offender and possession of drug paraphernalia. Immediately following his plea, Circuit Judge […]

Miscalculation in teacher’s salaries may result in end-of-semester boon

Some Santa Rosa County School District teachers will be getting an extra boost in their salary by July 1 – and some retro pay for the “miscalculation” in salary back to July 1, 2017. The Santa Rosa Educational Professionals teacher union filed a grievance March 13 saying that grandfathered teachers and new hires had their salaries under the new 2017-2020 […]

Gulf Isle Neighbors welcomes 10 new members

Gulf Isle Neighbors held a lovely luncheon to welcome 10 new members to the club on April 26 at the home of Mary Hull. The luncheon began with appetizers consisting of shrimp, a cheese and meat tray and dips. The main course was chicken enchiladas with five different toppings available and rice pilaf. Mini pecan pies and flan were served […]

Student journalists win first place at conference

Twenty student journalists from Gulf Breeze Middle School traveled to Orlando with Mrs. Lisa Player and Mrs. Molly Cobb for the annual Florida Scholastic Press Association conference April 11-14. There, they networked with other middle and high school students from around the state, attended newspaper, photography, and yearbook workshop sessions, and competed in Onthe Spot contests. Big award winners this […]

Gaetz proposes cannabis medical research

Yesterday, I was proud to introduce the Medical Cannabis Research Act of 2018, a bill with broad, bipartisan cosponsorship from across the ideological spectrum. I have been promised that the House Judiciary Committee will hold a markup on the bill; this will be the first time since 1978 the Judiciary Committee has considered cannabis-related legislation. This bill will promote research […]