Opinion

Paradise is both here and beyond

 Gerri Caron grew up in Maine. Raising a family in lobster country, they weathered nor’easters and weathered cold winters. By the time I met her, a couple of years ago, she was in her late 70s and was here to visit her daughter and my colleague, Lori. She was a sweet lady with sparkly blue eyes and a head full […]

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God’s word

You created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. —Psalm 139:13-14 … To read a complete story, pick up an edition or subscribe online to the Gulf Breeze News.

Saluting Vietnam Veterans with words

 1965. President Johnson called for more ground troops to be sent to Vietnam. I was a child in elementary school. When the Vietnam War ended, I was 16 years old. 1975. Rewind to the ’60s and ’70s. I have vague recall of warfare events on the evening news: the drafting of Elvis; the Kent State University shootings; the burning of […]

Political Cartoon

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Gulf Breeze, honor your agreement

The city of Gulf Breeze will revisit how much land to sell to the Santa Rosa County School District for a new school at Tiger Point. Superintendent Wyrosdick had a verbal agreement, “a hand-shake” deal if you will for the City to sell the school district 45 acres for a specified price. Now the City wants to change the agreement […]

Be thoughtful when landscaping

 Do you read the labels of products you buy? I live by a saltwater bay down a hill in the Florida Panhandle. We laughed at a sign posted for a new subdivision going in at the top of the hill called White Pelican Bay, since white pelicans are fresh water birds and the only pelicans in our area are brown […]

Wine and dine mom on Mother’s Day

Some may claim that I have no way of knowing when and what moms want to eat on Mothers’ Day. Fair enough. But that doesn’t mean I can’t point out the utter lunacy in the misguided cultural practice of designating brunch as the celebratory meal for moms. I am sure there are many mothers who love brunch. If their deepest […]

Congress controls migration

California’s Democrat Governor Jerry Brown views State law as a overruling power of federal law regarding legal or illegal immigration. Our Constitution states in Article I. Section 9. that “The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the States now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the Year one […]

It feels great to lighten your load

 I’ve lost 30 pounds. (Drop the mic). On Nov. 1, 2017, my doctor told me I had to lose some weight or I was going to have to start worrying about diabetes. My cholesterol and triglycerides were crazy high. He suggested that I employ a low carb diet and then recheck my blood work in six months. He hoped for […]


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