2012-08-30 E-Edition


Lady Dolphins split pair in preseason tourney

The Gulf Breeze Lady Dolphin volleyball team split a pair of preseason matches with Tallahassee teams in preseason action Saturday in Tallahassee. GBHS lost 3-0 to Tallahassee Maclay before beating Chiles 3-1. Maclay, a 3A state semifinalist each of the last four years, is led by senior Jade Strawberry, daughter of former major leaguer Darryl Strawberry. Caitlin Chapman had 10 […]

2012 Southern League Individual Statistical Leaders

Grid Iron Gurus

Football in Jason’s World

“It’s a good day to ask yourself… ifyou’re willing to accept theresponsibility that you have…to protectthis team and this school and this town.“And make no mistake about it,gentlemen, we are in the business ofprotecting this town.“We’re in the business of winning.The expectations couldn’t be any higher.”– Billy Bob ThorntonFriday Night Lights Friday marks the day many a blue and gold […]

Dolphins aiming for district title

GBHS has returners at nearly every position

Last year, the Dolphin football team got a whiff of playoff football. This year, they hope to belly up to the bar for an all-you-can-eat buffet. With experience at nearly every position, the Dolphins open the 2012 season at home Friday night at 7 p.m. against the Walton Braves. The game is the first of four straight at Dolphin Stadium […]

SRIA activates storm response

Santa Rosa Island Authority’s e-alert system kept Pensacola Beach residents and those with business concerns appraised of each of Tropical Storm Isaac’s wobbles as it made its path across the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. At one point, the storm was predicted to make a direct hit on Pensacola Beach. As the storm progressed westward, avoiding a strong impact […]

Beauty is skin deep

¦ The Dermatology & Laser Center customizes skin care plans

The physicians at The Dermatology & Laser Center are experienced in the treatment of skin cancer, acne, moles, warts, eczema, psoriasis, rashes and other conditions that affect the skin. MOHS Micrographic surgery, an advanced procedure for the precise removal of skin cancer, is also performed by our specialty – trained dermatologists. With careful examination and thorough exploration of your options, […]

‘Dey’s’ shrimp-kabobs, creole, gumbo, fried . . .’

Northwest Floridians eat tons of shrimp each year. Have you ever wondered what they look like in their habitat before they are caught by trawlers and delivered to local markets? This particular crustacean was photographed as it swam in a habitat simulation tank at The Gulfarium in Fort Walton Beach this summer. Unlike their close relatives, lobsters and crayfish, shrimp […]