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  • Gulf Breeze opens cross-country season with win; Raiders show well

    Finn Youberg dusted the field Sept. 24 enroute to a 17:26 finish over the five-kilometer circuit. (Photo by Stuart Camp) The Dolphins won the boys’ and girls’ cross-country races Sept. 24 in a tri-meet with Navarre and Milton. Senior Finn Youberg led Gulf Breeze with a 17 minute 26 second time across the five-kilometer course, … read more

  • Raiders stop Patriots, 17-7

    Photo by Stu Camp Two interceptions and a powerful running game powered the Raiders over the Pace Patriots 17-7 Friday night. The road win extends Navarre’s opening night streak to seven years. And since 2010, the Raiders have owned the head-to-head matchup with the Patriots with a 10-1 record. Friday night, the defense stalled Pace … read more

  • Pace man arrested for online threats to local university

    On 9/22/2020 at approximately 9:00 pm, Deputies with the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office in cooperation with the FBI, acted on confidential information related to a school threat. An individual identified as Shane Rei Davis, 23 years of age from Pace, made numerous threats towards the University of West Florida utilizing an online gaming system. … read more

  • Military Absentee Voters Week starts next week

    Absentee Voters Week begins Sept. 27.  Here are the steps when voting absentee: Fill out the Federal Post Card Application to request a ballot and send it to the election office. Fill out and send in the ballot when it arrives and send it to the election office. The following tips are for military and … read more

  • Clearing road between Navarre and Pensacola Beach the “top priority” for Gulf Islands National Seashore

    The National Park Service has mobilized the Eastern Incident Management Team to Gulf Islands National Seashore in response to the effects of Hurricane Sally. Responders began arriving at the park on Monday and immediately set to work addressing critical needs to assess damage, stabilize facilities, and begin the process or restoring visitor access. A total … read more

  • FDOT admits repair completion time remains unknown for Pensacola Bay Bridge

    The Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) statewide team of bridge experts continues to inspect and assess the Pensacola Bay Bridge, including the substructure that is located underwater. These efforts are being done as quickly, but thoroughly, as possible and the exact timeline for completion of repairs remains unknown at this time. Three of the contractor’s … read more

  • Okaloosa Sheriff’s one of first agencies in country with new 9-1-1 technology

    The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is one of the first agencies in the country to implement a new Motorola Solutions 9-1-1 pilot program that allows citizens to send video, photographs, and recordings directly to dispatchers in the Communications Unit via their cell phones. “With a few extra clicks, dispatchers can send the 9-1-1 caller a … read more