• Harmon named new Santa Rosa County District Schools Attorney

    The Santa Rosa District School Board at the October 22 meeting approved Terry Harmon as the new School Board attorney. Harmon is a shareholder with Sniffen & Spellman, P.A., in Tallahassee, Florida. Mr. Harmon is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Education Law and has represented clients before the Florida Department of Education, the United … read more

  • Coast Guard urges safety as Zeta strengthens

    The Coast Guard strongly cautions the maritime community to remain vigilant to weather forecasts for Tropical Storm Zeta and to take the necessary precautions as this weather system approaches the area. Tropical Storm Zeta is expected to strengthen into a hurricane and impact the Central Gulf Coast later this week. Port conditions change based on … read more

  • Raider girls’ soccer team announced, prepping for full season

    Senior Emma Simon knocks a pass forward during varsity soccer tryouts Oct. 21. (Photo by Stuart Camp) Twenty-two players made the Navarre girls’ varsity soccer squad, and now they’re getting ready for a full 21-game, 2020-2021 schedule. Head coach Rob Simon held a three-day tryout Oct. 19-21. By the third afternoon of tryouts, his decision … read more

  • EscaRosa cross-country title decided by 1 point

    In full sprint, Gulf Breeze’s Finn Youberg checks for a late burst from competitors before the finish. (Photo by Stuart Camp) One point. One place. That was the difference for Gulf Breeze missing the overall title at the EscaRosa County cross-country championships last week. They were bested by Pensacola Christian Academy based on how the … read more

  • Rivera, Raiders leash Bulldogs, 16-14, on last play

    It took every single second Friday night for the Raiders to tame the Andalusia Bulldogs (6-4). Navarre running back Jaden Rivera blasted into the end zone from a long two yards behind Grady Kelly and the right side of the offensive line for a 16-14 win in Russell Stadium. Kelly, usually a defensive lineman, and … read more

  • Gulf Power Foundation contributes nearly $100K to local community groups

    The Gulf Power Foundation recently awarded nearly $100,000 to local charitable or nonprofit organizations to support our communities throughout Northwest Florida. “Gulf Power is proud to support the communities in which we live and work, and our quarterly grants through the Gulf Power Foundation help build strong and sustainable communities here in our region,” said … read more

  • Chances increase for development of low-pressure system

    A broad trough of low pressure, located over the western Caribbean Sea, is producing a large area of showers and thunderstorms mainly east of the trough. Surface observations, satellite-derived surface wind data, and radar data indicate that a low pressure system has developed along the trough axis just south of Grand Cayman Island. Some gradual … read more