Okaloosa Schools Dominate at State Archery Tournament:

Posted on April 18, 2024 by Staff reports

  • Okaloosa Schools Dominate at State Archery Tournament:

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) on April 6 hosted the National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament at the Alachua County Sports and Events Center in Gainesville, and students in Okaloosa County peppered the leaderboard. The top-scoring male and female – receiving $5,000 scholarship checks from the Fish & Wildlife Foundation … read more

  • SANTA ROSA INSIDER – Regional Planning Council Hosts $202K “Workshop”

    Posted on April 17, 2024 by EDITORIAL BOARD

  • SANTA ROSA INSIDER – Regional Planning Council Hosts $202K “Workshop”

    What a soiree it was for Emerald Coast Regional Council’s board workshop! More than $202,000 was spent on the event, which took place in early February at Hotel Effie in Miramar Beach. The council, an intergovernmental agency, hosted its February 2 monthly board meeting, starting at 1:30 p.m., discussing common regional transportation challenges and solutions. … read more

  • 2024 Gold Star Families Memorial Ride Kicks Off in Navarre

    Posted on April 16, 2024 by Romi White

  • 2024 Gold Star Families Memorial Ride Kicks Off in Navarre

    The 2024 Gold Star Families Memorial Ride, a weeklong ride honoring Gold Star families, started April 12 at American Legion Post 382 in Navarre. Riders gathered at Post 382 then proceeded to Veterans Memorial Park in Pensacola for the Opening Ceremony, which took place at Gulf Coast Gold Star Families Memorial Monument at Veteran’s Memorial … read more

  • Prescribed Burn Scheduled for the Naval Live Oaks Area

    Posted on April 15, 2024 by Staff reports

  • Prescribed Burn Scheduled for the Naval Live Oaks Area

    Hayes Motors Sports buys and sells used vehicles and trailers. If it has a VIN, they’re IN! Call or visit their website today: hayesmotorsports.com         Gulf Islands National Seashore plans to conduct a prescribed burn within the Naval Live Oaks Area near Gulf Breeze, Florida, on April 15, 16 and 17. The planned burns … read more

  • FWC Biologists Study Marine Life Mystery taking place in South Florida

    Posted on April 14, 2024 by Staff reports

  • FWC Biologists Study Marine Life Mystery taking place in South Florida

    An endangered smalltooth sawfish is recovering after being rescued Friday from Cudjoe Key and transported to Mote Marine Laboratory’s facility yesterday. A member of the public reported the animal swimming in circles in Cudjoe Bay. Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Mote Marine Laboratory responded to the distressed sawfish. They completed … read more

  • SANTA ROSA INSIDER: School Superintendent Candidate’s Campaign Goes Negative

    Posted on April 13, 2024 by EDITORIAL BOARD

  • SANTA ROSA INSIDER: School Superintendent Candidate’s Campaign Goes Negative

    Brenda Stephens, owner of In & Out No Bullshit Loaders & Unloaders, a Navarre-based moving company, is attempting to run for Superintendent of Santa Rosa County Schools, a district comprised of dozens of schools, serving more than 30,000 students with a budget of more than $475 million. Recently her husband, Rick, has been using social … read more

  • SANTA ROSA INSIDER: Parker Receives Unprecedented Support

    Posted on April 11, 2024 by EDITORIAL BOARD

  • SANTA ROSA INSIDER: Parker Receives Unprecedented Support

    My jaw hit the floor when I looked at the March campaign reports. Commission Chairman Sam Parker, who is seeking re-election for the District 1 seat, filed his first campaign report since pre-filing in January. That report shows he has received more than $104,000 in donations. Parker’s donor list reads like a Who’s Who of … read more

  • HOLLEY-NAVARRE MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER AWARDED DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS

    Posted on April 11, 2024 by Romi White

  • HOLLEY-NAVARRE MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER AWARDED DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS

    It was an unordinary day at Holley-Navarre Middle School when a teacher walked into the library wearing a military uniform, April 3, 2024. Surrounded by students, family and friends, he would be presented the Distinguished Flying Cross for extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight two years ago — back when he was an evaluator … read more

  • Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander no longer a “Show Stopper” for U.S. 98 Alternate

    Posted on April 11, 2024 by Romi White

  • Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander no longer a “Show Stopper” for U.S. 98 Alternate

    A mole salamander designated as an endangered species previously stopped efforts on a local U.S. 98 alternate route. However, after a population of the reticulated flatwoods salamander was discovered in a nearby area, it’s possible the species could potentially be relocated, allowing progress to resume on a much-needed corridor to relieve congestion on U.S. 98. … read more

  • Hurlburt Field Memorial Airpark opens today to the public for first time in decades

    Posted on April 11, 2024 by Staff reports

  • Hurlburt Field Memorial Airpark opens today to the public for first time in decades

    Starting today, for the first time in more than 20 years Hurlburt Field’s Memorial Airpark will open to the public, allowing visitors to see the aircraft and monuments on display and learn more about Air Force Special Operations Command history. The park will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The mission … read more