• Solo Paddler now in Gulf of Mexico after 6,000 km

    Mark Fuhrmann has now been paddling, alone (and usually cold and hungry), for over six months, averaging around 1000km a month in an effort to raise much needed funds for Doctors Without Borders and Captains Without Borders. This means the intrepid 65-year-old is over halfway through the first ever attempt to complete the 10,500km ‘Greater … read more

  • Navarre High Scores Big at Inaugural Argo Invitational High School Mock Trial Tournament

    Teams from Navarre High School, Pace High School, Pensacola High School, Tate High School and Walton High School participated in two trials each during the Jan. 28 Inaugural Argo Invitational High School Mock Trial hosted by the University of West Florida College of Education and Professional Studies. Navarre High won Best Overall Team and two … read more

  • Local Businesses Step Up to Help Out Navarre Beach Mardi Gras Parade Host

    When the Navarre Krewe of Jesters announced concerns for the sustainability of their annual Navarre Beach Mardi Gras parade due to rising security costs, two island businesses stepped up to the plate. Windjammers on the Pier and Juana’s Pagodas are each donating $1,000 toward the costs. “We’re going to be ok now,” said Deb Carrier, … read more