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Concert Aims to Provide Hyper-Local Aid to Ukraine

Posted on February 1, 2023 by Romi White

  • Concert Aims to Provide Hyper-Local Aid to Ukraine

    A local nonprofit organization, A Little More Help, raised money to provide a Starlink, which is being used in Bakhmut, Ukraine. “You can look at their faces and imagine the lives they left and the children and families they’ve been out of communication with,” said Cori Bilyayev. Cori Bilyayev of Gulf Breeze met her husband, … read more

  • Milton Celebrates Mardi Gras this Weekend

    Posted on February 1, 2023 by Romi White

  • Milton Celebrates Mardi Gras this Weekend

    The Emerald Coast Krewe of Airship Pirates this weekend will host the City of Milton’s Annual Mardi Gras Parade. Additionally, the Krewe will host kick-off and post-parade celebrations, including a fireworks display after Saturday’s parade. The Kick-off Party Friday night will take place at Jernigan’s Landing, which is located at Riverwalk Park on South Willing … read more

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

    Posted on February 1, 2023 by Staff reports

  • 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

    Posted on February 1, 2023 by Staff reports

  • 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

    Posted on January 31, 2023 by Romi White

  • 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

  • Salzman Files Legislation to Recognize Native American Tribes in Florida 

    Posted on January 31, 2023 by Staff reports

  • Salzman Files Legislation to Recognize Native American Tribes in Florida 

    For centuries our Native tribes have been in conflict.  Since the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Creek tribes have been disconnecting from one another.  What started as being by force of the treaties signed has become by choice due to fear, greed, and resentment.  HISTORY: The Florida Indian Removal Act of 1853 removed any … read more

  • Trailer Park Resident Busted for Fentanyl Trafficking

    Posted on January 31, 2023 by Romi White

  • Trailer Park Resident Busted for Fentanyl Trafficking

    Ron Colby Berry, 34, a resident of Rebecca’s Hollow Trailer Park in Holley, was booked January 25 into Santa Rosa County Jail after cops found 14.1 grams of a white powder, which field tested presumptive positive for Fentanyl and Heroin, inside his Cadillac during a traffic stop. It’s the second known Fentanyl bust with ties … read more

  • Constitutional Carry Introduced, Backed by Florida Sheriffs and NRA

    Posted on January 30, 2023 by Staff reports

  • Constitutional Carry Introduced, Backed by Florida Sheriffs and NRA

    Florida House Speaker Paul Renner (R-Palm Coast) during a press conference today unveiled House Bill 543, which is aimed to ensure Floridians can exercise their Second Amendment rights without government interference. The measure is backed by the Florida Sheriff’s Association, National Rifle Association, and Governor Ron DeSantis. HB 543 will eliminate the need for a … read more

  • Navarre Businesswoman Takes Center Stage

    Posted on January 30, 2023 by Romi White

  • Navarre Businesswoman Takes Center Stage

    Amber Bradford runs her own insurance brokerage in Navarre but for the next two weeks she will be starring in a romantic comedy in Milton after being selected for a lead role in Santa Rosa Community Theatre’s production of “Maytag Virgin.” The small theatre group was formed at the Imogene Theatre in 2006 under the … read more

  • The Windjammers Family Heritage – Seafood & Ship Building

    Posted on January 26, 2023 by Romi White

  • The Windjammers Family Heritage – Seafood & Ship Building

    The American Girl, a 118-foot Biloxi schooner built under the director of Martin Fountain Sr, who also served as a captain of the vessel. These schooners were known for their shallow drafts and the exquisite beauty of their sails as they gracefully traversed the Mississippi Sound, earning the nickname of “white-winged queens.” To tell the … read more