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District developing new stay-at-home resource

A new resource site for Santa Rosa County School District students is currently in development, according to officials at the latest SRCSD board meeting.

Governor visits, announces $3.4 million funding to support military missions

Governor Ron DeSantis announced Sept. 15 in a Milton press conference that Santa Rosa, Escambia and Okaloosa counties will receive $3.4 million in grant funding from the Department of Economic Opportunity.

“We appreciate having great installations and a great active-duty footprint, and of course NWF is one of the strongest military communities in the nation – we understand that enriches our community and our economy,” DeSantis said at the conference.

Woman merging onto U.S. Highway 90 strikes Sheriff’s Office vehicle

A 67-year-old Pace woman struck an unmarked Escambia County Sheriff’s Office vehicle Tuesday night while she was merging onto U.S. Highway 90 in Escambia County. No one was injured.

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Navarre Fishing Rodeo
Run for the Reef

Navarre native aiming for Hollywood Bowl

Considered one of the most iconic venues in music, the Hollywood Bowl has hosted everyone from Billie Holliday to The Beatles since 1972.

Soon, Navarre native Ariel Fournier might get her chance to be part of that history.


New York Air Force recruiter took Sept. 11 attack personally

Tech Sergeant Joe Ocasio is now a local recruiter for the United States Air Force.

But 20 years ago, on the morning of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Ocasio was a student at New York Technical College getting ready to head into the city for class.

We Remember: ‘It’s impossible to forget the pain’

As the American flag blew in the soft breeze of a sunny, blue sky September morning, much like the one on that fateful day 20 years ago, Navarre Navy JROTC Commanding Officer Donovyn Ray spoke about the terrorist attacks that shook a nation on Sept. 11, 2001.

New York Air Force recruiter took Sept. 11 attack personally

Tech Sergeant Joe Ocasio is now a local recruiter for the United States Air Force.

But 20 years ago, on the morning of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Ocasio was a student at New York Technical College getting ready to head into the city for class.

We Remember: ‘It’s impossible to forget the pain’

As the American flag blew in the soft breeze of a sunny, blue sky September morning, much like the one on that fateful day 20 years ago, Navarre Navy JROTC Commanding Officer Donovyn Ray spoke about the terrorist attacks that shook a nation on Sept. 11, 2001.


Photo of the Day

Today's photo of the Day comes from Kaitie Meyer. Today marks the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sally and this photo illustrates the raw power of the storm. The area is still feeling the effects of the storm today. 🌊
Today’s photo of the Day comes from Kaitie Meyer. Today marks the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sally and this photo illustrates the raw power of the storm. The area is still feeling the effects of the storm today. 🌊


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