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Jan 26, 2022

Jan. 27-Feb. 2, 2022 Blast from the Past

One Year Ago – 2021

The Navarre Beach Fishing Pier’s new restroom facility was ready for installation. The pier, the longest such structure on the Gulf of Mexico, had posed a challenge to fishermen and others as the nearest restroom had been at Windjammer’s.

Jan 26, 2022

Contract renewed for continuous Navarre Beach repair

The Navarre Beach renourishment project will continue for the next 12 months as the commissioners voted Monday to add a revised grant work plan to Thursday’s regular meeting.

Jan 26, 2022

Effective follow up is silver bullet to stopping Japanese dodder

This is a frequently used theme in horror movies and horticulture. An alien species is introduced into a pristine environment, either intentionally or by accident, and quickly escapes control to the detriment of the locals.

Unfortunately, when this scenario occurs in a setting with native plants or a home landscape, the recovery is both costly and destructive. In many cases the intruder must be beaten back repeatedly.

Jan 26, 2022

Thanks to Santa Rosa for helping save animals

There is a lot to celebrate as we finalized the comparison data for 2021. There’s a lot I will unpack for you here…

For the first eight years I collected data from our local shelter, the average number of adoptions in 12 months was about 550. In 2019, DOUBLE the adoptions happened. This past year….TRIPLE.

Jan 26, 2022

Out and About

Congratulations to all the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce award winner nominees for 2021.

The winner will be announced at the breakfast that will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022, at 7:30 am at St Sylvester Catholic Church, 6464 Gulf Breeze Parkway.

Jan 26, 2022

Ellie’s Boutique cuts ribbon, rain or shine

Ellie’s Boutique holds a ribbon-cutting with the Navarre Chamber on a rainy Thursday morning, Jan. 20.

Michael Bannon Headshot
Jan 26, 2022

For God’s Sake: The One we are following knows the way

My wife and I recently spent a morning running errands. We emerged from our neighborhood into a thick blanket of marine fog. Visibility on Navarre Parkway was less than a quarter of a mile.

The bridge to Navarre Beach arched into a misty uncertainty. Buildings and trees emerged from the mist as faint shadows and only gradually took on definition.

Jan 26, 2022

Navarre local and Christian bass player Jay Weaver passes into ‘glory’

Jay Weaver’s time on this earth came to a close Jan. 2. He was 42 years young.

He played the bass in contemporary Christian band Big Daddy Weave and his family says they know exactly where he is now. After over two decades on a medical roller coaster, Jay continued to trust in the Lord.

Jan 26, 2022

Nine Navarre High Choir students sing with All State Chorus

Navarre All State Chorus singers traveled to Tampa Jan. 12- 15 to sing with the best high school singers in the state of Florida.

Jan 26, 2022

Try to make the world better one Facebook post or comment at a time

When I started covering Navarre in the summer of 2020, I spent a lot of time on Concerned Citizens of Navarre’s Facebook page.

You can learn a lot about a community from pages like this. They help reunite lost pets, share stories of small kindnesses, give much appreciated updates about what’s going on in the community, as reported by individuals living there.

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