When someone loses their dog, panic sets in on both sides.
The dog scurries around the streets trying to find its way back home, as the owner utilizes all the resources they can to track down their furry friend.
Waste Pro customers in Navarre and Gulf Breeze can expect their trash to be picked up as often as it was in 2020.
North Santa Rosa County residents, however, will have to settle for weekly waste hauling.
Ye Olde Brothers Brewery selected Blake Lindsay as the lucky winner for their “Pizza for a Year” contest.
Lindsay was given 52 vouchers redeemable at Ye Olde Brothers Brewery for one free specialty pizza a week, winning $1,156 worth of pizza.
When she’s not working from her Navarre home or taking photos of sunsets, Theresa Adkisson is growing pineapples.
She jokingly calls it a “pineapple farm,” although she harvests a pineapple every few months, at best.
Construction equipment continues to line the eastern perimeter of Navarre Park as progress is made with the first phase of the remodel.
“Navarre Park is being enhanced in multiple phases and we are only funded for Phase 1, which is currently under construction,” said Santa Rosa County Public Information Officer Brandi Bates.
Lt.j.g. Cody J. McWilliams, a Niceville native, earned his wings of gold at Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field Dec. 17.
McWilliams graduated from Niceville High School in 2014, and then went to the Naval Academy where he graduated and received his commission in 2018.
More than 70,000 people live in the Navarre area, but Robert Reyes stands out. The owner of a well-loved restaurant called Stripes and a U.S. Air Force veteran with 23 years of service, Reyes loves to put others first.
Reyes was nominated by multiple citizens and was selected to be the Navarre Press 2020 Person of the Year.
There’s can be only Navarre Press 2020 Person of the Year, but many others made a significant difference to the community this year, which lead to them being nominated for the distinction.
Here are the nominations for other residents worth watching in the months to come.
When Sabrina Svargerko had her baby, a little boy named Lincoln, in August, she still had a lot to learn, she says.
But before the new Navarre mom took him home from the Santa Rosa Medical Center, she sat down and watched a video about the importance of reading and singing to him, even before he was old enough to respond.
Here are some Santa Rosa County Animal Services achievements during a year made more challenging by COVID 19.
Among them are adoption rates increasing by 20%.