During County Commissioner Dave Piech’s monthly virtual town hall, he announced that plans were in the works for a child development center with a focus on military families.
According to Piech, the childcare center is privately funded and is in the beginning stages of being planned out.
The heat index was over 100 degrees last Saturday, but that didn’t stop 99 anglers from launching their kayaks and casting into the Gulf of Mexico hoping to reel in a winner.
A total of 118 fish were caught at the PYGMY 3 by GOAT Offshore Kayak Fishing Tournaments June 18, and the scale weighed in 800.3 pounds of fish.
On May 18, it was announced that Culver’s was taking ‘Wisconsin’ on the road in the form of a food truck tour that would be stopping at various locations across the United States.
Navarre was one of those places.
Daphne Moon passed away Sunday afternoon after a battle with cancer.
She is the mom to former Navarre athletes Jordan and Jadan Moon.
It could be said that no family in Northwest Florida has had a bigger impact on racing than the Bryants, who have been involved with the racing business for the better part of six decades.
For Billy Gene Bryant, who passed away May 18, this was certainly the case.
For people with special needs, sports and recreational opportunities are few and far between.
Sure there is the Special Olympics, but the vast majority of those with special needs will never get to participate in them. That’s where one local organization comes in.
The Pensacola Navy League recently announced that a special visitor would be coming to the Emerald Coast during the first weekend in June.
America’s Tall Ship, the USCGC Barque Eagle will moor downtown Pensacola at Plaza De Luna from Thursday, June 2 to Sunday, June 5.
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