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Apr 16, 2024

Navarre Homeschool Prom draws largest crowd in three years

Homeschool teenagers from all over Santa Rosa County gathered in the gymnasium of Gulf Pointe Latin School on East Bay Blvd. for the Navarre Homeschool Prom April 6. This event is put together by Santa Rosa County parents from Navarre to Milton every year.

Apr 15, 2024

The ultimate gift

“An answered prayer.” That’s how Austyn Evans describes knowing her two-year-old son, Conrad, now has a kidney after an agonizing search for a donor. Although the search took them from Northwest Florida to Texas and then to Georgia, the donor turned out to be closer to home (in fact, the donor lives in their home).

Apr 9, 2024

Former director of UWF Japan House recognized with the Order of the Rising Sun award

Shigeko Honda, who was director of the University of West Florida Japan Center and Japan House for 26 years, has been awarded the prestigious Order of the Rising Sun, Silver Rays. Honda was recognized at an event on UWF’s Pensacola campus on April 1 which celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Japan House.

Apr 3, 2024

Little Miss Navarre Florida makes Easter baskets for homeless children

Every year, millions of children celebrate Easter with egg hunts and family time. While most children are concerned with finding candy in eggs, over 2.5 million are worrying where their next meal will come from.

Mar 28, 2024

Bat maternity season coming up in April

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is sharing the reminder that bat maternity season, the time when most of our state’s native and beneficial bats give birth and raise their young, starts on April 16. Now is the time for property owners to check homes and other buildings for roosting bats before bat maternity season begins.

Mar 27, 2024

New band, ‘Power Bomb,’ set to debut April 7

Most people don’t think of a church as the place where a hard rock band with punk influences would get their start, but most people don’t know ‘Power Bomb.’

Mar 19, 2024

East Bay K-8 holds Zoom presentation with Holocaust survivor

Dr. Irene Butter, 93, has spent most of her life in academics. A professor emeritus at the University of Michigan, she taught in the college’s School of Public Health from 1962 to 1996.

Mar 18, 2024

Group helps women connect through running

Friendship is a powerful thing. When people have your back and encourage you, it can help get you through some of life’s challenges, the big and the small.

Mar 15, 2024

Navarre author to speak at Books by the Bay book festival

Chelsea Perry, a Navarre resident, will be a speaker at Books By the Bay, a new outdoor book festival in Pensacola.

Mar 13, 2024

Locals help restore Bike Lady memorial

The memorial to Elizabeth Dawn Allmon, a homeless woman better known around Navarre as the ‘bike lady,’ has sat alongside U.S. Highway 98 for well over a decade. At times the memorial, which is a white bike with flowers around it and a plaque telling who Allmon was, has fallen into disrepair.
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