In late celebration of Florida Arbor Day, which was Jan. 15, two trees were planted on Navarre Beach that are known for growing in sand.
Navarre Garden Club came out and showed high school students from the Marine Science Station program how to properly plant a tree.
The 1st Special Operations Wing hosted a 30th anniversary remembrance ceremony for the fallen crew of Spirit 03 at the Hurlburt Field Air Park Jan. 29.
The 14-person crew’s AC-130H Spectre gunship was shot down by an Iraqi surface-to-air missile while conducting a combat mission during Operation Desert Storm, Jan. 31 1991,.
With the landscape having changed dramatically due to COVID-19 in the last year, there’s one thing that you might not have noticed is missing.
Girl Scouts have not been selling cookies outside of local grocery stores. That’s left a void for scouts eager to fundraise for activities, as well as folks who want their annual cookie fix.
It’s been more than two years since then-Governor Rick Scott vetoed archeological funding that helped keep Arcadia Mill running.
Since then, it’s been a struggle.
Somewhere in a place most of us will never see, the Shell Fairies are making magic.
Well, actually they’re making art and a little bit of magic.
The Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is planning its popular Tunes By The Dunes Free Summer Concert Series, which did not take place in 2020 due to COVID concerns.
The series is held at the Sand Crab Pavilion, which is east of the Navarre Pier.
Brien Carter and his family are headed out the door on a Saturday morning in early October.
They plan to grab breakfast at a local restaurant before making the all-too familiar 45-minute trip over to Sacred Heart in Pensacola.
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.
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