Peyton Karahalios, a 14-year-old Navarre resident, competed in the Navarre Fishing Rodeo during the first weekend of October.
Residents of a townhome community devastated by Hurricane Sally a year ago have finally recovered enough to throw a thank you party for all of the folks who helped them.
The Navarre Homecoming Game was held Friday night and the Homecoming Court was introduced prior to the game and the queen was announced at halftime.
Spring break completion of Navarre Beach light less likely District 4 Commissioner Dave Piech gave an update on the proposed traffic light on Gulf Blvd. at Thursday’s Tourism Development Council meeting. The new traffic light system will cost $350,000 and will require over 250 days to execute.
Eddie Schulze can now check an item off his bucket list after reeling in an impressive catch at the Navarre Fishing Rodeo earlier this month.
Fishing off his kayak, Schulze snagged a sailfish that measured at right around 7 feet.
New nonstop service offered locally to Minneapolis, Las Vegas Allegiant Airlines announced last week that it would be offering new nonstop service to Minneapolis and Las Vegas out of Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport.
The 2021 Navarre Raider Homecoming Court has been announced, with the game scheduled for Friday night against Mosley at 7:30 p.m.
Tucked into an old neighborhood along a railroad, the West Florida Railroad Museum honors a world connected by rail. The museum – the former Milton depot built more than 100 years ago – is maintained by about 10 volunteers who wish there were a lot more.
Panhandle Butterfly House and Nature Center will present Monarch Madness in celebration of the fall migration of the Monarch butterfly.
Ginger, Eisele, left, the president of Emerald Coast Woman’s Club, presents a check to Betsy Bowser, Executive Director of the Pregnancy Resource Center.