We all know the familiar sound of a firetruck. The sirens blaring, the horn coming in every time a car is in the way or when passing through an intersection. The firefighters of Holley Navarre Fire District say they have been hearing that sound more and more, and with 53 square miles to cover, it can be difficult to manage.
In response to the increase in needs of the community and of the fire district, HNFD is looking to increase their revenue via referendum. On the Nov. 8 ballot, voters have a decision to make: should HNFD levy ad valorem taxes instead of non-ad valorem taxes?
It was a successful weekend for the Navarre Navy JROTC.
The Raider battalion competed in a district drill meet featuring Escambia and Santa Rosa County Schools and came away with a third-place finish overall at the meet, which was held at Milton High.
When people hear about those with developmental or intellectual disabilities, they typically don’t think of them helping others. It’s those who have disabilities that need the help, right?
If you visit Beehive Homes Assisted Living on a Monday morning, you will find out that isn’t always the case. For four weeks, the clients of Arc Gateway, an organization which provides services to developmentally disabled people, have been visiting the assisted living facility to help be a light in the lives of residents.
Music can have an enormous impact.
Songs can raise awareness of an issue such as Creedence Clearwater Revival’s anti-war anthem “Fortunate Son,” reflect an evolving society such as Bob Dylan’s “Times They Are A-Changin,” raise money for a worthy cause like Live Aid in 1985, and some music can inspire people on a personal level.
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