Donna Woodward, who moved to Navarre in 1993, was on a trip with a friend when a colorful rock caught her eye.
On the back was the name of a Facebook group which led her to a page filled with colorful rocks – people hiding them, people finding them and people painting them.
Navarre’s Navy Junior ROTC cadets took part in their annual Area Manager’s Inspection last Wednesday morning.
Cadets went through a personnel inspection inside the gym before wrapping the day up at Bennett C. Russell Stadium with armed and unarmed drill exhibitions.
Janie Chandler had a big heart. It was, without question, one of her best qualities.
“She was one of the most compassionate people I’ve ever met,” said Christy Anderson, one of her closest friends. “She just loved with her whole heart and saw the potential in everyone.”
The area of South Santa Rosa County that we call Navarre currently considers the surveying and platting of Guy H. Wyman in 1925 as our beginnings.
Navarre Press has further traced one of its earlier forms of existence to a settlement called Eagan.
Navarre will be celebrating its 100-year anniversary in 2025, and a local group is already planning the festivities.
According to committee member Frankie Gibbs, the committee held its first in-person meeting Dec. 9.
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