A re-occurring theme in Navarre or Santa Rosa County for that matter is the number two. If one is good, then two is better.
We usually end up with two of something when within an organization there is a disgruntled faction and instead of working together to solve a problem, the disgruntled take their toys and create their own sandbox to play in.
Monday the Santa Rosa County commissioners agreed to a commitment which would put 545 acres of property in east Navarre in conservation status in perpetuity.
This is something everyone can agree on – more green space, more stormwater drainage space, less concrete and a board doing what is absolutely best for Navarre.
Were truer words ever spoken? Senator Graham, spot on, said, “Somebody, Russians should take out this thug, Putin.”
Had the Germans taken out Hitler the world would be a better place.
Over time it seems the news media’s role has changed dramatically to more media entertainment.
There really is no room for change when your job is to report the truth.
One of the great things about living in the U.S. is that our city and county governments are required to keep their citizens informed about their actions.
One of the ways they do this is through public notices — the informational notices that have been deemed to be of importance to local constituents.
Citizens are celebrating the NEW Green Deal and globalist WOKE businesses.
We are truly happy to have a lower standard of living and eating lower quality food because of increased cost.
In 2008, the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce began hosting a free concert series called “Concerts in the Park.”
Navarre Park would fill with people from neighboring communities, visitors and locals alike.
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