It’s been a little over 20 years, but I still remember the buzz inside the press box at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh the night North Carolina State played Georgia Tech.
All the excitement on a warm night in mid-September centered around some freshman quarterback named Phillip Rivers.
The effects of January’s cold weather in Santa Rosa County have many characteristics.
In addition to the realistic possibility of the occasional subfreezing thermometer readings and frosts, there is the quiet.
Forrest Gump told the lady at the bus stop, “My momma always said life was like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get,” then he popped one into his mouth.
For all the teachers and educators in this county who work hard every day to make a difference in children’s lives, I wanted to take a moment to say thank you.
Reading is a fundamental skill that isn’t easy for all children to acquire. We celebrate those efforts and that skill during Literacy Week.
I swear the Jacksonville Jaguars have raised Vince Lombardi from the dead and hired him as their next head football coach.
Never mind. It’s just Urban Meyer.
It has been my background music, until a call comes in that requires our attention. Every emergency call is important, but from a news perspective, many are commonplace.
Clock-watching may prove counterproductive.
Unlike the Santa Rosa Board of County Commission meetings – one of which recently ran over six hours – the local legislators run on a tight schedule. When they call a meeting from 5:30 to 7, they mean it as more than a dozen constituents discovered last week.
Reader distraught over Trump’s treatment
The radical left, vengeful Democrats, “bad guys,” succeeded in blaming Trump, culminating their goal to destroy our president. Shame on them! “Not fit to serve.” God thought so.
Jan. 6, 2021 was a day of reckoning and decision.
The promoters of insurrection and domestic terrorism have no place as elected representatives in Florida or any state in our union.
‘Why a bridge and not a tunnel?’
We have and will have until sometime in March (or later) a problem getting to Pensacola. We know a barge destroyed a section of the bridge. The question is, “Why?”
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