When she’s not working from her Navarre home or taking photos of sunsets, Theresa Adkisson is growing pineapples.
She jokingly calls it a “pineapple farm,” although she harvests a pineapple every few months, at best.
Less than a week after the first Santa Rosa County officials got the first call about COVID-19 vaccines being on the way, 5,000 have already been administered.
Another 2,000 individuals 65 and older are scheduled to be vaccinated next week and officials are still setting up new dates and sites the coming days and weeks.
Florida’s Republican U.S. senators took decidedly different paths when voting on whether to certify results of the 2020 presidential election during a joint session of Congress that lasted into the wee hours Thursday morning.
Congress cemented President-elect Joe Biden’s victory after supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol and put a halt to debate as senators, U.S. representatives and aides were rushed to safety.
Santa Rosa County Commissioners are scheduled to discuss Thursday whether to change the way the public gives input during meetings.
A proposed resolution on the agenda for the Jan. 7 meeting requires citizens to notify the county in advance if they wish to speak during a meeting.
The Holley-Navarre Water System board of directors decided at their monthly meeting in December to intensify their campaign against the county’s decision to lift key wellfield protections.
The new HNWS CEO, Dr. Dallas Peavey Jr., will lead the effort.
Today’s Photo of the Day is shared by Cami Grudzinski.
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