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Gulf Breeze Will Do announces its 2021 grant winners

November 19, 2021
Gulf Breeze Will Do, a women’s philanthropic group, awarded more than $35,000 in grants at its annual meeting on November 14.

Caring & Sharing needs volunteers, shares holiday schedule

November 17, 2021
Volunteers are needed to help organize and pack food boxes during Caring & Sharing’s Thanksgiving distribution preparation weekend on Friday, Nov. 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 20 from…

New Healing Paws teams pass test

November 16, 2021
In a small room at Northwest Florida State College, eight newly trained veterans and their canine partners graduated from training Friday. These new Healing Paws for Warrior teams went through eigh…

Milton shows gratitude for veterans

November 12, 2021
Members of surrounding communities gathered alongside Milton residents Thursday to honor those who have served in the United States military.

Patriotic parade through Milton honors veterans

November 12, 2021
Red, white and blue beads, candy and even pocket-sized copies of the Constitution were handed out to spectators seated in lawn chairs at the Milton Veterans Day Parade Nov. 11.

First year intervention specialist recognized as ‘Teacher of the Year’

November 10, 2021
Sheena Barron has been recognized as the 2021-2022 “Teacher of the Year” for Oriole Beach Elementary School in Gulf Breeze. Barron is in her first year of being a Reading Intervention Specialist at…

Zoo gets new species of wolf; meet Stella and Cieza

November 9, 2021
Gulf Breeze Zoo is excited to announce a new species to its grounds with the recent arrival of a sibling pair of maned wolves named Stella and Cieza. As representatives of their declining South Ame…

Community Briefs

November 9, 2021
Red tide returns to Navarre Beach In the last week, Karenia brevis was detected in varying concentrations across Northwest Florida.

Milton out-collects Pace in annual canned food drive

November 4, 2021
Milton High School was the winner in this year’s canned food drive, with students collecting 43,840 pounds of food. Pace High School students collected 20,980 pounds.

Superintendent speaks at Republican women’s meeting

November 3, 2021
Dr. Karen Barber, Superintendent of Santa Rosa County School District, spoke at the newly rebranded South Santa Rosa Republican Women meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 26.