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Hundreds turn out to cheer special prom guests

February 15, 2021
It might have rained on this parade, but it didn’t matter. Hundreds of people in the community came out Feb. 12 to shower the special needs guests of Night to Shine with love and support. There wer…

Navarre grad graduates from Coast Guard training

February 12, 2021
Devin Beaulieu, a 2018 Navarre High School graduate, successfully completed eight weeks of U.S. Coast Guard basic military training and graduated from USCG Training Center Cape May with Company Nov…

Healing Paws for Warriors receives money from Penguin Plunge

February 11, 2021
Healing Paws for Warriors recently received a check from Juana’s Pagodas for the funds raised from the Penguin Plunge that took place Jan. 1.

10 years later: Ian Lockwood’s legacy still changing lives

February 10, 2021
Denise Lockwood still gets phone calls and messages from those who knew her son. Some send flowers on her birthday. Others drop in to say hello when they are in town. Even former Florida Gator …

Navarre boy’s first words become his destiny

February 10, 2021
Not every 10-year-old boy gets off the school bus most days, grabs his yard tools and heads over to his neighbor’s house to see how he can be of assistance that day. For Navarre boy Nicholas S…

‘Don’t let your story be affected by your circumstances’

February 6, 2021
Faith means everything to John Wood. His second book, “Disability Devotionals,” highlights as much. “I’m a very faithful person, at least I try to be, and this book was written to inspire other…

Parade rolls on in Milton

February 5, 2021
Milton held its Mardi Gras parade last Saturday. Crowds gathered along the parade route as floats rolled by.

Students sing to trees: ‘Let it grow’

February 5, 2021
In late celebration of Florida Arbor Day, which was Jan. 15, two trees were planted on Navarre Beach that are known for growing in sand. Navarre Garden Club came out and showed high school stud…

Spirit 03 crew remembered

February 5, 2021
The 1st Special Operations Wing hosted a 30th anniversary remembrance ceremony for the fallen crew of Spirit 03 at the Hurlburt Field Air Park Jan. 29. The 14-person crew’s AC-130H Spectre guns…

County’s historical gem in funding crisis

January 27, 2021
It’s been more than two years since then-Governor Rick Scott vetoed archeological funding that helped keep Arcadia Mill running. Since then, it’s been a struggle.