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Artists, locals gather in Holley for pottery festival

February 20, 2023
For the past 18 years, people from Santa Rosa County and beyond have gathered at the Gulf Coast Kiln Walk Society’s Woodstoke Festival for fun, food and friends, but mostly for pottery. On Saturday…

Salt Water Stitchers donate quilts to officers

February 14, 2023
The local Navarre sewing group Salt Water Stitchers continued their quest to make quilts for all the school resource officers in the south end of Santa Rosa County. Last May, they made eight quilt…

103 years: Helen Seagrave recalls lifetime of memories

February 10, 2023
The milestone for most people is to make it to 100 years, or a century, old. For Helen Seagrave, she has been there and done that. Sunday, Jan. 29, she turned 103. Seagrave, who has resided at Nav…

Woodstoke festival back for 18th year

February 7, 2023
The nonprofit Gulf Coast Kiln Walk Society is getting ready to host the 18th annual Woodstoke Festival at Holley Hill Pottery, located at 7507 Buckeye Drive in Navarre. Woodstoke is a free public…

American Legion post honors the Four Chaplains

February 7, 2023
At a ceremony held Sunday, Feb. 5, American Legion Post 382 honored four men who made the ultimate sacrifice 80 years ago. Alexander Goode, George L. Fox, John P. Washington, and Clark V. Poling, k…

Pirate Plunge raises $10,000 for local charities

January 31, 2023
On New Year’s Day, local 501(c)3 organization Pirates on the Panhandle hosted their fifth Pirate Plunge on Navarre Beach by the fishing pier, where participants ran into the cold Gulf of Mexico.

Navarre NJROTC program beneficial but not mandatory

January 31, 2023
There appears to be a growing trend of students being forced into JROTC programs at high schools across the country. Data collected from more than 200 public records, according to The New York Tim…

Calkins claims proposed pier signs don’t match Navarre Beach brand

January 25, 2023
It’s been seven years since Santa Rosa County rebranded Navarre Beach from Florida’s “Best Kept Secret” to the state’s “Most Relaxing Place,” but Commissioner James Calkins still resents the change.

Young at Heart: Navarre resident celebrates 95th birthday

January 24, 2023
Saturday, Jan. 21, brought lots of smiles and joy for Bettie Appleberg. Her friends and church family were throwing a surprise party at Navarre United Methodist Church in honor of her 95th birthd…

NYSA outgrowing facilities, asks community to help

January 21, 2023
Navarre is rapidly outgrowing its youth sports association. Participation in NYSA programs more than doubled between 2020 and 2022, straining the all-volunteer nonprofit corporation’s resources and…
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