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Movement to name bridge after local general gains steam

Movement to name bridge after local general gains steam

The name of the nation’s first African-American four-star general may soon grace the new version of a local landmark. The new bridge connecting Gulf Breeze and Pensacola could bear the name of Gen. Daniel “Chappie” James Jr. Read the full article in the Feb. 14 issue of Navarre Press. Visit www.navarrepress.com/subscribe to view subscription options […]

Q&A Meet the candidates for District 1 U.S. House of Representatives

Q&A Meet the candidates for District 1 U.S. House of Representatives

What motivated you to run, and what will your top priority be? “I love my country but have been disappointed with leadership that led us into wars without commitment to fight and win.  I have been dismayed in a government that colluded with big banks and credit rating agencies that crushed our citizens and small business […]

Florida’s First Lady campaigns through Navarre

Florida’s First Lady campaigns through Navarre

Florida’s First Lady made a pit stop on the U.S. Senate campaign trail in Navarre Tuesday to address several Republican women’s groups from the area. Ann Scott, wife of Florida Gov. Rick Scott, spoke to the members of the Santa Rosa Republican Women during their monthly luncheon at Bella Luna about her husband’s political career […]

Debate series kicks off Friday for congressional seat

Debate series kicks off Friday for congressional seat

The Republican Party of Florida Congressional District 1 is hosting a debate series across the expansive district for the next Republican U. S. Representative.  This is the seat currently occupied by U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller who has announced his retirement. The first debate is set for Pensacola on Friday, June 24 at 6:30 p.m. at […]

New faces join race for Miller’s seat

New faces join race for Miller’s seat

The congressional race for U.S. House District 1 is heating up with numerous candidates who have recently filed an intent to run.  A total of 2,298 signatures of registered voters are required to enable a candidate to actually qualify in lieu of paying a hefty $10,440 qualifying fee. The signatures must be received by the […]