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Raiders still ranked in playoff power ratings poll

Raiders still ranked in playoff power ratings poll

Navarre’s football team is sixth in the latest Florida High School Athletic Association playoff power ratings. The Raiders, who are 10th in the Associated Press poll, have 36 points. They are 6-1 overall and 2-0 in District 2-6A. Navarre knocked off Milton 28-7 last week for its 15th consecutive road win and has a bye […]

Raiders remain ranked in latest power ratings poll

Raiders remain ranked in latest power ratings poll

Navarre’s football team is still in the top eight in the latest Florida High School Association playoff power ratings. The Raiders check in at No. 6 this week with 36.17 points. They dropped two spots after a 35-27 loss to Escambia Friday night at Bennett C. Russell Stadium. The Gators jump from eighth to fourth […]

Raiders among top eight in first FHSAA power ratings poll

Raiders among top eight in first FHSAA power ratings poll

Navarre is ranked fourth in the first Florida High School Athletic Association regional power rankings of the season and would be in the postseason if it began today. St. Augustine, Crestview and Niceville are the top three teams in the poll, which will be released each Tuesday from now until the end of the season. […]

Lighthouse forfeits game with Escambia because of scheduling conflict

Lighthouse forfeits game with Escambia because of scheduling conflict

Lighthouse Private Christian Academy’s football team has been hit with a fine by the Florida High School Athletic Association after having to forfeit a game against Escambia because of a scheduling conflict. It’s an unfair fine, according to Colin Hendrickson, the executive director of Lighthouse. And he plans to appeal the nearly $8,000 fine that […]

Fire destroys Navarre Beach home

Fire destroys Navarre Beach home

Smoke billowed from the gutted third story of a home on Navarre Beach Monday afternoon as firefighters battled a three-alarm blaze at the beach side house, located in the 7600 block of Gulf Boulevard. The thick haze from the fire extended nearly a quarter mile down Gulf Boulevard, where Santa Rosa Sheriff’s deputies had positioned […]

Chemist pleads guilty to stealing drug evidence

Chemist pleads guilty to stealing drug evidence

State Attorney Bill Eddins announced that Joseph Graves, former Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) chemist charged with racketeering and other offenses, has pleaded guilty today and has been sentenced to 15 years in state prison. The case was brought in 2014 after Escambia County Sheriff’s Office investigators discovered that drug evidence in cases worked […]

When Navarre was Eagan

When Navarre was Eagan

The area of South Santa Rosa County that we call Navarre currently considers the surveying and platting of Guy H. Wyman in 1925 as our beginnings. Navarre Press has further traced one of its earlier forms of existence to a settlement called Eagan. Located off the Santa Rosa Sound encompassing a portion of present day, […]