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A better day is just a bark away

June 5, 2023
They say dogs are man’s best friend. While most friendships are developed over time, the friendly demeanor of the dogs from Love on a Leash is instantaneous. This is evident each time the Gulf Br…

Discovering the real history of Navarre: When Navarre was Eagan

December 23, 2021
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 e…

Milton bridge moves in style

November 9, 2021
When Andy Lee moved to Santa Rosa County in 2017, he was working as an insurance adjuster and commuting to Mobile, Alabama from his Chumuckla home. He had never noticed anything unusual about the o…

Student organization brings ‘Unity Day’ to Navarre High

November 8, 2021
Students at Navarre High School joined together to celebrate Unity Day, an annual event occurring during National Bullying Prevention Month that promotes joining together to create healthier commun…

Struggle not over yet for young breast cancer survivor

October 14, 2021
The last time Crystal Ji remembers feeling healthy was more than four years ago. In the spring of 2017, she was 32, breastfeeding her youngest child and teaching yoga and fitness.

Navarre Beach townhome community honors those who helped after Hurricane Sally

October 13, 2021
Residents of a townhome community devastated by Hurricane Sally a year ago have finally recovered enough to throw a thank you party for all of the folks who helped them.

Sailfish puts up mighty fight; kayaker prevails

October 12, 2021
Eddie Schulze can now check an item off his bucket list after reeling in an impressive catch at the Navarre Fishing Rodeo earlier this month. Fishing off his kayak, Schulze snagged a sailfish t…

Museum savors memories of trains gone by

October 5, 2021
Tucked into an old neighborhood along a railroad, the West Florida Railroad Museum honors a world connected by rail. The museum – the former Milton depot built more than 100 years ago – is maintain…

Panhandle Wildlife challenges rehabilitator

September 29, 2021
Under tall trees shading the yard behind Anna and Roger Hackney’s Navarre home, a hawk with lemon yellow legs hops around his enclosure. The red-shouldered hawk came to Sandspur Wildlife Sanctu…

No children’s parade this year, Hometown Fourth of July event still a go

June 24, 2021
Fireworks and live music will mark the Fourth of July celebration Navarre Beach this year, but the children’s parade will not take place. In the past, the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce…
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