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Former Green Beret never stops serving

Former Green Beret never stops serving

When retired Army 1st Sgt. Jay Collins rolled out of Navarre Park on his bicycle June 6, the rain was pouring. Ahead of him were 400-plus miles over 10 days. Behind him, more than 2,000 miles had already been covered. He just kept on pedaling because for Collins, Operation BBQ Relief’s Breaking Bread Tour was […]

Filmmakers explore struggles of hurricane survivors

Filmmakers explore struggles of hurricane survivors

Chris Barbee can relate to the devastation of a hurricane. The home he and his family lived in was destroyed by Ivan when it ripped through the Gulf Coast in 2004. “My mom did everything she could to make the experience OK for us. We lost everything, but she made things enjoyable and helped us […]

Texting posture, sitting now major now concerns

Texting posture, sitting now major now concerns

“Stand up straight!” said everyone’s mom always. That eye-rolling inducing phrase is even more applicable now than it ever has been however. “We call it the texting posture,” said Michelle Gambel, PT, DPT at Select Physical Therapy in Navarre. “We see it more now in teenagers than we used to.” Gambel says it’s a problem […]

Teen depression can be conquered

Teen depression can be conquered

Alex Worthington was a 17-year-old football player with the Navarre High School Raiders. His mother, Liesa Worthington, described him as hardworking, always striving to be the best at what he does for those around him. But after a serious injury to his stomach, Alex was sidelined, and when he returned to the field, he was […]