November 11

10 Things to Know for Monday

10 Things to Know for Monday

1. PROTESTER SHOT BY POLICE IN HONG KONG IN DAY OF SPIRALING VIOLENCE The shooting of an anti-government protester in the stomach by an officer was captured on video as demonstrators blocked train lines and roads and a man was set on fire following an apparent dispute over national identity. 1. WHO SOUGHT PROFIT FROM […]

Veterans Day events scheduled for Santa Rosa

Veterans Day events scheduled for Santa Rosa

Two Veterans Day events in Santa Rosa County will be attended by members of the Board of County Commissioners Nov. 11 according to a press release. In Navarre Park, the festivities are set to start at 11 a.m. presented by local veteran’s organizations including Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4407 American Legion posts. Other participating organizations include Navarre High School […]

Honoring Veterans

Honoring Veterans

In our community, there is no lack of military appreciation. You see it everywhere. We are a community filled with veterans, retirees, active-duty and reservists. At night we are often lulled to sleep by the sounds of freedom; a C-130 circling overhead, CV-22s flying low and even the sound of gunship fire in the distance. […]

Five Things to Know in Florida for Nov. 11

Five Things to Know in Florida for Nov. 11

POLICE: GIRLFRIEND ATTACKS FIU PLAYER WITH BOILING WATER An arrest report says 20-year-old Mary Gaspar, who is five months pregnant, told officers she had been angry that Florida International University tight end Jonnu Smith wasn’t paying attention to her Oct. 31 when she boiled a pot of water in his dorm room and then dumped […]

Veterans Day salute

Veterans Day salute

The three-day WWII AirPower Expo at the New Orleans, La. Lakefont Airport ended Sunday but left a lifetime of memories for those in attendance. This event was a must-see for those that enjoy history, vintage aircraft, air shows, and veterans eager to share their stories. One such veteran was Mervin T. Medine, 94, from Baton […]