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10 Things to Know for Monday

10 Things to Know for Monday

1. REPORTS: TEHRAN ENRICHING ABOVE DEAL’S LIMIT Semi-official media in Iran is quoting the country’s nuclear agency spokesman as saying Tehran is now enriching uranium to 4.5%. 2. NAVY ADMIRAL TO STAND DOWN The extraordinary downfall of Adm. William Moran, who was set to become the service’s top officer, was prompted by what Navy Secretary […]

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

1. US AND IRAN NEAR POTENTIAL FLASHPOINT Washington and Tehran are edging closer to a possible confrontation as Tehran says it’s breaking compliance with a nuclear accord and the Trump administration orders more troops to the Middle East. 2. WHO THREATENS TO DEPORT MILLIONS President Donald Trump has tweeted that the United States will remove […]

Hughson carries on with athletic career during difficult time in life

Hughson carries on with athletic career during difficult time in life

Shaun Hughson remembers the day his father passed away. Shaun was with family on vacation in Tennessee shortly before Christmas at the time of the death. “When we got the call, everything went numb, like a bomb went off,” Shaun said. “But after the initial shock, I just tried to keep myself distracted.” Read the […]

Bethell ready to lead Argos to season to remember

Bethell ready to lead Argos to season to remember

Beads of sweat are forming on the face of Kameron Bethell as he shouts words of encouragement to his teammates during a drill at soccer practice on a steamy Wednesday morning in August. He takes a water break every so often over the course of a two-hour practice, but the University of West Florida soccer […]

South Santa Rosa teens take mission to Mexico

South Santa Rosa teens take mission to Mexico

Few things on Earth are culturally universal, but athletic competition is one of them. When a group of 12 teens from Navarre and Gulf Breeze headed to Mexico to spread the gospel last month, they used this universal language to connect with the community. Read the full article in the July 5 issue of Navarre […]

Risk of concussions not exclusive to football

Risk of concussions not exclusive to football

Three female Olympic athletes pledged to donate their brains for research to the Concussion Legacy Foundation earlier this year. It’s a big deal. Of the 2,800 who have pledged to donate their brains in the last decade, less than 600 pledges are from females. Every pledge helps. After all, female athletes deal with concussions, too, […]

Young athletes enjoy soccer camp

Young athletes enjoy soccer camp

Campers arrived at the NYSA complex on June 4 to begin a fun-filled week of soccer. “We have about 80 campers this year,” coach Rob Simon said. “We attempt to encourage and foster the camper’s love of soccer. Read the full article in the June 14 issue of Navarre Press. Visit www.navarrepress.com/subscribe to view subscription […]

Recruiting hype

Recruiting hype

Before social media became the hotbed for finding out anything and everything about someone else’s life, athletes around the nation had no idea who was getting what offer from what school. At least not instantly. Times have changed, according to Tony Carter, an assistant football coach at Navarre. Read the full article in the June […]

5 Things to Know in Florida for March 5

5 Things to Know in Florida for March 5

Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. STATE SUPREME COURT TAKES UP CHALLENGE TO NEW DISTRICTS The fate of Florida’s 27 members of Congress is now up to the state’s highest court. The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday held an hour-long hearing on a long-running legal […]