After the official recount held this morning, Brooke Wooten has won the District 2 seat for the Gulf County School Board.
Only two votes separated Wooten, who received 50.18 percent, and fellow ca
The Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday held the first of two public hearings on a pair of tax hike proposals.
While a motion was put forward to stop the progress of a proposal to add 5 cents
A hoped-for soft opening may not happen this weekend, but by the time the Scallop and Music Festival rolls around in a couple of weeks the Cape San Blas Lighthouse should be ready for any intrepid c
Last season: 2-8 (0-4 District 2-1A)
Head coach: Loren Tillman, first year
Returning starters: 5/5
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PORT ST. JOE TIGER SHARKS
2013: 8-4 (3-0 District 4-1A)
Head coach: John Palmer, first year
Starters returning: 6/5
Aug. 29 Wewahitchka
The Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka junior/senior high school football teams start the 2014 regular football season on similar footing.
Both are coming off kickoff classic wins, which in their respec
Healthful outdoor exercise, a feeling of accomplishment, and potential saving on the family food bill are good reasons why more and more Floridians are turning to home vegetable gardening. Our
During the first weekend of August, James Rish of Wewahitchka participated in the 150th anniversary of the (Damn the Torpedoes) Battle of Mobile Bay. He is the great-great grandson of John Ri
Fundraisers to assist Port St. Joe Commissioner William Thursbay in his fight against cancer will be held this weekend.
There is also an account, the William Thursbay Cancer Fund, set up at Centen
By Dave Maddox
With Labor Day approaching my thoughts return to something happened here one Labor Day years ago.
Our friends, Jack and Mary Archer, were visiting from Pensacola. Just af
Her love for music came at a very young age, around 5-years-old.
Her dad was also a great music lover and showed much pride for his young daughter with her ability to sing and called on her to com
Sitting in my beach chair on the beautiful white sands of the Florida Panhandle’s Gulf Coast, I was studying the fine art of women carrying babies on their hip.
You know, “That thing they