Second Annual Kite Film Fest

June 26, 2017

Short Films Sought The organizers of the Kite Film Fest are seeking short film submissions for their second annual festival set for Nov. 11 at Club LA in Destin. Short films of all genres are welcome,…


Local state parks closed for Tropical Storm Cindy

June 21, 2017

The Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida Park Service announced the closure of three state parks in Northwest Florida due to weather conditions. The following state parks are closed until further notice: Perdido Key State Park in…


Fort Pickens closed temporarily, two storms in the Gulf

June 20, 2017

Gulf Islands National Seashore officials closed Fort Pickens Area yesterday 8 p.m. to all public use due to the potential of tropical conditions to impact the park. A mandatory evacuation of the Fort Pickens Campground will…


More rain coming, buy a raft

June 19, 2017

From the City of Pensacola: The NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center has maintained its 90% chance of a tropical or subtropical cyclone developing in the next 5 days, with an 80% chance of development in the…


Gaetz issues statement on today’s shooting in DC area

June 14, 2017

Congressman Matt Gaetz Statement on Shooting at GOP Baseball Practice Wednesday “Last evening at 10 p.m. Congressman Scalise and I were working to finalize details on extending the Federal red snapper season. I was shocked and…


Father’s Day specials

June 14, 2017

Father’s Day is celebrated this year on June 18. Here is the list of the national chains offer discounts and deals to their customers: Baskin Robbins – Take $3 off any ice cream cake worth $15+.…

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Hemp History Week Celebration, June 10

June 8, 2017

Open Books celebrates Hemp History Week on Saturday, June 10 at 7 p.m. at its location at 1040 N. Guillemard. Several short videos will be featured that show America’s history with industrial hemp before it was…