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Santa Rosa County


Jayer Williamson and his political future

October 7, 2015

Santa Rosa County Jayer Williamson talks about his political future on “Pensacola Speaks.” He has announced that he will forego another term. He will not run in 2016 for his commission seat. Instead, he will run…


Escambia County teachers grade below state average

December 12, 2014

Escambia teacher has fewer classroom teachers and school administrators evaluated as highly effective than the state averages, according to a report issued this week by Florida Department of Education. Across the state, 42.4 percent of the…


Chopped, Santa Rosa County version

November 5, 2013

Taking inspiration from the competitive cooking show “Chopped,” Sodexo is hosting Santa Rosa County School District’s first Chopped Competition. State Rep. Doug Broxson (R-Midway), Sheriff Wendell Hall, and Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick will battle it out in…


McDermott files of Santa Rosa County Commission seat

October 14, 2013

Press Release: Navarre business operator Andrea McDermott has filed to run for the Santa Rosa County Commission, District 4 seat. McDermott is a Community Association Manager for seven properties in Santa Rosa County, including five on…


Gulf Power uses ECUA water

December 6, 2010

Press Release: Gulf Power using millions of gallons of reclaimed water from ECUA Millions of gallons of reclaimed water now are flowing from ECUA to Gulf Power, affirming a partnership that is bringing cleaner air and…


Santa Rosa To Sell All Of Its Glass

September 1, 2010

John Tonkin, executive director of the Santa Rosa County Clean Community System, Inc., tells IN that on Friday it will begin selling all of the  county’s recycled glass. “One hundred percent of the glass collected in…

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Brown Investigation Moved To PC

July 30, 2010

The investigation into the alledged theft of campaign signs involving State House Dist. 1 candidates Greg Brown Jr. and Doug Broxson has been moved to the State Attorney’s Office in Panama City. In a press release…