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For the first time in more than 30 years, Florida fishing regulators are on the verge of allowing for a limited, highly regulated harvest of the goliath grouper. The Florida Fish and …

A motion opposing the federal vaccine mandate passed unopposed at Tuesday morning’s Board of County Commissioners meeting after County Administrator Michael Hammond expressed his …

Port St Joe High School’s Homecoming Week wrapped up with a parade and a blowout football game this weekend.  Locals kicked off festivities early on Friday, …

Sharon Thibodaux  Barrier couldn’t remember who had the idea to put on the Wewahitchka Fall Festival this year. When she asked, her boss told her to say the city …

Bobby Scarbrough has been helping customers buy supplies to catch scallops in Gulf County for eight years. As this year's season draws to a close, he said he’s seen …

Two Port St. Joe residents are among six names recommended to Gov. Ron DeSantis for appointment to two newly-created circuit judge positions. After interviews of nine interested members of the …

The Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association is seeking nominees for its board of directors.  The election meeting is on Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022. MBARA is an all-volunteer, non-profit …

Florida Museum of Natural History researchers are asking for help tracking two obscure species of ultra-fuzzy, fast-flying native bees that are most active from August through …

Normally the Corner Café in Wewahitchka locks its doors by 2 p.m., but it stayed open well past dark last Thursday. There, in booths and tables pushed against the walls to …

The Port St. Joe Lions Club held the drawing for its Golf Cart Raffle at its Wednesday, Sept. 8 meeting at the Port St. Joe Country Club.Port St. Joe Lions Club President Matt Herring, along with …

It rained on Saturday, but the American Legion Post #116 and the VFW Post #10069 were determined the show would go on. Hurricane Michael and COVID-19 had stymied Vets for …

The GFWC Wewahitchka Woman’s Club invites everyone to visit our club booth at the Wewahitchka Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 2. We are raising money to not only make our community a better …

John C. Gainous VFW Post 10069 and Auxiliary 10069 are planning a special ceremony commemorating Gold Star Mom Day at the Post's regular Sunday Breakfast on Sept. 26. This year, the post and …

COVID-19 hospitalizations in Gulf County were down by 20 percent last week, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Saturday. Ascension Sacred Heart …

The ball is rolling on bringing in affordable housing, said Port St. Joe Mayor Rex Buzzett, but residents shouldn’t expect contracts to be signed anytime soon.  Last …

It’s been two and a half years since Heather Conley had to climb a tree to get into what used to be her home. Sometimes, she said, it seems like a …

The Port of Port St. Joe Port Authority is one step closer to securing $15 million from Triumph to help fund a dredging project that would deepen the channel allowing ships to enter the …

For the third year in a row, Gulf County has been recognized for their efforts in promoting tourism throughout the area. On Wednesday, Sept. 7, Visit Florida announced the recipients of …

David Cunard, of Wewahitchka, has been named to Southern New Hampshire University's summer 2021 President's List. Eligibility for the President's List requires that a student accumulate an …

Some county insurance claims remain unsettledIt has been nine months since members of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection cut the ribbon to reopen Salinas Park in Cape San …

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