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If we walk all the trails, roads, and paths at the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve we will have covered roads, trails, paths, in 5, 026 acres. Wow! What an adventure on the road to getting …

The Frank Pate boat ramp area was filled to capacity Sunday as the 2020 scallop harvest season kicked off in St. Joseph Bay. On Memorial Day weekend, on July Fourth Weekend, 110-125 boat …

After shutting its doors for more than five months as a pandemic has raged, The Joe Center for the Arts will reopen and hosts its annual Members Show 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Friday.  …

Douse the lights.  That is the universal message coming from local turtle patrols as the sea turtle season transitions from nesting to hatching.  August is the month that …

Another step toward Gulf Coast State College President Dr. John Holdnak’s vision to transform Gulf County into a magnet for drone technology in the …

Port St. Joe commissioners came away from Tuesday’s budget workshop confident in the city’s financial position and the year ahead.  Now comes all the …

A special thanks to the Salvation Army, Carter's Temple Holiness Church Family Elder Brad Johnson, volunteers from numerous community organization, and individuals, over 300 families in Gulf …

The goal is to provide an incentive for businesses to take the extra steps to ensure safe and healthy visits for locals and visitors alike.  “Pledge to Protect” was launched …

After months of discussion and debate, the Gateway Apartments in Port St. Joe will be expanding.  Port St. Joe commissioners, during their regular bi-monthly meeting Tuesday, approved a …

There is a target range for the percentage of positive cases of COVID-19 from any given testing week.  That target is 10 percent or lower positivity rates, which statewide is …

County voters filled two seats and Sheriff Mike Harrison fended off a Republican challenger during Tuesday’s primary election.  The margins were, to say the least, far from …

The Florida Department of Health in Gulf reported today two Gulf County residents who previously tested positive for COVID-19 have died. That brings the total of COVID-19-related deaths in Gulf …

Established by his family in 2018, this $1,400 scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from Port St. Joe High School who will be attending Gulf Coast State College.  This scholarship is …

Free health assessments and memory screenings are available online and via phone through HealthStreet, a community engagement program at the University of Florida. All services are …

Hurray.  That was Marcy Trahan’s reaction to the announcement this week that The Joe Center for the Arts would be hosting its first in-person exhibit since the onset of the …

The exact numbers are a mystery, but for many that is beside the point: the 2020 recreational scallop season for St. Joseph Bay begins Sunday.  The recreational scallop season for Gulf …

The Port St. Joe Salt-Air Farmers Market is back 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. ET Saturday at City Commons Park adjacent to City Hall at the intersection of Reid Ave. and Cecil G. Costin Sr. Blvd. (State …

Traveling down Treasure Road our next adventure will be a real treat if you are lucky enough to find the namesakes of the road – playing and sliding in a small pond. Otter Slide Road has a …

Students, parents, teachers and administrators take a bit of a leap of faith into the unknown beginning Monday.  Public schools will welcome students back for the first time since …

The economic impact of tourism is $10s of millions  Visit Florida recently provided some hard numbers to the claim that tourism is a major economic driver in Florida.  In Gulf …

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