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The unexpected arrival of visitors off the highway has a variety of implications and consequences. Some can be positive, and some negative.   The surprise appearance in many cases …

Using our Trail Map as our guide at the St. Joseph Bay Buffer Preserve, we now have visited all the roads or trails – at least on paper – that have Treasure Road as its starting point. …

Come by and say HELLO. Pick up information for yourself or someone you know! The Citizens of Gulf County Recovery Team and St. Vincent de Paul Disaster Case Management Agency are teaming up for …

The Gulf County Sheriff’s Office has a new tool.  And in the event of a natural disaster (hint, hint, Hurricane Michael) this tool will prove quite handy …

Registration for the Florida Timber Recovery Block Grant Program  is now available to forest landowners who suffered damage from Hurricane Michael in October 2018.   …

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 …

This page is dedicated to the paradise around us and the readers who bring it to life. Thanks to all who contribute.  This article originally …

In spite of all the turmoil that surrounds, somehow photographers capture this local paradise in all its glory.  Winners in the 2020 Mexico Beach Photography Contest were announced …

80,000 members in affiliated clubs in every state, the District of Columbia, and more than a dozen countries, including 8,400 members of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) Florida …

Next on the Trail Map – starting at the main gate and working due north – is Grassy Road in the Uplands and “Heart” of the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve. It’s …

The local Woodmen Chapter has donated $500 to each public school located in Gulf County.  Our chapter felts it was important to reach out now to help with the needs of the COVID-19 …

The Labor Day weekend will offer a dose of the new and old normal for Gulf District Schools.  The district will take Friday to practice the new normal, with all students …

A hot, humid Saturday morning with just a sprinkling of clouds  The Gulf of Mexico’s waters are but a very strong stone’s throw in the distance and the …

There is light at the end of that tunnel that is COVID-19.  According to the Florida Department of Health in Gulf County, there were just 10 new cases between Aug. 28 and Sept. …

Port St. Joe commissioners began Tuesday’s meeting figuring on hearing plenty of complaints about the stink last week from the city’s wastewater treatment …

The Buddy Poppy has for nearly 100 years been central to the Veterans of Foreign Wars community.  The John V. Gainous Post 10069 Auxiliary will be marking Hurricane Michael and Veterans …

Gulf County’s unemployment rate in July jumped to 7.7 percent but remained below the statewide rate of 11.5 percent, according to numbers from the Bureau of Labor …

Attn: Youth Ages 8-18, September 1st starts open enrollment for the 2020/2021 4-H year. We are experiencing a little different year, but 4-H is embracing these unprecedented times and is preparing to …

The Port St. Joe Garden Club will be hosting its first meeting after the summer hiatus.  Members will assemble 10 a.m. ET on Thursday, Sept. 10 outside the Garden Center located at 216 Eighth …

Domestic cats are common in Gulf County.  The people-friendly version of this multi-color and variable size species is a popular choice as a low maintenance in-home pet.  Today’s …

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