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We Want Your Pets!

We Want Your Pets!

Inweekly is working on our 6th annual 
Pet Issue and we want to include your pets. Please send pictures of your furry, scaly &/or feathered friends to 
Joani@inweekly.net by Monday, July [...]

News of the Weird 6/22/17

News of the Weird 6/22/17

By Chuck Shepherd Our Litigious Society (1) David Waugaman, 57, fell off a barstool last year and needed surgery, and of course he is suing the tavern at Ziggy's Hotel in Youngwood, Pennsylvania, [...]

Winners & Losers 6/22/17

Winners & Losers 6/22/17

Winners Ashton Hayward Gov. Rick Scott used his power of line-item veto to cut millions of dollars earmarked by state representatives for their districts. Somehow FloridaWest's economic development [...]

Calendar 6/22/17

Calendar 6/22/17

THURSDAY 6.22 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Outtakes—Tip of the Iceberg?

Outtakes—Tip of the Iceberg?

By Rick Outzen County Commissioner Jeff Bergosh was pleased to see that charges of racketeering and organized fraud had been filed against the owner of Newpoint Education Partners, Marcus May. [...]

The Buzz 6/22/17

The Buzz 6/22/17

Pond Design Questioned The Government Street/Corrine Jones Stormwater project continues to be plagued with problems. The latest issue was flooding along the east side of the large pond during a [...]

A ‘First’ in the ’18 Governor’s Race

A ‘First’ in the ’18 Governor’s Race

By Sammi Sontag Our country once cherished pioneers that strove to be first. However, in this age of cynicism and polarized politics, the "firsts" have lost some of their luster. That may [...]

The Heart of Panzacola

The Heart of Panzacola

By Shelby Nalepa Panzacola, a name not only associated with the Native American people and subsequently with the Spanish settlements that occupied this area centuries ago, but now with a local [...]

Red Snapper Season Rescued

Red Snapper Season Rescued

By Duwayne Escobedo The federal government added 39 days for recreational anglers to fish for red snapper this summer. Previously, it gave them only three days to catch the Gulf of Mexico's [...]

The Buzz 6/15/17

The Buzz 6/15/17

New Life for Land Swap Escambia County Commissioner Jeff Bergosh says the county was ready to pull the plug on the proposed commerce park for Outlying Field 8 (OLF-8) until it received a letter from [...]

A Collector’s Collection

A Collector’s Collection

By Sammi Songtag T.T. Wentworth, Jr.'s collection started with a single coin and snowballed into a historic museum. That coin is currently part of a new exhibit at the T.T. Wentworth, Jr. [...]

Tent City Jail?

Tent City Jail?

By Duwayne Escobedo The Escambia County Commission wants a solution. It wants it cheap, and it wants it fast. Commission chair Doug Underhill recently proposed the county build a "tent city" [...]

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