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Lame Duck Drilling Danger?

Lame Duck Drilling Danger?

by Jeremy Morrison Oil rigs dot the waters off the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. Those states benefit economically from the arrangement but risk environmental tragedy, be it [...]

A Story of Tolerance

A Story of Tolerance

By Jennifer Leigh LaRita Dixon's debut novel "Little Bird" is the story of a 12-year-old Syrian refugee living in the United States. While a work of fiction, it's also a very personal story to [...]

The Buzz 11/15/18

The Buzz 11/15/18

Bonner Honored Cindi Bear Bonner of the Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola advisory council was presented with the Rally for Research Award from the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research in [...]

ST Engineering Finds A Home

ST Engineering Finds A Home

By Duwayne Escobedo When ST Engineering began looking at sites to expand its maintenance, repair and overhaul operations in Mobile, executives scoured locations across the Mississippi, central and [...]

The Buzz 11/8/18

The Buzz 11/8/18

Trump Caravan Pops In President Donald Trump made a 25-minute campaign stop at the Pensacola International Airport on Saturday night, three days before the Nov. 6 election. As with his previous [...]

Navy Federal Makes An Offer

Navy Federal Makes An Offer

By Duwayne Escobedo The county has embarked on creating a vision for the economic development of 636 acres called Outlying Field 8 by the U.S. Navy. Navy Federal Credit Union has offered its [...]

Inweekly Endorsements

Inweekly Endorsements

We know some of you have already voted and some of you don’t care what we think. But just in case there are still some undecideds out there, here are our endorsements for the Nov. 6 general [...]

Navy Modernizes Training

Navy Modernizes Training

By Jeremy Morrison The United States Navy has been training America’s sailors for more than 200 years. To sharpen that experience for recruits, as well as the Navy itself, the military branch is [...]

Papantonio and the Devil

Papantonio and the Devil

By Duwayne Escobedo When DuPont first introduced products to American consumers under its Teflon trademark in 1946, it decided to use a man-made chemical extremely toxic to humans. Developing a [...]

The Buzz 11/1/18

The Buzz 11/1/18

ST Engineering Deal Inked This past weekend, FloridaWest CEO Scott Luth and Escambia County Board of County Commission Chairman Jeff Bergosh were among the participants in a historic Memorandum of [...]

The Buzz 10/25/18

The Buzz 10/25/18

Field House Update Plans to build an indoor sports complex field to attract youth sporting events may become a reality later this year. Pensacola Sports CEO Ray Palmer expects an update of a 2016 [...]

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