Now that IN has celebrated its birthday, the Crystal Ball cubicle of the Southwest Pensacola division of the IN media and entertainment empire has sent the Winners & Losers staff its predictions on what will happen over the next 12 years.
Ernie Lee Magaha is elected to his 19th term as Escambia County Clerk of Courts, despite having died in 2019.
U.S. Senator Ashton Hayward promises to turn around the federal government “day one.”
The Santa Rosa Island Authority studies whether to ban alcohol on Pensacola Beach.
Pensacola Blue Wahoos win their third consecutive Southern League title, leading the league in attendance.
Trent Richardson breaks Emmitt Smith’s NFL record for rushing yards.
DeLuna Fest books the Rolling Stones. Yes, Keith Richards is still alive.
Escambia County gets its third municipality, Habitat Village.
City of Pensacola takes over its public schools and forms its own school district.
University of West Florida’s football team goes 9-3 and announces plans to move up to Division I by 2025.
McGuire’s Irish Politicians Club relocates to Azalea Trace to be closer to its five members.
Joe Scarborough becomes the anchor for NBC Nightly News.
South Santa Rosa County secedes to form its own county.
Roundabouts become the traffic norm. Two counties have over 36 by 2020.