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Graham: End the Political Chaos

Graham: End the Political Chaos

By Rick Outzen Last week, former U.S. Rep. and Democratic candidate for governor Gwen Graham visited Pensacola for her 55th workday. She spent her Tuesday in the USO at the Pensacola International [...]

Where Have All the Cobia Gone?

Where Have All the Cobia Gone?

By Joe Baucum With verve not too dissimilar from Mykelti Williamson’s Bubba from the 1994 Academy Award-winning “Forrest Gump,” Pensacola recreational fisherman Mike Williamson rattles off [...]

The Buzz 4/19/18

The Buzz 4/19/18

Hatchery Headache The City of Pensacola and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission may have bigger issues with their fish hatchery than the standing of the citizens who sued to stop [...]

The Buzz 4/12/18

The Buzz 4/12/18

Tanyard Flooding With the help of the Thriving Earth Exchange, the Tanyard Association and Flood Forum USA have partnered to recruit a scientist to assist the neighborhood association in [...]

The Tale of Two Fire Chiefs

The Tale of Two Fire Chiefs

By Rick Outzen Since January 2016, two Pensacola fire chiefs have been accused of retaliatory attacks on a firefighter. One chief, Matt Schmitt, along with his deputy chief, was put on [...]

Protesting “Pathetic” Comments

Protesting “Pathetic” Comments

By Rick Outzen On March 24, attorney Randy Thompson and his wife and daughters parked on Wright Street near their church, First United Methodist Church. Along with their fellow church members, [...]

The Buzz 4/5/18

The Buzz 4/5/18

‘We will vote them out’ Organizers for the local March For Our Lives events marched again this past Saturday. This time it was to protest Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill. On the [...]

Poll: Undecideds lead in District 4 and Mayor Races

Poll: Undecideds lead in District 4 and Mayor Races

By Rick Outzen With a little over two months to go before absentee ballots are mailed out for the August primary, both the races to replace Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Escambia County [...]

The Price of Whistleblowing

The Price of Whistleblowing

By Rick Outzen In April 2015, Inweekly reported that Newpoint High, one of Escambia County’s high-performing charter schools, had been accused of fixing grades, failing to report possible child [...]

New Tourism Campaigns Launched

New Tourism Campaigns Launched

By Rick Outzen Last week, Visit Pensacola and Art, Culture, and Entertainment Inc. (ACE) announced new marketing campaigns, "Pensacola Tourism Works" and "Vacation Artfully" respectively. On [...]

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