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Meet IMPACT 100 Finalists

Meet IMPACT 100 Finalists

By Duwayne Escobedo The Sacred Heart Foundation wants to add four more dogs to join golden retriever, Sprout, in its highly successful “Sacred Paws” program. The service dogs reduce stress and [...]

PYP Re-Enters Political Debate

PYP Re-Enters Political Debate

By Duwayne Escobedo and Rick Outzen The Pensacola Young Professionals first made its mark in 2006 when the fledgling group supported the development of Vince Whibbs Sr. Community Maritime Park in [...]

The Buzz 9/13/18

The Buzz 9/13/18

Settling Claims Last Thursday, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners approved a settlement payment of $850,000, with the county to pay $107,500 of that amount as its insurance deductibles, to [...]

The Innerarity Compromise

The Innerarity Compromise

By Jeremy Morrison The scene was rather idyllic along the curve of Bob-o-Link Road, as a late afternoon sky surrenders to another sunset. Over on Cruzat Way, a small patch of beach that overlooks [...]

In The Soil

In The Soil

By C. Scott Satterwhite In the early years of the 20th century, hundreds of white people joined in the public lynching of two African-American men in two separate instances in the center of [...]

Gaetz’s Last Crusade

Gaetz’s Last Crusade

By Duwayne Escobedo Don Gaetz’s father, Jerry, served as mayor of the small town of Rugby, N.D.—the geographic center of North America—and later as a state senator. At the dinner table, [...]

Primary Takeaways

Primary Takeaways

By Rick Outzen The August primary had plenty of surprises, especially locally. County Commissioner Doug Underhill edged out a well-financed challenger, Alan McMillan, to win the District 2 [...]

The Buzz 9/6/18

The Buzz 9/6/18

Expensive Primary Local candidates spent $826,380 on the Aug. 28 primary. The most expensive race, through Aug. 24 campaign election reports, was the Pensacola mayor’s [...]

A ‘First’ in the Governor’s Race

A ‘First’ in the Governor’s Race

Editor’s Note: After his historic come-from-behind victory in last week’s primary, every newspaper in Florida (and, really, most national media outlets too) are trying to interview Democrat [...]

The Buzz 8/30/18

The Buzz 8/30/18

‘Grudges’ a Finalist The Florida Writers Association announced recently “City of Grudges,” Inweekly publisher Rick Outzen’s first novel, is a finalist for 2018 Royal Palm Literary Awards in [...]

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