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Why Vote for Them?

Why Vote for Them?

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola has a record-setting six candidates running for mayor in the Aug. 28 non-partisan primary. A series of public forums have been held to introduce the candidates [...]

The Buzz 8/2/18

The Buzz 8/2/18

Putnam Visits Florida Agriculture Commissioner and GOP gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnam made a campaign stop at Scenic 90 Café last Friday. A recent Mason-Dixon poll showed Congressman Ron [...]

Council Issues Addressed

Council Issues Addressed

By Rick Outzen In an effort to increase public awareness about where local candidates stand on issues important to the business community, the Greater Pensacola Chamber asked them to complete [...]

The Buzz 7/26/18

The Buzz 7/26/18

Poll: School Board Races The latest Inweekly/Political Matrix poll shows the Escambia County School Board candidates have begun to separate themselves, but more than a third of the likely voters [...]

County D2 Race Heats Up

County D2 Race Heats Up

By Duwayne Escobedo For much of last Wednesday night, the District 2 Escambia County Commission debate felt more like a church ladies’ tea party. Republicans Doug Underhill (the incumbent) [...]

Hayward’s Final Budget

Hayward’s Final Budget

By Rick Outzen Mayor Ashton Hayward last week submitted to the Pensacola City Council his final budget, which will cover the last eight weeks of his administration and the first 44 of his [...]

The Buzz 7/19/18

The Buzz 7/19/18

ADA Champion The Center for Independent Living Disability Resource Center held its 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act Awards and Volunteer Recognition Banquet on Thursday, July [...]

The Fight for Early Voting Sites

The Fight for Early Voting Sites

By Sammi Sontag A stringent interpretation of Florida’s early voting statute led a group of six students from the University of Florida and Florida State University, backed by the League of [...]

Teaching About the Holocaust

Teaching About the Holocaust

By Sammi Sontag Approximately 6 million European Jews, around two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe, were systematically murdered by Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II. [...]

Audit or Witch Hunt

Audit or Witch Hunt

By Rick Outzen An audit conducted of the District 1 Medical Examiner’s Office (DMEO) resulted in several allegations of misallocations of costs between Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton [...]

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