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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 [...]

African American Chamber Evolves

African American Chamber Evolves

By Jeremy Morrison Sitting in his office on the ground floor of the DeVilliers Square building, Brian Wyer is noticeably excited about the recent evolution of the Gulf Coast African American [...]

The Buzz 10/18/18

The Buzz 10/18/18

IMPACT Awards Grants IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a local women’s philanthropic organization, handed out 11 grants of $100,300 each to local nonprofit organizations on Sunday, Oct. 14. With a [...]

The ‘Influential’ Michael Murdoch

The ‘Influential’ Michael Murdoch

By Duwayne Escobedo It started with a story that has now become legendary. Michael Murdoch met Joel Smith. Together, they launched AppRiver on April 2, 2002, because Murdoch disliked the idea of [...]

The Buzz 10/11/18

The Buzz 10/11/18

Sandshaker Shock Last month, U.S. Magistrate Charles Kahn, Jr. issued a report and recommendation that the Sandshaker Lounge on Pensacola Beach pay $100,005 to the Shaka Bar for legal expenses if the [...]

‘A Privilege of a Lifetime’

‘A Privilege of a Lifetime’

By Rick Outzen “My Exaggerated Life,” an oral biography of the late Pat Conroy as told to Pensacola author Katherine Clark, offers special insights into the life of the celebrated Southern [...]

The Buzz 10/4/18

The Buzz 10/4/18

JUMP Returns The fourth annual Japan-U.S. Military Program (JUMP) will take place at the National Naval Aviation Museum, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. JUMP connects past and present service members, [...]

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