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Winners & Losers 4/25/19

Winners & Losers 4/25/19

Winners Todd Thomson At their April board meeting, the Greater Pensacola Chamber Board of Directors voted to name Thomson president/CEO of the organization. Thomson replaces former Chamber [...]

Outtakes—Tear Down That Wall

Outtakes—Tear Down That Wall

By Rick Outzen The city of Pensacola and Escambia County have very entrenched bureaucracies. Much of what happens on a day-to-day basis remains hidden from the public. Mistakes are often covered [...]

Winners & Losers 4/18/19

Winners & Losers 4/18/19

Winners Reed Odeneal The co-founder and director of brewing operations of Perfect Plain Brewing Company has been named to the board of directors for the Florida Brewers Guild, the trade association [...]

Outtakes—Spread the Criticism

Outtakes—Spread the Criticism

By Rick Outzen At a recent press conference, Mayor Grover Robinson complained that the previous administration had spent $17.9 million worth of future gas tax for a 2,016-block resurfacing project [...]

Outtakes—Are You Kidding Me?

Outtakes—Are You Kidding Me?

By Rick Outzen Last week, President Ronald Reagan’s Secretary of the Navy, Jim Webb, visited Pensacola and invited the media and community leaders to “learn more about offshore energy [...]

Winners & Losers 4/11/19

Winners & Losers 4/11/19

Winners Peggy Butler The University of West Florida last week celebrated a $39,593 donation to the UWF Department of Music in support of the Larry Butler Memorial Music Award. The new funds are a [...]

Outtakes—A Hard Lesson

Outtakes—A Hard Lesson

By Rick Outzen This past week, I had the opportunity to interview the director of the Center for Civic Engagement, Terry Horne. During his first tour of Pensacola as the publisher of the News [...]

Winners & Losers 4/4/19

Winners & Losers 4/4/19

Winners Lewis Bear, Jr. Gov. Ron DeSantis has appointed Bear to the Triumph Gulf Coast board of directors, which was created by the Legislature to distribute $1.5 billion from the BP oil spill [...]

Outtakes—Another Port Study

Outtakes—Another Port Study

By Rick Outzen The word “urgency” isn’t part of the vocabulary used at Pensacola City Hall. The latest example of the city government’s failure to drive an initiative to completion on a [...]

Winners & Losers 3/28/19

Winners & Losers 3/28/19

Winners Keith Hoskins Navy Federal Credit Union announced last Friday that Keith Hoskins has been hired to serve as senior vice president of the credit union’s Greater Pensacola Operations. USN [...]

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