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Winners & Losers 6/13/19

Winners & Losers 6/13/19

Winners Kevin Mair Mair has been named executive director of Cardiology Consultants, an affiliate of the Baptist Heart & Vascular Institute. He earned his bachelors degree from Temple [...]

Outtakes—You Would Have Liked Him

Outtakes—You Would Have Liked Him

By Rick Outzen This Sunday marks the 40th anniversary of the last Father's Day that I celebrated with my father. He was 49, and I was 21. You would have liked my dad. He was a compassionate [...]

Outtakes—We Didn’t Start the Fire

Outtakes—We Didn’t Start the Fire

By Rick Outzen The Pensacola News Journal's award-winning editorial cartoonist doesn't need me to defend him against the malicious attacks by a demagogue. However, I will stand up for Andy [...]

Winners & Losers 6/6/19

Winners & Losers 6/6/19

Winners Zenani D. Johnson The Florida Student Association elected University of West Florida Student Body President Johnson to serve as chair for the 2019-20 academic year. The FSA represents more [...]

Winners & Losers 5/30/19

Winners & Losers 5/30/19

Winners Grover Robinson The Pensacola mayor was named a 2019 Home Rule Hero by the Florida League of Cities. Robinson was one of roughly 100 municipal officials in Florida presented with Home Rule [...]

Outtakes—Maybe This Time

Outtakes—Maybe This Time

By Rick Outzen On June 17, SCAPE Landscape Architecture will present its plan for Pensacola’s waterfront at 6 p.m. in the Rex Theatre. The landscape architecture firm has checked the boxes for [...]

Outtakes—The End of Feudalism

Outtakes—The End of Feudalism

By Rick Outzen Inweekly hired Political Matrix to conduct a poll to see how satisfied city voters are with the performance of the Pensacola City Council and to see if they believe their council [...]

Winners & Losers 5/23/19

Winners & Losers 5/23/19

Winner Ruthie Speight The Pensacola Young Professionals has hired Speight as its executive director. Speight graduated from the University of West Florida with her bachelor’s degree in [...]

Outtakes—Expensive Workaround

Outtakes—Expensive Workaround

By Rick Outzen Escambia County officials cannot procure anything that costs $50,000 or more without the approval of the Board of County Commissioners. As with most rules, there is always a [...]

Winners & Losers 5/16/19

Winners & Losers 5/16/19

Winners Jayer Williamson GOPAC, a Republican political training organization, named the state representative to its 2019 Class of Emerging Leaders. The class is made up of promising legislators [...]

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