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Outtakes—Let ‘em Go

Outtakes—Let ‘em Go

By Rick Outzen Grover Robinson has been mayor for nearly three months. He has hired a city administrator, Chris Holley from Okaloosa County, and a city attorney, Susan Woolf, who worked as [...]

Winners & Losers 2/21/19

Winners & Losers 2/21/19

Winners Sunday’s Child The nonprofit, which is focused on promoting acceptance and contributions of the LGBTQ community, has announced it will give away $106,000 in grants this year. The record [...]

Outtakes—Religious Freedom

Outtakes—Religious Freedom

By Rick Outzen The U.S. Supreme Court made a bad decision last week when it allowed the state of Alabama to discriminate based on religion. On Thursday, Feb. 8, Alabama executed a Muslim inmate [...]

Winners & Losers 2/14/19

Winners & Losers 2/14/19

Winners Grover Robinson The mayor of Pensacola had to pick up the pieces of Project Titan and cobble together funding to create an aircraft maintenance campus at the Pensacola International [...]

Outtakes—Vindictive Politics

Outtakes—Vindictive Politics

By Rick Outzen Last week, Inweekly broke the news that former Mayor Ashton Hayward last October settled the discrimination lawsuits filed by Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe [...]

Winners & Losers 2/7/19

Winners & Losers 2/7/19

Winners Eduardo Sanchez-Padilla Hospital Corpsman First Class Eduardo Sanchez-Padilla was recently awarded the Purple Heart at a ceremony at the National Naval Aviation Museum at Naval Air Station [...]

Winners & Losers 1/3/19

Winners & Losers 1/3/19

Winners Caroline Buechner The Santa Rosa Education Foundation Teacher of the Year Selection Committee named the choral music educator at Navarre High School the Santa Rosa Teacher of the Year 2020. [...]

Outtakes—Breaking His Silence

Outtakes—Breaking His Silence

By Rick Outzen When he heard about our cover story on the settlement of his lawsuit, former Fire Chief Matt Schmitt agreed to do his first interview since he was placed on administrative leave on [...]

Winners & Losers 1/24/19

Winners & Losers 1/24/19

Winners Clay Ingram It didn’t take long for the former Florida representative to return to politics. Governor Ron DeSantis has appointed Ingram, who has served as the Greater Pensacola [...]

Outtakes—Trail to the Blues Marker

Outtakes—Trail to the Blues Marker

By Rick Outzen Last Friday, the Mississippi Blues Commission recognized the blues contributions of Pensacola with the unveiling of its 203rd Mississippi Blues Trail Marker at the corner of Belmont [...]

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