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Sixty Years Of Service

Sixty Years Of Service

BAPTIST HEALTH CARE CELEBRATES MILESTONE BY Catrina Hebert For the past 60 years, Baptist Health Care has been providing Northwest Florida and South Alabama superior service based on Christian [...]

One World, Many Stories

One World, Many Stories

A Summer Reading Club for Kids and Teens By Lewis Stockham Summer is here. The kids and teenagers are out of school. If you’re a parent, you’re looking for enjoyable and interesting things [...]

Health Talk: Mark R. Thiele, M.D.

Health Talk: Mark R. Thiele, M.D.

Health Talk: Mark R. Thiele, M.D., Baptist Medical Group Family Medicine, Medical Park Nine Mile This month, IN caught up with Dr. Mark Thiele. Here, the Sommerville, New Jersey native talks about [...]

Winners & Losers 6/23/11

Winners & Losers 6/23/11

Winners RON SWANSON Gov. Rick Scott has appointed Judge Swanson to replace Peter D. Webster on the First District Court of Appeal. Swanson has served on the First Judicial Circuit Court since 2003 [...]

Art Night on the Bayfront

Art Night on the Bayfront

Jaco’s Bayfront Bar and Grille Gives Artists a Venue With a View By Jennie McKeon What’s the difference between Art Night on the Bayfront and Gallery Night? “It’s calm,” said David [...]

Community Outreach 6/16/11

Community Outreach 6/16/11

Restore 2020: The Boys and Men Project "Restore 2020: The Boys and Men Project" is sponsoring in conjunction with Believer's Life Center a workshop for males between the ages of 16 to 25. The event [...]

The King of the Surf Guitar

The King of the Surf Guitar

Dick Dale plays Vinyl Music Hall By Kate Peterson Dick Dale has been wowing audiences with his searing guitar sound for over 50 years. He has 11 albums to date and is currently working on a [...]

The Last Word—Melissa Willis

The Last Word—Melissa Willis

Melissa Willis MS Clinical Mental Health, Santa Rosa Counseling Center, LLC What is your chief characteristic? I’ve prayed for wisdom since I was a very young girl. I wouldn’t say I’ve [...]

News of the Weird 6/16/11

News of the Weird 6/16/11

By Chuck Sheppard A 53-year-old man with failing eyesight and who had recently undergone intestinal surgery told Sonoma, Calif., police that on Sunday afternoon, May 1, a woman had come to his [...]

The Buzz 6/16/11

The Buzz 6/16/11

SICK FISH? The tourists seem to be back. The beach is beautiful. The federal government has discontinued fishing closures, and the seafood is fine. “I can tell you, the fishing’s good,” [...]

The Sky Is The Limit

The Sky Is The Limit

REPORT EXAMINES GULF COAST AEROSPACE CORRIDOR BY By Gulf Coast Reporters' League Any region that wants jobs with good wages and a secure future drools at the prospect of having a piece of the [...]

Outtakes 6/16/11

Outtakes 6/16/11

BLUE ANGEL HONOR One of the most difficult things a person can do is walk away from something he loves. Commander Dave Koss did just that when he voluntarily stepped down last month as leader of the [...]

Hot Times 6/16/11

Hot Times 6/16/11

THURSDAY 6.16 ART ART CLASS AT PAINTING WITH A TWIST 6-9 p.m. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture step by step that you will take home. 16 years and older. [...]

Facelift for Hopjacks

Facelift for Hopjacks

Downtown Favorite Gets Renovated By Lewis Stockham If you love great food and drink, then you’ve probably been to Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen & Taproom. There is always a great crowd of people [...]

Rant & Rave 6/16/11

Rant & Rave 6/16/11

DIVERSITY IS GOOD BUSINESS In Pensacola the minority population is about 40% (approximately 33.5% African American, 2.9% Hispanic, 2.4% Asian, and 1% Native American). However, the minority [...]

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