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Calendar 9/15/16

Calendar 9/15/16

THURSDAY 9.15 EMERALD COAST BUSINESS LEADERS 7:30-9 a.m. Networking for business leaders. Guests welcome. Ever'man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. everman.org WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. [...]

Chaos on the Seventh Floor

Chaos on the Seventh Floor

By Rick Outzen and Duwayne Escobedo Something is wrong inside the Mayor's Office. Since midway through Mayor Ashton Hayward's first term, turnover has been the norm in city department, which [...]

Evan McMullin: White House Longshot

Evan McMullin: White House Longshot

By Rick Outzen The conservative wing of the Republican Party isn't necessarily ready to hand over the reins of its party to Donald Trump. On Aug. 10 in Salt Lake City, Evan McMullin, a former [...]

Outtakes—Ballsy Rescue Plan

Outtakes—Ballsy Rescue Plan

By Rick Outzen Mayor Ashton Hayward learned last week that more than half of his constituents rated his job performance as only fair or poor, according to the 2016 Quality of Life Survey. In [...]

Winners & Losers 9/15/16

Winners & Losers 9/15/16

Winners Jeffrey Lewis The Pensacola attorney has been appointed to the First Judicial Circuit bench. Gov. Rick Scott's office announced the move last month. The circuit covers Escambia, Santa [...]

News of the Weird 9/15/16

News of the Weird 9/15/16

By Chuck Shepherd What Goes Around, Comes Around One of the Islamic State's first reforms in captured territory has been to require adult women to dress devoutly—including the face-covering [...]

The Buzz 9/15/16

The Buzz 9/15/16

Profitable To Serve Since he took office in January 2011, Mayor Ashton Hayward has appointed four city administrators. Bill Reynolds started work in August 2011. Colleen Castille replaced Reynolds in [...]

All Too Surreal

All Too Surreal

By Shelby Smithey Few artists evoke as much grandiose and eccentric imagery as Spanish Surrealist painter Salvador Dali. As one of the forefathers of the art movement Surrealism, his work was [...]

News of the Weird 9/8/16

News of the Weird 9/8/16

By Chuck Shepherd Compelling Explanations Lame: (1) Steven Scholz was sued for $255,000 in Oregon City, Oregon, in July after he allegedly fired on a family's house (15 gunshots) and traumatized [...]

The Buzz 9/8/16

The Buzz 9/8/16

Helipad Safety The Escambia Board of County Commissioners voted 4-1 on Sept. 1 to implement a safety stand-down of the helipad that sits atop the Perdido Key Fire Station. Commissioner Doug Underhill [...]

Winners & Losers 9/8/16

Winners & Losers 9/8/16

Winners Martin D. Holley The Auxiliary Bishop of Washington D.C. and an advocate of minority issues has been appointed the new Bishop of Memphis, Tenn. by Pope Francis. Holley graduated from Tate [...]

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