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Calendar 8/4/16

Calendar 8/4/16

THURSDAY 8.4 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

Winners & Losers 8/4/16

Winners & Losers 8/4/16

Winners Four Seasons Catering & Eatery This restaurant is the first business in downtown Pensacola to offer free drinks to Pokémon Go players. Charles Mielke and Kelly Greene, owners of Four [...]

Zika Virus Hits Florida

Zika Virus Hits Florida

By Rick Outzen On Aug. 1, Gov. Rick Scott announced the state is asking for additional help from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after 10 more people were believed to have [...]

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

By Jennifer Leigh The Sunday's Child annual meeting on June 26 was bittersweet. The 2-year-old nonprofit organization had recently awarded $35,500 to two local organizations, The Beacon and [...]

Cool, Calm, Cultured

Cool, Calm, Cultured

In case you hadn't figured it out yet, 2016 is shaping up to be the hottest year on record. Both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have confirmed it and based on the sweat [...]

Mary Petty Lives On

Mary Petty Lives On

By Jennifer Leigh The newest exhibit at Pensacola Museum of Art features the work of The New Yorker illustrator and cartoonist Mary Petty. The self-taught artist produced 273 drawings and 38 [...]

Rubio Talks Politics

Rubio Talks Politics

By Rick Outzen U.S. Senator Marco Rubio made an official stop in Pensacola to discuss the renovation of the federal courthouse with Federal Judge Casey Rodgers. Before heading to visit Elgin AFB, [...]

Smart Florida Justice

Smart Florida Justice

By Rick Outzen For the past several years, smart justice has been a focus for the non-partisan, independent research institute, Florida TaxWatch. Why? “We're not getting a return on our [...]

News of the Weird 7/28/16

News of the Weird 7/28/16

By Chuck Shepherd Trompe l'Oeil Jungle A conservation biologist at Australia's University of New South Wales said in July that his team was headed to Botswana to paint eyeballs on cows' rear ends. [...]

The Buzz 7/28/16

The Buzz 7/28/16

No Gas Bucks For City The Escambia Board of County Commissioners did not approve the revised interlocal agreement on the local option gas tax that the Pensacola City Council passed. On July 14, [...]

Outtakes—Systems Not More Speeches

Outtakes—Systems Not More Speeches

By Rick Outzen School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas recently encouraged his administrators, principals and teachers to aim higher. Using what he read from the book “Mindset: The New Psychology [...]

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