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New House Speaker Challenges Local Officials

New House Speaker Challenges Local Officials

By Rick Outzen For years, people have said that lobbyists run the Florida Legislature—writing bills, rewarding those lawmakers who support their causes, and punishing those who don't. Richard [...]

The Buzz 11/24/16

The Buzz 11/24/16

For Whom the Bridge Tolls The people spoke up and the Escambia Board of County Commissioners listened. The toll booths on Pensacola Beach will not become fully automated until more input is received [...]

News of the Weird 11/24/16

News of the Weird 11/24/16

By Chuck Shepherd Future of Travel Australian aviator David Mayman has promised investors that his personal jet packs will hit the market by mid-2017, though early adopters will pay about $250,000 [...]

Gentlemen Prefer Whiskey

Gentlemen Prefer Whiskey

By Shelby Smithey Like something from the pages of Faulkner, or from the dark corners of McCarthy's imagination, Colonel Gentleman and the Intangible Fancies blend traditional styles of folk and [...]

Calendar 11/24/15

Calendar 11/24/15

THURSDAY 11.24 THANKSGIVING AT FIVE SISTERS BLUES CAFÉ $21.95 for adults and $12.95 for children 12 and under. Five Sisters Blues Café, 421 W. Belmont St. fivesistersbluescafe.com THANKSGIVING AT [...]

“A Language of the Times”

“A Language of the Times”

Rachael Pongetti and The Pensacola Graffiti Bridge Project By C. S. Satterwhite Most cities approach graffiti in one of two ways: they criminalize it or they embrace it. But is there a third way? [...]

The Art of Adoption

The Art of Adoption

By Jennifer Leigh You never know when a picture might change your life. This is especially true for children waiting to meet their forever families through FamiliesFirst Network (FFN) of [...]

News of the Weird 11/17/16

News of the Weird 11/17/16

By Chuck Shepherd Democracy in Action While "democracy" in most of America means electing representatives to run government, on Nov. 8 in San Francisco it also expected voters to decide 43 often [...]

Bergosh Expects Smooth Transition

Bergosh Expects Smooth Transition

By Rick Outzen A familiar face will take over Escambia County District 1 commission seat. Republican Jeff Bergosh, who has spent the past decade serving the same district on the Escambia County [...]

Holley Steps Down After 44 Years

Holley Steps Down After 44 Years

By Duwayne Escobedo Janet Holley gets up from her desk and pulls out a scrapbook. The large, thick maroon binder chronicles her first days in 1973 with the Escambia County Tax Collector as a clerk [...]

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