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Criminal Justice Reform Debated

Criminal Justice Reform Debated

By Duwayne Escobedo The young defendant told Escambia County Circuit Court Judge Tom Dannheisser he has “nobody to look up to.” “I want to make something of my life, but people just down [...]

News of the Weird 2/2/17

News of the Weird 2/2/17

By Chuck Shepherd Work of a Researcher "Field work is always challenging," explained Courtney Marneweck of South Africa's University of KwaZulu-Natal in a recent journal article, but studying the [...]

The Buzz 2/2/17

The Buzz 2/2/17

Less Than Transparent International Paper’s media tour and “Community Open House” fell short of expectations. The media tour consisted of an hour-long driving tour to see how contractors [...]

News of the Weird 1/26/17

News of the Weird 1/26/17

By Chuck Shepherd Suspicions Confirmed Schools' standardized tests are often criticized as harmfully rigid, and in the latest version of the Texas Education Agency's STAAR test, poet Sara Holbrook [...]

The Buzz 1/26/17

The Buzz 1/26/17

Protecting BP Funds State Rep. Frank White (R-Pensacola) had his first meeting of the Select Committee on Triumph Gulf Coast, the non-profit organization formed by law in 2011. The organization was [...]

Winners & Losers 1/26/17

Winners & Losers 1/26/17

Winners Pensacola Women’s March An estimated crowd of over 2,000 people braved rain and tornado warnings to march in downtown Pensacola a day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated. The [...]

Rising Stars 2017

Rising Stars 2017

Photos by Greg Riegler To keep young talent in our community, Inweekly believes we must nurture, mentor and recognize it. Young leaders are the lifeblood of any dynamic, prosperous [...]

Calendar 1/26/17

Calendar 1/26/17

THURSDAY 1.26 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 [...]

Outtakes—Getting Our Hands Dirty

Outtakes—Getting Our Hands Dirty

By Rick Outzen In his first official briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer misstated facts when he chastised the media on their reporting of the size of the inauguration [...]

Providing a Pathway for Change

Providing a Pathway for Change

Phillip Carrier became the newest former inmate to successfully complete the Pathways for Change court-ordered addiction treatment program. During the rigorous, 18-month program, his father died, [...]

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