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Don’t Ask How the Maritime Sausage Is Made

Don’t Ask How the Maritime Sausage Is Made

By Rick Outzen Butchers never recommend watching how the sausage is made. It’s best to enjoy the pork links oblivious to the process and actual components. Otherwise, no one would ever eat [...]

The Buzz 6/25/15

The Buzz 6/25/15

Honoring Molly McGuire On Tuesday, June 23, friends and family of the late Molly McGuire Martin gathered at Pensacola State College for the announcement of the Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed [...]

Welcome to the RESTORE Proposal Portal

Welcome to the RESTORE Proposal Portal

By Jeremy Morrison It’s out there. Always just over the horizon. An undefined amount, to be determined at an unknown time. But eventually it will come. The big payday. The other end of the [...]

Parenting Made Simple

Parenting Made Simple

By Shelby Smithey Best-selling author Kim John Payne believes that a simple approach to parenting in a fast-paced world can help to address discipline problems with children. Payne, an [...]

Making Escambia County Even Better

Making Escambia County Even Better

An Interview with Administrator Jack Brown By Rick Outzen On Friday, Jack Brown sat at his conference table on the fourth floor of the Ernie Lee Magaha Governmental Building ready to talk about [...]

Newpoint Update: Allegations and Teacher Firings elsewhere

Newpoint Update: Allegations and Teacher Firings elsewhere

By Rick Outzen On June 8, the 21st Century Academy of Pensacola board voted 4-0, with Tracy Adcock absent, not to appeal the notices of termination for two of its three charter schools, Newpoint [...]

The Buzz 6/11/15

The Buzz 6/11/15

Silver Shovel International Paper helped Enterprise Florida, the state’s principal economic development organization, win Area Development magazine’s Silver Shovel award for significant job [...]

The Buzz 6/3/15

The Buzz 6/3/15

Rolling Hills Closed Friday, May 29 wasn’t a good day for the owners of Rolling Hills Construction and Demolition Recycling Center, the dump that has plagued the residents of the Wedgewood [...]

Sacred Heart CEO Discusses LIP

Sacred Heart CEO Discusses LIP

By Rick Outzen Florida Legislature convened on Monday for a special session to approve the state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. Providing health care coverage for 800,000 uninsured [...]

Alachua County Bans Together for Education

Alachua County Bans Together for Education

By Duwayne Escobedo When a normally “A” or “B” public school system receives a “C” two years in a row, what should business, education and government leaders do? In Alachua County, [...]

American Dream Out Of Reach For Our Poor

American Dream Out Of Reach For Our Poor

y T.S. Strickland It’s a truism that the grass is always greener on the other side. But for kids growing up poor in Escambia County, the future really does look brighter just about anywhere else [...]

The Buzz 5/28/15

The Buzz 5/28/15

The Voice For Business Clay Ingram, president and CEO of the Greater Pensacola Chamber, said on “Pensacola Speaks” that the chamber will become an advocate for local businesses. “The [...]

Ax Falls On Newpoint

Ax Falls On Newpoint

By Rick Outzen The Escambia County School Board voted on May 19 to terminate the charter contracts of Newpoint Pensacola High and Newpoint Academy, each by a 4-1 vote. The board unanimously agreed [...]

Telling a city’s story one voice at a time

Telling a city’s story one voice at a time

By Shelby Smithey Voices of Pensacola, a multicultural center opened through a partnership between the University of West Florida Historic Trust and Gulf Power in October, is on the cusp of [...]

The Buzz 5/21/15

The Buzz 5/21/15

Hammering Out Healthcare Florida Senator Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) is hopeful that the Florida House and Senate will hammer out a budget in June. The biggest sticking point is how the state will [...]

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