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Councilman Takes District to School

Councilman Takes District to School

By Jeremy Morrison Throwing emotions onto the table so late in the Pensacola City Council meeting made them seem especially raw. The sentiment, however, would have been just as jarring any [...]

Black & White – Supporting Documents

Black & White – Supporting Documents

Here are a few of the reports that we used for our cover story: Economic Profile Spreadsheet for UWF Haas Center Health Profile Florida Department of Health Report Education [...]

Florida’s Last Stand? Or, Drilling Holes in the Sunshine

Florida’s Last Stand? Or, Drilling Holes in the Sunshine

By Jeremy Morrison It’s been a busy year, so far. Tough to keep up with, even. It makes Julie Wraithmell dizzy. “I’m at a point in our legislative session where my adrenal gland has about [...]

The Black Man and the Klan

The Black Man and the Klan

Daryl Davis’ Foray into the KKK By Jeremy Morrison Once the meetings had been arranged, there was only one thing left to do. Show up. “And I’d show up and knock on their door and, of [...]

The Buzz 2/16/12

The Buzz 2/16/12

D.C. REALITY, G.C. CALAMITY It was supposed to be a home run. Forecasts had the RESTORE Act sailing through the house and senate unopposed. As of late last month U.S. Congressman Jeff Miller [...]

Hayward in the Hot Seat

Hayward in the Hot Seat

By Rick Outzen To get Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward to sit still for an interview is a challenge. The man is perpetual motion. His phone rings and vibrates constantly from phone calls, text [...]

UWF’s Big Deal Idea

UWF’s Big Deal Idea

By Jeremy Morrison When Judy Bense talks about the future of the University of West Florida, her voice punches the words with excitement. She’s ready. The UWF president believes the [...]

The Buzz 2/9/12

The Buzz 2/9/12

LAST CALL? Pensacola officials are looking at a lawsuit against the owners of Tom, Ann, Buddy’s. The corner bar has earned a nefarious reputation over the years and, more importantly in this case, [...]

Campaign Circus Comes to Town

Campaign Circus Comes to Town

Romney Keeps it Light as Gingrich Delves into the Dark by Jeremy Morrison The foul stench was getting worse. It was the kind of smell that could only come from a few hundred people in winter [...]

The Buzz 2/2/12

The Buzz 2/2/12

WAHOOS VIEW The crisp winter views bouncing around in the stadium at Maritime Park are brilliant. Sunlit diamonds swim in the bay and green grass covers the infield. On Jan. 27, a large crane lifted [...]

A Peek in the Petri Dish

A Peek in the Petri Dish

Federal Study Visits Florida, Explores Oil Spill Health Impacts By Jeremy Morrison He isn’t just dealing with a mysterious cough or unexplainable skin irritations. Orvind Johnson doesn’t have [...]

The Buzz 1/26/12

The Buzz 1/26/12

EDATE When Florida voters go to the polls Jan. 31, they will be asked to make a decision on EDATE. But, what exactly is this acronym? “When you grab someone off the street and say ‘EDATE,’ [...]

Leading the Way for Pensacola

Leading the Way for Pensacola

‘John Maxwell Live’ Inspires Hope By Jennie McKeon It’s a day for leadership, something that any city could use more of. Monday, Jan. 23, best-selling author John Maxwell and special [...]

The Buzz 1/19/12

The Buzz 1/19/12

DIRTY SMURFS Escambia County officials have no interest in seeing a recycling center on a collection of remediated Superfund sites. They also don’t want to see any little blue men on the [...]

Dancing on a Pipeline

Dancing on a Pipeline

Who Will Provide Natural Gas to Pensacola Beach? By Jeremy Morrison Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer rattled off rapid-fire Spanish, before clarifying the translation: Danza de la Muerte, or [...]

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