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Keeping Everyone in the Boat

Keeping Everyone in the Boat

COMMISSIONER WORKS ON ALLOCATION OF RESTORATION DOLLARS by RICK OUTZEN Friday, July 15 marked one year since BP shut the leak caused by an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform off [...]

The Buzz 7/21/11

The Buzz 7/21/11

MACK ATTACKS Sometimes the most innocent requests can lead to melodrama, especially when it involves the city of Pensacola. The IN requested a copy of the alternative redistricting map that [...]

Rainmaker or Money Pit?

Rainmaker or Money Pit?

THE DEBATE OVER THE FUTURE OF THE PORT by RICK OUTZEN In recent weeks, the City of Pensacola has received two reports regarding the economic potential of the Port of Pensacola. Since 2005, the [...]

The Buzz 7/14/11

The Buzz 7/14/11

ALL IN THE FAMILY The husband of Escambia County Commissioner Marie Young’s longtime aide has been operating an illegal sand borrow, construction and demolition debris pit for at least two years, [...]

Voices From The Left

Voices From The Left

IN PUBLISHER SPENDS WEEK ON ED SCHULTZ RADIO SHOW by RICK OUTZEN In the heart of the reddest county in the state of Florida, a small band of progressives work tirelessly to get their message on [...]

The Buzz 7/7/11

The Buzz 7/7/11

WOODLANDS PROPOSALS REJECTED Mayor Ashton Hayward sent out on June 30 a letter to the architectural and engineering firms that bid on the Community Resource Center to be built in Woodland [...]

News of the Weird

News of the Weird

By Chuck Sheppard Top Gun: Todd Whitehurst may be the “father” of from 42 to 60 children, based on statistical probability that recognizes his virtuosity as a sperm donor, according to a June [...]

The Buzz 6/23/11

The Buzz 6/23/11

A BIGGER HEART Sacred Heart Health System President and CEO Laura Kaiser announced on June 14 that they will be building a 112-bed facility on their Pensacola campus for adult patients. Forty of the [...]

Open For All Businesses

Open For All Businesses

CITY EMBARKS ON DISPARITY STUDY by RICK OUTZEN Few will argue that economic disparities don’t exist in Pensacola between men and women, whites and African-Americans and other minorities. For [...]

The Buzz 6/16/11

The Buzz 6/16/11

SICK FISH? The tourists seem to be back. The beach is beautiful. The federal government has discontinued fishing closures, and the seafood is fine. “I can tell you, the fishing’s good,” [...]

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