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Outtakes—Our American Heritage

Outtakes—Our American Heritage

The Pensacola has a rich, patriotic heritage, one the runs much deeper than the “Stars and Bars” of a Confederate flag. We are an American city that has played a major role in nearly every [...]

Winners & Losers 7/2/15

Winners & Losers 7/2/15

Winners Ashton Hayward Pensacola’s strong mayor joined the wave of conservative Republican leaders calling for the removal of Confederate flags from public property on June 25 when he ordered the [...]

Winners & Losers 6/25/15

Winners & Losers 6/25/15

Winners David M. Joyner The former Penn State athletic director is the new Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Andrews Institute. Dr. Joyner is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon [...]

Outtakes—Let Go Of The Past

Outtakes—Let Go Of The Past

In the wake of the shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, conservative South Carolina Republicans are joining their voices with those in the African-American community in calling for the [...]

Outttakes—A New CMPA Process

Outttakes—A New CMPA Process

Yet again the Community Maritime Park Associates and Pensacola City Council are dealing with another development proposal that has changed substantially since it was first presented. In January, [...]

Winners & Losers 6/18/15

Winners & Losers 6/18/15

Winners David Alexander III Mayor Ashton Hayward has nominated Alexander to serve as Pensacola’s next Chief of Police. If the Pensacola City Council approves this nomination, Alexander will [...]

Lost Inspiration

Lost Inspiration

By Rick Outzen Pensacola lost a special person on June 5 when Roger MacDonald passed away. I lost a friend and mentor. When Inweekly began its Martini Nights at the Global Grill in November [...]

Winners & Losers 6/11/15

Winners & Losers 6/11/15

Winners Edna Williams The Director of Children's Behavioral Health Services at Lakeview Center is the new chair of the Juvenile Justice Circuit One Advisory Board. Williams has worked at Lakeview [...]

Outtakes—Two Small Steps

Outtakes—Two Small Steps

By Rick Outzen We have talked and talked about Escambia County’s poverty and how it ripples through the community impacting public education, health, crime and economic development. Pensacola [...]

Winners & Losers 6/4/15

Winners & Losers 6/4/15

Winners Navy Federal Credit Union The Center for Generational Kinetic recognized the credit union as a “Best Place to Work for Millennials.” The list identifies companies that excel at [...]

Winners & Losers 5/28/15

Winners & Losers 5/28/15

Winners Leadership Pensacola The Pensacola Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) Class of 2015 recently unveiled its class project, LeaP This Way. The project enhanced downtown [...]

Outtakes—Six Summer Questions

Outtakes—Six Summer Questions

By Rick Outzen The local political scene tends to be quiet during June and July. However, we head into this summer with several questions. The answers will give us plenty of headlines for the rest [...]

Outtakes—Comrade Scott

Outtakes—Comrade Scott

By Rick Outzen For years, Gov. Rick Scott has known the federal Low Income Pool (LIP) program, which annually provides over $2 billion for the health care for low-income families across the state, [...]

Winners & Losers 5/21/15

Winners & Losers 5/21/15

Winners Jerome Shannon Pensacola Opera’s Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Maestro Jerome Shannon as the company’s new Executive Director. Shannon has been involved with the [...]

Outtakes—Sadly Not Surprised

Outtakes—Sadly Not Surprised

We aren’t giving our poor children a fighting chance to get out of poverty, according to a new study by Harvard professors Raj Chetty and Nathaniel Hendren. In Escambia County, by the time a poor [...]

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