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Outtakes 5/24/12

Outtakes 5/24/12

FOR WHOM THE FCAT BELL TOLLS Escambia County School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has a problem. The Florida Department of Education released last week his district’s FCAT writing scores for [...]

Winner & Losers 5/24/12

Winner & Losers 5/24/12

Winners P.C. Wu The Florida League of Cities recently honored Pensacola City Council Vice President P.C. Wu with the Defender of Home Rule Award during the Northwest Florida League of Cities’ [...]

Winners & Losers 5/17/12

Winners & Losers 5/17/12

Winners Brian Spencer It’s rare to get a Pensacola politician to admit to a mistake, even rarer for him to remedy the error. Pensacola Councilman Brian Spencer initially mishandled the Marine [...]

Outtakes 5/17/12

Outtakes 5/17/12

REALITY CHECK State education leaders had warned us that the new Florida Comprehensive Assessment Tests were tougher.  School superintendents told us that test scores and school grades might dip. [...]

The Buzz 5/10/12

The Buzz 5/10/12

CONNIE MACK ATTACK Congressman Connie Mack (R-Ft. Myers), who is running for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate, held a press conference on May 3 at a Raceway gas station on Nine Mile [...]

Winners & Losers 5/10/12

Winners & Losers 5/10/12

WINNERS Tim Wyrosdick The Santa Rosa County Superintendent of Schools has been cleared by the State Attorney’s Office of allegations by his political opponent that the superintendent had violated [...]

Outtakes 5/10/12

Outtakes 5/10/12

WHY WE EXIST Newspapers are about people. Our primary obligation is to reach you and tell your story and the stories of those who work, live and serve in your community.  We provoke thought, connect [...]

Winners & Losers 5/3/12

Winners & Losers 5/3/12

WINNERS Jeffrey Pribble The Escambia High School teacher is one of five finalists chosen to compete for the 2013 Macy’s/Florida Department of Education Teacher of the Year Award. Pribble [...]

Viewpoint 5/3/12

Viewpoint 5/3/12

Don't Call Me Biscuit: The Name Game By Quincy “Q” Hull In “Romeo and Juliet,” William Shakespeare posed the question “What’s in a name?”  Millions of us who are descended from [...]

Outtakes 5/3/12

Outtakes 5/3/12

STIFLING THE REGULATORS Al Armendariz, a top Environmental Protection Agency official for his Region 6, which includes New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana, has resigned over a [...]

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