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Winners & Losers 12/15/11

Winners & Losers 12/15/11

WINNERS QUINT & RISHY STUDER The couple had a big week. They announced mid-week, the Pensacola Business Challenge, a contest for entrepreneurs and business owners to win a business startup [...]

Winners & Losers 12/08/11

Winners & Losers 12/08/11

WINNERS MALCOLM THOMAS The Escambia County Superintendent of Schools has apparently seen the light and is sounding like he may take Lincoln Park Elementary off death row and not close the school [...]

Outtakes 12/08/11

Outtakes 12/08/11

TOUGH LESSONS Watching a Pensacola City Council meeting is a painful experience. We’re told that democracy can be messy, but the city fathers and mothers have taken messy to a new level. The most [...]

Winners & Losers 12/01/11

Winners & Losers 12/01/11

WINNERS SAM HALL The at-large Pensacola city councilman has resurrected his political career and was elected in a tight 5-4 vote by his peers to be the new council president. Hall took on the [...]

Outtakes 12/01/11

Outtakes 12/01/11

WHY OCCUPY Sean works retail. The 20-something is college educated, another one of Pensacola’s educated and underemployed workforce. He describes himself as an Occupy Pensacola sympathizer. Sean [...]

Outtakes 11/24/11

Outtakes 11/24/11

QUIET DIFFERENCE MAKER She was born on the Fourth of July in Evergreen, Ala. When she died on Sunday, Nov. 14, she had seen her children, more than a dozen grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren and [...]

Winners & Losers 11/24/11

Winners & Losers 11/24/11

WINNERS WILSON ROBERTSON The Escambia County Commissioner won’t have to worry about any ethics investigations interfering with his Thanksgiving holiday. The Florida Attorney General, Commission [...]

Winners & Losers 11/17/11

Winners & Losers 11/17/11

WINNERS JIMMY JONES The retired pediatric surgeon was recently named as an outstanding children’s surgeon in the state of Florida by the Children’s Medical Services. The Philip O. Lichtbau [...]

Outtakes 11/17/11

Outtakes 11/17/11

ILLEGAL CIVICS SYLLABUS Once upon a time, the most controversial high school subjects were sex education and evolution. The 2011 Florida Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott changed that with House Bill [...]

Outtakes 11/10/11

Outtakes 11/10/11

GUNS SHOULD BE THE PRIORITY The Escambia County Commission has been trying to figure out how to rid the area’s roadways of beggars since March 2007. Pensacola City Councilman John Jerralds wants [...]

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