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Viewpoint: The Gentle Giant

Viewpoint: The Gentle Giant

The Untold Story of Jail Blast By JD Sjoberg *Publishers Note:  The voices missing from investigation into the April 30 explosion at the Central Booking and Detention Center are those of the [...]

Outtakes—Compelling News

Outtakes—Compelling News

The daily newspaper published on Sunday, Jan. 4 its editorial plan for 2015. The News Journal will focus on education, storm water improvements and infrastructure side of public safety, such as [...]

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners & Losers 1/8/15

Winners Doug Underhill State Attorney Bill Eddins announced on New Year’s Eve that his office’s review of a complaint against Escambia County Commissioner Underhill v had determined that such [...]

Outtakes— Improving My Craft

Outtakes— Improving My Craft

At the age of 57, I still have so much to learn. The past year I worked hard to perfect my writing. Though I will always be plagued with typos, I did a better job of developing my craft. My hatred [...]

Winners & Losers 1/2/15

Winners & Losers 1/2/15

Winners Sacred Heart Hospital March of Dimes and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recognized Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola for reducing the number of early elective [...]

Winners & Losers 12/26/14

Winners & Losers 12/26/14

Finally, the Winners & Losers department of the Inweekly news and entertainment empire got into the holiday spirit. They wanted everyone to end 2014 with happy thoughts, so they brought forward [...]

Outtakes—On the Cusp

Outtakes—On the Cusp

We are nearing the halfway mark of the second decade of the 21st century. The first half of the last decade, we struggled to overcome three hurricanes, a real estate downturn and corruption that [...]

Winners & Losers 12/18/14

Winners & Losers 12/18/14

Winners Grover Robinson The Escambia County Commissioner bravely brought forth to his board a discussion of the Confederate battle flag being flown at the Pensacola Bay Center. Nearly 15 years [...]

Outtakes—The Lunacy of Torture

Outtakes—The Lunacy of Torture

We have known for the past 10 years that our government tortured prisoners in our war against terrorism. Our leaders told us that these were bad men, unworthy of the rights granted under the Geneva [...]

Outtakes—Man in the Mirror

Outtakes—Man in the Mirror

The April 30 explosion of the Central Booking and Detention Facility killed two men, paralyzed another and injured another 173 people. None of it should have happened. Some have downplayed the [...]

Winners & Losers 12/4/14

Winners & Losers 12/4/14

Winners Jini Curry The National Collegiate Honors Council recently named University of West Florida student Jini Curry its Student of the Year. Curry, a senior biochemistry major, is a Kugelman [...]

Outtakes—Time to Heal

Outtakes—Time to Heal

By Rick Outzen Racism is not a politically correct topic. Most whites want to deny it still exists in Northwest Florida. When African-American leaders bring it up, then they are dismissed. When a [...]

Winners & Losers 11/28/14

Winners & Losers 11/28/14

Winners Ronald Jackson The president of Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund has been named chairman of the Board of Directors of PKF North America for 2015. PKF North America is a leading association [...]

Outtakes—Suffering Continues

Outtakes—Suffering Continues

Willie Lawrence, a World War II and Korean War veteran, was out of breath when walked up to the podium, as was Lafanette Soles-Woods when she also took the same long steps from her seat in the [...]

Outtakes—A Not So Simple Plan

Outtakes—A Not So Simple Plan

It was a simple plan. It had buy-in from Mayor Ashton Hayward, Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas and Sheriff David Morgan. The county would provide nominal seed money, the majority of it [...]

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