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Outtakes 10.28

Outtakes 10.28

SURVIVAL OF HOPE Recently I had a heated discussion with a friend over the future of America and whether Americans are too stupid to ever improve. His arguments mirror the prevailing thought of these [...]

Winners & Losers 10.28

Winners & Losers 10.28

Winners IMPACT 100 This philanthropic organization composed of women from Escambia and Santa Rosa counties recently handed out five $114,000 grants to local non-profits. This year’s recipients [...]

Outtakes 10.21

Outtakes 10.21

WHAT IF As the November 2010 Election Day approaches, Pensacola is firmly entrenched as the economic engine of the Gulf Coast. The hope and dreams that its citizens had for the past decade exceeded [...]

Winners & Losers 10.21

Winners & Losers 10.21

Not everything fits easily into a Best of The Coast category. We had to come up with a few more to fulfill our political itch. BEST INTERIM: LARRY NEWSOM This interim county administrator faced [...]

Rants & Raves 10.21

BP LESSONS BP has another deepwater rig named Atlantis which, believe it or not, is in even deeper water than Deepwater Horizon and has a similar record. Just short of six months after the BP oil [...]

Outtakes 10.14

Outtakes 10.14

PANDORA’S BOX Last week, we published an article on the Envision Escarosa debacle (Independent News, “United We Fail,” Oct. 7). I believe the failure of community leaders to embrace the goals [...]

Rant & Rave 10.14

Rant & Rave 10.14

LOVE THE IN Just a few words to tell you how much I enjoy your paper. I really enjoy the news briefs, Rick’s editorial, whatever lead story you have and, just like eating a dessert, I save my [...]

Winners & Losers 10.14

Winners & Losers 10.14

Nearly 25 years separate the two candidates for Pensacola’s first strong mayor. Mike Wiggins graduated from Pensacola High School in the early 1960s, and Ashton Hayward got his diploma from [...]

Outtakes 10.07

Outtakes 10.07

LIBRARY LIMBO The City of Pensacola will get a new downtown public library by June 2011. A 16,000-square-foot addition will be built on the site of the old Spring Street fire station and will be [...]

Winners & Losers 10.07

Winners & Losers 10.07

Winners TROY BROWN The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office missing persons investigator was assigned the case of Tia McShane, age 11, who hadn’t been seen for years. The child was restricted to a [...]

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