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Outtakes—Unfinished Business

Outtakes—Unfinished Business

By Rick Outzen We had several big news stories in 2017, but three still remained unresolved, though I suspect some wish they would quietly go away before the 2018 elections. Pelicans G League [...]

Winners & Losers 12/28/17

Winners & Losers 12/28/17

Lisa Nellessen-Savage, executive editor of the Pensacola News Journal, believes that 2017 was the year of the people. People were engaged in local, state and national issues more than ever before. [...]

Winners & Losers 12/21/17

Winners & Losers 12/21/17

The greater Pensacola area is such a great place to live thanks to its passionate and compassionate residents. Here is our list of just a few unsung heroes that made 2017 special. Cindi [...]

Outtakes—Memorable Interviews

Outtakes—Memorable Interviews

By Rick Outzen Three years ago, News Talk 1370 WCOA asked if I would revive its iconic afternoon drive radio program "Pensacola Speaks," which had been dormant since host Luke McCoy retired in [...]

Outtakes—Return of the Mullets

Outtakes—Return of the Mullets

By Rick Outzen Recently a friend brought me a yellowed Pensacola News Journal dated Feb. 28, 1971. The newspaper had a historical series written by Pensacola historian W. B. Skinner. He wrote [...]

Winners & Losers 12/14/17

Winners & Losers 12/14/17

Winners Perfect Plain Brewing Co. The new downtown brewery sold 57,272 ounces of beer in its first four days during Thanksgiving week. Patrons loved their selections so much that Perfect Plain [...]

Winners & Losers 12/7/17

Winners & Losers 12/7/17

Winners Argie The University of West Florida has launched the first college virtual assistant in the state of Florida, Argie. The virtual assistant, named after UWF's mascot, engages admitted [...]

Outtakes—Big News Week

Outtakes—Big News Week

By Rick Outzen Traditionally the week after Thanksgiving is a slow news week. Reporters usually have to dig for interesting stories but not last week. On Wednesday, Nov. 29, a routine public [...]

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