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Outtakes—The Greedy Partner

Outtakes—The Greedy Partner

A few years ago, I was looking into the business dealings of a man who had passed away. Several of his former business partners told me he was always great at the beginning of a business deal, but [...]

Winners & Losers 12/05/13

Winners & Losers 12/05/13

Winners FamiliesFirst Network of Lakeview The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption has awarded a $70,000 grant to FamiliesFirst Network of Lakeview. The money will be used to find forever families [...]

Outtakes—Small Town Hero

Outtakes—Small Town Hero

The memorial service was a simple, small town affair at the Lewis Funeral Home in Milton. Friends and family gathered to comfort his wife of 44 years, children and grandchildren and to share stories. [...]

Winners & Losers 11/29/13

Winners & Losers 11/29/13

Winners Amy Miller Once approved by the Pensacola City Council, Miller will become the first female Port Director for the City of Pensacola since its inception, dating back to the mid-1700s. She [...]

Winners & Losers 11.21.13

Winners & Losers 11.21.13

Winners Blue Wahoos The Pensacola Blue Wahoos and their home stadium in downtown Pensacola have been awarded national recognition for the entire baseball experience the team and its staff [...]

Outtakes: How Do You Like Us Now?

Outtakes: How Do You Like Us Now?

by Rick Outzen Last year, Escambia County Commissioner Wilson Robertson blasted the local media declaring we were the worst enemy of the county. Most of his ire was directed at the Pensacola News [...]

Winners & Losers 11/14/13

Winners & Losers 11/14/13

Winners Lumon May The Escambia County Commissioner came to the rescue of Gulf Coast Veterans Advocacy Council. After the city of Pensacola passed the buck on helping the volunteer organization [...]

Outtakes—Casinos: A Bad Bet

Outtakes—Casinos: A Bad Bet

The Florida Legislature is looking at rewriting our laws regulating gambling. Some feel that the lawmakers will be enticed to open the door for Las Vegas-style casinos to come into the state. For [...]

Viewpoint: Son of a Sailor Man

Viewpoint: Son of a Sailor Man

by Edwin Banacia It’s easy to feel guilty about our innate sense of American exceptionalism. And although the term doesn’t necessarily define a national superiority complex, it’s not a [...]

Winners & Losers 11/07/13

Winners & Losers 11/07/13

Winners Pat Young The president of The Arc Gateway has been sworn in as president of The Arc of Florida. Pat's focus will be to bring state attention to the needs of those with intellectual and [...]

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