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Pioneering Biologist to Speak at UWF

Pioneering Biologist to Speak at UWF

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite This month marks the 15th year the University of West Florida holds its annual Women’s Studies Conference, and the guest speaker is like none before. Dr. Anne [...]

College Baseball A Home Run

College Baseball A Home Run

By Steve Barnes Over the first weekend of March, the baseball teams from Auburn, Michigan State, Southern Mississippi and Troy University each earned a measure of success in the third annual Cox [...]

Temple Beth El Renovates for Next Generation

Temple Beth El Renovates for Next Generation

By Duwayne Escobedo Rodney Rich says he remembers getting a phone call nearly two years ago that the patchwork kitchen at Temple Beth El had “finally bit the dust.” That led to Rich, the [...]

Criminal Justice System and the Mentally Ill

Criminal Justice System and the Mentally Ill

By Duwayne Escobedo In Florida, jails are the new mental health asylums. However, many working in the justice system and in mental health care realize a jail cannot take the place of a mental [...]

How Candidates Manipulate You

How Candidates Manipulate You

By Rick Outzen The race to the Republican presidential nomination has been filled with so much finger pointing, hit pieces and personal attacks that one might think this was an Escambia County [...]

The Buzz 3/10/16

The Buzz 3/10/16

Drive-Thru Coffee Comes to Downtown Just a few years ago, downtown residents were complaining about the smell of the ECUA Wastewater Plant on Main Street, what Inweekly referred to as the “Poot [...]

After the Storm

After the Storm

On Feb. 23, our community was struck by the second tornado in eight days. Escambia County and the City of Pensacola have posted their damage assessments and instructions for debris pick-up, building [...]

The Buzz 3/3/16

The Buzz 3/3/16

Failure to Communicate, Again Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers told Inweekly that City Administrator Eric Olson had no idea that city residents had any damage from the Tuesday tornado until she [...]

Quint Studer: Leading Change

Quint Studer: Leading Change

By Rick Outzen On March 1, Quint Studer kicks off his retirement from the company he founded, Studer Group, with a free community workshop to be held at WSRE’s Jean & Paul Amos Performance [...]

Kraher Eager to Please Council Members

Kraher Eager to Please Council Members

By Duwayne Escobedo In his first five months as the Pensacola City Council executive, Don Kraher has learned a few lessons about being effective in the controversial and newly-created [...]

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