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SYSA ‘Fills the Gap’

SYSA ‘Fills the Gap’

By Duwayne Escobedo Terrell Hankins wasn't the greatest athlete to come out of the Southern Youth Sports Association (SYSA). He knows that. But he had smarts. His goal every year in SYSA was to [...]

Living Under Threats

Living Under Threats

By Duwayne Escobedo Rob Mendoza came to Atlanta in 1998 to create a “better future, a better life.” Today, he is a small local business owner. He runs both housekeeping and construction [...]

Ken Ford Honored

Ken Ford Honored

By Rick Outzen The Florida Inventors Hall of Fame announced last week that the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition co-founder and CEO Ken Ford is among the eight inventors who will [...]

The Buzz 3/30/17

The Buzz 3/30/17

Traffic Priority for New Bridge Susan Woolf is already in the process of moving from Gulf Breeze to Pensacola to avoid future traffic snarls during the construction of the new six-lane Pensacola Bay [...]

Graham Hopes To Break GOP Stronghold

Graham Hopes To Break GOP Stronghold

By Rick Outzen Former Congresswoman Gwen Graham believes Florida is ready for a change. The daughter of former U.S. Senator and Governor Bob Graham is considered a frontrunner for the Democratic [...]

Facing the Public

Facing the Public

By Rick Outzen The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners is not intimidated to hold town hall meetings. All four commissioners meet regularly with their constituents face-to-face in school [...]

The Buzz 3/23/17

The Buzz 3/23/17

No Balkanization State Rep. Frank White told Inweekly he doesn't support Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward's request that the Triumph funds be allocated to counties and cities in Northwest [...]

Corcoran Faces the Tiger

Corcoran Faces the Tiger

By Rick Outzen Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran isn't afraid to take unpopular stands that challenge Gov. Rick Scott. And he did not shy away from the opportunity to speak before the [...]

Conference Brings Together Feminists and an Astronaut

Conference Brings Together Feminists and an Astronaut

By C. S. Satterwhite After orbiting the planet several times, logging over 1200 hours of space flight, U.S. Navy Captain Wendy Lawrence returned safely to Earth knowing full well several of her [...]

Keeping Escambia County Schools Safe

Keeping Escambia County Schools Safe

By Duwayne Escobedo If you want any information about what is happening in your children's schools, you'll have to ask them or another informed parent. Don't expect the Escambia County School [...]

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