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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 [...]

The Buzz 2/25/16

The Buzz 2/25/16

Broken PFD Chain of Command Public records recently released by the City of Pensacola show that its Chief Human Resources Officer Ed Sisson may have violated the grievance process established by the [...]

How to Take Sports Tourism to the Next Level

How to Take Sports Tourism to the Next Level

By Rick Outzen Sports tourism can be lucrative for our economy, particularly if the Escambia County builds an indoor sports complex that will attract sports events in the shoulder seasons, [...]

The Buzz 2/18/16

The Buzz 2/18/16

Fire Chief Silent Shuffle Pensacola City Administrator Eric Olson last week sent out an order that city employees are not to discuss any ongoing investigations within the fire department, pending [...]

Politics: A Robinson Family Tradition

Politics: A Robinson Family Tradition

By Duwayne Escobedo Politics has always been a part of the Robinson family. As a toddler, Grover Robinson IV campaigned for his father, the late Grover III, in his Florida House race. He held [...]

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

Pensacola Fire Department Coup D’état

By Rick Outzen On Feb. 2, Pensacola Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and Deputy Fire Chief Joe Glover, whose combined experience in the Pensacola Fire Department is more than 50 years, were placed on paid [...]

Pensacola’s West Side Transformation

Pensacola’s West Side Transformation

By Duwayne Escobedo The west side of Pensacola aged badly. It went from a beauty mark as a center of prosperity and main corridor in Pensacola in the mid-20th century to a big, cracked wart on [...]

Buzz 2/11/16

Buzz 2/11/16

Olson’s Tale After refusing to answer questions from the News Journal and Inweekly, Pensacola City Administrator Eric Olson went on a local morning show to discuss why Fire Chief Matt Schmitt and [...]

3-1-1 Service to the Rescue

3-1-1 Service to the Rescue

By Duwayne Escobedo Brian Spencer is one of the biggest proponents of Pensacola’s 3-1-1 service to report non-emergency problems, such as a darkened streetlight, car-jarring potholes or repairs [...]

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