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Winners & Losers 1/26/17

Winners & Losers 1/26/17

Winners Pensacola Women’s March An estimated crowd of over 2,000 people braved rain and tornado warnings to march in downtown Pensacola a day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated. The [...]

Outtakes—Getting Our Hands Dirty

Outtakes—Getting Our Hands Dirty

By Rick Outzen In his first official briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer misstated facts when he chastised the media on their reporting of the size of the inauguration [...]

Winners & Losers 1/19/17

Winners & Losers 1/19/17

Winners Matt Gaetz The Congressman for Florida's First District earned two choice committee appointments, House Armed Services Committee and the House Budget Committee. While in the Florida House, [...]

Outtakes—The Power of Light

Outtakes—The Power of Light

By Rick Outzen From Nov. 1, 2014, through Jan. 15, 2017, the Escambia County had seven deaths in its county jail. None in the media recognized the issue until Inweekly began its [...]

Hallmark: If These Walls Could Talk….

Hallmark: If These Walls Could Talk….

By Sheree Cagle It should come as no surprise that many hearts were broken when it was announced that Hallmark Elementary School would be demolished. The history inside that building can never be [...]

Outtakes—Governing with Blinders

Outtakes—Governing with Blinders

By Rick Outzen On Jan. 9, Mayor Ashton Hayward issued his message to Pensacola residents that outlined what they can expect from his administration in the upcoming year. Last year, his key word [...]

Winners & Losers 1/12/17

Winners & Losers 1/12/17

Winners Kaitlin Santiago The former Pensacola State College Student Government President has been selected as an intern for Florida House on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The eight-week program [...]

Outtakes—Bold Idea for 2017

Outtakes—Bold Idea for 2017

By Rick Outzen Florida TaxWatch has been pushing for criminal justice reform for the past several years. Our state has one of the largest prison populations in the nation, and corrections [...]

Winners & Losers 1/5/17

Winners & Losers 1/5/17

Winners Rebecca McMullen The senior budget analyst was named 2016 Employee of the Year for the standards of excellence she displays in her job duties for the Escambia County Board of County [...]

Outtakes—Don’t Blink in 2017

Outtakes—Don’t Blink in 2017

By Rick Outzen The opening of the Downtown YMCA is only a taste of what we will see in downtown Pensacola in 2017. The Switzers are moving ahead with their development of the Brent and Blount [...]

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