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Outtakes:Taking Off the Training Wheels

Outtakes:Taking Off the Training Wheels

By Rick Outzen Whenever this newspaper is critical of an elected official, there is always backlash. Rather than taking responsibility for their actions, politicians often declare victim status [...]

Winners & Losers 2/28/13

Winners & Losers 2/28/13

WINNERS Ken Ford The CEO of the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition has joined a select group of innovators in being named a 2012 Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors [...]

Outtakes: New Lions Arise

Outtakes: New Lions Arise

By Rick Outzen A hundred African-American men walked on Friday, Feb. 15 the streets of the Montclair neighborhood picking up trash and letting residents know that they aren’t alone. The walk [...]

Winners & Losers

Winners & Losers

Winners Sgt. David Goldsmith His law enforcement career that spanned 31 years ended Jan. 31 when he retired from the Pensacola Police Department. Goldsmith began his career with the department as [...]

Outtakes: Panhandle Power

Outtakes: Panhandle Power

By Rick Outzen Escambia County has significant influence throughout the state this year. We have representatives on the executive committees of three prominent state associations, Florida League [...]

Outtakes: Finding Inspiration in the Big Easy

Outtakes: Finding Inspiration in the Big Easy

By Rick Outzen On the Saturday night before the Super Bowl, I attended a fundraiser for Steve Gleason and his foundation, Team Gleason. Steve is one of those underdogs that New Orleans [...]

Winners & Losers 2/7/13

Winners & Losers 2/7/13

Winners Charles Bare The freshman Pensacola City Councilman won his first political skirmish with Mayor Hayward and City Administrator Bill Reynolds when he pointed out the county guidelines for [...]

Winners & Losers 1/31/13

Winners & Losers 1/31/13

Winners Jerry Maygarden The former Pensacola mayor and state representative has been elected by the West Florida Historic Preservation Board to be its new chairman. University of West Florida [...]

Outtakes 1/31/13

Outtakes 1/31/13

Pensacola Circus The Roman Empire kept its poor from rioting with chariot races, gladiators and circuses. The free entertainment and handouts of free bread kept the lower classes in line. In [...]

Winners & Losers 1/24/13

Winners & Losers 1/24/13

WINNERS Malcolm Thomas The Escambia County Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has proposed school marshals as a part of a comprehensive plan to make the public schools safer. The marshals will be [...]

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