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Outtakes—Our Day In Court

Outtakes—Our Day In Court

By Rick Outzen Last week, we filed a lawsuit seeking that the City of Pensacola release records regarding the city’s random drug testing. We had tried for two weeks to release records that would [...]

Winners & Losers 4/14/16

Winners & Losers 4/14/16

Winners Dr. Judy Bense Navy Federal Credit Union presented the University of West Florida president with its inaugural ‘Partner of the Year’ award at its annual President’s Award ceremony. [...]

Outtakes—A Spirit of Collaboration

Outtakes—A Spirit of Collaboration

By Rick Outzen This community’s problems, such as poverty, illiteracy, and poor education, didn’t suddenly appear. They developed over the years for a variety of reasons and, therefore, [...]

Winners & Losers 4/7/16

Winners & Losers 4/7/16

Winners Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union The credit union has earned BauerFinancial’s 5-Star Superior rating for strength and security. Gulf Winds has earned this highest rating for 87 [...]

Outtakes—The Promise of Hope

Outtakes—The Promise of Hope

By Rick Outzen Community leaders have begun to think big and look at a more comprehensive strategy in improving our poor, inner-city neighborhoods. Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and Escambia [...]

Winners & Losers 3/31/16

Winners & Losers 3/31/16

Winners Pensacola Area Beaches Our beaches earned double accolades in the latest USA TODAY and 10Best reader polls. The Gulf Islands National Seashore was voted the  "No. 1 Best East Coast Beach", [...]

Outtakes—To Dream

Outtakes—To Dream

By Rick Outzen In the spring of 2004, the Inweekly staff gathered at Intermission and began to brainstorm on ideas on how to revitalize downtown Pensacola. We had no idea of the hurricanes, oil [...]

Winners & Losers 3/24/16

Winners & Losers 3/24/16

Winners IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay The Pensacola Bay Area chapter of IMPACT 100 recently announced that its 2016 membership drive has concluded with a record of 1,082 members — totaling [...]

Outtakes—Good News-Bad News

Outtakes—Good News-Bad News

By Rick Outzen Last week brought some good news. A local non-profit is set to become a difference maker yet again for area charities, and lawmakers brought home the bacon from [...]

Winners & Losers 3/17/16

Winners & Losers 3/17/16

Winners Alex Gartner The Pensacola Children's Chorus recently announced its new Artistic Director, Alex Gartner, who will succeed the founding directors, Susan and Allen Pote, on July 1. Gartner [...]

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