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Winners & Losers 5/3/12

Winners & Losers 5/3/12

WINNERS Jeffrey Pribble The Escambia High School teacher is one of five finalists chosen to compete for the 2013 Macy’s/Florida Department of Education Teacher of the Year Award. Pribble [...]

Viewpoint 5/3/12

Viewpoint 5/3/12

Don't Call Me Biscuit: The Name Game By Quincy “Q” Hull In “Romeo and Juliet,” William Shakespeare posed the question “What’s in a name?”  Millions of us who are descended from [...]

Outtakes 5/3/12

Outtakes 5/3/12

STIFLING THE REGULATORS Al Armendariz, a top Environmental Protection Agency official for his Region 6, which includes New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana, has resigned over a [...]

Outtakes 4/26/12

Outtakes 4/26/12

FACT FINDING Escambia County politics is a blood sport. Too often the races aren’t about platforms or one’s good deeds. Instead the campaigns wage war over who can best distort the facts. [...]

Winners & Losers 4/26/12

Winners & Losers 4/26/12

Winners Scott & Emily Mitchell The DeLuna Fest organizers hit a home run last week when they announced their line-up for their September 2012 “beach party.” Ticket sales were brisk once [...]

Outtakes 4/19/12

Outtakes 4/19/12

NRA AND DURELL LIED The killing of Trayvon Martin has resurfaced discussions on racism. His death also brings to light the role a Northwest Florida lawmaker played in the passage of the “Stand Your [...]

Winners & Losers 4/19/12

Winners & Losers 4/19/12

WINNERS Norman Vickers Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward proclaimed the week of April 9-15 as "Pensacola JazzFest Week,” and specifically saluted Dr. F. Norman Vickers for his efforts to promote [...]

Winners & Losers 4/12/12

Winners & Losers 4/12/12

WINNERS Gerry Lester “Bubba” Watson, Jr. The Bagdad, Fla. native can now lay claim to being the area’s best golfer after winning the 2012 Masters after defeating Louis Oosthuizen in a sudden [...]

Outtakes 4/12/12

Outtakes 4/12/12

INDOMITABLE SPIRIT Nearly 88 months after Jack Fetterman, John Cavanaugh and Quint Studer sat down with then-City Manager Tom Bonfield to discuss a maritime park that would revitalize Pensacola after [...]

Viewpoint 4/12/12

Viewpoint 4/12/12

Florida Journalism Not Dead Yet By Florence Snyder When government doesn’t do its job, when children die in its care, when law enforcement commits wrongdoing, we look to investigative [...]

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