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Outtakes 7/19/12

Outtakes 7/19/12

SMARTER GENDER New research shows that women have a higher IQ than men.  Having lived with the Outzen women for three decades, I could have told the IQ testing experts this fact without spending [...]

Winners & Losers 7/19/12

Winners & Losers 7/19/12

Winners Jack Kichler A charter member of the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council and long-serving board member passed away on July 11. Dr. Kichler was the group’s first home hospitality host, [...]

Outtakes 7/12/12

Outtakes 7/12/12

MORE THAN WORKERS On July 7, St. Joseph School in Greenville, Miss. was destroyed by fire. The 62-year-old, red brick high school played a key role in my life. My father was in the first class, [...]

Winners & Losers 7/12/12

Winners & Losers 7/12/12

WINNERS Andreas Dias The Pensacola High student has created the first-ever Pensacola Kickstart Soccer Summer Soccer Program to expose children from low-income families to soccer. Dias, a [...]

The Buzz 7/12/12

The Buzz 7/12/12

WOOING AEROSPACE The City of Mobile and its chamber are worried that Pensacola might lure away one its largest employers. According to the Mobile Register, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce [...]

Winners & Losers 7/5/12

Winners & Losers 7/5/12

WINNERS Barack Obama The President scored a major victory when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, 5-4, that his Affordable Care Act was indeed constitutional. Many critics had predicted that the [...]

Outtakes 7/5/12

Outtakes 7/5/12

Functional Puffery For one more year, Escambia County, City of Pensacola, Emerald Coast Utility Authority and Escambia County School District dodged any meaningful discussion of functional [...]

Winners & Losers 6/28/12

Winners & Losers 6/28/12

WINNERS Grover Robinson The Escambia County commissioner is the new second vice president of the Florida Association of Counties, which puts him in line to eventually become the FAC president. [...]

Outtakes 6/28/12

Outtakes 6/28/12

STILL IN PRINT Against all odds the IN has survived for 13 years. With the daily newspapers in New Orleans, Mobile and Birmingham soon going to only three print editions a week, the odds of our [...]

Outtakes 6/21/12

Outtakes 6/21/12

LILY WHITE LEADERSHIP Ten years ago civil rights leaders protested the lack of African-American teachers in the Escambia County School District.  Although one out of three of its students were [...]

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