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Outtakes—A Small Rebellion

Outtakes—A Small Rebellion

By Rick Outzen In the movie "The Post," Washington Post managing editor Ben Bagdikian says, "I always wanted to be part of a small rebellion." The newspaper had published the Pentagon Papers in [...]

Winners & Losers 1/25/18

Winners & Losers 1/25/18

Winners Sprout The two-year-old female golden retriever recently joined The Children's Hospital team as a fully trained and certified facility dog. With the help of her handler, Inweekly Rising [...]

Outtakes—People vs. Boathouse

Outtakes—People vs. Boathouse

By Rick Outzen On Friday, Jan. 5, Nancy Jean Jenkins, 55, was hit by a car while trying to cross West Cervantes Street near Attucks Court. She died the next morning. In March, Faith Shoemore, 39, [...]

Winners & Losers 1/18/18

Winners & Losers 1/18/18

Winners Pete Shinnick The University of West Florida head football coach Pete Shinnick was named the 2018 American Football Coaches' Association Coach of the Year Award for NCAA Division II. [...]

Outtakes—The Role of Newspapers

Outtakes—The Role of Newspapers

By Rick Outzen Newspapers have a responsibility to be more than cheerleaders. Everyone likes positive stories, and few like to have problems exposed. However, it's our role to shed light. In [...]

Winners & Losers 1/11/18

Winners & Losers 1/11/18

Winners Tommi Lyter Pensacola Police Chief Lyter closed out 2017 with zero homicides inside the Pensacola city limits. Last year, the city had seven homicides in its first 10 months, five from [...]

Outtakes—City Déjà Vu

Outtakes—City Déjà Vu

By Rick Outzen The recent debate over the validity of the city's online maps and whether developers and the public can rely on them remind us of a similar debate nearly three years ago. In [...]

Winners & Losers 1/4/18

Winners & Losers 1/4/18

Winners Martha A. "Marny" Gilluly The University of West Florida bestowed on her the UWF Founder's Medallion. This award symbolizes excellent character that represents the UWF values, extraordinary [...]

Outtakes—Unfinished Business

Outtakes—Unfinished Business

By Rick Outzen We had several big news stories in 2017, but three still remained unresolved, though I suspect some wish they would quietly go away before the 2018 elections. Pelicans G League [...]

Winners & Losers 12/28/17

Winners & Losers 12/28/17

Lisa Nellessen-Savage, executive editor of the Pensacola News Journal, believes that 2017 was the year of the people. People were engaged in local, state and national issues more than ever before. [...]

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