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Winners & Losers 11/27/15

Winners & Losers 11/27/15

WINNERS Steve White The Pensacola State College director was recently named Florida Emergency Medical Services Director of the Year at the Florida Association of EMS Educators conference in [...]

Winners & Losers 11/19/15

Winners & Losers 11/19/15

Winners Ryan Bernacchi During Blue Angel Homecoming Weekend, the U.S. Navy Commander took command of the Blue Angels. Bernacchi is a 2003 Top Gun graduate. When he was chosen last spring to be the [...]

Outtakes—More Openness, Not Less

Outtakes—More Openness, Not Less

By Rick Outzen This week, the First Amendment Foundation and other members of the Florida Sunshine Coalition met in Orlando to discuss the issues and open government challenges Florida citizens [...]

Winners & Losers 11/12/15

Winners & Losers 11/12/15

Winners Northeast Sertoma Over 30 teams took to the water to raise money for charity, paddling their 40-foot dragon boats at the 2nd Annual Dragon Boat Festival. The Festival that was hosted by [...]

Outtakes—Celebrating Entrepreneurship

Outtakes—Celebrating Entrepreneurship

Last week, the Studer Community Institute hosted its first convention that focused on entrepreneurs, EntreCon. I moderated two panels. The first, “ Brewing up Success, turning a dream into [...]

Outtakes—The Importance of Vision

Outtakes—The Importance of Vision

In November 2010, Bentina Terry, who was, at the time, the vice president of external affairs and corporate services for the Gulf Power Company, visited the Inweekly offices with Reed Benson, project [...]

Winners & Losers 11/5/15

Winners & Losers 11/5/15

Winners Linh O'Briant Pensacola State College Visual Arts Instructor Linh O'Briant recently received a Merit Award in the 2015 SEGD Global Design Awards program from the Society for Experiential [...]

Winners & Losers 10/29/15

Winners & Losers 10/29/15

Winners Belle Bear At the recent Arc of Florida convention, the community volunteer was given the Ray Watson Brotherhood Memorial Award for giving her time and expertise in addressing and pursuing [...]

Outtakes—A Fitting Tribute

Outtakes—A Fitting Tribute

By Rick Outzen I miss Larry Butler. For 18 months, I shared the studio at NewsRadio 1620 with the Nashville legend, who is the only country music producer ever to win a Grammy. His smile and [...]

Winners & Losers 10/22/15

Winners & Losers 10/22/15

Winners Linda Moultrie The Escambia County School Board District 3 board member had a change of heart and will not be resigning her seat. She had announced that she was resigning for personal [...]

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