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Winners & Losers 2/16/17

Winners & Losers 2/16/17

Winners Adrian Lowndes The Santa Rosa Board of County Commissioners selected Adrian Lowndes of the Information Technology/GIS Department as its employee of the year for 2016. He has the honor of [...]

Save(ing) Ferris

Save(ing) Ferris

By Shelby Smithey During the height of the ska scene in the mid-nineties, Orange County-based band Save Ferris reached mainstream success with their hit ‘Come on Eileen'—the peppy, fun Dexys [...]

Gulf Power Rate Controversy

Gulf Power Rate Controversy

By Duwayne Escobedo Northwest Florida residents who oppose a proposed Gulf Power Company rate increase claim it would harm low-income customers, hurt efforts to conserve energy and reduce the [...]

A ‘Purrfect’ Evening

A ‘Purrfect’ Evening

Update: Did you drop the ball on making V-Day plans? Have no fear—tickets are still available for both nights of The Amazing Acro Cats show. Go buy yours now and you'll receive a  special [...]

News of the Weird 2/9/17

News of the Weird 2/9/17

By Chuck Shepherd EWWWW! On Jan. 31, doctors at Stanley Medical College and Hospital in Chennai, India, removed a live, full-grown cockroach from the nasal cavity of a 42-year-old woman whose nose [...]

Love Local

Love Local

By Jennifer Leigh Last minute shopping for your Valentine can be a chore of fighting over leftover cards and candy at the local pharmacy. But this year, thanks to a new event hosted by local [...]

Scott and Corcoran Square Off

Scott and Corcoran Square Off

By Rick Outzen At the annual Associated Press Legislative Review on Jan. 31 on the top floor of the Florida Capitol, Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his proposed $83.5 million budget for the 2018 fiscal [...]

Winners & Losers 2/9/17

Winners & Losers 2/9/17

Winners Pensacola State College The Community College Futures Assembly awarded Pensacola State College the prestigious, national 2017 Bellwether Award in the Instructional Programs and Services [...]

The Buzz 2/9/17

The Buzz 2/9/17

Corcoran Talks Triumph Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran outlined the path for funding projects with the $300 million settlement from BP oil spill earmarked for Northwest Florida. “I think [...]

Outtakes—Change Is Possible

Outtakes—Change Is Possible

By Rick Outzen At last week's Rising Stars celebration, I told the "stars" that change is possible, even when the odds are stacked against us. I've seen it happen in my lifetime. In 1962 James [...]

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