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Roundup: Gulf Coast BP disaster coverage

Daily News (FWB): While large amounts of tar balls continued to wash up on Walton County beaches Tuesday, Okaloosa County’s oil forecast for the rest of the week is “looking pretty good,” ...more News Herald (PC): Crews will begin to construct a gated boom system Wednesday morning to close [...]

Pensacola Beach fouled

At 11:08 p.m. Tuesday, June 22, I received this email from a visitor from Dallas, Tex.: I benefited from your blog reports of Pensacola Beach. Tonight it was fouled badly from the spill. I’ve been on the island for 3 days at the Summerfield Suites. I reported it to the hotline but haven’t [...]

Sen. Gaetz gives Disaster Update

For Immediate Release June 22, 2010 4:30 p.m. CST Latest Oil Spill Developments Dear Neighbor, As dime to five inch-sized tar balls and tar “patties” continue to slowly inundate the Northwest Florida coastline, officials with the United States Coast Guard, British Petroleum, the [...]

PYP affirms support of maritime stadium

Press Release: Pensacola Young Professionals today affirmed a decision made in 2006 to support the Community Maritime Park. Kristine Karsten, President of Pensacola Young Professionals, met with vice-presidents, team chairs and members and outlined the history of PYP’s involvement with the [...]

Black Water (BP Version)

Gulf Oil Spill Doobie Brothers Parody by Steve Goodie:

Support Sea Turtle Restoration Project

BP has already killed countless sea turtles in its careless and cruel operations managing the Gulf oil spill, and we must send a strong message to local, federal, and BP officials that the public will not stand for this. Using the web address below to learn more and take action to stop the BP [...]

Viewpoint: BP’s Other Gifts to America—and to the World

By Lawrence S. Wittner The offshore oil drilling catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico brought to us by BP has overshadowed its central role over the past century in fostering some other disastrous events. BP originated in 1908 as the Anglo-Persian Oil Company—a British corporation whose [...]

Free concerts everywhere, but here

While Pensacola Beach is dragging its feet on setting up a big-name concert series to help its businesses, both Gulf Shores and Okaloosa County have announced theirs. "CMT Presents Jimmy Buffett & Friends: Live From the Gulf Coast" is scheduled to broadcast live nationwide on CMT from 7 to 8:30 [...]

Why is Suttles here?

BP executives visit Pensacola when there is trouble in the media. The damages aren't as bad as Grand Isle, La. or Orange Beach, Ala. The last big BP leader to visit this area was Vice President for Resources for BP America Daryl Willis who heads the BP claims effort. Willis came on a Sunday and [...]

BP blocks media access

BP Blocking Media Access? Great interview from New Orleans TV station WDSU TV.

BP Suttles here today

Got this advisory last night at 9:46: BP COO Doug Suttles to Visit Area on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 Doug Suttles, the Chief Operating Officer, Exploration and Production, BP, will visit the area Tuesday, June 22, 2010. Scheduled events are: 10:15 a.m. Visit to Fort Pickens [...]

Unofficial transcript of Touart-Valentino phone call

On Sunday, the Pensacola News Journal published an article on a taped conversation between former County Administrator George Touart and County Commissioner Gene Valentino. Valentino was making the call with the State Attorney's office listening in because he believed that Touart was trying to [...]

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