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Don’t drink the water

November 30, 2007

The Escambia County Health Department has issued health alerts for parts of Bayou Grande and Bayou Texar because bacteria levels are above state standards. Health officials advise against swimming, fishing and other water-related activities in Bayou…

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Surprise, city council delays another action

November 30, 2007

There are no surprises with the Pensacola City Council. Last night, the board known for its inaction voted to delay loaning the Community Maritime Park Associates until the Florida Supreme Court decides what to do about…

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SR teachers want pay raise

November 29, 2007

All is not well in the highly successful Santa Rosa County public school system. Teachers are petitioning the school board for pay raises. While Okaloosa and Escambia teachers got raises this year, there was no increase…

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Did a grudge play a role in bottle club vote?

November 29, 2007

The buzz around town is that Pensacola City Councilman Jack Nobles may have changed his position on the closing time for bottle clubs because Brian and Crystal Spencer were in favor of the ordinance that would…

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WEAR TV 3 adds another of news hour

November 29, 2007

Beginning Dec. 10, the local ABC affiliate will start its afternoon news at 4 pm. Mollye Barrows will be one of the anchors. The Sinclair-owned station has lost ground to Mobile’s WKRG this past year. Plus,…

Oral Roberts University Scandal on IYHR

November 28, 2007

Today on IN Your Head Radio, I will interview reporters from the Oklahoma Gazette on the scandals that have rocked Oral Roberts University. Last Friday, ORU president and televangelist Richard Roberts resigned as president. In his…

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Edwards backs out of Destin event

November 28, 2007

The Fort Walton Daily News reports that John Edwards is passing on the campaign fundraiser scheduled for tonight at Harbor Docks in Destin. Restaurant owner Charles Morgan says Edwards chose to attend a event in Iowa…

Charter school problem

November 28, 2007

Jacqueline Harris Academy has had its school buses shut down for being “Grossly Incompliant With Documentation.” WEAR TV 3 reports that the Escambia School District’s school bus inspector found the school had expired driver certification. The…

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We interviewed Guiliani

November 27, 2007

We did interview GOP frontrunner Rudy Guiliani today on IN Your Head Radio as he was stepping on a plane for flight to St. Petersburg, Florida. Guiliani was sharp and quick-witted during the ten minute interview.…

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Studer book still climbing

November 27, 2007

Results That Last has made the Wall Street Journal bestseller list for two weeks in a row and moving up from #12 to #10. Studer was quoted from the book last week in the New York…

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Guiliani is still on

November 27, 2007

The interview has been moved to 1:30 p.m. At 1:15, I will interview Jim Nintzel of the Tucson Weekly about their Project White House. It’s still possible the radio interview may fall through, but they say…

Guiliani on IN Your Head Radio – maybe

November 27, 2007

We got word yesterday that Rudy Guiliani will be available today for an interview on IN Your Head Radio at 1:15 p.m. My producer, Sena Madison, has been working hard to get this interview. Rudy has…

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Chamber on YouTube

November 27, 2007

On November 8, 2007, 200 great minds came together to change the history of healthcare. Pensacola was the place. The Chamber was the force. They promise “The most exciting part is yet to come.”…

Amtrak still no go in Panhandle

November 27, 2007

Amtrak shut down service between Orlando and New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the central Gulf Coast in August 2005. And while its management is discussing reopening the train line with the Florida Department…

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Studer helps Wisc. school district

November 26, 2007

The Janesville Gazette reports Quint Studer is helping the school district in which he taught special education. Coaches pine for it. Bosses dream about it. How, they ask themselves, can they get their organizations to The…