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MTV star applies for Choctawhatchee job

Rush Propst led Hoover High School to five Alabama Class 6A titles. His team gained national attention while being featured on the MTV reality show “Two-A-Days” for two years. Daily News reports Propst is the "biggest name among more than 50 applicants for Choctawhatchee High School’s head [...]

GOP primaries shook up as Outzen enters race

GOP primaries shook up as Outzen enters race

Since the Arizona Secretary of State has approved my application to be on the Feb. 5th presidential preference ballot, the Republican presidential race has been rocked. Frontrunner Rudy Guiliani had to be hospitalized. Tom Tancredo dropped out of the race. Expect others to get sick or fall out the [...]

Complaint filed against Walton Sheriff

Daily News reports: Walton County Finance Director Bill Imfeld dropped out of the sheriff’s race this month after James Murray, an attorney representing the Sheriff’s Office, sent a letter to the county in July stating that Imfeld was in violation of the federal Hatch Act. The Hatch Act [...]

GGW Judges stays with case

GGW Judges stays with case

News Herald reports that U.S. District Judge Richard Smoak told “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis on Wednesday he would not remove himself from Francis’ latest lawsuit. Francis has advertised heavily on the pnj.com website and the websites of the other daily newspapers along Northwest [...]

Will PNJ buy WEAR TV 3?

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Tuesday to allow broadcasters to also own a newspaper in the same market. While Sinclair - which owns WEAR TV 3 - probably wouldn't buy the PNJ, it is possible that Gannett - who owns the daily newspaper - would buy the television [...]

Obama sidestepped tough votes

Barack Obama has captured the hearts of many young voters who are looking for a change in Washington. But will he be a catalyst for change? The NY Times reports that Obama voted “present” nearly 130 times as a state senator, sometimes sidestepping sensitive issues. Read Obama’s Vote in [...]

Huckabee jumps past McCain, Freddie in FL

There is a new candidate of the moment for the GOP. Two months ago it was Fred Thompson. Now it's Mike Huckabee. From Miami Herald: Three Florida polls in the past week put Huckabee in first or second place, jockeying with longtime front-runner Rudy Giuliani. That's a stunning turn of [...]

Not all ports struggle

Mobile Press Register reports: The Alabama state docks saw record cargo volume in 2007, driven primarily by a 50 percent increase in container cargo and record coal shipments, the Alabama State Port Authority learned Tuesday. Preliminary fiscal year-end numbers show that 27 million tons of [...]

Arizona GOP primary a toss up

My presidential chances are improving. The Tuscon Citizen reports the GOP presidential primary in Arizona is a toss up: "The buzz has switched frequencies as if it were a police scanner and privately, Republicans aren't sure who will get hot when. If it's not clear on Feb. 5, it could well be [...]

Insurers may be sued

Miami Herald reports that Gov. Charlie Crist has appointed three high-powered lawyers to file a class-action lawsuit against the insurance industry on behalf of state residents. Crist said his legal office has engaged the help of Roberto Martinez, the former U.S. attorney from Miami who [...]

Outzen placed 13th on GOP ballot

Outzen placed 13th on GOP ballot

More CMP delays

The latest timetable for the Community Maritime Park calls for the requests for proposal from the Master Developer candidates not to be due until April 15, 2008!!!! This means Springdale, Ark., who will holding baseball games in its new baseball park before Pensacola even looks at the RFPs. [...]

McCain momentum

The NY Times reports that John McCain has picked up the endorsements of three major newspapers: The Des Moines Register, The Manchester Union Leader and The Boston Globe. Will it be enough to push McCain ahead of Guiliani and Romney? And will Mike Huckabee be the spoiler? These three major [...]

State DOT doing all it can

That's what the Pensacola News Journal reports today (DOT defends runoff efforts). I think the more accurate statement would be: " Listen we bid out the $130 million plus project and allowed the contractors to place huge piles of red clay near Carpenter's Creek. We could have put stricter [...]

Official Springfest press release

The SpringFest Board of Directors is proud of the public and private support it has generated during the fall. We are encouraged by the way the community has embraced the prospect of the revival of this important event. For the Board to feel completely comfortable in proceeding with the [...]

Writer seeks info on dad at Naval Museum

From San Antonio Express-News: I was 7, a gangly schoolboy in Corpus Christi, when word came that my dad, a pilot for the Navy's famed flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels, had been killed in an air-show accident over Lake Ontario. At the controls of an F11 Grumman Tiger, Lt. Cmdr. [...]

Springfest wants help again

The Pensacola News Journal reports that the Springfest board wants more time to "land a national management company to produce the festival." This will be the fourth time the board has tried to use outside help to run its once successful downtown music festival. In September 2001, the non-profit [...]

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