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Thursday November 26th 2015

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Celente interview

Yesterday I interviewed Gerald Celente, the foremost authority on Trend Forecasting, Research, and Analysis Trends research analysis. Celente is the author of Trends 2000 and publisher of the Trends Journal®. Celente has produced some of the most accurate, timely and comprehensive [...]

Markes takes off bracelet

State Attorney agreed today that Erin Markes is not a flight risk and doesn't have to wear the monitoring bracelet. Santa Rosa Press Gazette was there: http://www.srpressgazette.com/news/markes_3377___article.html/santa_erin.html

Sarasota cuts 100 jobs

Sarasota is cutting 100 jobs, reducing the work force to the same size it was in the early 1990s - the city - which is about the same size as Pensacola - has 740 employees. According to the Herald Tribune: The city has to trim $10.4 million from the budget over the next two years as state [...]

Radio: Hear interview on Markes

Here is my interview with Dianna Fitzgerald, founder of the National Lissencephaly Network, on Erin Markes - 19 year old mother whose has been arrested for criminal neglect after his son, age 4, was admitted to the hospital weighing less than 15 pounds. Markes has a court hearing today at 9 [...]

Naturals lose in bottom of 9th, 3-2

Naturals lose in bottom of 9th, 3-2

For 2 1/2 hours, under clear skies and 64 degrees, 3,653 fans enjoyed baseball in the new ballpark of the Northwest Ark. Naturals. The team lost 3-2 when Jose Duarte grounded out to second base with the tying run on first.

Moby writes. We wonder.

It looks like Mike O'Brien, PNJ columnist, is becoming more and more like Earle Bowden - meaning less understandable. In today's column, the aged scribe is for/against budget cuts for non-profits that provide social services. Not sure which. I'm providing a link to the article that will be good [...]

Bayou Chico dredging

The PNJ has found out about the dredging of Bayou Chico and how the county is destroying pristine lakes with the sediment from the bayou. You have to see the photos - DEP downplays pollution fear. Of course, the daily newspaper could have helped us stop this back in January when we first covered [...]

BCC meets behind closed doors on Roads

From the Sunday paper: PUBLIC NOTICE ____________________________________________ IT IS THE INTENTIONof the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, to hold a private meeting with its attorney to discuss pending litigation in the case of Roads, Inc. of NWF v. Escambia County [...]

New Naturals ballpark

New Naturals ballpark

Notes: City budget workshop, Part 2

April 14 City budget workshop – Part 2: Keep in mind, city officials’ talking points include “rightsizing” the budget to “maintain core and priority services.” Next up: Fire Department. Fire Chief Frank Edwards said there will be no reduction of fire suppression units. But two [...]

Radio: Dianna Fitzgerald

Founder of National Lissencephaly Network, Dianna Fitzgerald, will be on IN Your Head Radio to give us the latest update on Erin Markes. Listen from 1-2 p.m. on newsradio1620.com. I was reviewing my guest list for the past few months. We've cover quite a few topics and had some good people on [...]

Markes in court tomorrow

Erin Brittany Markes will appear tomorrow, April 16, at 9 a.m. before Circuit Judge Ron Swanson in court room 213 in the Santa Rosa County courthouse. Markes is the 19-year-old Pace mother was jailed for criminal neglect after her son, age 4, was brought in mid-March to a local hospital weighing [...]

Notes: City budget workshop 4.14.08 – Part 1

April 14 Pensacola City Council Committee of the Whole budget workshop notes: The mood was somber and tense, at times, as city department heads methodically gave council members their summaries of priorities and cutbacks–including the losses of jobs and services. At the start of the [...]

$400M Navarre project flounders

Two years ago, Port Navarre was announced as a $400 million-plus development. The project was going to feature four condominium towers with 140 units each, a hotel, town homes, a marina with nearly 150 boat slips, and dozens of restaurants and stores. Now it's tied up in lawsuits. Read Port [...]

What local voters think – some surprises

The College Democrats conducted a telephone survey between April 3-8. They polled 581 registered voters from Escambia (54%), Santa Rosa (33%) and Okaloosa (13%). Do you feel the country is headed in the right direction or the wrong direction? Right direction: 21% Wrong direction: 77% Not [...]

Pensacola club pro on LPGA tour

Allison Fouch, who has been a teaching pro at the Pensacola Country Club, tied for 23rd in at the LPGA event in Morelia, Mexico, over the weekend. It was a third consecutive tournament in which she made the 36-hole cut and cashed. This time it was for $12,350. Allison Fouch of East Grand Rapids [...]

More on near drowning victim

Kristina Cramer, age 19, nearly drowned on Pensacola Beach on April 6. Here is how a television station in her area (WTVM) is covering her recovery. More

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