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Naturals win 11-4

Naturals win 11-4

Before a crowd 6,022 fans under cloudy skies (53 degrees), the Northwest Ark. Naturals beat San Antonio, 11-4. The Naturals are playing just their second game in their new ballpark, Arvest Park. Yesterday, the CMPA board invited two developers to make presentations in May. In June, the board [...]

Radio: Snyder interview

Listen to my interview with UWF biologist, Dr. Dick Snyder, on the fish in Escambia Bay. Definitely hear it before you order fish. Listen: Dick Snyder

Notes: CMPA board meeting 4.11.08

April 11 Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees meeting notes: Bentina Terry was appointed to the CMPA board this afternoon. Terry, a fairly new resident of Pensacola and a vice president for Gulf Power Co., fills the vacant spot left by Hugh King. King, a former pastor of [...]

Notes: Pensacola City Council 4.10.08

April 10 City Council meeting notes: Thursday night’s City Council meeting didn’t last 20 minutes, partly because four committees, such as Neighborhood Services and Enterprise Operations, did not meet recently, so there were no reports for Council. Councilman John Jerralds said he will, [...]

Radio: Biologist on Bay fish

Radio: Biologist on Bay fish

I will have Dick Snyder - the director of the Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation and a biology professor at the University of West Florida- on IN Your Head Radio. We will discuss his research on Escambia Bay marine life. Read Harmful Fish. Listen newsradio1620.com

gulf1 campaigns for Miller

Just got another email blast from gulf1.com - even though I have unsubscribed about two dozen times - this one touts VP Dick Cheney's visit. Here is the tag line that came with it: "Vice President Dick Cheney is coming to Northwest Florida to honor one of the nations most respected Congressman, [...]

Springdale opens baseball park

Springdale opens baseball park

Six weeks before Pensacola voters approved the Community Maritime Park, Springdale, Ark. passed a referendum for a baseball park. They played their first game in the park yesterday. From the Morning News: Springdale mayor Jerry Van Hoose stood on the concourse of his city's crown jewel with [...]

How sad

How sad

The News Journal lets groups post articles to its website. There is one from Friends of the Community Maritime Park entitled "Promise made, promise kept: The Main Street wastewater treatment plant will be gone before the CMP opens!" While the article is intended to be positive, I find it very, [...]

Markes denied custody

Erin Markes, the 19-year-old mother who has been charged with criminal neglect of her 4-year-old boy who suffers from a rare brain disorder and who was entered into a local hospital weighing less than 15 pounds in mid-March. The boy will remain in the custody of the state Department of Children [...]

Notes: BCC meeting 4.10.08

Committee of the Whole Workshop Board of County Commissioners 10 April 2008 9 a.m. All commissioners were present. Escambia County Muzzleloaders Update "There are just over eight homes, as I understand it," said Kevin Briski. "Mr. Fred Johnson and Ed Kesler will be representing the [...]

More on LuTimothy May

The nominee packet issue for the CMPA Board of Trustees did not have the full bio on Rev. LuTimothy May. Here it is: A native Pensacolian, LuTimothy May is a natural and trained leader. He has been called one of the most promising and influential young leaders of Northwest Florida. His [...]

Portofino Medical Spa closed

The Gulf Breeze News reports today that Portofino Medical Spa was forced to close due to a state requirement mandating that all medical spas must have a full-time, on-site medical director, according to a notice on the front door of the building. Read more

Do not eat Escambia Bay fish

"In this case, (people) might think twice about eating fish and seafood out of Escambia Bay. It really is a matter of risk-a personal health risk," Dick Snyder says. Snyder is director of the Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation and a biology professor at the University of West [...]

PJC players will sign with Hawaii

From Honolulu Advertiser: Petras Balocka and Lasha Parghalava are committed to playing for the Rainbow Warriors next season, according to their junior college coach. Both players will sign national letters of intent next week to play for Hawai'i in the 2008-09 season. Balocka is a 6-foot-8, [...]

Radio: BBQ Joints

Radio: BBQ Joints

IN Your Head Radio tackles the national - and times, local - news stories that listeners might miss or get brief sound bites on. We've had a few big names - like Rudy Guilliani - but mainly we have reporters and experts on the news stories like the Obama/Clinton battle, Save Tibet, Recession and [...]

Markes back in court

Both the News Journal (Mom back in court ) and the Daily News ( Erin Markes headed to court ) have stories on Erin Markes, the Pace mother charged with criminal neglect. I also have an article in today's IN (Beyond the Media Frenzy) that goes into more detail about the boy's condition. PNJ [...]

Radio: DCF safety net

Radio: DCF safety net

On April 9, I interviewed Janice Thomas, Circuit Administrator for the Department of Children and Families (DCF) about the safety net for single mothers like Erin Markes. The conversation moved quickly into how many abused children and adults that DCF has to take care of in this area. Listen: [...]

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