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South Alabama will have football

I also had an interview with Joey Jones, the first head coach for the University of South Alabama Jaguars. They will start playing games in 2009 and will at the major college level - vying for the Sun Belt Conference title - by 2013 Listen USA Football ...We're doing great radio on IN Your [...]

Springdale set to open baseball park

The Springdale, Ark. held a referendum for a 1-cent sales tax to pay for a minor league baseball park in July 2006 - about six weeks before Pensacola approved the Community Maritime Park. Springdale did not have a baseball team at the time. They will have their first home game in their new [...]

PYP to Hold an Elected Official Meet and Greet

Press Release: Pensacola Young Professionals to Hold an Elected Official Meet and Greet Pensacola, FL—Pensacola Young Professionals (PYP) will hold a meet and greet with Escambia County and City of Pensacola elected officials April 16, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., in Seville Quarter, 130 East [...]

OSC/DeWeese responds to Saltmarsh

Just got this pdf from O'Sullivan Creel partner Jeff DeWeese in response to the Saltmarsh, Cleaveland and Gund blimp: presentation1-1.pdf

Hospital scores are in

The HCAHPS are in for our hospitals and are available on the federal website:www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov HCAHPS is the first national, standardized, publicly reported survey of patients' perspectives of hospital care. HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems; also [...]

Most Complete April Fools Day web offerings

Included on the list are New Google search tool that can see into future; Election Deathmatch Coverage; eHarmony founder finds love on Match.com; and flying penguins sent to rainforest. The list keeps growing. Read more.

Gannett Blog looks at PNJ

Jim Hopkins and his Gannett Blog take a look at the new front page design of the Pensacola News Journal - Hot Off the Press: Pensacola News Journal. The At-A-Glance link gives an interesting read on the paper's history.

Board closes 7 schools

Not here. The Volusia County School Board will close seven schools in three years. The five board members overwhelmingly voted to close the schools, saying they had no choice because they were "held hostage" by a lack of state funding. Don't expect that kind of leadership from the Escambia [...]

Business 101

Florida House leaders have proposed a $65.1 billion budget with no pay raises for state employees, but willl allow Gov. Charlie Crist to use reserves and trust funds if Florida's tax collections continue to fall short. When the receipts are down, employees shouldn't expect pay raises. It's [...]

Reply from Attorney General

Looks like I won't be prosecuted this time. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: Independent News - Walker Holmes Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:14:30 -0400 From: Sandi Copes To: rick@inweekly.net No worries. Perhaps in the future it might be best to keep us out of [...]

Email to Sandi Copes

My apology to Florida Attorney General: ------- Original Message -------- Subject: Independent News - Walker Holmes Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 15:56:34 -0500 From: Rick Outzen Reply-To: rick@inweekly.net Organization: Independent News To: Sandi.copes@myfloridalegal.com The March 27 [...]

Attorney General calls about April Fool article

Attorney General calls about April Fool article

Sandi Copes, press secretary for Attorney General Bill McCollum, called asking for a copy of an article by Walker Holmes that reports the Attorney General is investigating the Pensacola City Council (Council Ousted ). Apparently Tallahassee has received several phone calls from angry [...]

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