Posted in Business Caring

Gulf Breeze Zoo wins national conservation award

In January 2019, the Gulf Breeze Zoo added a family of Orangutans and started their “Spirit of Sumatra” conservation program. Recently, the Zoo received high…

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Posted in Education

Pensacola High lost 139 freshman over four years, 30.7 percent

Pensacola High lost 30.7% of its 2015-16 freshman class when it calculated its 2018-19 graduation cohort. The district reported 91.2% graduation rate for PHS for…

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Posted in Business Education State & National News

Highlights: State of the State

In his State of the State address today, Governor Ron DeSantis encouraged lawmakers to recognize that people are more mobile and will move out of…

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Posted in Crime State & National News

AG Barr reports on DOJ investigation into NAS shooting

Yesterday Attorney General William Barr had a press conference to reported on the Department of Justice investigation into the shooting at NAS Pensacola in early…

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Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Robinson, Gilley next speakers for CivicCon

The 2020 CivicCon Speaker Series will feature topics like water quality, housing strategies, creating a plan for trees and green scape in a community and…

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Posted in Escambia County Politics State & National News

Andrade raises $16,500, Hill $9,630, Salzman $1,232

State lawmakers rake in contributions the weeks leading into the legislative session. They aren’t allowed to accept campaign contributions while the session is convened. December…

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Posted in State & National News

Gaetz explains his War Powers vote

In his weekly newsletter. Rep. Matt Gaetz explained his controversial vote in favor of a War Powers resolution. The resolution stated if the White House…

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Posted in Education

Escambia County’s Class of 2019 lost 20 percent its freshman-year class.

The Escambia County School District lost 680 students from its 2015-16 freshman class when it came time to calculate the Class of 2019 graduation cohort…

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Graduation rates improve, Escambia still trails surrounding counties

Governor Ron DeSantis yesterday announced that Florida’s 2018-19 graduation rate increased to 86.9 percent, an increase of 0.8 percentage points over last year and a…

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