Posted in Environment

History lesson: Nineteen years ago, IP promised no discharges into waterways

PENSACOLA: In 2000, International Paper bought Champion International and acquired the Pensacola Mill in Cantonment as part of the deal. IP officials pledged to get…

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Breaking news: UWF Northrup resigns

The University of West Florida this afternoon confirmed that Dr. Pam Northrup has resigned.

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Posted in Business Environment Politics

More thoughts on IP environmental issues

PENSACOLA: This week, I received this from John Nixon of Phenix Environmental Response, LLC in response to our article “Can IP Lower Environmental Bar?” Nixon…

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UWF director appointed to Florida Cybersecurity Task Force

Tallahassee, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointment of Jeanette Nuñez as chair to the Florida Cybersecurity Task Force, as well as the…

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Posted in Baseball

Cubs manager’s path to World Series began on Pensacola Beach

Like most good ideas, the conversation that brought Joe Maddon to the Chicago Cubs began with beers on Pensacola Beach in October 2014, according to…

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Breaking News: Studer buys Beloit Snappers

The Daily Jefferson County Union reports that Quint Studer, co-owner of Pensacola Blue Wahoos, is now the owner of the Beloit Snappers, who will be…

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Posted in Education

Diagram shows conflicts of interest in McReynolds/Charter school deal

In his 2004, the school district’s auditor diagramed the relationships in the sale and subsequent lease of the Agnes McReynolds school. Celeste Lewis wore three…

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Posted in Escambia County Education

ECSD 2004 internal audit report questioned the sale of McReynolds school

Inweekly has reviewed a May 2004 internal audit report of the Jackie Harris Pyramid School of Learning (JHPSL)- currently called Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy. The…

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Escambia charter school pays lease on building it no longer uses

PENSACOLA: A review of four years of audited financial statements of the Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy, a charter school founded by former ECUA board member…

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