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Big Bird puppeteer passes

Caroll Spinney, the puppeteer who played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street, passed away on Saturday. In September 2015, Spinney visited Pensacola…

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Be a good elf

Press Release: Before you go crazy on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, or Cyber Monday, make a plan for Giving Tuesday and fill Santa’s Bookshelf…

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The IP & FDEP workaround

International Paper in Cantonment has been unable to secure a permit from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection since 2010. Since that time, the company…

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National Flight Academy Cyber Monday sale

Press release: The National Flight Academy (NFA) in Pensacola, Fla., is offering savings beginning Cyber Monday, Dec. 2, through Friday, Dec. 6, on specific 2020 Cyber…

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PYP membership drive

The Pensacola Young Professionals announced their 2019 membership drive. Annual membership will be available for a discounted rate of $99 through Dec. 5. Annual membership is regularly…

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Besser leaves $2 million to UWF

Press release: Throughout their lives, Valmae and Ron Besser were ardent advocates for the University of West Florida, supporters of the arts and committed to…

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Seeking Rising Star nominations – deadline today

It’s time to select the next Rising Stars class. We are looking for nominations for the 2020 Rising Stars class, which will be published in late…

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More murals popping up downtown. Here’s why

In the fall of 2017, the University of West Florida Historic Trust applied for and received funding from the National Park Service for the creation…

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Posted in Pensacola Caring

EDS first stop for ‘Fill the Mayflower’

Press Release: Episcopal Day School and Christ Church Parish students, families, faculty, and clergy are proud to be the first stop for the Mayflower truck…

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