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Virtual fishing tournament: Reel it in America, Fishing for a Cause

Pensacola Sports announced today a virtual fishing tournament – Reel it in America, Fishing for a Cause. The weekly tournament begins today and will run…

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UWF Historic Trust wants COVID-19 journals

From UWF Historic Trust: Help future researchers by creating and sharing your COVID-19 journal. In the coming years researchers will be looking for information about…

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CivicCon to hold virtual town hall

CivicCon will a virtual town hall at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 15 on the Zoom platform. Attending the Town Hall on Zoom is simple and…

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Posted in Caring Health

Escambia Co. Assisted Living Facility: ‘High risk for an outbreak’

According to yesterday’s situation report (SITREP) from the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center, a Level II response team has been requested for “an ALF that…

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Posted in Caring Politics State & National News

And Now This: Appeals court refuses to revisit felons voting decision

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Striking another blow against Gov. Ron DeSantis, a federal appeals court has refused to reconsider…

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Posted in Caring Escambia County Health Pensacola

Escambia County places restrictions on media

Last Wednesday at Commissioner Lumon May’s presser at the Brownsville Community Center, County Communications Director Laura Coale, who likes to act as the emcee for…

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Posted in Business Entertainment Escambia County Health

Perdido Key, Pensacola Beach open; Orange Beach, Gulf Shores closed

Yesterday, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a health order Thursday that closed all beaches and put limitations restaurants, hospital visitors and day cares. She ordered…

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Baptist to add testing center by end of the week

At today’s presser, Baptist Health Care CEO Mark Faulkner announced plans to open a freestanding testing center by end of week. “The process will be:…

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Posted in Caring Education Health

Escambia County added to food program, starts next March 23

School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas, Commissioner Lumon May and Mayor Grover Robinson deserve kudos for getting Escambia County added to this program. Tallahassee, Fla. – Today,…

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