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The Big Back-to-School Experiment

“We expect you to be serious when you make that choice. You’ll be locked in.” – Superintendent Malcolm Thomas by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The upcoming…

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Escambia COVID Buzz

At 4:23 p.m. yesterday, Escambia County launched an “enhanced” COVID-19 dashboard – webpage the counties and cities, including the city of Pensacola, have published for…

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Escambia County government: 8 more positives, 12 more waiting results

Escambia County government reports eight more employees have tested positive – new total 43, up 23% from yesterday. Another 12 are awaiting test results –…

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COVID: Escambia had sixth 100+ case day in July

Florida has added 9,989 more cases – 14.1% positivity for July 7. Total: 223,783. Escambia County has 129 new cases – 115 are Florida residents,…

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COVID: Escambia staff update

Escambia County has now added, as of 6 p.m. yesterday, to its daily COVID update that status of each department. “It has been requested to…

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COVID status of each Escambia department, 7/2/2020

On Thursday, June 2, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners were briefed by County Administrator Janice Gilley and her leadership team on the COVID-19 pandemic….

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Tax collector requires face masks

Unlike the county administration, Escambia County Tax Collector Scott Lunsford requires masks or cloth face coverings for everyone entering his offices. Mask may only be…

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Local hospitals report 122 COVID patients

The city of Pensacola has released that the hospitals in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties have reported six more COVID patients – total 122 Ascension…

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Breaking news: 12 corrections staff tested positive

When questioned by the Escambia County commissioners, Escambia County Corrections Chief Rich Powell said that he currently has 12 employees that have tested positive for…

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