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Real News: Milton Race for Inclusion

Special Olympics Florida’s Milton Race for Inclusion is this Saturday, Dec. 4. This 40K/26-mile cycle race takes place on the Heritage Trail, with opening ceremonies…

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Council designates funds for beds for homeless

By Jeremy Morrison Appearing strategic in its approach to address the issue of homelessness, the Pensacola City Council is funding initiatives with a near-singular mission:…

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DeSantis annouces Florida State Guard

Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced more than $100 million in funding proposals to support Florida’s National Guard and establish the Florida State Guard, a civilian…

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Will Matt Gaetz let seventh graders interview him? [podcast]

Congressman Matt Gaetz is a national celebrity that does interviews all over the country—except with the students at Creative Learning Academy. Seventh-graders – Ryan, Violet,…

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What about Perdido?

The Escambia County Commission will district redistricting today. Steve Stroberger come on 1370 WCOA this morning to discuss who his neighbors in Perdido and Innerarity…

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Scott Ritchie announces campaign for Escambia County Judge

(Pensacola, FL) – Scott Ritchie, a Pensacola native who has practiced law for nearly 20 years, today announced his candidacy for Escambia County Judge, Group 1…

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Sandy Sansing donates $100K to Gulf Coast Kid’s House

Gulf Coast Kid’s House (GCKH) announces that Sandy Sansing has made a $100,000 donation to support their mission to end child abuse and heal families…

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WCOA has rumored tie to getting rid of elected mayor in 1930s

I’ve spent the day going through letters, photos and folders on the history of Pensacola’s first and oldest radio station – WCOA, which celebrated its…

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Giving Tuesday

Here are two nonprofits to consider:. Manna Dede Flounlacker shares the success of Fill The Mayflower. Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program Logan McDonald explains…

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