Pensacola mayoral race: Grover Robinson sees UWF as a vital element of Pensacola

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Trump stumps for votes in Pensacola

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Martha Saunders selected as next president of UWF

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Confirmed, Trump to return to Pensacola

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is set to return to the Pensacola Bay Center for a campaign stop at 7 p.m. on Sept. 9.

Trump sold out the stadium just eight months ago, leaving for …

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A UWF student’s guide to summer in Pensacola

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If you will be staying in Pensacola this summer, whether it’s because you live here or are staying for classes, a job or an internship, this is the guide to help you have a fun-filled …

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‘Listen to your heart, think for yourself’

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We have all seen those people on the side of the road with the signs dedicated to one or another of the various gods from modern religions. These people may force you to take one …

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This Saturday, April 9, the MS Walk will take place at Bayview Park to raise awareness.

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This Saturday, April 9, the MS Walk will take place at Bayview Park to raise awareness and funds to support research and life-changing services to help people living with multiple sclerosis.

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Graffiti Bridge: Pensacola’s voice for the people

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The purpose of a landmark is essentially straightforward: to mark the land. This is done for several reasons, but mainly landmarks are used as navigational points. However, in this modern age, landmarks have become more …

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Amtrak is a possibility for Pensacola, but would it benefit UWF students?

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All aboard? An Amtrak train stopped in Pensacola on Friday, Feb. 19, for the first time since Hurricane Katrina (2005) to gauge the interest of reopening the stop.

“Amtrak, which is a company that owns …

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The food truck debate rages on: Council votes down ordinance once again

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The war rages on. The City Council continues to debate. The community holds its collective breath, and at least 50 local entrepreneurs wait to purchase their licenses to open shop and start hawking their respective wares. …

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