Why Whitney is ‘Forever Turned Around’

By Savannah Evanoff It’s a Tuesday afternoon and Max Kakacek has all sorts of plans. He might check out the Andy Warhol exhibit at The Art Institute of Chicago. He might catch a showing “1917” with his parents. Or he might even hit another Bulls basketball game—which are apparently a bargain these days. “They’re terrible,” […]

Marcille: Experience to Do the job

By Rick Outzen Last week, State Attorney Bill Eddins called to say that he had decided not to run for a fifth term in 2020. “It’s been the high honor of my life to serve as a state attorney for the people of the First Judicial Circuit,” Eddins told Inweekly. The state of Florida has […]

Winners & Losers – 1/9/20

Winners Richard Fountain UWF Provost and Senior Vice President George Ellenberg announced the appointment of Fountain as dean of the College of Business. Fountain previously served as chair for the Department of Accounting and Finance at UWF since 2017. As dean of the College of Business, Fountain is responsible for oversight and management of six […]

News of the Weird – 1/2/20

By The Editors of Andrew McMeel UNCLEAR ON THE CONCEPT WJAR reported that an unnamed substitute teacher was fired on Dec. 16 for smoking marijuana in a classroom at North Attleborough High School in North Attleborough, Massachusetts. Peter Haviland, principal at the school, said students reported the incident and the teacher was removed from the […]

Outtakes-Solid Reporting

By Rick Outzen We have built our newspaper on investigative reporting and being a government watchdog. Our role has been to present the best, reliable facts in a meaningful context so that you can make good decisions about your lives and our community. We use a variety of reporting methods to bring you the news. […]