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From 1991-1998, DiMambro was ad director at the company's Pensacola News Journal in Florida, and for the next two years he was chief executive of Chesapeake Newspapers in Salisbury, Md.
Jim Romenesco, a journalist, has just released in his blog an internal Gannett document in which the group describes up to 16 profiles that need to be incorporated into the Pensacola News Journal.
Horne has led the Pensacola News Journal since January.
I never doubted it when I first heard it many years ago, and now its veracity has been emphasized once again by an article in the Pensacola News Journal.
According to the Pensacola News Journal, Dicus was surfing, and White was paddling a raft in the Gulf of Mexico's waters off Sandestin, Florida, last June when they witnessed a shark attack 14-year-old Jamie Daigle from Gonzales, Louisiana.
The Pensacola News Journal reports that "the store ordered us off their property, told us to come pick up our newspaper racks and clear out.
14,000 of that cost donated by Pensacola News Journal
Schools, I think, already have the right to do this," Clary told the Pensacola News Journal.