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Monday, Nov. 8
Gov. Charlie Crist announces he is considering a posthumous pardon to Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors, who was convicted of sex crimes in a Miami court in 1970.

Tuesday, Nov. 9
Fifth-grade teacher Jacke Johnston wins the run-off election for Seat 3 on the Century Town Council.

Wednesday, Nov. 10
John Mitchell Tomlinson, a former Santa Rosa County sheriff’s lieutenant, is found guilty of three counts of sexual battery by a custodial authority on a person over the age of 12 and under the age of 18.

Thursday, Nov. 11
State Sen. Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) is named chairman of the Reapportionment and Redistricting Committee that will draw the boundaries of lawmakers’ districts.

Friday, Nov. 12
Circuit Judge Edward Nickinson decides to allow Sharia Jefferson, a 5-year-old girl who was found earlier in the week wandering, partially clothed, on Gulf Beach Highway, to return to the care of her father. Her mother has been charged with neglect.

Saturday, Nov. 13
An estimated crowd of 70,000 enjoys the final day of the Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show.

Sunday, Nov. 14
Pensacola Police modify the traffic flow to allow vehicles on Palafox Place at Garden Street to travel northbound, beginning Monday, Nov. 15.

NEWS OF THE WEEK
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal vacated on Wednesday, Nov. 10 the earlier 2-1 ruling in favor of W.D. Childers and will rehear Childers’ appeal of his bribery conviction.