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Shame Issue

Shame Issue

Taking Lipstick Off The Pig In August 2006, the Prosperity Pensacola released the Escambia County Indicator Report. The report presented data on 62 indicators of community well being, spanning [...]

How to Kill the Monster that Eats Children

How to Kill the Monster that Eats Children

Shutting Down Prison Pipeline By Jeremy Morrison A local woman recently found out her son had bought a dirt bike. Then she found out he’d been arrested. “I didn’t even know you [...]

Rising Stars 2013

Rising Stars 2013

By IN staff The economic development folks will tell you how important a solid talent pool of potential employees is to the companies that they are recruiting to the area. The Quality Life [...]

Being First Isn’t Easy

Being First Isn’t Easy

Hayward’s Midterm Report By Jeremy Morrison & Rick Outzen It’s doubtful that back in 2009 the proponents for the city charter pictured a rookie politician and untested business executive [...]

A Mother’s Pain

A Mother’s Pain

Ending the Violence & Bloodshed By Rick Outzen On a sunny Monday afternoon, Labar Brown stepped out of his home to get ice cream for his family. The kids, Miracle, age 6, and Cardarylo, age [...]

Looking Forward to 2013

Looking Forward to 2013

IN Staff Makes Predictions for the New Year by IN Staff Bored from recapping '12 and waiting for the world to end on 12/21, the IN Staff got together and decided to predict the future. Nothing [...]

Top 2012 News Stories

Top 2012 News Stories

RESTORE Race Begins Escambia County stands to get a windfall of money—with estimates ranging between $100 and $200 million—as a result of the Clean Water Act fines facing BP. There’s no [...]

Notable Deaths ’12

Dr. Charles Augustus Jan. 26, 2012 Filed the lawsuit, Augustus v. School Board of Escambia County, on behalf of his 6-year-old daughter, laying the groundwork for the 1969 desegregation order that [...]

2012 Year In Review

2012 Year In Review

Our Top Cover Stories of the Year by In Staff By IN Staff The Independent News earned its reputation once again for no-holds-barred reporting, with no “sacred cows.” Our reporting earned us [...]

Memorable Quotes ’12

Memorable Quotes ’12

“I could have went the other way if someone did not care enough to stay actively engaged in my life.”—Rev. Joseph Marshall “I’d always had the Lucille Ball approach to life: don’t mess [...]

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