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Outtakes 4/5/12

Outtakes 4/5/12

DÉJÀ VU The shooting of Trayvon Martin reminds me of the 2009 killing of Pensacola teen Victor Steen who was run over by Pensacola Police Officer Jerald Ard. The Pensacola homicide was captured on [...]

Jon Morris Back From Nashville

Jon Morris Back From Nashville

By Jennie McKeon After recording his first professional album in Nashville, Tenn. in March, Jon Morris is ready to serenade the local coffee houses again. Morris has been playing music for [...]

The Buzz 4/5/12

The Buzz 4/5/12

OIL MONEY The RESTORE Act is adrift again. While lawmakers had attached the act to a failed transportation bill, the House last week decided to pass a temporary transportation bill sans [...]

Trucking the Southern Route

Trucking the Southern Route

by Jeremy Morrison The darkened backroads of the South’s soul are best explored in an old car going way too fast, with the radio blasting Lynyrd Skynyrd way too loud. The Drive-By Truckers have [...]

Capping Success

Capping Success

Capstone gives students a head start By Jennie McKeon Karen Berry, a parent at Capstone, was almost out of options before she found the school. “When my son wasn’t making progress in the [...]

A&E Picks 4/5/12

A&E Picks 4/5/12

Take Me Out The Ballgame The Community Maritime Park is finally ready and opening day for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos is here. Click here for the complete lowdown on all things baseball. One Day [...]

“Wahoo Week” Events

“Wahoo Week” Events

4/5 OPENING DAY 4:30 p.m. Park opens. 6 p.m. Opening Ceremonies Special Welcome by Pat O’Connor, President of Minor League Baseball, Collier Merrill, Chairman, Community Maritime Park Authority, [...]

The Fabric of Pensacola

The Fabric of Pensacola

Locally owned businesses make Pensacola special By IN staff Before our fellow media outlets decided that promoting local business was a cool idea, the Independent News, Pensacola’s locally [...]

Wahoos Manager Ready for Opening Day

Wahoos Manager Ready for Opening Day

By James Hagan After over a year of growing anticipation, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos make their season debut April 5 at home against the Montgomery Biscuits in the newly-opened downtown Community [...]

Viewpoint—Liberal Media Bias is Real

Viewpoint—Liberal Media Bias is Real

By Grant Hutchinson Rush Limbaugh had it right all along. I’m not a journalist, but I did write a few articles last year for the Independent News. On the surface, most of these pieces were [...]

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