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Oliver Fires Back

Oliver Fires Back

County Administrator speaks out on his successes, failures and firing Following the Escambia County Commission’s termination vote, Randy Oliver stood from his chair and left the chambers. His [...]

Outtakes 11/8/12

Outtakes 11/8/12

Escambia’s Odd Couple Hell froze over and pigs began to fly when Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino made the motion to hire George Touart as the interim county administrator. They say [...]

Getting Messy in the Museum

Getting Messy in the Museum

By Jennie McKeon Blame it on the economy or your addiction to Pinterest, most of you are planning to present some homemade goodies this holiday season. The next two workshops at Pensacola [...]

Dog’s Day at the Beach?

Dog’s Day at the Beach?

SRIA Considers the Dog-Question at Nov. 14 Public Hearing By Jeremy Morrison An out of town visitor recently approached Santa Rosa Island Authority Executive Director Buck Lee at a gas station to [...]

News of the Weird 11/8/12

News of the Weird 11/8/12

by Chuck Shepherd Disgraced but Not Contrite Chutzpah! The former police chief of Bell, Calif., Randy Adams, had resigned in disgrace after prosecutors charged eight other city officials with [...]

My Pensacola—Mary Hoxeng

My Pensacola—Mary Hoxeng

Name: Mary Hoxeng Day Job: General Manager of Cat Country 98.7 & NewsRadio1620 / Owner Pensacola Resident Since: July 3, 2003 Good Eats: My “I have to eat quick” consistent favorite is [...]

Happenings 11/8/12

Happenings 11/8/12

THURSDAY 11.8 ‘PENSACOLA STATE  ART FACULTY EXHIBITION’ Now through Dec 14. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. The public is invited to [...]

Wine Festival Returns for Second Year

Wine Festival Returns for Second Year

By Hana Frenette Wine festivals don’t have to be stuffy or pretentious. Seville Quarter’s Second Annual Wine Fest is aiming to please and entertain, while educating festival patrons on [...]

Lacey B. DesignsTrunk Show at Indigeaux

Lacey B. DesignsTrunk Show at Indigeaux

Lacey B. Trunk Show at Indigeaux Indigeaux will be hosting a trunk show for local designer Lacey B. Designs, that will feature items from the Fall 2012 Collection, as well several special holiday [...]

Homeless But Not Hopeless

Homeless But Not Hopeless

Honoring National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week By Jennie McKeon Antonio Smith came to Pensacola for work after the oil spill. He found steady construction work and was renting a home [...]

The Case for Re-Election

The Case for Re-Election

In 2008 the Independent News endorsed Barack Obama for president. The weight of two wars, escalating healthcare costs, senseless inequality and economic uncertainty were on our minds when we made [...]

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