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Independent News Wins State Award

Independent News Wins State Award

The Society of Professional Journalists’ South Florida Chapter recently honored the Independent News and its publisher Rick Outzen for their investigative reporting of the Escambia County Public [...]

The Buzz 6/21/12

The Buzz 6/21/12

Razor Wire Blues Where is Oakwood Terrace Apartments? The girl walking down the street doesn’t know. She scrunches her face into a confused grimace. How about Truman Arms? There’s a spark [...]

Not Fit for Human Consumption

Not Fit for Human Consumption

Bath Salts and Zombies Make Headlines By Stephanie Sharp On Saturday, May 26, a naked Rudy Eugene was shot and killed when he failed to obey police orders to stop chewing off another man’s [...]

The 40-Day Fish

The 40-Day Fish

By Jeremy Morrison Heading back after a day of Red Snapper fishing, Captain Richard Baker’s phone starts jumping off the hook. Before he makes it to the marina, the charter captain is setting up [...]

The Buzz 6/14/12

The Buzz 6/14/12

Few Black Principal Candidates The Escambia County Public School District has a very diverse student enrollment. Minorities comprise over half of the student body.  However 78 percent of the [...]

Campout in the Court

Campout in the Court

By Jeremy Morrison The encampment at Pensacola City Hall has lost some of its luster since last fall. Occupy Pensacola’s patchwork of tents and political philosophies have given way to what [...]

The Buzz 6/7/12

The Buzz 6/7/12

DISPARITY STUDY DELAYED The disparity study currently being conducted for the city of Pensacola should be done by the end of June. Originally, the study was to wrap up in May. “Our hope is to [...]

Powering Up for the Future

Powering Up for the Future

Gulf Coast is poised for new space era By David Tortorano On May 22, a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon space capsule lifted off the pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The mission itself [...]

The Buzz 5/31/12

The Buzz 5/31/12

Legion Field Update With plans to break ground by the end of summer, the city of Pensacola hosted another public input meeting last night for the Legion Field Resource Center. Dave Flaherty, the [...]

The Best Gun Salesman in America

The Best Gun Salesman in America

Obama’s Re-Election Driving Gun Sales By Adriana Dueck-Lyon In small brown-brick that sits in the shadow of Pensacola Christian College, Ammunition Sales Company has had brisk sales since the [...]

Walking Out the Chamber Door

Walking Out the Chamber Door

Hawthorne Releases Plan, Resigns By Jeremy Morrison About an hour into the meeting, Tony McCray called for a timeout. Play on the field was getting rough. “If we could just smoke the peace [...]

The Buzz 5/25/12

The Buzz 5/25/12

Occupy Pensacola Wins One, Loses One A man associated with Occupy Pensacola has been found not guilty of trespassing. A woman with him at the time, however, was found guilty of trespassing. David [...]

The Mystery of Memorial Day

The Mystery of Memorial Day

How Pensacola Beach Became The Hot Spot By Jennie McKeon There’s no mistaking what time of year it is on Pensacola Beach during Memorial Day weekend. Every year, the beach is sprinkled with [...]

Community Rallies Against Violence

Community Rallies Against Violence

By Jeremy Morrison and Stephanie Sharp Speaking out against violence in their communities, local ministers joined forces on a recent Saturday afternoon for some Sunday-morning [...]

Backyard Revolution

Backyard Revolution

Chicken City By Jeremy Morrison As the children chased the chickens up the yard’s slight hill, their mother rattled off the reasons she likes keeping the family’s pair of birds in the [...]

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