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Waging the War on Women

Waging the War on Women

Local Women Fight for Their Rights By Jennie McKeon Evalyn Narramore was taught to fight for her rights as a woman from her mother, an escort at an abortion clinic who belonged to the [...]

Kids Unlimited

Kids Unlimited

Students give back to A.A. Dixon By Jennie McKeon Most high school students plan their summer vacation around trips to the beach and music festivals. But for Sara Papantonio and Mollie Johnson, [...]

The Buzz 5/3/12

The Buzz 5/3/12

Council Upset Again While it eventually green-lighted the Pen Air deal, the Pensacola City Council let it be known that it was not pleased about the circumstances. “Delighted to support the deal [...]

The Buzz 4/26/12

The Buzz 4/26/12

Bense Responds To Nooses University of West Florida President Judy Bense used an April 18 student forum to address the hate crimes on the campus, specifically the two nooses found on her main [...]

Up In Smoke

Up In Smoke

One More Local Bar Debates Going Smoke-Free by Jeremy Morrison Over the past two decades, public smoking has been relegated to sidewalks and doorways. Many states have banned it from all public [...]

BP Oil Spill: Two Years Later

BP Oil Spill: Two Years Later

Facts aren’t as glowing as BP ads by Jeremy Morrison It’s been two years since the oil spill and all is well. BP says so. For months leading up to the second anniversary this month of the [...]

The Buzz 4/19/12

The Buzz 4/19/12

King In Court On April 11, Hugh King, a non-party-affiliated candidate for Escambia County Commission, District 3, asked Circuit Court Judge Thomas Santurri to grant a restraining order against Lumon [...]

Balancing the Books

Balancing the Books

Library’s Last Chapter by Jeremy Morrison The West Florida Public Library System is in what Bette Hooton calls “crisis mode.” The panic is due to the fact that the local library system [...]

Dreaming Up a Downtown

Dreaming Up a Downtown

by Jeremy Morrison With the late 20th century migration to the suburbs and shopping malls, many of this country’s downtowns began their eerie decline into desperate landscapes of forgotten [...]

The Buzz 4/12/12

The Buzz 4/12/12

KEEP TALKING While it appeared Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer was ready to go to war over the city’s natural gas franchise dispute with Gulf Breeze, city officials have chosen to stick to the [...]

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