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Plain as Black & White?

Plain as Black & White?

TDC RECOMMENDATION RAISES THE ISSUE by J. Adam Morrison Is Escambia County’s government tinged with racism? The short answer, it seems, is no. But the longer version—still spilling out of a [...]

Behind The Collar

Behind The Collar

A HISTORY OF CHARITY AND CONTROVERSY IN ONE MAN’S QUEST TO FEED THE POOR by Grant Hutchinson He stands on the street corner dressed in a black suit with a clerical collar. In his hands is a [...]

The Buzz 5/26/11

The Buzz 5/26/11

BEST SCHOOL DISTRICT The best school district in the Florida panhandle is not Santa Rosa or Okaloosa. It’s Walton County. The State Board of Education approved the designation of 13 Florida school [...]

The Buzz 5.19.11

The Buzz 5.19.11

PRIVATE BP MEETING According to Escambia County Attorney Alison Rogers, the Tuesday, May 10 meeting was to be private so that BP and officials could confidentially talk about outstanding claims [...]

The Buzz 5/12/11

The Buzz 5/12/11

SACRED HEART HIT WITH $9 MILLION CUT Negotiators for the Florida House and Senate finalized their cuts to the state’s healthcare budget and agreed to make major reductions in funding of the [...]

The Buzz 5/5/11

The Buzz 5/5/11

POVERTY AND RACE AREN’T EXCUSES When School Board member Jeff Bergosh hid four years ago behind the nom de plume “Godzilla,” he railed at District 3, the county district with the largest [...]

Missing Papa Bear

Missing Papa Bear

Daughters honor father lost in Deepwater Horizon explosion By Rick Outzen Their father, Blair Manuel, wasn’t supposed to be on the Deepwater Horizon rig when it exploded the night of April 20, [...]

The Buzz 4/28/11

The Buzz 4/28/11

PUTNAM VOUCHES FOR SEAFOOD Florida’s Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam held on the anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon explosion at The Atlas Oyster Bar a roundtable discussion with community [...]

The Buzz 4/21/11

The Buzz 4/21/11

VICTIM’S MOTHER SPEAKS The mother of the 14-year-old girl who was sexually assaulted on March 1 in a reading class at Tate High School called IN to tell her side of the story (Independent News, [...]

One Year Later: Gulf Seafood Resurrection

One Year Later: Gulf Seafood Resurrection

FISHING IS BACK, THOUGH ISSUES WITH BP LINGER By Rick Outzen On Sunday, April 17, BP bought a full-page ad in the daily newspaper to reassure residents that the company hadn’t waivered from [...]

The Buzz 4/14/11

The Buzz 4/14/11

WMS SAGA: SEX AND FCAT The Warrington Middle School saga (Independent News, “Tarnished Turnaround,” April 7) continues as more parents and teachers come forward. The IN received details about [...]

Escambia County Leads IN Green Initiatives

Escambia County Leads IN Green Initiatives

CITY OF PENSACOLA LAGS BEHIND By Dustin Toney Cutler Bay offers incentives to encourage environmentally friendly building practices within the town and utilizes timers and energy efficient [...]

Interview with Superintendent Malcolm Thomas

Interview with Superintendent Malcolm Thomas

Direct answers to direct questions on WMS IS WARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL STILL HIS “TURNAROUND” SCHOOL? Thomas: “I want it to be. I want it to be for the students. I want it to work out. We [...]

The Buzz 4/7

The Buzz 4/7

ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING The City of Pensacola is doing another study of the Port of Pensacola, which is the third or fourth since 2003. This one has some hope since it’s being run by Mayor [...]

Sex and the School District

Sex and the School District

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AT TATE HIGH SCHOOL By RICK OUTZEN “Momma, pray for me. Momma, pray for me.  I’m going to throw up.” That’s what the Tate High School student told his mother over [...]

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