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Outtakes 7/28/11

Outtakes 7/28/11

ECONOMIC WAR Gov. Rick Scott visited Pensacola on Monday, July 25 and spoke at The Fish House to the board of the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, area elected officials and other supporters [...]

Winners & Losers 7/28/11

Winners & Losers 7/28/11

Winners GROVER ROBINSON The Escambia County commissioner who chaired the commission during the BP oil spill crisis testified on July 20 before the U.S. Senate about lessons learned from that [...]

Outtakes 7/21/11

Outtakes 7/21/11

COW WORTH MORE THAN BABY In north Escambia County, people are searching for the persons who strangled a pregnant cow over the Memorial Day weekend. A $3,000 bounty is being offered for any evidence [...]

Winners & Losers 7/21/11

Winners & Losers 7/21/11

Winners CMPA The Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees won another legal battle last week when Federal Judge Casey Rodgers denied the motion by Maritime Park Development Partners, [...]

Winners & Losers 7/14/11

Winners & Losers 7/14/11

Winners 17TH AVENUE TRESTLE An 18-wheeler driven by a Mississippi man got trapped last week under “Graffiti Bridge.” The truck measured about 13 feet 6 inches tall; the trestle clearance height [...]

Outtakes 7/14/11

Outtakes 7/14/11

HOT POTATO The Pensacola City Council president has called for a special workshop on the morning of Wednesday, July 20. The “hot topics” that she wishes to discuss outside of the Committee of the [...]

Winners & Losers 7/7/11

Winners & Losers 7/7/11

Now that IN has celebrated its birthday, the Crystal Ball cubicle of the Southwest Pensacola division of the IN media and entertainment empire has sent the Winners & Losers staff its predictions [...]

Outtakes 7/7/11

Outtakes 7/7/11

GROWING PAINS Watching the Pensacola City Council adapt to the new city charter has been painful. For nearly 80 years, city government was run by a staff that answered to a council that had ballooned [...]

Outtakes 6/30/11

Outtakes 6/30/11

AGAINST ALL ODDS A reader asked me, “How has the Independent News survived for a dozen years?” We’re a free publication solely dependent on advertising in an era that has seen the 9/11 tragedy, [...]

Winners & Losers 6/30/11

Winners & Losers 6/30/11

The IN political hack, muckracker and yellow journalist alumni association met and voted on the biggest winners of the first 12 years of the Independent News. In true Winners & Losers style, all [...]

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