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The Buzz 7/19/12

The Buzz 7/19/12

Dixon Proves Critics Wrong A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence wasn’t able to earn higher than a “F,” but the little inner-city school raised its scores more than any other school in [...]

Unforgotten

Unforgotten

Victims of Unsolved Crimes Priority for Cold Case Unit By Stephanie Sharp Melissa Eck disappeared from Patricia Drive in Pensacola over 20 years ago. The girl, age 15, was last seen in 1992 by [...]

The Buzz 7/5/12

The Buzz 7/5/12

Bill of Health With Americans on the edge of their seats, the U.S. Supreme Court finally broke the suspense in late June and upheld—kind of, sort of—President Barack Obama’s health care reform [...]

A Charter’s Course

A Charter’s Course

A.A. Dixon’s Next Move By Jeremy Morrison The offer was bittersweet. While potentially sparing A.A. Dixon Charter School of Excellence from closure, the proposed amendment to the [...]

The Buzz 6/28/12

The Buzz 6/28/12

MYERS VS. MAYOR Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers is suing Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward. The suit is over a May 15 memorandum in which Hayward informed council members that they are not [...]

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 [...]

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