Saturday November 22nd 2014
The water’s fine. Right?
“So, what’s in our water?” asked marine biologist Heather Reed.
It’s a big question following last year’s oil spill. Reed, who has monitored the Gulf since [...]
The Pensacola City Council needs help. But it’s not coming from South Carolina.
Bill Reynolds, Pensacola City Administrator, informed council members today that their selected candidate for the [...]
DeLuna Fest announces the sale of $75 single day tickets starting at 10am CST today for the music festival featuring over 80 bands on Pensacola Beach on October 14th , 15th and 16th. DeLuna [...]
This is just the beginning. Or, at least a discussion about the beginning.
“There’s no funding at this moment,” stressed Pensacola Parks and Recreation Director Dave Flaherty. “Let me just [...]
You can’t do much with 44 cents. Except mail a letter.
For less than half a dollar, the United States Postal Service will take your letter here and deliver it way over there. Apparently, in [...]
The day after found him chipper. He’s still here; apparently not planning on going anywhere. The meeting came and went and Denis McKinnon was still standing.
“It went good,” the Chairman of [...]
BEHIND THE COVER Cover stories, like this week’s “When Yellow Ribbons Aren’t Enough,” take a piece of your soul when you write them. After days of research, phone calls and interviews, you [...]
Escambia County Voter Survey—Quality of Life 2011
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SAM HALL After nearly 25 hours of budget workshops, someone on the Pensacola City Council tried to bring order to one of the strangest budget deliberations in recent memory. Hall realized [...]
ALARMING RATE OF SUICIDES AMONG VETERANS
By Rick Outzen
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Dave Glassman brought two men to the offices of the Independent News. One, Elliot, was an Iraq War veteran who was [...]