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IN Celebrates 12 Years In Print

IN Celebrates 12 Years In Print

The very first Independent News was published on July 1, 1999. On the cover is a sign with a cocktail glass in a red circle with a slash through it. The sign on the sandy dunes topped with sea oats [...]

12 Pack

12 Pack

12 Unforgettable People Behind The Headlines By Rick Outzen For the past 12 years, the Independent News has met many fascinating characters that led to some of our best articles. It was [...]

More Memorables

More Memorables

ABROGAST, JESSIE 8-year-old boy who was mauled by a 7-foot bull shark on  July 6, 2001 while wading in knee-deep water at the Gulf Islands National Seashore. OK BATTLE, LINDSEY Singer 2006 INMA [...]

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 [...]

IN Timeline

IN Timeline

July 1999 First Independent published November 1999 First Florida Sun published September 2000 IN publishes first Best of the Coast January 2001 Papers merge to form Independent Florida [...]

Taking the Environmental Lead

Taking the Environmental Lead

ECUA Positions Escambia County for the Future Anew plant, new services and new opportunities for Escambia County. ECUA wears our Game Changer label well. The elimination of the Main Street [...]

The Last Word—Amy N. Hobbs

The Last Word—Amy N. Hobbs

Amy N. Hobbs Senior Paralegal, Ferry & Ferry, P.A. What is your chief characteristic? Punctuality! (Pause for reaction)...This is a complete lie. I’ll probably receive less hate mail from [...]

The Public Record

The Public Record

by Maxwell Chase Dear Maxwell, I would like to know about the story of Geronimo in Pensacola. I heard he was brought here as a tourist attraction. Is that true? -Lauren H. Yes, it is true. [...]

Deeds, Not Words

Deeds, Not Words

Escambia County Sheriff’s Department Cleans Up and Comes Clean Escambia County isn’t Mayberry anymore. Drugs, gangs and prostitution have all infected the area. The Sheriff’s Department [...]

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