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News: How The BP Spill Hits The West Coast

News: How The BP Spill Hits The West Coast

The Monterey County Weekly examines the dangers the BP oil spill brings the Pacific Ocean and elsewhere. Article

News:The BP Lawsuit Debate

News:The BP Lawsuit Debate

The AP examines the dilemma of either signing a claim with BP for oil-related damages or suing. Right now, the BP compensation fund is paying businesses and individuals for their short-term losses, [...]

Summer of BP Quiz

Summer of BP Quiz

Check Out Your Summer 2010 News IQ by IN staff 1. Who was the Pensacola bar owner that was rejected 21-17 by the Florida Senate and allowed to sit on the Public Service Commission? a) Steve [...]

Outtakes 9.2.10

BP BETRAYAL The day after the Aug. 24 primary, I stood in the middle of a throng of 250 laid-off oil response workers. It was a blistering hot day on the unforgiving asphalt parking lot at the Fort [...]

News: Tales From Gulf Waters

Boat Captains Tell Of Unreported Oil, Play-acting And Dispersant Tadpoles By Rick Outzen In May, Mark Williams, 49, came to Orange Beach, Ala. from Atlantic Beach, Fla. to captain a charter [...]

2010 Election Guide

by IN Staff... The Independent News is bringing you this special 2010 election guide filled with information from the local candidates and our endorsements for all the Aug. 24 primary races. We [...]

Winners & Losers: 8.19.10

  Winners GENE VALENTINO It was only a misdemeanor charge, but Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino had to fight it if he wanted to be re-elected. On Aug. 14, Okaloosa County Judge [...]


BP VP Darryl Willis, who heads the oil giant's claims processing, spoke at a press conference last week, vaguely telling reporters that his company would foot the bill for outstanding damages caused [...]

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