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Hot Times 8.26.10

  THURSDAY 08.26 MORNING AND EVENING RUNS AT RUNNING WILD 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. weekly. Meet at Running Wild for a steady-pace run for all levels of runners. 3012 E. Cervantes St. 435-9222 or [...]

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 [...]

IN’s 2010 Endorsements

It's ok, dear readers, we know some of you haven't paid much attention to this upcoming election. All those direct mail advertisements from the candidates probably went straight into the garbage, [...]

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 [...]

Staff Pick: Southern Sundays

SOUTHERN SUNDAY SUPPERS AT THE FISH HOUSE Beginning on Aug. 22, every Sunday after 5 p.m., a fixed-price menu will be offered that will feature traditional Southern items with a modern touch. The [...]

The Public Record: Jonathan Walker

by Maxwell Chase... Dear Maxwell, I think it's important for the people of Pensacola to know the story of Jonathan Walker. Please explain. -Tasha P. ........................ Before the start [...]

Who is Strongest of Them All?

Who is Strongest of Them All?

IN Examines The Strong Mayor Showdown. Bare, Hayward, Mack and Wiggins face off to the new CEO of Pensacola in the August 24 primary. By Sean Boone For the first time in Pensacola's history, [...]

Much Ado About Shakespeare

  Professional Theatre Opens this Month Without a doubt, Pensacola residents support the arts. Pensacola Museum of Art's Culture Club unites them monthly, and the crowds that spill onto [...]

Outtakes: World Class Risk

  By Rick Outzen When city leaders list the reasons why someone should live inside the Pensacola city limits, fire protection is at or near the top of that list. At the recent mayoral [...]

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