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Edwards campaign strategy

...or "How to attack Hillary Clinton's lead and show you're a viable candidate." Democratic presidential contender John Edwards is criticizing former President Clinton, arguing that he allowed corporate insiders to shape the 1993 North American Free Trade Agreement that has cost U.S. jobs. Two [...]

Fewer voters in Florida

Fewer voters in Florida

The state voter rolls show that we have few people registered to vote in Florida than we did three years ago. Why? In 2005, the state legislature passed a bill requiring that in odd-numbered years, voter rolls be purged of people who have skipped two straight statewide elections. Hmmmm, who does [...]

County Budgets are online

County Budgets are online

Escambia County has its proposed budget up on the web - Proposed Budget for FY 2007/2008 - $415,581,059. Santa Rosa County's link is 2007-2008 Tentative Budget Information - $104,088,414. Okaloosa County: Proposed 2007-08 Budget - $312,971,923. Escambia County's proposed budget is just [...]

New INweekly website

New INweekly website

Check out new website. We've added several new features, including daily news, A&E, Music and Film/TV reports. Plus, you can check on the blog, too. There are a few features that need a little work, like the guides section, but we think it will become a site you will want to visit several times [...]

Local guests at Clinton event

From Duwayne Escobedo: It's not too late to get your $2,300 tickets for the exclusive Hillary Clinton fund-raiser in Destin. Former President Bill Clinton is visiting Harbor Docks. U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., leads among Democratic presidential hopefuls in Florida, according to the latest [...]

Letter from BDI on red clay

Here is a letter dated August 2, 2007 to Santa Rosa Island Authority board members. Read No red clay

BDI adamant about red clay

From IN editor Duwayne Escobedo: RED CLAY DEBATE There are a few issues on Pensacola Beach that will always start a melee, like condos, taxes, beach safety and RED CLAY. Right now, the fight is over red clay and whether Roads Inc. is or isn't hauling it to the beach and mucking up the [...]

ECAT gets a reprieve

The Escambia County commission agreed to help fund the Escambia County Area Transit through Sept. - $102,000. The company managing ECAT will put up $63K and the City of Pensacola is expected to contribute remainder needed to cover the $215,000 shortfall. The management company (Pensacola [...]

Moby choices

Am I the only one who notices PNJ columnist Mark O'Brien is in an O'pine rut? I guess when it's raining, he can't walk over to the Judicial Center courtrooms for more material. On a positive note, the column is a quicker read.

Unlimited building for Perdido

The Escambia County commissioners voted last night to remove the residential building cap for Perdido Key. Currently, a maximum of 7,150 residential units are allowed. The Florida Dept. of Community Affairs will have to approve the change because it amends the county's comprehensive land [...]

Who will replace Johnny Rogers

Who will replace Johnny Rogers

The daily newspaper reports, as many suspected, that Santa Rosa County Superintendent of Schools Johnny Rogers will retire and not run for re-election in 2008. There was some speculation that Rogers might resign early and push to have Gov. Crist appoint a successor that Rogers hand-picked but that [...]

Stop it or you will go blind

Local Law Firm Files Suit in Colorado Alleging Viagra Blindness Pensacola, Florida, July 30, 2007 – The Pensacola law firm of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz filed a federal lawsuit in Denver, Colorado on July 30, 2007 on behalf of Thomas Parker, alleging that Mr. Parker suffered an eye [...]

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