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IN YOUR HEAD RADIO – Line-up set

IN Your Head Radio Line-up set for 9/22/06 Winners & Losers: Dream Headlines News: Mike Papantonio – Film “Jesus Camp” Loaded Gun: Grayson Capps, N.O….

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Shocking Documentary

Director Steve Baumann of the French TV station Canel-Plus is in town to gather information for a French documentary on Tasers. The French government is…

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County moves to new offices – exclusive photos

County offices are continuing to move into the new Escambia County Government Center. The new facility is located at 221 Palafox Place, adjacent to the…

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County attorney may be in trouble

RB Buzz: When the new county commission takes office, County Attorney Janet Lander may be placed on the hot seat. At least two commissioners are…

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2005 Crime Stats for Greater Pensacola Area

The FBI released its annual crime statistics report yesterday, and the Pensacola MSA (includes Escambia and Santa Rosa counties) did better in 2005 than most…

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Gore: No more payroll taxes

Al “An Inconvenient Truth” Gore has come up with a unique tax method that may boost employment and help the environment. At speech yesterday at…

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Damn, Ron Melton. There is a Black Caucus

Remember when right before the Sept. 5th primary, the chairman of the Escambia County Democratic Executive Committee sent out a press release warning voters about…

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Who will be on Maritime Park board?

The PNJ did a story on the board for Community Maritime Park Associates: Interest high in park board. This board will oversee the construction, development…

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New Commissioner will focus on jobs

The Escambia County Commissioner for District 2, Gene Valentino, was elected primarily because he offered the voters a solid platform. Economic Development and Jobs were…

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