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Alabama says Florida has drug problem

The Pensacola daily’s Michael Stewart is aggressively writing on the drug problem in the northern part of Escambia County, particularly Century. Flomaton Mayor Dewey Bondurant…

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Voters have spoken

Nearly two to one the Escambia County voters have voted against the half-cent sales tax for primary health care for the uninsured. Congratulations to those…

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Early results

35 of 90 Precincts Reporting Health Care Surtax Referendum YES 6,343 (36.47 %) NO 11,047 (63.53 %)

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Election update

As of 2 p.m. Voting turnout today is at about 10% overall – so including the early and absentee votes, we should hit the predicted…

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Private Investigator’s “report”

Here is the private investigator’s report on Access Escambia that “DParker” posted on pnj.com and which “DParker” claims proves “the health care initiative is a…

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Voting turnout

From David Stafford – Esc. County Supervisor of Elections 9,200 are already been cast via early voting and absentee. He still estimates turnout between 15%…

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Symphony names new director

It’s Christina Littlejohn who has worked with the Cleveland Orchestra and Mobile Symphony. PSO press release: Pensacola Symphony Orchestra board president Tom Bailey announced the…

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Vote today

This election could be decided by a handful of votes. For many, the Community Maritime Park vote last fall was a clear-cut choice for the…

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Anti’s make false issue of records

A more radical anti-Access Escambia contingent is foaming at the month because the non-profit corporation will not open its books for them to review….even though…

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