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Andrews and Pensacola in Detroit Free Press

Defensive end Simeon Rice, released by the Bucs for failing a physical, said he passed a battery of exams administered by renowned orthopedist Dr. James…

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Santa Rosa Co. cuts property taxes

Santa Rosa County has set a tentative property tax rate for 2007-08 at 6.0953, a nearly 8 percent decrease from the current millage rate of…

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Mullet poisoned

University of West Florida researchers have found that mullet, redfish, speckled trout, flounder and croaker caught in the lower Escambia River, upper Escambia Bay, Bayou…

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Red clay used on the beach

Contractors are not allowed to use red clay on Pensacola Beach. However, the road contractor Roads, Inc. appears to have been given special dispensation and…

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Another jail inmate is dead

From IN editor Duwayne Escobedo: By now most people have heard about the tragic death of Leonard Black in the Escambia County jail and the…

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SMG/Civic Center honored

Press Release: PENSACOLA CIVIC CENTER MAKES MID-YEAR CHARTS! PENSACOLA, Fla.- The Pensacola Civic Center is making headlines for another successful season. Venues Today Magazine’s July…

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No perfect plans

There is no perfect plan for a strong mayor or charter government for Escambia County. However, what do know is that the current systems only…

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IN Strong Mayor plan

This doesn’t have to be complicated. Ballot Question: “Shall the City Charter be amended to change from a City Manager structure of government to a…

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Charter Government looks better now

Escambia County has repeatedly rejected charter government which has led to individual feafdoms in county government. The county commission and the citizens have no say…

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