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Panhandle news roundup

News Journal reports a former Catholic High School teacher is charged with using a mirror to look under a woman’s skirt at a Pensacola bookstore…

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No criminal investigation on VFD stipends

From Duwayne Escobedo: Assistant State Attorney Greg Marcille says no criminal investigation of overpayments of stipends to volunteer firefighters is being conducted right now. “At…

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What’s happening with public library?

In March 2006, Escambia County voters approved the sales tax extension that included $34.6 million for libraries and community centers. To date, nothing has been…

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Mobile grows by 50 acres

From Moblie Register: One of the westernmost points of the Mobile city limits will creep a little closer to Schillinger Road when an annexation approved…

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Panhandle news roundup

WedsDaily Dose Gulf County Sheriff resigns. WalMart won’t give up on Mary Esther store. Dog mauls owners. Another typical Wednesday news day.

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Outzen hits 50

From the IN staff: For the first time in three generations, an Outzen male has reached the ripe old age of 50. We had a…

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Sac Bee will require real names for comments

There is growing debate whether newspapers should require people to use their real names when they comment on articles on the papers’ websites. The Sacramento…

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Baldwin County: Something in the water

The Mobile Press Register reports that  swimmers are being attacked by jellyfish, sea lice and something yet to determined in the waters off the Baldwin…

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Panhandle news roundup

TuesDaily Dose Copeland’s becomes the restaurant closing that just won’t go away as Federal Trade Commission steps in. Another Pensacola area cemetery is vandalized. News…

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