2010’s Best Photos: October

December 31, 2010

All this week, we are looking back at some of our favorite and most interesting photos of 2010. Today, we are featuring photos from October.

(For January and February, click here.)
(For March and April, click here.)
(For May and June, click here.)
(For July and August, click here.)
(For September, click here.)

This was our favorite photo from the football season as this Baker Gator  (#80) has a hard time figuring out which way was up as the Gators were defeated by the Chiefs.

Republican candidate Rick Scott campaigns in Molino just days before being elected Florida governor.

Escambia County Deputy Bobby Cook helps maintain a perimeter in the search for a suspect on York Road after shots were reportedly fired at a deputy.

The Tate High School Showband of the South marches past an “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” home in Pensacola.

Escambia County School Board member Gerald Boone uses his cell phone to photograph sparks from a Telsa coil on display during the grand opening of the Ernest Ward Middle School Electrical Academy.

The Century Town Council takes part in the “Purple Glove Dance” to support the American Cancer Society.

A Northview defender plows down a Jay Royal during Friday night football action.

First responders worked for about half an hour to free a man trapped in this Highway 97 crash in October.

Northview High School Dean Gary Mattes kisses a goat during a homecoming pep rally.

A Baker Gator goes down in a JV game against Northview.

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Doris and Lawrence Cooper announced in October that they were closing their Cooper’s Grocery in Bratt.

Newly elected Century Town Council member Sandra McMurray Jackson gets a congratulatory hug from Mayor Freddie McCall.

Authorities believe this fire in an abandoned Molino home was arson.

Broccoli and cabbage — fifth grade students at Molino Park Elementary teamed up with the Pensacola Little Theatre to learn about healthy veggies.




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