Dusty holiday is sand in face of Tommytown
||First baby not a yawner
[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
Concerned about the baby's heart rate, doctors decided to perform an unscheduled Caesarean section to deliver Pasco's first baby 10 minutes after midnight.
A dust storm during a gathering further grates Tommytown residents who say they've waited too long for too little.
Drunken county worker arrested
A maintenance man summoned to fix a flooded bathroom at the Sheriff's Office shows up intoxicated.
A tranquil pastime quietly takes wing
As the number of U.S. birdwatchers soars, local enthusiasts hope a new guide and other efforts will draw more of them to Pasco.
Recycling in Pasco more talk than action
Editor: In response to Gov. Bush's new attitude with regard to recycling, I am a new resident to Pasco County. When I lived in Clearwater, there was a recycling program that required residents to recycle plastic, glass and newspapers. What kind of recycling program does Pasco County really think it has? The article stated, "The state requires all counties to recycle." Maybe, but here it's the most half-hearted effort I have ever seen.
County drainage rules don't extend far enough
The Miller family has mixed feelings about having its name affixed to a county ordinance. At least the one governing stormwater drainage.