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February 10, 2002

An Olympic 'hallmark'
photo
[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
A nurse's daily battles with trauma earn her the chance to
work with the helicopter paramedic operations at the Games.
Complete coverage on our Olympics page
Jan Glidewell
Beer bellies of Pasco -- don't get so excited
Come on now, did you think I wasn't paying attention?

Deputy looks into back seat, sees suspect pointing gun at him
LAND O'LAKES -- Pasco County sheriff's deputy Marc Petrucelli thought he was about to be shot, he said.

Changes pitched for impact fees
Pasco County's school impact fee ordinance, approved just a year ago, might need a rewrite to stop developers from exploiting a loophole in the law, county attorney Robert Sumner said.

Police captain calls it a career
ZEPHYRHILLS -- A conversation with Zephyrhills Police Capt. Richard Scudder almost always ends the same way:

Road expansions may get going by summer
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Two roads that will make driving easier for thousands of Pasco County residents are supposed to materialize starting this year.

Faithful live on a wing and prayers
WESLEY CHAPEL -- For Joey Perea, rock bottom was a Saturday night cocaine and alcohol binge. It was passing out at a party and waking up dazed. It was vomiting in the back of an old pickup, being found by a crying wife and thanking her with a hard shove to the ground.

Residents have a duty to reduce number of stray animals in county
Re: Unwanted, unloved and facing a death sentence, Jan. 13

There's confusion everywhere over fee to finance fire service
Maybe you're confused.

Zephyrhills to discuss contract for manager
ZEPHYRHILLS -- The Zephyrhills City Council will have a workshop at 5 p.m. Monday to discuss the merits of creating an evaluation process for City Manager Steve Spina.

Senior standouts return with something to prove
GULF -- It was only a preseason city classic, the first trip to the mound of his senior year, but Hudson pitcher Rob Petrucci made an impression on his coach.

Senior standouts return with something to prove
DADE CITY -- Lee Cruz is already proud to have much in common with his older brothers, Raul and Alex.  


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  • Businesses' refrain: 'We love the rally'
  • New facts shine dim light on case
  • Special counsel's voice is vital to acquisition
  • County did the right thing on well-drilling issue
  • Players to watch
  • How they'll fare is up in air
  • Teen who was thrown from truck is in fair condition
  • Mother, friends cope with 5-year-old's death
  • Delays hinder homes' staffing
  • Dunnellon's booming nature industry
  • Die cast in Halls River showdown
  • Promises challenge schools' top official
  • Single vote carries long-term impact
  • Pirates think big
  • Improvement starts at ground level
  • Citrus is 'solid' despite its youth
  • The week in review
  • Meeting staff ratios a challenge for homes

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