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April 28, 2002

Cancer fight's 300 survivors bask in cheers
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[Times photo: Kevin White]
Some walked, some watched, some wept. At midnight, 59 relay teams turn in $108,000 en route to their goals of $150,000 and a cure.
Jan Glidewell
Have cards, will travel -- and marry, vote and buy
I have two wallets.

League seeks to unify many into one voice
By establishing a coalition in the beginning, leaders want to provide timely input on issues such as responsible growth.

Lawmaker's legacy is refusal to conform
As state Sen. Ginny Brown-Waite aims for Congress, backers and critics remember her as a Republican willing to defy industry groups and her own party.

Public incivility was topped only by ignorance
I have only regretted moving to Hernando County a few times. Among them:

Nelson concert, fans were great despite the heat
Editor: Re: Nelson fans brave heat wave, by staff writer Jorge Sanchez, April 22 Times:

Class 4A, Region 2 quarterfinal
WHO: Ridgewood (23-7) at Central (15-12).

Region-bound Bears are on roll
Central's season was over. Dead. Finished. Leave your uniform in the coaches office, and see you at the banquet.

Another 300 for Zuidema family
John Zuidema Jr. bowled his second career 300 game April 19 at Spring Hill Lanes, leaving him one behind his son, John III.

Springstead, Central may meet fourth time
Springstead's 1-0 victory over Central in Friday's Class 4A, District 7 final marked the third time the teams played this season.

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