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June 14, 2002
Howard Troxler
State's take on canker just a little bit cantankerous
Please understand that I started out in a friendly posture toward our state Department of Agriculture. I accepted, and still accept, the state's goal of eradicating the disease of citrus canker in Florida through the removal of infected trees. I wrote a column last week saying so.

Top stories
Four bid to offer choice busing
The companies are vying to ferry students after school choice begins next year.

Priest extradited to face charges
LARGO -- A Catholic priest charged last month with sexually assaulting two 11-year-old boys in the 1980s was extradited to Pinellas on Thursday as prosecutors considered an additional charge against him.

Indian Rocks official to run for state Senate
Joanna Kennedy, an Indian Rocks Beach city commissioner and hair salon owner, has announced plans to run for the state Senate.

Former House member to seek state Senate seat
Dennis L. Jones, who spent 22 years in the Florida House of Representatives before term limits forced him out in 2000, has announced plans to run for the state Senate.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Move to accredit campus may end

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • City eases radio tower demands on station
  • Owner escalates ark rent dispute
  • Building honors former housing leader
  • Schools' high marks come as no surprise
  • Shhh! It's the evening hangout for teens
  • Caregiver charged in theft from 2nd patient
  • State to see world's best youngsters
  • Happenings
  • Painted Fish spawns an expansion

  • Editorial
  • Fix for water rates gets it only half right

  • Letters
  • Scooter ticket leaves mom questioning cop's wisdom

  • Hillsborough headlines

    Ernest Hooper
  • All the dirt on laundry, VIVO and vouchers
  • Building art for art's sake
  • Deputies interrupt Tampa robbery, arrest pair

  • North of Tampa
  • Squeaky wheels prompt check of mechanics
  • 'This is the place to be'
  • Tampa athlete Shaw is tops at Davis Islands
  • Remove insects and fertilize to restore lawns to health
  • Gambler fills pot at pros' expense
  • In art, a window on the world
  • A grand adventure
  • Board pays legal bills for ethics inquiry
  • Democrat abandons District 61 House race
  • Commission whittles housing proposal
  • Neighborhood notebook

  • City Times
  • Can't we all just get along
  • Can Ybor get respect in the morning?
  • An invitation to 'everlasting beauty'
  • Couple fuses cultures in renovation
  • Splashy fun at aquarium wine bash
  • Waterfront properties don't have to cost a small fortune
  • Flying high through life
  • She was at home on three continents
  • What's in a name? Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse
  • Program aims to lure apartments to recycle
  • Reading the rumors: What will fill Jacobson's?
  • Volunteer efforts help club to open
  • In hidden roadside stand, there's honey of a business

  • News of Florida

    Howard Troxler
  • State's take on canker just a little bit cantankerous
  • Grades renew voucher debate
  • Experts agree: It's safe to swim
  • Criminal past of guardian revealed
  • Candidate forum strikes a minor key
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