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June 24, 2002
Lassoing a legacy
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[Times photo: Stefanie Boyar]
The country's only touring black rodeo, now in its 19th year, makes its way to the Florida State Fairgrounds.

Howard Troxler

Genshaft, ensnarled in parochial quagmire, can take high road
The roots of St. Petersburg's decidedly mixed feelings toward the University of South Florida -- which is your state university and my state university, no matter where we live around here -- are deep and go back more than 40 years.

Top stories
Harbor hustles to welcome ships
Organizers have put in floating docks and laid water pipes to prepare for the tall ships of Americas' Sail 2002.

Gripes surge as water bills rise
New reclaimed water rates are causing homeowners associations to turn to the County Commission for relief.

Man's assertions land him in jail in sex abuse case
He boasted of being a pedophile, and police say he informed them he had child porn on his computer.

Holdups sharpen safety focus
A rash of robberies in the bay area has put a spotlight on security in the fast-food business.

Newspaper report links Al-Arian to terrorist group
Unnamed sources in a Tampa Tribune story say Al-Arian's role was in ideology and fundraising, not in hands-on operations.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Group urges victims to speak out on sex abuse

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Radio host weighs in where he's unwanted
  • The gift of a second chance
  • Thinning can begin, forestry expert says
  • 'Family' emerges from apartment ashes
  • Residents unite to have say in county
  • Historical society manager moves on

  • Letters
  • Largo library's design not pleasing to everyone

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • John Glaros, retired priest, former politician

  • News of Florida
  • Bush: No grand jury on DCF kids
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