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June 25, 2002

Keeping an eye on Rolf
[Times photo: Stephen J. Coddington]
Rolf, a 2-year-old miniature dachshund, looks closely at his reflection in the side mirror of his owner's car on Friday. Henry Comiskey of Inverness had ducked into the post office.

Jan Glidewell
Impatient? Check your anger before the law does
So, here's the situation:

Bus driver hears woman's cry for help
George Dirscherl says he was just doing his job when he left the bus to check on a late dial-a-ride passenger.

Proposed rules draw on Halls River lessons
County attorneys draft an ordinance to guide hearings like the one on the condos.

New district lines catch hopeful eye
In a District 5 without Alachua County, Jack Gargan sees a chance at the congressional seat he lost to incumbent Karen Thurman in 1998.

Fire ruling awaits lab results
Tests could help determine the cause of a Floral City mobile home fire that killed two people.

Courses soaking it all in
Dry Citrus and Hernando county links welcome recent rash of rain.


Other North Suncoast news
  • Heavy rains pelt parts of county
  • Residents oppose project funds
  • Jobs office opening in Spring Hill
  • Blast from the past

  • Letters
  • Misplacing millions is disturbing
  • 6 teens injured when car hits pole
  • Man dies in fall from pickup
  • State considering charges in starvation of chickens
  • Suspects are quick, furry, gray, unwanted
  • Church is sued over molestation
  • Agenda packed with rhubarb fodder
  • Royal Knight defender will play college ball
  • Two boys teams headed to Knoxville
  • County fares well at Games
  • Hudson Beach closed because of bacteria

  • Letters
  • Graduate proud to have gone to PHCC

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