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June 25, 2002

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

6 teens injured when car hits pole
Troopers say the driver and two passengers were drinking alcohol before the accident occurred, and parents say at least two of the teenagers were ejected.

Man dies in fall from pickup
DARBY -- A 38-year-old Tampa man was killed Sunday night after he fell out of the back of a pickup truck headed east on State Road 52, near Ehren Cutoff.

State considering charges in starvation of chickens
An animal rights group spokesman says the 200,000 deaths are among the worst cruelty cases in the country.

Suspects are quick, furry, gray, unwanted
Courthouse renovations in Dade City introduce a gang of skittering rodents to the Clerk's Office, where workers warily persevere.

Church is sued over molestation
The mother of a victim files suit, claiming the Gospel Outreach Church should have known of the molester's record.

Agenda packed with rhubarb fodder
The Port Richey City Council takes up a trio of touchy issues: the Building Department, gambling boats and the river.

Royal Knight defender will play college ball
NEW PORT RICHEY -- River Ridge defensive tackle Joey Mayo will play college football this fall, and he'll do it as a Fighting Scot.

Two boys teams headed to Knoxville
HUDSON -- Two boys teams from Top Contenders have qualified for the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics.

County fares well at Games
Fourteen individuals and two teams from Pasco County were among the 7,000-plus amateur athletes competing this month in Palm Beach County. Here are the highlights:

Hudson Beach closed because of bacteria
HUDSON -- Pasco County Health Department officials closed Hudson Beach to swimmers this weekend, warning beachgoers that recent heavy rains likely have washed harmful bacteria into the waters there.

Letters
Graduate proud to have gone to PHCC
Editor: I was part of the graduation ceremony at Pasco-Hernando Community College on May 7. I received my associate's degree in arts, and I wanted to say that I am so proud to have graduated from an institution with such a fine academic standard, as well as a staff of professionals that make up the support system of the school. The two years that I've spent at PHCC have been filled with encouragement and support. All of my professors have been wonderful, and the staff, including the financial advisers and the student service personnel led by Mr. Alfonsa James, dean of student services, and his assistant Melinda Xiggores have made it possible for me to pursue my academic goals. I wanted to thank Pasco-Hernando Community College for providing such an incredible service to our community.

 


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