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July 1, 2002

The quest: to hem in strip clubs
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling raises hopes among county officials trying to shape an ordinance on adult clubs.

Athletes deserve special funding
Val Lundin and Judy Brunner have spent most of the past 20 years helping mentally retarded children develop their physical skills and compete in the Special Olympics. Three years ago, Brunner's efforts earned her the Florida Special Olympics' highest honor -- induction into the Hall of Fame.

Sims Park event sizzles
NEW PORT RICHEY -- For four-year-old Cheyne McIlroy, Saturday's Independence Day celebration in Sims Park was all about winning.

Homeowner opens fire to warn off an intruder
The New Port Richey man said the suspect charged his window when he confronted him.

New market creates treats for the senses
The Florida Estates Winery hosts the Fresh Market, where shopper can find an array of sights, tastes and smells.

Bulldogs unite behind old idea
For 33 years, Zephyrhills High alumni have held an annual reunion open to all who ever felt the tug of ties to the school's mascot.

Neighbors complain about fast watercraft
Residents along the Hillsborough River have asked the city of Tampa to reconsider a ban on water scooters.


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