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August 22, 2002

PHCC's enrollment soars
The amount of instructors, state money and space hasn't changed, but enrollment certainly has.

29-mile Suncoast Trail gains national recognition
The designation as a National Recreation Trail places the trail on the Department of Interior's Web site.

2-year-old girl battling encephalitis
The youngster has encephalitis. The source is unknown, but it is not from the West Nile virus.

School buses roll again through Brookridge
BROOKRIDGE -- School buses are rolling up to three new bus stops in Brookridge and a stewing controversy seems to have subsided after an agreement between families with schoolchildren and the president of the property owner's association.

Woman details events that led up to rape investigation
SPRING HILL -- It started with a movie.

Leopards have less time to prepare for Wildcats
BROOKSVILLE -- Hernando's game at Wesley Chapel has been moved to Oct. 17, a Thursday night.

Former runner's road leads to VMI position
Hernando grad Paul Spangler becomes head coach at military school.

Briefly
Two-day job fair set at county fairgrounds

Word by word
For Cynthia Haring's students, progress often comes with small phrases and big expectations. As a teacher of English for Students of Other Languages, she helps provide "tools for a successful life."

RSVP sends seniors back to school as volunteers
It is one of two programs seeking much-needed community helpers as the school year gears up.

School board activity
Political activities rules loosened a bit

Letters
Officials, not victim, have credibility problem
Editor: Three Spring Hill firefighters go to a job related conference out of town. They each have admitted to taking turns having "consensual" sex one evening with a 30-something college student who was dating one of the firefighters. The female acknowledges she had been drinking, or may have been drugged; and she waits for 24 days to file a police report that she was raped.

 


Other North Suncoast news
  • Officials probing jail death mystery
  • Another hitch develops in flag-raising project
  • Well tests find lead; source unknown
  • City manager: Strife is 'draining'
  • Beating victim describes night of blood and terror
  • Unsung Maggiore just wants chance
  • Citrus coaching staff will have some kick
  • Students' Outback field trip hits the spot
  • Two for the road
  • Teacher returns to nomadic ways
  • Sheriff's answers ring hollow to mother
  • Deputies, jail inmates chip in to tear down mountain of rubbish
  • Clark target of an ethics complaint
  • Diary complaints get response
  • Cooke takes training on the road
  • County ready to accept bids
  • Team hits stride early
  • Qualifying first step to Open
  • Late book? Better have good story
  • Democrat McCart to join House race
  • Armed man robs gas station
  • Several children injured when bus, SUV collide
  • Man, 20, accused of having sex with girl, 13
  • Teenager killed in 4-wheeler accident
  • Businesses seek relief from rules
  • Edna McGinnis, 107, shared her memories

  • Editorial
  • County officials shortsighted on traffic woes

  • Letters
  • Do the math; police merger makes sense

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