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September 1, 2002

Jan Glidewell
Eating alone no sin, even when life is built for two
You go into a restaurant, smile at the person seating you and say, "One, please."

Trio aiming to balance images
The primary race in County Commission District 4 has even the most faithful Republican stalwarts split.

Cultivating family
This is the season for combines and commitment as the Meltons complete yet another harvest for their seed business.

Bears start from ground up
BROOKSVILLE -- Six of the top runners from last season's state-qualifying boys team graduated.

Scrambling for pool space
BROOKSVILLE -- Water, water everywhere and not a place to swim.

Boaters blocked by fallen tree in river
WEEKI WACHEE -- Boaters exploring the Weeki Wachee River Saturday found an unexpected obstacle in their path -- a fallen tree that blocked the river, forcing some to end their excursions early.

Times Recommends: Nicholson for School Board
If you compared Sandra Nicholson's style as a public servant to the style of an automobile, she'd be a station wagon. Nothing extraordinary or flashy; just modest, comfortable and reliable.

Patience runs thin for inept leadership
Editor: Re: Officials query character plan, Aug. 24 Times.


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