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September 6, 2002

Jan Glidewell
It's simple! New voting machine passes test
I have a column idea for you," my wife said, "and don't try acting like your cell phone is cutting out; I know you don't have one."

Fire empties nursing home
The fire, which police say was started by a man smoking near his oxygen supply, was doused quickly and caused little damage.

Gulf High teacher Tom Dale dies at 50
The well-respected science teacher had a sudden and massive heart attack.

What's in a name? A circuit judge's re-election hopes
DADE CITY -- A judge by any other name is not the same judge.

Activist: Survey says to preserve
An environmentalist who hopes to spur a land acquisition program says a survey reveals there are many preserve-minded people like her.

Developers plan 176 homes
Pasture land west of Zephyrhills would become the Greens at Hidden Creek. Hearings on rezoning will be Oct. 9 and 15.

Your business' glossy logo, on patrol
Dade City signs up with a new program that pairs companies with police departments for patrol car sponsorship deals.

Council chews over police referendum
An election will decide whether the Port Richey police department remains. But when?

Sept. 11 tributes to include flags, prayer, more
Pasco residents will mark the anniversary of Sept. 11 with prayer, flags and other tributes. Members of the Lutz-Land O'Lakes Woman's Club are inviting the community to join them as they wave American flags along State Road 54 in the morning.

Dade City scrambles for cash under tight budget plan
DADE CITY -- City Commissioners on Thursday found themselves with a bare cupboard and a hungry brood.

Brown Acres residents dispense advice freely
More than 60 turn out at the first of a series of public meetings about fixing up the community off U.S. 19.

Hudson limping into its opener with Ridgewood
Is this September, or November?

Bulldogs two-way starter in intensive care after car accident
ZEPHYRHILLS -- Zephyrhills senior Paul Maxwell, a starting tight end and defensive end, was injured in a car accident Wednesday night but in "good condition" in the intensive care unit of a Tampa hospital Thursday.

Pirates fullback sits out
Coach Ricky Thomas suspends Devon Hicks for tonight's game.

The Cornwell era
Ridgewood's new coach believes he can turn the Rams around

Letters
Environment should be candidates' litmus test
Editor: It has been said that we, the people, are responsible for the custodial care of the environment. Our waterways and wetlands have continued to deteriorate during the 28 years I have lived in Pasco County.

 


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