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September 22, 2002

Bicounty commuters: live here, work there
[Times photo: Janel Schroeder-Norton]
More Pasco workers leave the county to go to work than those in any other bay area county, and that has a price.

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Jan Glidewell
Festival revived, with all the memories
You never can quite be sure what's going on when you hear Larry Whidden's voice on the other end of the telephone line.

Round of golf turns violent
The game, usually marked by civility, fair play and sportsmanship, is anything but. The State Attorney's Office is investigating.

Stadium alternative suggested
A county commissioner floats the idea of using tourist tax dollars to build a multipurpose youth sports complex rather than a tennis stadium.

Chambers vie to court new mall
At least two chambers of commerce have their eyes on a proposed shopping mall at I-75 and SR 56.

Offbeat campaigns add flavor to the election stew
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill McBride is stressing unity. The message may have gotten mangled on its way to Pasco County.

New coach set to give 'Cats boost
If girls basketball is the next sport to take off at Wesley Chapel, Mark Kopp will be the coach who gives the Wildcats their first taste of success.

Getting up to speed
The football education of Joe Bain, slow and steady, took a big step last week.

Friday night rewind

Unbeaten conference newcomer Chasco captures attention
NEW PORT RICHEY -- In only its second season, Chasco is among the front-runners for the Pasco County Middle School Athletic Conference title.

Police reports
Deputies say man resisted arrest with violence

Defender: My plan is better and costs less
Re: Pasco shouldn't pay for defender's ploy, Sept. 19 editorial.


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