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October 27, 2002

Jan Glidewell
A life of struggle, a night of joy
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[Times photo: Brendan Fitterer]
Juggling prizes from a variety of games and trying to chat while helping the three youngest of her six children get situated with drinks and hot dogs, Elizabeth Klecha gave in to a fresh wave of pain and broke down for just a second -- all she could afford.
Family's love for reading spans three generations
If producers ever need locals to star in a buddy movie, they'd have to look no farther than Bayonet Point.

One director, two schools mismanaged
Hank Johnson, just removed from Port Richey's Deerwood Academy charter school, also led Saint Leo's Ocala campus into turmoil.

Appraisals bolster plan to expand sports park
Proposed prices for 12 parcels the county wants to buy to double the size of the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex are "in the ballpark," says the parks director.

Education, health care focus in District 46
Democrat Craig McCart criticizes Republican incumbent Heather Fiorentino, but she says she stands behind her record.

'Misbehavin' ' a medley of emotion
Anyone going to see Ain't Misbehavin' expecting to see Smokey Joe's Cafe II will be a little disconcerted. Ain't Misbehavin', playing through Nov. 24 at the Angel Cabaret Theatre, isn't the light-hearted, rockin' show that Smokey Joe's is.

Pair of county teams eyeing runs
A single win sends the Wildcats and Pirates to the region tourney.

Friday night rewind
QUOTABLE

One embarrassing night for Pasco
The Pirates come apart in the second half of a 64-29 loss at the hands of Wesley Chapel.

Top two keep an eye on the rest
The Knights and Mustangs are the favorites, but the matches still must be won.

Police reports
Man held on charge of molesting 9-year-old

Editorial
Mulieri should get to continue serving county
Four years ago, Commissioner Pat Mulieri stood alone as a good-government advocate against a Pasco County Commission majority that looked the other way while backroom wheeling and dealing benefitted the private clients of the county's water attorney/lobbyist.

 


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