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November 19, 2002

Victim sues in handling of rape
If New Port Richey police had acted on the first assault reported, a second could've been prevented, the suit says.

Traffic, growth blot out airport's future
Development is creating a crunch that the 68-acre site might not be able to survive.

He built the houses, now he sells them
His family was an early mass-market home builder in Pasco. Now he and his wife sell some of the homes he built.

Helena Chemical Co. negotiating to buy Lykes Agri Sales
DADE CITY -- Tennessee-based Helena Chemical Co. confirmed Monday that it is negotiating to buy the Lykes Bros. Agri Sales division, including a fertilizer sales depot south of Dade City.

Jury seated in home invasion shootout trial
DADE CITY -- Attorneys selected a jury of four women and two men Monday and prepared to offer opening statements in the first trial stemming from a June home invasion that dissolved into a shootout.

Men survive toppling garbage truck
The two men are trapped when their garbage truck overturns. They tried to make space for a cement truck.

McKnight's play makes impact
An interception return for a TD and a booming punt help earn the Zephyrhills senior a matchup with Jesuit.

Teams' classifications to remain unchanged
If the numbers add up as they're projected, next week's new state classifications for football will be much ado about nothing in Pasco County.

Confident Elser can back up talk
Land O'Lakes senior does it all on the field.

Dade City teams ready to continue Super Bowl success
Dade City's flyweights and mighty mites won semifinal games this weekend and will attempt to defend their division titles Saturday in the Pasco Police Athletic League Super Bowls.

Letter: Murder-for-hire a trick
A man in jail writes the state high court, saying he was drugged before playing along out of fear.

Police reports
Man faces domestic violence charges

Jan Glidewell
A dilemma of keeping out the right bad guys
Iknow I'm sticking my chin out by asking, but am I missing something?

Letters
Researching before a decision is not flip-flopping
Re: Changed position will aid city, police, Nov. 15 editorial

 


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