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November 26, 2002

Priest in sex case appears on charge
[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
A plea of innocent to capital sexual battery of a Pasco boy in the 1980s is entered for a priest also accused in Pinellas County.
Search for missing son brings more questions
The trip to Ecuador turns up only the remains of an arm, which might not be the man's.

NFL player in court
Darren Hambrick, a former standout at Pasco High, pleads not guilty to grand theft.

Attention turns to east county water
Both Tampa Bay Water and a cooperative have eyes fixed on well sites in the eastern part of Pasco. County officials are wary and may object to new pumping.

Driver gets probation in hit-run case
The victim was a 69-year-old schizophrenic woman who wandered from her treatment facility and was killed trying to cross U.S. 19.

Fellowship Baptist claims national title in flag football
NEW PORT RICHEY -- The Buccaneers won the Pasco Police Athletic League's Varsity Super Bowl on Saturday, but they are not the first New Port Richey youth football team to claim a championship this season.

He makes his catches count
Land O'Lakes wide receiver Michael Garcia has made two catches in the postseason. Both were touchdowns.

After further review ...
LAND O'LAKES -- In case anyone was wondering about two crazy plays from Land O'Lakes' 20-14 region semifinal win Friday, an examination of the game tape clarified matters.

Land O'Lakes facing tall order
Melbourne Palm Bay, once ranked No. 2 in the nation by USA Today, is loaded with talented stars.

Pasco senior pitcher signs with Saint Leo
Matt Smith, who also plays shortstop, joins Mitchell's Tyler Clippard and Brian Sommer as college signees this fall.

Jan Glidewell: Crown Hotel deserves a future born of its past
The Crown Hotel in Inverness might be on its way back to at least some of its former glory, and nobody is happier than I.

Editorial: Residents should embrace land-use plan opportunity
Central Pasco just received an eye-opening lesson in community planning.

Letters: Don't rush vote on tennis plan
Editor: It looks like Dec. 3 is the day slated for our county commissioners to give final approval for the tennis complex proposed by Saddlebrook Resort. It does not matter how commissioners Pat Mulieri and Steve Simon, along with many other county residents, object to the money from the tourist tax being spent on this project. The other three commissioners -- Peter Altman, Ted Schrader and Ann Hildebrand -- are determined to get this passed one way or another.


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