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December 6, 2002

Jan Glidewell: Education cutbacks dim future brightness
During the recent gubernatorial campaign, Democrats generally thought the class size amendment was a good idea, although they were hazy about how to pay for it.

Parade and stroll spread seasonal cheer in Dade City
The Magical Night Christmas Parade will help start the season tonight. A Christmas Stroll is scheduled for Saturday.

Deerwood probe still looking
An investigation into thousands of dollars missing at a charter school has turned up no definitive answers.

Numbers low, Elks decide to sell building
NEW PORT RICHEY -- In 1988, the New Port Richey Elks had a double reason to celebrate: Lodge 2284 was 25 years old and it was opening its huge new building on Congress Street.

Murder suspect says she desired peace
A woman accused of smothering her ex-boyfriend to death testifies she was visiting to resolve his jealousy.

Ceremony to honor loved ones lost
On Sunday, a candle lighting ceremony will bring mourners together to make sure the spirits of the departed shine on.

Holiday show strikes perfect balance
A well-rounded mix of songs, dancing, magic and comedy makes this show a pleasing Christmas event.

Scoring isn't everything
Ridgewood's Taylor Greene knows her leadership is just as important to the Rams.

It's now-or-never for Gators
Deep, balanced and talented, Land O'Lakes boasts its best lineup ever -- and its best shot at making its first state final four.

'Nutcracker' to be performed at 3 venues
Tschaikovsky's perennially popular ballet will be staged by Expressions under the direction and choreography Gillian Davis for the sixth year. Many dancers will be local children who are dance students.

Entertainment this week: Pasco
"EXPANDING EXPRESSIONS," innovative screen prints from the Dorothy Mitchell Collection, continues through Dec. 16 at Pasco-Hernando Community College's Alric C.T. Pottberg Library off Ridge Road in New Port Richey. Hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays; and 2 to 4 p.m. Sundays. Admission is free.

New Dawn Singers to mix holiday, patriotic music
A touring group whose repertoire ranges from Irish and American folk music to themes from TV shows amd traditional tunes. The show goes on at Aripeka Elks Lodge in Hudson.

Pasco digest
Barbecue fundraiser will benefit shot deputy

Police reports
39-year-old accused of stealing mom's car

Editorial: Sheriff should standardize overtime policy
Sheriff Bob White should hold his staff to the same standards for their on-duty performance as he does for their moonlighting work.

Letters: Port Richey police proposal preposterous
Editor: I am continually amazed and disgusted at the political shenanigans of the Port Richey council and staff. We have a small, beautiful city that has been taken to the cleaners for years by elements in our government. For a city this small (4 square miles), it's amazing how much money can disappear, seemingly without a trace, and how much partisan posturing can occur.

 


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