January 5, 2003
||Sledding in the sunshine
[Times photo: James Borchuck]
As neighbors stare, Deitra Morris trains her sled dogs in balmy Florida and dreams of making Iditarod history.
Teen's suicidal crash still haunts
A year later, Charles Bishop's mother and best friend struggle to come to grips with the teen's flight into a Tampa building.
Teachers do not vote in one bloc
Most teachers go to the polls, but many don't support the state teachers union's positions, an analysis shows.
Gleaners waste not so others want not
Volunteers scour fields and give bushels of produce to the needy.
Pay up -- or leave
The 182 owners made the same mistake: they bought at what turned out to be a woefully constructed development. Now they -- not the builder -- have to come up with millions to fix things. It's killing them.
Deputy leaves hospital one day after hit by car
Kenneth Euler Jr. will take a week off work after being injured during a police pursuit of a car theft suspect.
South Pinellas headlines
Girl succumbs to rare disorder
Two sides trip over hex block repair cost
Seminole reluctant to dive into rights issue
Fire force pensions to get closer scrutiny
Homes, and now strides, by Helen
Noted eye doctor dies at 58
Tampa Bay Water to present plans for wells
Woman's body found in motel
Eager for a makeover
Gulfport/South Pasadena election watch
North beaches election watch
South beaches election watch
Neighborhood notebook: Founder of 13th Street group ends 22-year stint
On the town: Midnight gala overpowers rain
Party favor holds rhythms of a life
For adventurer, the sky is not the limit
Dr. Delay: Lights along Bryan Dairy need some fine-tuning
Ex-area players are Tulane teammates
Former Dixie star Schmidt has good Holiday
Don't let rain ruin First Night forever
North Pinellas headlines
Awakening a neighborhood
Police award honors a wife and a rescue
It's time to dole out campaign leftovers
Cove Cay to get county pitch
Epiphany 2003: Holding true to tradition
Pinellas man escapes as fire races through home
Headlines through the years
Editorial: Silence kills race relations
Youthful faces a joy to behold
House prices sizzle in South Tampa
Guards foil killer's attempt to escape
Safe haven or double dip?
Hunter made some mistakes, experts say
New Tampa: Images of home, traveling in time
Lutz: New legislator likes committee assignments
Citrus Park: Inventor hopes for a hit
Church hopes to start building
New Tampa: Driving will be a headache
Carrollwood: Wal-Mart will work on traffic issues
New Tampa: Tampa Palms shopping center in the works
School choice surveys coming
Countryway: School's traffic becomes neighbors' problem
Tireless helper heeds a call: House of Hope
Some kids and nannies prefer this side of Ybor
Open & Shut
Zoning: Variance sought for canine sports training center
News of Florida
Bruised state Democrats select Maddox as chief
Tampa woman injured in wreck dies in hospital
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