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February 9, 2003

Jan Glidewell: Dating moves too fast, then we forget
Age creeps up on you slowly. One day you realize that you either need glasses or longer arms in order to read. Another time you find yourself saying, "my hearing is fine, I just wish everybody would stop mumbling!"

Health care: A study in diversity
Most of the doctors practicing here came from outside the United States. Without that diversity, the quality and availability of health care would suffer.

Cuts could eliminate youth programs
Prevention plans, runaway shelters, marine schools: The funding for all withers in the governor's new budget.

Volunteers on the roll
A traveling RV group sets up camp in Dade City to be part of Habitat for Humanity projects.

Olympian: Women athletes must be dreaming pioneers
Softball star Dr. Dot Richardson shares her inspiring story and urges, "Ladies, follow your heart."

C.T. Bowen: PACE program should be expanded, not eliminated
Michelle Spillman is a B student with 15 credits toward her high school diploma. She used to carry Ds on her report card.

Pasco: Badger takes over at point
Junior Alicia Badger is growing in her role as the Pirates' on-court leader.

Preps: Happy being No. 2
A reluctant point guard, Jen Barrett makes the most of a transfer to Ridgewood.

 


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  • Little separates league's best
  • Police report: Brooksville man killed when car rolls over
  • Letters: Channel dredging project is a fiasco
  • Inverness City Council Election: SEAT 3: Political newcomer Ken M. Hinkle is running against two-term incumbent Henry 'Ted' Stauffer.
  • Inverness City Council Election: Police pay, city hall key issues in race
  • Inverness City Council Election: SEAT 5: Marc L. Wigmore questions the council's priorities; Robert E. Plaisted voices pride in its work.
  • Silent partner
  • Greg Hamilton: Waiting teachers get mixed message
  • Times recommends: Candidate replies
  • Success kicking in for Warriors' Cooke
  • Preps: Rounding up athletes paying off for Pirates
  • Police reports: Deputies look for men in purse snatching attempt

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