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February 23, 2003

Cattle call
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The Pasco County Fair has lots of rides and games. Bur for many kids, animal shows are the big draw
Deputy who changed identity resigns
When Deputy Glenn Coy announced his decision to become a woman, he vowed that the changes in his life would not prevent him from doing his job at the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

Jan Glidewell: Got spam? The irking electronic invasion
I guess it was bound to happen.

Activist is 'reasonable' voice
Jennifer Seney will wade into the most unlikely places to gain support for protecting Pasco's environment and wildlife.

Tending graves and honoring memories
NEW PORT RICHEY -- For years, Mario Battista and others have lovingly tended the graves of veterans at the Pine Hill Cemetery.

City flustered over bingo rule
An ordinance passed in the fall opened Port Richey to commercial bingo. Council members are considering a repeal, but seem to be in a legal bind.

C.T. Bowen: Budget woes slingshot patronage ahead of pork
Anybody remember the squawking four years ago when Gov. Jeb Bush whacked more than $313-million from the first state budget approved under his watch? The objections came from legislators who recoiled at the vetoes of the pet projects they had stuffed into the budget during fat economic times.

Police reports: Hudson man arrested, faces battery charges
PORT RICHEY -- An 18-year-old Hudson man was arrested Friday on a charge of lewd and lascivious battery after sheriff's deputies said he forced a 12-year-old girl to perform sexual acts.

Letters: Wal-Mart in Hudson could help alleviate Ridge Road traffic
Re: Proposed Hudson Wal-Mart Supercenter.

 


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