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March 2, 2003

The Renke in the robe
[Times photo: Brendan Fitterer]
A politician's son, once an unknown commodity in the courtroom, presides with openness and empathy.
Was Cleopatra a dancing queen?
And were the pyramids really disco clubs for hip, happenin' pharaohs? So imagines one group of students entered in Odyssey of the Mind, a creative thinking contest.

Golfers howl over charges for 'free golf'
Angry homeowners claim a country club has revoked their contract for lifetime greens fees.

New store will offer Canadian drug prices
The office will serve customers who don't have a computer or who are uncomfortable filling their prescriptions on the Internet.

Jan Glidewell
Avoid large crowds or boogie by the exit
I don't know when my dislike for crowds began, but from what I've seen happening at private dance and performance venues over the past couple of weeks, I think it might be serving me well.

C.T. Bowen: Column
Surprise! World doesn't revolve around the FCAT

Mary Russell is onto something.

Webster man robbed of $840 at gunpoint
DADE CITY -- Sheriff's deputies are looking for three men who held another man at gunpoint Friday afternoon and forced him to hand over $840, according to an incident report.

Pirates want to put emphasis on their defense
Pasco has lost some offensive power, but improved fielding and pitching might carry it over the hump.

Last season was great, but the Rams want more
Solid pitching and hitting will help against teams that paint a target on Ridgewood's back.

Pasco baseball preview
All games at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted:.

Courage may end developers' free ride
Editor: Pasco County Attorney Robert Sumner finally won the hearts of average Pasco taxpayers when he told the Planning Commission to "put away the rubber stamp."


Other North Suncoast news
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  • Ire builds against lagging contractor
  • Sheriff's tax showdown looms
  • Game helps keep Blake going strong
  • A perfect retirement
  • Letters: Locked time-out rooms are a rarely used safety measure
  • Letters: Doing right on sheriff's budget will take time
  • Jan Glidewell: Avoid large crowds or boogie by the exit
  • Definition of fun: shortcake on a hay bale
  • Homosassa man is arrested on marijuana, gun charges
  • Teachers declare an impasse in pay talks
  • Legislators strap in for a tough session
  • Pitchers have a ball with mind games
  • Citrus can excel on tough road
  • Jan Glidewell: Avoid large crowds or boogie by the exit

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