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March 21, 2003

Jan Glidewell: Let's turn the world into giant time shares
There used to be a gag PA announcement aboard U.S. naval ships that had a tendency to get whoever broadcast it in trouble.

Iraq: Rumble of war remote from classrooms
Pasco schools report the atmosphere remains calm, even routine, compared with the tension of Sept. 11, 2001.

Iraq: War, military photos have place of honor
Residents can contribute images of loved ones to the "Wall of Honor" at Chasco Fiesta.

Fiesta will go on despite protests, organizers say
Florida AIM says the parade and other parts of the Chasco Fiesta are offensive. Organizers say the event is all in fun.

Chasco Fiesta has high-energy talent
"A Magical Night of Entertainment" offers a rocking, rapping, hip-hopping evening at Sims Park in Pasco.

Business big part of Wesley Chapel fest
Organizers say this will be the best year yet for the community festival, which serves as a fundraiser.

More charges for slaying suspect
The former Zephyrhills High football star is accused of failing to show up for a court hearing on an unrelated driving case.

Police briefs: Sex offender accused of rape, break-in
LAND O'LAKES -- A woman told authorities someone broke into her home last week, climbed into her bed as she slept and began to sexually assault her before she fought him off.

For Juice, it's been a sweet ride
Not taking herself too seriously has helped the hit-making Queen of Hearts keep a level head and steady career.

Musical overload set for Chasco Fiesta
Country singer Phil Vasser headlines this year's country concert. The festival also will feature music acts catering to many tastes, including pop, hip-hop and jazz.

Ex-Gators making recoveries
Brad Baisley and Derek Thompson have plenty in common.

Eva gives Hudson powerful offense
Hudson senior Kenny Eva leads the county with 15 hits and has four home runs.

Knight values his strikeouts
Every time River Ridge's Justin Roth rings up a batter, a Sarasota boy reaps the benefits.

Letters: Don't penalize gun shows with special laws
Re: Let's stop unregulated gun sales, March 19 letter

 


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