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March 11, 2001

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World & Nation
  • He's blunt -- and means it
  • TV Times addenda
  • Washington Journal
  • Washington briefs
  • Poll: Quebec not ready for sovereignty referendum
  • The world in brief
  • Settlers injure 3 Palestinian journalists


  • Tampa Bay
  • Seventh-grader with knife arrested
  • Hurt deputy kills suspect in shootout
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • The week in review


  • State
  • The poison in your back yard
  • Arsenic victims 'never know what hit them'
  • Arsenic fears rise over treated wood disposal
  • GOP designs bills to mold the courts
  • Bike Week fires its pistons for home
  • Anger at judges spawns campaign to elect them


  • Business
  • Learning the ropes at the Capitol
  • Turbulent times
  • Loose change
  • Ten tips


  • South Pinellas
  • Voters to decide 3 issues on ballot
  • Some -- not all -- issues aired at beach forum
  • Upham's losing battle
  • Lunch price may climb in school cafeterias
  • So long, Watson's
  • Here's the scoop on fun
  • New rule would benefit truckers
  • Mercy Hospital deserves better
  • Old Coach house may become steakhouse
  • Snell Isle bank restores full service
  • Dally in alley if you love antique shops
  • Fla. Power, Treasure Island seals short deal
  • Council not eager to adopt mandate for its attendance
  • He has 'chewed rag' by ham radio since 1921
  • For tree-planting mayor, an appropriate honor
  • Sunken Gardens seeking ways to cater to children
  • Driving southern stretch of I-275? Good news, bad
  • Seriously suited crowd, (1 floral) attend symposium
  • Students learn values to conquer obstacles
  • They want big-ticket items to go to a vote
  • St. Pete Beach joins trend of cities with skate parks
  • Opinions vary on closing street near Sunken Gardens
  • DOT recommends light at Wal-Mart entrance
  • Question the candidates
  • Get ready for a long weekend of wheels
  • Chili cooks stew over upcoming contest
  • What's up on campus
  • Neighborhood briefs
  • Romano's approved for Tyrone Square
  • Treasure Island City Hall will show off new look
  • Record earns Eckerd men a second chance
  • Kroeger strikes again at Dunedin
  • Causeway Bridge repairs scheduled


  • North Pinellas
  • Church pays those it reviled
  • In one day, 10 years of winning ends
  • Campus grows to take on new roles
  • Trust a central issue in race
  • Shops are up antique lovers' alley
  • Safety Harbor vote to end low-key race
  • Mayoral race pulls in commissioners
  • Prices may rise for school lunches
  • Veteran now fights health battles
  • DiDonato, Brayboy, Billiris would serve Tarpon well
  • Deputies arrest dancers in raid on Largo cabaret
  • Headlines through the years
  • Record earns Eckerd men second chance
  • Bereavement survivor group begins


  • Pasco County
  • Students compete, create in Odyssey
  • State test returns this week
  • 39 horses to compete in today's five races
  • County needs to recruit industry, improve roads
  • Divided districts penalize Pasco, New Port Richey
  • Sheriff to speak at men's meeting
  • Kids' bunny bash readying to hop
  • Thurman: Tax cut puts cart before the horse
  • Ram trio commits to USF
  • Reedy grapples with a busy future
  • Injuries aside, Crotty shares top honor
  • First-round exit doesn't diminish PHCC's season
  • Man, boy hurt in Friday night crash
  • Man, boy hurt in Friday night crash
  • Reprimanded, chief keeps job


  • Hernando County
  • Cannoy is named teacher of the year
  • Noise unsettles parkway neighbors
  • Festival starts on high note
  • Honesty blunts political attack
  • Sheriff levied right measure of discipline
  • Government meetings
  • Unclaimed property
  • Eagle has scores of memories
  • Central is armed for success with Ryan on mound
  • AARP bringing rally to Tallahassee
  • Columnists
    Mary Jo Melone
  • Outrage grows; retreat begins

  • Jan Glidewell
  • Fishhook's point not well taken

  • Gary Shelton
  • McGriff is an island of sanity

  • Robert Trigaux
  • Tampa Bay area, meet your neighbors in South Tampa Bay

  • Helen Huntley
  • On money

  • Robyn Blumner
  • Avoid a panicked rush to blame the media

  • Martin Dyckman
  • A dubious candidate for defender

  • Bill Maxwell
  • A moment of innocence

  • Philip Gailey
  • Bush EPA chief shows curiously wide green streak so far


  • Sports
    March Madness
  • Gators are caught napping
  • Spartans win South Region final
  • James' alert tip-in sets up Duke-North Carolina final
  • Men's basketball roundup

  • Devil Rays
  • Rays' Crawford ready to work hard every day
  • Guzman progress impressive
  • Decisions loom as Rothschild evaluates
  • Rays tales

  • Spring Training 2001
  • Jays rally in fourth
  • Around the NL
  • In next lockout, bet on players

  • Bucs
  • Big games? King wasn't at his best

  • Lightning/NHL
  • Lightning charges past Jackets with strong power play
  • Ex-mates high on Khabibulin
  • Knee injury ends Warriner's season
  • NHL roundup
  • Firing emblematic of Islanders' mess
  • Lemieux to play the rest, including at Ice Palace
  • Slap shots

  • Outdoors
  • Five men, four boats, a common goal
  • Captain's corner
  • Take aim for spring turkey season

  • Motorsports
  • Autos/racing roundup

  • Horse racing
  • Smooth move gives Monarchos victory

  • Et cetera
  • Sports briefs
  • One vote for XFL, some votes against ... well, everything
  • We knew and loved Earnhardt
  • This week on TV

  • Preps
  • Eagle finally got his title
  • Wharton, Gaither earn Relay wins
  • Both Countryside teams prove themselves early
  • Crusaders clobber Marauders


  • Entertainment
  • Seize the day
  • Band treats fans to Southern ruckus
  • Flash


  • Opinion
  • A gridiron too gross
  • Improving the adoption law
  • A disaster in the making
  • Testing shows what has been learned
  • Woven tales of Irish life and family
  • A twist to a real story of Irish descent
  • Violent sentimentality
  • Check it out
  • An excess of Oates
  • Great beginnings
  • Book talk
  • 'Crouching Tiger' radiates American tastes, not Chinese culture
  • The quest for savation and a lost surfer


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • 'Knock on the next door'
  • The prisoner ...
  • A Pickle Parade for quiet heroes
  • Audio Files
  • Bay area opera tells its own epic tale
  • Orchestra's pop series stays the course
  • Arts Talk
  • The barre and beyond


  • Hillsborough
  • Double dip of love
  • Bulletin board


  • Citrus County
  • Train vs. car fault case set to begin Monday
  • Plant a tree, harvest a big break at tax time
  • The dirty job that someone has to do
  • Litter complaints piling up
  • Readers share thoughts on growth series
  • Economic development at crossroads
  • Hamilton took team to new heights
  • Week in review
  • Landfill accepts dangerous trash
  • Medical briefs
  • Local cardiac patients feel empathy for Cheney
  • Political scene
  • Guild to hold 'Quilt-In' to benefit needy on Saturday


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