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April 20, 2001

It's hard work, if you can get it
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[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
So how did you spend your spring break?
What do you mean this is a judge's house?
Two burglary suspects see a waterfront home as easy pickings. But while toting off loot, they realize the error of their ways.

Exhibit personalizes domestic violence
Autobiographical information will accompany black and white photographs of 28 survivors.

Officials like state water storage plan
Most Pasco officials praise the Senate bill that allows for underground storage of untreated surplus water during the rainy season.

Food tasting festival has new location and new day
This year's fundraising event will be held at Palm Lake shopping center in Tampa Palms.

Legislators are playing recklessly with our water
At the outset, I'll admit I don't know much about this issue. Like most of you, other than what I've read in the newspaper, aquifer storage and recovery is pretty much a foreign concept.

Why hurry? Where are you going?
Editor: An open letter to Sheriff Bob White and the people of Pasco County.

Letters of thanks
Lions' gift appreciated

Crime briefs
Boy, 13, arrested for bringing knife to school

This week

Boogie to a Bible story
River Ridge drama students produce the Old Testament story of Joseph and his 11 brothers, updated to the 1970s.

Hearing impaired can also enjoy show
An actor's mother will sign the musical at a special performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Knights not happy to be in title game
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Ernie Beck's team is the top seed in the first Sunshine Athletic Conference championship game, but the River Ridge coach is not thrilled with the new playoff format.

River Ridge Eight made their mark
The Royal Knights have won 26 games the past two years thanks in large part to the hard work of their seniors.

Today is 'Pie a deputy' day at cancer benefit
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Today is the one day when you can toss a pie in a deputy's face and not get arrested.  


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