May 16, 2000
Engineer: Shelter study off base
The findings that 13 school buildings couldn't withstand strong winds were wrong, he says. The state engineer disagrees.
County is attracted to water park proposal
Tied to a Boys & Girls Club youth center in Lacoochee, the plan could get a boost from a golf and baseball fundraiser in August.
Suit over fire stirs sharp disagreement
Insurance investigators say a man set fire to his own house to collect the insurance. His attorneys say the firm is trying to bilk him.
Many work to save stray cats
Editor: As a volunteer of Pet Aid Service Society Inc., I receive phone calls daily from people feeding stray and feral cats.
Pasco GOP's squabbles leave it leaderless
Three party officials, who had been feuding for months, resigned and will be out of the Pasco GOP for two years. The chairman's job is open.
Body found in Veterans Village home
Deputies believe the man was the victim of a homicide. The case has upset the community of mainly senior residents.
Zephyrhills officer's restraint commended in BB gun incident
The police chief says the officer didn't know if the gun that was pointed in his direction Sunday was real or not. The man says authorities are making too much out of it.
Plea deal accepted in fatal robbery
A Chicago man was accused of being part of a jewelry robbery in which a Gulf Harbors woman was found dead.
Republican Club may delay school's opening
A back-to-basics charter school sponsored by the Second Amendment Republican Club probably won't open in August because, in part, many of the club's leaders are tied up with election-year campaigns, said club president Ann Bunting.
Prosecutor drops charges in man's doorstep death
The state couldn't disprove the defendant's claim that the victim attacked him outside his home and he was defending himself.
Senior still produces; but just a little quieter
Even though he has been obscured by other big bashers, Zephyrhills' Mike Stepp has put up solid numbers.
Bulldogs recall living, winning as a team
The 1970 Zephyrhills High team made it to the state championship too. They lost, but the memories all are good.
Catcher does it all for Crusaders
Tony Richie has been the catalyst of Bishop Kenny's playoff run.
Backstreet Bulldog emerges
He has an awww shucks grin that makes him easy to like, though I imagine if you are an opposing pitcher, it would be easy to hate Danny Wardell.