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May 23, 2001

School Board ejects pagan over prayer at meeting's start
[Times photo: Steve Hasel]
The man prays aloud, interrupting the School Board's Christian prayer, and is declared out of order.
Water leak keeps nuclear plant off line
The shutdown, which started Friday because of a faulty valve, will be extended for several more days.

More trouble at Brown: Former director arrested
Matt Leary, 32, is charged with evidence tampering and failure to report an abuse allegation. He had resigned May 3.

School employees protest appointment of principal
Citrus Springs Middle School won't have a new leader until June 12, as the board takes stock.

Newspaper is good watchdog of the police

Panthers savoring victory
LECANTO -- Technically, the game meant nothing.

Emerson resignation is 'win-win situation'
Lecanto's fifth-year coach says "the team needed a change, too."

City plans to move offending columns
The Zoning Board of Adjustment says the city must abide by the same rules as its residents on setbacks.

Water rates to rise, but by how much?
Laguna Palms residents are likely to pay more for water and sewer services as officials try to keep the increase to a minimum.

Letters of thanks

Mystery, sadness mingle in fatality
HOMOSASSA -- James A. Henley had been planning this day for a long time. His oldest daughter, Catina, was giving birth and he was going to Tampa to welcome his grandson into the world.

Institute offers class to teach nail-care
INVERNESS -- The Withlacoochee Technical Institute is accepting applications for the summer Nail Specialty Technician class.  

Other North Suncoast news
  • Social services gets approval to hire worker
  • Springstead High has big new bird on campus
  • Middle school gives $1,100 in FCAT cash to 38 students
  • Commission natters over meeting details
  • Nothing to fix in Spring Hill Fire Rescue
  • Police reports
  • Following USF golfer Kelly Lagedrost
  • Eagles' Bifulco resigns
  • Hernando's Blanton, Polk are the right fit
  • Final complaints against official die
  • Despite criticism, Tommytown spending plan accepted
  • County considering new park tax
  • All Children's clinic looking to expand in Pasco
  • Murder suspect's bail brings scrutiny
  • Tax plan for new parks worth consideration
  • Wildcats win another track title
  • Former Crusader finds success as Wolverine
  • Touch-screen voting goes on display
  • Students key to population drop-off
  • Letters of thanks
  • Two bright futures subject to revision
  • School's class acts look to future
  • Class notes
  • Discipline launches students to the top
  • Work, independence await graduates
  • Police reports

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