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May 31, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Oregon records opened to adopted adults
  • Lebanon lets its sleeping civil war lie
  • Tampa Bay

  • Veto hunt may lead to new breed of turkey
  • Bail set at $100,000 for YMCA employee
  • Elections deputy is asked to fill top job
  • Museum won't get $1-million
  • Bay area briefs
  • Lyons will get prison closer to his family
  • State

  • The recipe for rainfall
  • Bush slashes local projects
  • Dry season sends up arson alert
  • Governor offers aid for widow of slain teacher
  • Governor saves school impact fee
  • Business

  • DC Air plans to increase TIA flights to Washington
  • Doctor takes on health care frustrations
  • Z-Tel looks to future, not stock
  • Bush reverses course, cuts work force programs
  • South Pinellas

  • Specialist examines garage collapse
  • Tragedy reached out for girl, but lifeguard turned it back
  • Group battles drug store
  • Road work to slow traffic
  • Council member resigns for job
  • Existing rail line could help move commuters
  • Pinellas Park police station cleared by old ordnance
  • Man found slain 10 days after release from prison
  • No more 'Fill 'er ups' at a corner landmark
  • Pizza Hut will open by Maximo
  • Gauging the risk, benefit of CPR
  • Nothing to do? Teen council has the answer
  • Cultural center chief resigns
  • Solo sailor dodges other boats, East Coast storms
  • Pinellas Park considers creating budget unit
  • YWCA tea highlights a program worth noting
  • Summer event spawned fortune-hunting fever
  • Just one cap and gown expected at graduation
  • Students show what it takes to be leaders
  • Teaching pros get chance to meet and compete
  • Hill comes home and wins 50-lap Modified race
  • North Pinellas

  • Governor's approval will help homeless
  • Bush veto crimps adult care center
  • Time helps conceal capsule
  • Arborist finds problems at Safety Harbor school
  • Budget shines on historic building
  • Boyfriend charged with murder in balcony fall
  • Bush's okay gets library plan rolling
  • Cause of warehouse fire still not determined
  • Respect the authority of parents
  • More than ever, answers are due on police scandal
  • Water rate increase, code changes on council agenda
  • Local BMX rider is No. 1 at age 4
  • Pasco County

  • Funds for state park, dredging escape veto
  • Officials: Indictments target drug family
  • Veto lets county hone fee formula
  • Officials give city manager priorities
  • Domestic violence program gets state funds
  • Teens find a friendly ear, with fur
  • As rains cease, so should development
  • It's too difficult to mandate taste
  • Pasco promotes JV coach to varsity
  • Hernando teacher uses Evert for inspiration
  • All-star game on, coach says
  • Pirate signs with K-State
  • Dade City plant's capacity questioned
  • Malpractice lawsuit is settled
  • Woman sentenced to 2 1/2 years for DUI
  • Tennis star's retiring matches Y plans
  • Hernando County

  • Search narrows to one for new emergencies chief
  • Tucker to leave public stage, too
  • Head cook to prepare final pizza
  • Remembering those who gave their lives
  • Bush vetoes Hernando fairgrounds aid
  • Man grabs woman's purse, breaks her nose at Wal-Mart
  • Mahr, 18, sets record with 231 season average
  • Heat teams are tops
  • DiBenedetto commits to jr. college
  • Sports
  • And to all, a good Knight
  • O's have game in bag early
  • A devil of a game
  • Captain's corner
  • Diaz Arce trade leaves questions
  • Orlando's Sales is defining role
  • Coaching may be in the future for Borders
  • Stocker joins Angels; Arrojo interests Rays
  • Brandon's Leslie signs with Bulls
  • Sprinter's speed no gimmick
  • Roster changes imminent
  • Johnson has back spasms
  • Plant gymnast wins titles; even if few people know it
  • Crusaders' actions speak loudly
  • Lancers have big presence in all-state selections
  • Coach: Stars won't be bullied
  • Entertainment

  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • Caution in deregulating
  • Arm-twisting religion fuels resistance
  • Safe shelters overlooked
  • President Clinton should be held to a higher standard
  • Floridian

  • From prison cell, a gift of freedom
  • Don't give up on your teenagers
  • Welcome to Dike Okeechobee
  • Hillsborough

  • Postal unions summon OSHA
  • State: Vencor has 'deficiencies'
  • Harried restaurant worker locks the doors
  • Driver from fatal DUI has sentence cut
  • Local cuts target USF, hospital
  • Punishment day
  • Case against police chief near end
  • Citrus County

  • Diligent student wins a dream car
  • County wants assurances on jail
  • Costs rising for medical examiner's operations
  • 4 valedictorians, 1 salutatorian lead class
  • Four apply to fill a key school post
  • Brown Schools misrepresented treatment center
  • Zephyrhills cross country coach resigns
  • Successful pool league looking for more teams
  • Salvation Army has new chairman
  • Action

  • Dry cleaner, customer at odds
  • Click for Obituaries

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