June 12, 2000
County GOP aims to mend fences
But despite the conciliatory tone, some squabbles erupt over leadership and future elections.
Widower runs, rides to honor his wife
Russell Marlowe's wife, Patricia died last year of leukemia. Now he dedicates much of his life to raising money to fight the disease.
Watering rules may change . . . again
Zephyrhills officials will consider adopting the county's plan for water restrictions.
County seeks drought victims
If your well has run dry or your landscaping business is faltering, you could be in line for financial help.
Dinner to honor retired Courier
The tennis star says it is he who should honor his hometown. The event will raise money for the Dade City YMCA.
Fledglings take to the sky
"Boy, I'll tell you it's kind of hard to find a place to park," pilot Bruce Williams of New Port Richey said as he taxied his Cessna 177 RG into the plane-packed tarmac at the Tampa Bay Executive Airport in Pasco County on Saturday afternoon.
Partners plan to build community for nudists
The gated community with 28 custom-built homes would be surrounded by a 6-foot privacy fence.
Driver accused of kicking deputies
HUDSON -- A 42-year-old woman was arrested Saturday after she narrowly missed kicking a Pasco County Sheriff's deputy in the groin when he tried to arrest her for drunken driving, a report said.
Code enforcers referee pair's feud
Almost weekly officials are called to intervene in a bitter dispute between warring neighbors.