June 14, 2000
Courier gala helps YMCA project
[Times photo: Janel Schroeder]
A party animal loves life as mascot
Under the Ugly Duckling costume is Dave Mansfield, the car lots' employee who dances and perspires to the music.
Replete with praise, the Dade City native's retirement party brought more than 200 family members and friends out for the fundraising event.
Saint Leo reaches impact fee deal
Commissioners and the Lake Jovita golf development agree on a total of $108,000 rather than fighting a costly court battle.
Teachers, district to begin contract talks
One official says Pasco can't afford pay raises as large as those that Pinellas and Hillsborough teachers will get.
Ex-Charter officials plan facility
Tired of closing down other centers, the former executives will open their own mental health agency for youth.
Dade City man reports seven guns missing
DADE CITY -- A Dade City man told deputies that someone broke into his house and stole seven guns worth about $2,600, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office reported.
Deputies seek three youths in robbery
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Pasco County sheriff's deputies are seeking three juveniles who punched a man in the face, stole his wallet and fled in a silver Buick on Sunday.
Powers of attorney guide available
Have you made provisions for someone to make financial and medical decisions for you should you become incapacitated? It's a good plan for many of us, but the Florida Bar recommends that you get all the facts about powers of attorney before assigning someone else that authority.
Holiday Senior Baseball looks to make history
In 1998, the Marlins, Holiday's Senior Division entry in the Little League Tournament of Champions, made it to the final before losing 8-2 to East Lake, a historic game of sorts considering no Holiday team had gone any farther.
Gators soccer has bright future
LAND O'LAKES -- Coach Mark Pearson has been instrumental in turning around Land O'Lakes' boys soccer program, which struggled for a decade before back-to-back state tournament appearances.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 -- and 0 missed days
For 12 years, she attended classes no matter what. At her graduation, the accomplishment was recognized.
Students win bikes for perfect attendance
Fifty-one students didn't miss a day at Moon Lake Elementary this year. The school rewarded their flawless records by giving each a shiny new bike.
Seniors deserve better from HMOs, representative
Editor: Re: Hernando, Pasco counties losing Medicare provider, June 10 Times: