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June 14, 2001

Hundreds mourn fallen officer, wife
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[Times photo: Douglas Clifford]
The funeral included a 21-gun salute and a ceremonial "out-of-service" call broadcast over the police radio system.
Saddlebrook fire cause linked to overheated duct
Business continues as usual at the resort with shuffling of events. Officials are unsure when repairs will be finished.

Restitution deals are settled in elementary school rampage
DADE CITY -- When it was over Wednesday, when 10 teens charged with trashing an elementary school last year were sentenced and ordered to pay for the damage, the last to accept his fate bowed his head, wept and hugged his mom.

Council: No penalties in city charter
A state grand jury had recommended that Port Richey include penalties for elected officials who interfere with city workers.

Sports firm supports new tennis stadium
IMG, the world's leading sports management company, says it would bring world-class tennis events to the facility proposed for Wesley Chapel.

Officer's wife also a friend, mother, and quiet supporter
In the marriage of Donna and Butch Hillis, she was known as the quiet one.

Stardancer Casino's path gets clearer
Two governmental actions appear to ease the way for the newcomer gambling ship operator to enter the market.

Police reports
Bicyclist killed in hit-and-run accident

Man regains condo, still must pay dues
A judge gives Wayne Hughes more time to pay off a $5,000 lien to his condo association.

Feds request hit-and-run suspect held
A judge rules the state can't hold the passenger, but the government is investigating his immigration status.

For murder suspect it's bail, jail, bail again
Jonathan Dye Jones, accused of shooting a man to death, is arrested on cocaine charges while awaiting trial.

Adams steps down to be with family
WESLEY CHAPEL -- It seemed as though Tom Adams' work would never end.

Ex-Ram takes over Wildcats
Former Ridgewood standout Julie Krull has the opportunity to shine again at Wesley Chapel.

Pasco alum Turner begins busy summer with NFPGA win
The summer is off to a great start for 17-year-old Justin Turner.  


Other North Suncoast news
  • Times pledges $50,000 for cultural center
  • Another company weighs hospital deal
  • City welcomes Wal-Mart store with open arms
  • Summer school no longer a free pass
  • Troopers sue after discipline sought
  • County should do what's best for residents
  • Stentz makes pitch for quick comeback
  • Child starts fire, damaging home
  • Inverness says history backs it as county seat
  • School choice ruffles blacks
  • County finds money to continue elderly care
  • School official requests new jobs
  • Teacher prospects check out county
  • Dozens of flags sprout from country club turf
  • Former bookkeeper now keeps books
  • 3 Crystal River graduates go preferred walk-on route
  • Saltmarsh, NAIA team have a stroke of luck
  • Canyon launches new concert series
  • Veterans urged to help inspire teens to vote
  • Three longtime school district employees retire
  • Class notes
  • Newsmakers
  • Say it
  • VFW post helps plant tribute to WWII vets
  • Principal appointed despite objections

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