June 24, 2000
Ministry planning rise from ashes
The Widow's Oil Ministry will renovate an old auto dealership and nearly double the size of its food pantry.
Pedaling robber quickly caught
The suspect is accused of using only a note to take $1,530 from Hernando County Bank.
Group studies seniors' services
A focus group of nearly 60 participants searches for solutions to problems of caring for the elderly.
Fired worker sues, claims sex harassment
A Port Richey woman is suing Home Depot, alleging that she was fired after rejecting the advances of two supervisors at the company's Spring Hill store.
Teachers amazed by Stratford theater
It's not often you get to hear a school teacher say he was wrong, but River Ridge drama coach Tim Erickson was saying it with pleasure.
By bus and by bike he came to fish
Air conditioning contractor and bass angler Kit Brown traveled from Orlando to fish in saltwater and fulfill his part of a fishing-trip swap with this writer. He capped it with a big snook and several days of bicycling.
Don't let the heat beat you
The summer heat wave is upon us and flats temperatures are rising quickly. Many anglers might choose to take these few months off and wait for the water to cool down. However, some excellent fishing opportunities are out there if you target the right species at the right times.
Retreat reveals life in monastery
For women considering entering an order, the nuns of the Holy Names Monastery show the balance of prayer and work in their lives.