July 2, 2000
Bonds could pay for utilities
||School finds grade troubling
[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
PORT RICHEY -- The three boxes of test scores had arrived just hours earlier, hauled into school by a courier in a Land O'Lakes High football shirt. Fox Hollow Elementary School principal Arlene Moreno stacked the boxes in a corner in her office and tried to pretend they weren't there.
Tax-free revenue bonds would keep the county from putting up much money if it arranges to buy the private water and sewer companies.
Travel writers discover the county's treasures
The virtues range from friendly people to a historical-type vacation that doesn't involve a theme park, the writers say.
Activists split over Connerton
One environmentalist says the project threatens the region's aquifer. Another says it will eliminate urban sprawl.
DeWalt's been down, but never out
The path back to Gulf has been a long and difficult one for new wrestling coach Travis DeWalt.