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July 2, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Drug bill may actually have a shot
  • In need of inspiration, Democrats turn to Hollywood
  • 'There's a lot of interest because we expect a change'
  • Canada report: Manning faces long odds in runoff
  • Tampa Bay

  • Metro review: Pro bike race promoted as Olympic step Final dive
  • We're all choked up over saving 10 dollars
  • Money in limbo tempts trackers
  • It was no stranger she saved
  • Schools chosen on grade alone worries educators
  • State

  • The University of Florida's great divide
  • 2 friends, colorful and color-blind
  • Business

  • BofA exec gets tough lesson on loyalty
  • Chain reaction
  • Banks battle bad loans, slowing economy
  • Harbingers of hard times?
  • Want to buy municipal bonds? Go through a broker
  • South Pinellas

  • Subsidy props up an aging venue
  • Fast friends
  • Towering designs for center lauded
  • Thanks from the heart
  • United Way bails out cracked day care
  • Housing panel's fairness at issue
  • Return of the curfew
  • Keep the 28th Street Drive-in open
  • Accused and humiliated over $7
  • Decorated vet's last wish: Vietnam
  • Businesses are offered drug-free solutions
  • Learning center expands to Pinellas
  • Commissioners, merchants brainstorm city's makeover
  • Meetings to be cast on cable in late fall
  • Briefs: Man injured riding his new personal watercraft
  • Unpopular firefighter criticizes colleagues
  • Stretch, bend, flex for a healthy, active life
  • Stovalls' Landing plan still a hot topic
  • Journey takes toll on appetite for a delicacy
  • Ulmerton's Miracle Mile leaves motorists muttering
  • More cheap or free things to do indoors this summer
  • Marine program for kids nets gift
  • Rocket Man is ready to raise the boom on 4th
  • 12-year-old carrying his weight in youth scratch league
  • North Pinellas

  • Family counts blessings despite fire
  • Poll: Downtown plan has edge
  • Undecided voters key to project
  • Pain precedes gain in streets of Dansville
  • Hospital workers see referendum as savior
  • Team works to get 25-story dreamboat afloat
  • World adventure has homemade start
  • Downtown plan is city's best opportunity
  • Vickery, Dawkins big part of softball success at PHCC
  • Residents want closer look at reclaimed water
  • Pasco County

  • Bonds could pay for utilities
  • Travel writers discover the county's treasures
  • School finds grade troubling
  • Activists split over Connerton
  • DeWalt's been down, but never out
  • Hernando County

  • Sandhill project roots out invaders
  • Firefighter's cakes satisfy the county's sweet teeth
  • Test scores bring cynicism, hope
  • A restroom advocate is flush with new victory
  • Group helps rescue downtown
  • Spirit of compromise bodes well for bus plan
  • Flatlander's long run may not end
  • Central will start selling sports passes
  • Flatlander's long run may not end
  • Sports
  • Williams saga develops nicely
  • Clubs come to blows in Yanks' blowout
  • Jeff Burton holds on for win
  • Storm keeps Orlando from clinching South Division
  • Tino hopes big game signals big breakout
  • An ignoble first: Coach Hatcher gets thrown out
  • McGriff's play quells critics
  • Burkett on a roll with Braves
  • Recovery bears tae kwon do Olympian
  • Up-and-down Mutiny is down-and-out 2-0
  • Pinellas teams start road to World Series
  • Ex-Tiger proves worth after trade to Houston
  • Phillie pays big price to live out his dream
  • Captain's corner
  • Sinkings to increase reef activity in area
  • Bait choice matters in fishing big bass
  • Bump into wall ends strong run for Elliott
  • No sponsor is no problem for Benson
  • Entertainment

  • Shrink-wrapping a girl group
  • Opinion [an error occurred while processing this directive]

    Floridian

  • Wisdom and the wiener cart
  • Mission improbable
  • Hillsborough

  • Leaving on his terms
  • Little noticed, life ends at 15
  • Bikers hail helmet law repeal
  • Three face kidnapping charges; more pending
  • Cancer claims pioneering patient
  • Citrus County

  • DNA mapping will make life interesting
  • Lush lawns thriving on season's rain
  • Finally, a home of her own
  • Hospital takes heart
  • Ex-judge says he cares, but actions speak louder
  • Action

  • All about unclaimed property
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