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July 2, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Serbs recount secret horrors of Milosevic's war regime
  • As Bush sinks in polls, he tries new directions


  • Tampa Bay
  • Ex-deputy arrested over drugs
  • Boy with fireworks sets blaze in home
  • Arsenic-free wood available at Tampa store
  • Tampa Bay briefs


  • State
  • New law may shroud Pfizer deal
  • Treated wood industry fights back


  • Business
  • A booming business in unemployment
  • United to drop bid for US Airways
  • Putting technology to work, but expecting too much?
  • Putting aside squabbles for 'a great cause'
  • Canada takes action, while state still studies
  • 'Upside' article mentions Tampa, but not downside
  • You say tomato, I say takeover ...
  • Busch Gardens advertising pitch backfires
  • Palm-leaf fans stir up lawsuit
  • Business calendar
  • Profile: George Ogorek
  • Climbing the ladder
  • Company notes


  • South Pinellas
  • Surgery gives way to golf, light work


  • North Pinellas
  • Union Academy students reunite
  • Money to change shape of U.S. 19
  • Complex scrambling to make repairs
  • County commits to study of creek
  • Property values boost budget
  • Shop fills fragrant niche with handmade soaps
  • Achievers
  • Mark your calendar


  • Pasco County
  • Awards recognize the Stage West favorites
  • Night of terror haunts couple
  • Snakes join the bookworms
  • Being asked to give up claims right is sickening
  • Hudson man charged with trespass, assault
  • Burglars again ravage Zephyrhills RV sites
  • Historical Society installs officers
  • Time for Lutz to cut loose
  • Appeals may alter jail stays
  • July Fourth activities


  • Hernando County
  • Fellow racing fan helps dream come true
  • Woman may be animal hoarder
  • Search over, district weighs health care options
  • Water restrictions are going unenforced in Citrus County
  • Independence Day closures
  • July 4 events
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Howard Troxler
  • Lawmakers' budget must not sabotage state law

  • Jan Glidewell
  • Glad to be an inspiration, even in book for dummies

  • Darrell Fry
  • Is end nigh for Pete? This week, we'll know

  • Sara Fritz
  • Labels don't mean much


  • Sports
    Darrell Fry
  • Is end nigh for Pete? This week, we'll know

  • Arena football
  • Storm falls inches short

  • Rays
  • Unsightly loss sums up Rays' half-season
  • Lopez knows life as Ray may be ending

  • Outdoors
  • A winning turn for the better
  • Daily fishing report


  • Entertainment
  • Passionate performance of 'Sing for the Cure'
  • Flash
  • Old 97's hits its stride and stays there
  • Seize the day


  • Opinion
  • Deed restrictions work if you read before you buy
  • Unite to fight AIDS
  • An arresting attitude


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • After the rainbow
  • From the fast lane to greyhound heaven


  • Hillsborough
  • July 4 closings
  • Youths get early taste for life behind badge


  • Citrus County
  • Death concludes principal's tenure
  • Man accused of exposing himself at movie theater
  • 2 governments spar over water
  • Grants could shore up theater plan
  • Lawyer has an appetite for 11-letter word
  • Business digest
  • July Fourth closings
  • Fourth of July events
  • Citrus briefs


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