July 23, 2000
Walking gives 'good character' the boot
||Trinity stamped in postal glory
[Times photo: Janel Schroeder]
Although soon to be edged out as Pasco County's biggest city, Trinity is getting the recognition its residents and developers feel is due: its own postal designation. And until Connerton is finished, the burgeoning Trinity remains the county's largest city.
Have you ever noticed how people who tell you life's little disappointments are "character building" never feel compelled to build their own characters by joining you in painting the fence, cleaning out the septic tank, going to an obnoxious relative's wedding or . . . say . . . being on foot for a few weeks?
University's restaurant gets a make-over
The newly refurbished Abbey Road, a restaurant and tavern owned by Saint Leo University, overlooks the Abbey Golf Course.
Schoolteachers are poorly paid for the importance of their job
Re: How about a cut in teachers' pay? July 20 letter
Cronyism needs scrutiny
In stunning fashion, Commissioner David "Hap" Clark has altered his public perception from stoic to vindictive.
Teen charged in high school burglary
HUDSON -- A 17-year-old was charged Friday with two counts of burglary after Pasco County sheriff's deputies said he broke into Hudson High School and stole radios worth $1,500.
11-year-old boy charged with head-butting teacher
DADE CITY -- An 11-year-old Land O'Lakes boy head-butted his teacher in the chest three times on Friday, Dade City Police said, and was charged with battery on a school official.
Hudson team in wrong poll
Hudson coach Dana Bentley was pleasantly surprised to learn Friday the Cobras are ranked No. 7 in Class A in the preseason poll.
Area grapplers joining AAU team
Tye Reedy and Brad Alford will have to switch to freestyle when they join Team Florida at the AAU nationals.
It's time for last ride at nationals for McCarthy
Pasco High's Lacey McCarthy has won just about everything there is to win at the high school level in rodeo. Everything that is, except a national championship.