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July 23, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Cast upon the shores
  • Report finds lack of staff in nursing homes
  • G-8 to help poor nations get on Net
  • Graham takes his 'Tension' on the road
  • Tornado survivors return to campsite
  • Tampa Bay

  • The unquiet passing of Uncle Pop
  • Man fights 'nightmare' of stolen identity
  • Dress codes begin at home
  • Program gave some questionable grants
  • Pasco okays plans for a new city
  • Pilot quickly gets 'back to normal'
  • Recipients appreciate money, whatever the issues
  • Communities just can't spend the money fast enough
  • State

  • Senate candidate defends gun control stance
  • No-bid deals prove too popular
  • Woman, 76, kills abusive husband, police say
  • Business

  • Seeds of change
  • Consultant preaches what he practices
  • Regardless of profession, financial advice is the same
  • Hurricane watch: Batten down your financial hatches
  • South Pinellas

  • Flooding bedevils retailers
  • 2 churches at odds over gay unions
  • Upham Beach erosion rate raises concerns
  • Couple say police office is 'hostile'
  • Neighbors troubled at Publix's departure
  • Tyrone Gardens' Eckerd shuts doors
  • Sunrise Sale draws bargain hunters
  • First Avenue S is third to get thinner
  • 3-year term for mayor is facing a vote
  • Beach city takes a step back from trolley proposal
  • Firefighter appealing decision to fire him
  • Police chief's memo takes issue with bias complaint
  • Team bound for national tournament
  • Five-year-old tips his hat to the Devil Rays
  • Intersection leaves road chief shaking his head
  • Socially unacceptable -- and attention-getting
  • Resurrection House poised for new era
  • Social service agencies dot St. Anthony's land
  • 'It just feels like home'
  • City to consider revitalization plan
  • The life of Mr. Sun is a bowl of cherries (and then some)
  • Rough lives of 4 pitbulls likely will end
  • Ordinance bars new centers for homeless downtown
  • North Pinellas

  • 'Steadfast to the end''
  • Officer wears kindness like a badge
  • District adds to fund for choice plan's unseen costs
  • Plaza adrift since anchor store departed
  • Dogs paying with lives for curiosity about toads
  • Mistake stops work at development
  • Ousting Roberto is 1 step in long journey
  • Now let's build a better Clearwater
  • Motorcyclist without helmet injured in accident
  • Large jewfish caught, carved up for needy
  • Celebration vans visit Palm Harbor, fuel speculation
  • Pasco County

  • Trinity stamped in postal glory
  • Walking gives 'good character' the boot
  • University's restaurant gets a make-over
  • Schoolteachers are poorly paid for the importance of their job
  • Cronyism needs scrutiny
  • Teen charged in high school burglary
  • 11-year-old boy charged with head-butting teacher
  • Hudson team in wrong poll
  • Area grapplers joining AAU team
  • It's time for last ride at nationals for McCarthy
  • Hernando County

  • RV sale uncovers dealership's troubles
  • Center houses flourishing firms
  • County makes its parks a priority
  • Political forecast: hot, crowded
  • Woman charged with attacking her sister
  • Sports
  • Big 8th inning propels Rays
  • Talented Jones exciting to watch
  • There's no stopping young man in motion
  • Can anyone catch the Tiger?
  • Mutiny wins on late goals
  • Turner's the bottom, and Trop's the tops
  • Five questions for Bucs to ponder
  • Key training camp position battles
  • Fresh faces
  • Matthews regains his health
  • Rupe gives parents quite the present
  • Trachsel really needs to be traded, or not
  • Cubs' fate in MacPhail's hands
  • Land O'Lakes wins in sectionals
  • Tampa may bid for high school finals
  • Rain slows section tournaments
  • Milledge chases Team USA spot
  • Dunedin American rallies
  • Boaters at weather's whim
  • Multitude of options available on bridges
  • Ask the experts
  • Captain's corner
  • Kennedy's dominance disappears
  • At 36, Tampa's Dees in 110 hurdle final
  • Entertainment

  • Santana seduces a sellout crowd
  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • Wasting time on nonsense like pimp cap
  • Government has no business in Redskins opinion
  • The Irish-American connection
  • Livin' large in a triple-wide
  • Keeping USF intact
  • Abortion's middle ground is untenable
  • Short-sighted on syphilis
  • Lives
  • Water: An oasis of learning
  • Pop culture and all its ugliness
  • The final chapter of the old Mafia
  • Getting to the end
  • Cyberia
  • Gore's attacks on Texas have limited success
  • Floridian

  • Sunday Journal: The future once seemed so far away
  • Clearwater: Can't Get No Satisfaction
  • U.S. legal eagles descend on England
  • Hillsborough

  • The Henderson dynasty
  • Raids on local bottle clubs result in 33 arrests
  • Citrus County

  • Parkway II plans should be slowed by doubts
  • Run ends, telethon takes off
  • Sheriff says book is required reading
  • Primary votes really count
  • GOP candidates get priority in Republican Club
  • Situation in Crystal River is ripe for a good rebellion
  • The week in review
  • Hospital okays land purchase
  • 10-pin finally falls for Nelson
  • Wrestlers' trip to nationals part of year-round effort
  • Action

  • Fitness center grants refund
  • Click for Obituaries

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