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South Pinellas | North Pinellas | Hillsborough
July 26, 2000

Howard Troxler
Just this once, can't the rich pay their part?
From the guy selling hot dogs on the corner to the folks at the country club, most Americans agree with the Republicans who run Congress -- they want to get rid of the federal estate tax.

Top stories
Coe got raises for his employee lenders
Harry Lee Coe III ordered special pay raises for Deanna Easterling and Bill Stevens six months after he borrowed $12,000 from them.

Water plan passes first challenge
Another failure could be costly for a group fighting the new treatment and desalination plants.


South Pinellas headlines
  • Car wash turns into shootout
  • Curtain rises on BayWalk parking
  • Past might force couple from home
  • Boardwalk opens beach to disabled
  • Slighted couple give up on yacht club
  • Delinquent PODS go on auction block
  • Young drivers: A life is in your hands
  • This woman stands out, crisis or not
  • School tax rate might drop a little
  • Alligator seen in Boca Ciega
  • Pinellas Park theater to close
  • Giddiness breaks out as Pinellas breaks away
  • Consultant to examine police department
  • Huge oak crashes down in back yard during storm
  • Disabled people, computers to click at the main library
  • Police chief's memo takes issue with bias complaint
  • Save-A-Lot may take the place of Publix
  • Lightning Bolts snap back
  • Protests over Publix closing strengthen
  • Treasure Island seeks to staff beach center
  • Next victory for Armstrong might be in Sydney
  • Personnel missives

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • German visitor takes on Scientology
  • Deadline nears for deal with Phillies
  • Largo sergeant demoted in harassment case
  • Oldsmar budget plan shows city's prosperity
  • Oldsmar renews bid for water source
  • Lawyer sues police, others over DUI arrest
  • New city rec chief will have full plate
  • Street-light fee just another way to tax
  • Second trial ordered for beach mayor
  • Sons claim burial was bungled

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Report: Officers were too rough
  • Motive unclear in teen's shooting

  • News of Florida
  • Bush takes a stand for the manatee
  • Colleges left to muffle Napster
  • For Rep. McCollum, Clinton impeachment is a matter of pride
  • Teachers' union supports lawyer
  • Navy pins fleet's hopes on FSU
  • Deputy Medicaid director resigns
  • Veterans leading fund drive for state WWII memorial
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