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July 26, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Choice of Cheney good for Graham
  • Flying on the Concorde: pure luxury at 60,000 feet
  • Sun sets on talks, and the concerns of many darken
  • Down in Flames
  • Tampa Bay

  • Just this once, can't the rich pay their part?
  • Coe got raises for his employee lenders
  • Water plan passes first challenge
  • State

  • 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
  • Business

  • Circuit City dumps appliances
  • HSN buys piece of Chinese network
  • Tech Data's European head quits
  • South Pinellas

  • 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

  • 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
  • Pasco County

  • City agrees to risk a lot to gain a lot
  • Tax collector criticizes new opponent
  • Once spurned, ministry finds welcome
  • County to apply for well money
  • Doctor testifies he never examined girl
  • Port Richey council is working to construct stronger city code
  • Teaching career is a costly job before you start
  • It is prudent to limit access along State Road 56
  • New charter school gets approval
  • Man seeks supplies to be his own lawyer
  • Voice, data jacks stolen from site of new school
  • Socialites 'tea' it up English style
  • New chamber directors tapped
  • Hernando County

  • County to seek help for HMO debacle
  • Commission relents on fleet manager
  • 'Music' silenced; theater finds fill-in
  • Prescription drug coverage should be vital part of Medicare
  • Regional PBA tour to stop in Spring Hill
  • Sports
  • Rothschild suspended two games
  • Bucs' Kelly pushes on
  • Less means more for FSU's Weinke
  • Trachsel takes loss at a crawl
  • Captain's Corner
  • A little pain, a lot to gain
  • Contented Ray irked by rumors
  • A learning curve for offense
  • Stecker's returns raise eyebrows
  • Earlier start suits Marcum
  • Cloutier, Hay agree to 1-year deals
  • Mutiny blanked in early exit at U.S. Open Cup
  • UNC's Curry back from injury, ready for action
  • Entertainment

  • Series' joke is lost on Aaron Spelling
  • Circus animal trainer recovers from surgery
  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • Driven to distraction
  • Bush's solid choice
  • Revolution in the Challenge Zone
  • Don't let myths determine the fate of Jerusalem
  • Floridian

  • Time staff
  • Hollywood's new import: Floridians
  • Thomas keeps chugging along
  • Hillsborough

  • Report: Officers were too rough
  • Motive unclear in teen's shooting
  • Citrus County

  • Kayak run plan developers get first green light
  • Man is guilty in home invasion
  • Allegations fly in state attorney's race
  • Search for Kuhl's successor begins
  • Security at Brown Schools is a troubling issue
  • Crystal River budget cuts falling short
  • Inverness Senior Softball advances
  • Hurricane women gain whole new perspective
  • Action

  • Bills keep coming, but no stickers
  • Click for Obituaries

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