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July 30, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Texas two-step
  • McCain puts his lightsaber away
  • Pesky feline gives journalist a shot in the arm
  • Live from Philadelphia, it's Singing Joe Scarborough
  • Tampa Bay

  • Bible battle is brewing in schools
  • Living life her way, taking her chances
  • Shoppers take a tax holiday
  • Metro review: Parts of landfill liner aging early
  • Checking at checkout worth bother
  • State

  • Lawmaker insists his bridge is no boondoggle
  • Coe provided jobs, raises for his friend
  • Business

  • The other game
  • Dividing account makes sense, but check with Dad first
  • Graduating to a new level of financial responsibility
  • From paints to Paradise Island
  • South Pinellas

  • Marchers support police chief, take aim at mall
  • Parrot's words set off squawking
  • Volunteer group feels pushed on City Hall
  • City's taxpayers deserve a break
  • Lightning strikes hospital roof
  • Slain man found on sidewalk
  • Fire won't idle motorcycle store
  • Charming trend
  • B&Bs try to court business travelers
  • Officer who targets abuse receives honor
  • Treasure Island chooses manager to oversee projects
  • Albertson's to remodel Seville Square store
  • Fossil Park will add field, convert one into park use
  • A man of many battles
  • Woman's labor brings a baby and a business
  • Members venture outside box in Art Center's 'Cubed'
  • Choosy moms ignore ads that induce guilt
  • Police exit interviews reveal problems
  • Wear a helmet or not? Seems clear-cut to us
  • Helping students a continent away
  • Morale long an issue in Police Department
  • Police superior's gesture: Was it friendly or hostile?
  • North Pinellas

  • Rules shut down pumps, profits
  • Entrepreneur makes play for stadium
  • Task force calls for residents' opinions on Curlew Creek
  • Running city can be lonely business
  • Where to put tons of sludge?
  • Architect selections rile Oldsmar mayor
  • For the love of a son
  • Neighbors want gate returned to Terrace Street
  • Tarpon needs strategy to improve
  • Reform proposal may be ill-timed
  • Free causeway opens quietly in Clearwater
  • Pasco County

  • Owner shares hunting heaven
  • Sheriff's race quiet but primed
  • Elections may spur interesting developments
  • Bridging the gap is goal of lesbian magazine
  • Medians just first step for U.S. 19
  • Woman, 37, charged in attack after car wreck
  • Man charged in stabbing attack
  • Worth the weight
  • Hernando County

  • Blue collar pay boost poses cost dilemma
  • Summer rain reviving river
  • Schools face portable shortage
  • Timing of wage plan is suspect
  • School worker's penalty too light
  • Pollsters already like Springstead's chances
  • Sports
  • Twisted story
  • Storm: strong win, high in the 70s
  • Rays ride Lopez to fourth straight
  • Random thoughts
  • Trop's great on inside
  • Triplett takes lead with 62
  • Armstrong carries Olympic message
  • Old gymnastics guard fades
  • Saunders to pitch in minors on Tuesday
  • Trades force Yan to pen, reluctantly
  • Newest Rays eager to start careers anew
  • Two good guys get a chance they deserve
  • Joyner's 200th homer boosts Braves
  • M's Martinez singles in 13th for 6-5 victory
  • Cardinals shore up bullpen with Timlin
  • Rays earn split with shutout
  • Pudge fill-in a pitcher's dream
  • Focus on: Alfonso Soriano
  • McDonald is proof distractions not tolerated
  • Camp survivor
  • Chiefs feel the absence of Thomas
  • So-so day of practice for the offense
  • Around the NFC
  • Around the AFC
  • Bucs long shot winner either way
  • Post 278 rallies to earn state trip
  • Cross bears burden, expectations
  • Citrus Park 9-10 softball a winner
  • Seminole 9-10 softball takes 1st loss
  • L.A. tops Houston again
  • Mosquitoes coming out in full force
  • Captain's corner
  • Entertainment

  • 'House Divided' a lesson on love
  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • Worrisome gap in education for black men
  • A world far from home
  • George W. Bush's show
  • Limits on corporate power applauded
  • Finally, a Republican Al Gore can run against
  • Children's books
  • The joy of walking
  • A walker's pilgrimage for simplicity
  • Ex libris Florida
  • Off the rack
  • A wild ride on the left
  • Dragged down by a piece of luggage on wheels
  • Floridian

  • Saving the sacred night
  • Grappling with the 'boy problem'
  • Van Wezel hall re-opens Oct. 13
  • Politics keep Floridians busy
  • A cat with a mission
  • Hillsborough

  • Letters, Holt's claims conflict
  • Officials: Why was shooting suspect on street?
  • Crash victim identified as Pompano Beach man
  • Citrus County

  • Don't reject every idea that affects environment
  • Riding a dream
  • New leader, focus energize institute
  • In the end, man keeps lottery prize
  • Brown Schools letter got one thing wrong: It's located in Lecanto
  • Florida land deal was nothing but a dream
  • Clinic teaches coaches how to prevent incidents
  • Manatee to offer bowling lessons
  • The week in review
  • Hospital program trains patient care assistants
  • Action

  • Compaq honors $175 rebate
  • Click for Obituaries

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