August 12, 2000
New club spices up west Pasco night life
If you are messing around on your Significant Other (spouse, girlfriend, boyfriend, neuter-friend), you might want to avoid the new Bourbon Street Concert Club across U.S. 19 from Sam's Club on Thursday and Friday. A Times photographer and I are going to be there snapping photos and talking to people for an upcoming story on the 8,000-square-foot dance, concert and pool hall, and you wouldn't want to be snapped with the wrong person for a couple of million people to see in glorious color.
Rancher seeks new Crystal Springs pumping permit
A rancher submits a new application to pump more water, but less than an earlier request, out of Crystal Springs.
Panel calls for court complex
Commission Chairwoman Pat Mulieri responds with a call for talks on a new central Pasco courthouse.
Cards to offer Port Richey youth tangible heroes
PORT RICHEY -- The Port Richey Fire Department is initiating competition for children's collections of Pokemon and baseball cards. It plans to hand out free trading cards featuring local firefighters who can serve as accessible role models.
Former dropouts achieve their dream
Many have earned their graduation certificates as adult education students, some after overcoming severe hardships.
Sheriff's Office literally feels the heat as air conditioning conks out
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Employees at the Pasco County Sheriff's Office have been sweating all summer, and it's not because of a huge crime wave.
2-year-old wanders too close, is bitten by chained dogs
CRYSTAL SPRINGS -- A 2-year-old boy escaped a frightening encounter with two neighborhood pit bullterriers with a couple of bites to the head but no lasting injuries Thursday night.
Student services dean assumes duties at PHCC
Alfonsa James had a similar post at Chipola Junior College.
County may buy lots in '98 Lost Lake flood
Commissioners are set to vote on the $448,169 bailout of nine properties.
Church feeds the body and soul
Specially ordered home-cooked meals delivered around Dade City on Thursdays support the ministries of a church.
Making their final pitch
After 14 years on the field together, coach Rick Hohenthaner will say goodbye to his favorite player when his daughter, Candice, plays her final game before heading off to college.