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August 25, 2000

Council members: 'Guy talk,' not city talk, spoken over drinks
Some say it looks improper, but acting Mayor Bob Leggiere and three council members say the Sunshine Law isn't being broken.

Pasco backs gas pipeline, with a catch
Buccaneer Gas Pipeline would give the county $565,000 and pay for safety features to lay pipe through Pasco.

Park's retired residents angered at changes
The mobile home park's developer successfully petitioned to allow families into the development. Its residents say that's unfair.

Candidate replies
David Clark has precisely what the Tax Collector's Office needs -- honest, forthright leadership. Hap Clark's program of better customer service, increased fiscal accountability, and a return to professionalism is right on target.

Altman, Faulkner lead the field for District 5
In the race to replace David "Hap" Clark Jr. on the Pasco County Commission, voters in the two major parties are confronted by divergent dilemmas in the Sept. 5 primary.

Parent of injured student files suit over 1997 fight
NEW PORT RICHEY -- The mother of a boy who was attacked by other students at Hudson Middle School is suing the Pasco School Board, saying it should have done more to prevent the attack.

Sheriff's Office nurse cited for DUI
The man says he often had driven under the influence, says the Highway Patrol.

Tips help police catch bank robbery suspect
Cooperation between readers and authorities in Key West and Pasco leads to the arrest of a man believed to be linked to three bank robberies.

No one injured in Holiday robbery
A gun-wielding man took an undetermined amount of cash from a Bank of America on Thursday.

Port Richey man accused of fondling 3 girls
PORT RICHEY -- A 70-year-old man was arrested Wednesday and charged with fondling girls at his home. The incidents happened in August 1999 at the home of Arnold Turner on 9733 Marlington Lane in Port Richey, according to a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report. Deputies said Turner fondled three girls, aged 8, 12 and 17, over their clothes.

Bealls Outlet under way in Dade Village center
A chain spokeswoman says the outlet should open in September.

Shakespeare simplified, modernized
A classic will be made more accessible for a run at Richey Suncoast Theatre.

Wildcat wants to make waves
Wesley Chapel's Autumn Yanchunis was the first swimmer in school history to qualify for the state meet.


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