November 24, 2000
Mother keeps hope for missing daughter
||On this day, they are thankful
[Times photo: Carrie Pratt]
About 225 people share a traditional Thanksgiving meal, served by a group of doctors and their families at the Salvation Army.
Detectives have talked to more than 100 people about Diane Augat's case; a tip last month led to a dead end.
Four years after woman's killing, trial set to begin
The state plans to pursue the death penalty if the accused pizza deliveryman is found guilty in the August 1996 slaying.
Modern-day art from age-old craft
Pysanky, a centuries old craft using eggs for Easter, is second nature to a woman who creates the pieces all occasions.
Explorer alumnus becomes officer
Derrick Doty's interest in law enforcement began when he joined the Youth Explorer program.
Give Tampa Bay Water a chance
It appears that Tampa Bay Water is running scared that it will not be able to meet the commitment made last year to supply a certain amount of water in a certain amount of time to Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties.
Give direction to area's future professionals
Editor: Last week I participated at Gulf High in the Great American Teach-In by speaking to two of Coach DeWalt's classes on becoming a lawyer.
Family homeless after fire
CRYSTAL RIVER -- A mother and two daughters are homeless after a toaster oven caused a fire Wednesday at their apartment on SE Eighth Avenue, police said.
Facility employee charged with rape of troubled teen
A sheriff's report says the 32-year-old forced himself on the girl at Sunshine Youth Services.
Not turkeys in the sky, but some avid divers
Competitive skydivers make the leap at Skydive City's annual Thanksgiving Boogie and Turkey Meet.
Shed no tears for loss of Hillsborough opponents
ANYWHERE BUT TAMPA -- Icome to bury Hillsborough County, not to praise it. Good riddance. So long, see ya.
Homeowners to foot bill for repaving
New Port Richey launches a 38-street, $1.4-million repaving program for 2001. Public hearings are planned.
'Church on wheels' will settle in
After years without a permanent home, the fast-growing St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church is preparing to move into its own building.
2000 Fall All-SAC team
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Amanda Paulo may have earned her second consecutive state championship last week in Orlando, but she got her first Sunshine Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Year honor as the county's coaches picked their fall all-star teams Monday at Wesley Chapel.