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December 5, 2000

Bowling for a causephoto
[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
Assistant Ramona Valenzuela, right, help 10-year-old Amanda Zampella as she bowls in the Physically Impaired Bowling Games at Royal Bowling Lanes in Land O’Lakes on Monday morning. Seventy kids from 14 Pasco schools participated.
Jan Glidewell
Speedsters pay if they cross Finnish line
Darn clever, those Finns.

Woman in crash booked for DUI
A test revealed a blood alcohol level of 0.18 percent. The condition of the man injured in the crash has improved.

Attorney asks halt to execution
The lawyer for a convicted murderer files claims Monday alleging that racial profiling was a factor in his arrest.

Hospital reorders pastoral care
Community Hospital expands the chaplain staff and organizes a new grief response team.

Gallery shows Seuss works
A New Port Richey woman opened a gallery that sells limited editions of Dr. Seuss' drawings.

School computer system so-so
Many like the system, but it failed to bring students in middle and high school fully up to speed.

Not made in Port Richey? Boycott it
Editor: News flash: Port Richey City Council has decided to boycott the 2001 Chasco Fiesta Parade because it does not pass through its city.

FHP's faulty oversight revealed
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Danny Bowers has disgraced his badge.

Police reports
School bus involved in five-car accident

Crabby J's restaurant opening on U.S. 19
Diners will be able to enjoy beer, pool and video games while feasting on everything from burgers to seafood.

Bain, Pestana share District 8 honors
Pasco's Joe Bain and Land O'Lakes' Godfrey Pestana, two of the biggest playmakers in Pasco County football this season, have been picked as the offensive players of the year in District 8 by the Florida Association of Athletic Coaches.

FACA District 8 all-star team
seniors only

Foreign players enjoy opportunity Saddlebrook offers
Nicole Schneider and Emilie Sechaud have a lot in common.

Pasco County Democratic Party elects new officers
The Pasco County Democratic Party elected new officers Saturday.

Incentives considered to cut Pasco water use
One option mentioned: a discount on water bills for residents who install a more efficient sprinkling system.

Garden club schedules Christmas luncheon
The New Port Richey Garden Club has scheduled its annual Christmas Luncheon at noon Wednesday at the Spartan Manor, Massachusetts Avenue, New Port Richey.  


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