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Couch’s name will be familiar this season

Couch’s name will be familiar this season

TRINITY — Larry Couch may be one of the best linebackers whose name is unfamiliar to those outside the Mitchell football program.
Updated: 7 hours ago
Pasco sheriff accepts ice challenge

Pasco sheriff accepts ice challenge

Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco is not one for backing down from a challenge.
Updated: 8 hours ago

Wal-Mart eyes Wesley Chapel store

WESLEY CHAPEL — Just days after opening a huge new supercenter on State Road 54, Wal-Mart officials were meeting with the county’s planning staff to discuss plans for another Wesley Chapel store....
Updated: 8 hours ago
Legg declines Legislator of the Year award from education group

Legg declines Legislator of the Year award from education group

LAND O’ LAKES — Last month, the Florida School Boards Association notified state Sen. John Legg, R-Lutz, that he had been named the organization’s 2014 Legislator of the Year.
Published: 08/29/14

Sunlake High student arrested during school lockdown

LAND O’ LAKES — A Sunlake High School student was arrested Friday after he told another student he had guns, leading to a lockdown at that school and two other schools, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office reported....
Published: 08/29/14

Land O’ Lakes woman buys $1 million scratch-off lottery ticket

A Land O’ Lakes woman will take home more than $730,000 in lottery winnings after purchasing one of the winning tickets in a Florida Lottery scratch-off game.
Published: 08/29/14

Zephyrhills OKs $22,000 more for fire station

ZEPHYRHILLS — The Zephyrhills City Council has unanimously approved a payment of $22,000 to Canerday, Belfsky and Arroyo Architects for additional work on renovating Fire Station 2.
Published: 08/29/14
Running backs dominate Pasco County offenses

Running backs dominate Pasco County offenses

LAND O’ LAKES — Pasco County wants to run away with it all.
Published: 08/27/14
Updated: 08/29/14

Road use prompts San Antonio to sue Commissioners vote to file lawsuit against neighboring St. Leo

SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Board of Commissioners recently agreed to file a lawsuit against neighboring St. Leo over the use of tiny Pompanic Street by Saint Leo University.
Published: 08/29/14
As Saint Leo students study, construction is school’s background music

As Saint Leo students study, construction is school’s background music

ST. LEO — A dream of playing college volleyball led Alison Schucht to the Internet, where she and her father researched potential Division II schools that might be a good fit.
Published: 08/29/14