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Veterans Memorial pool to close

The Land O' Lakes Lightning swim team launched a satellite branch in May in hopes it would grow into a year-round program.

Published on 08/01/12
Updated on 03/18/13
INTO THE POOL!
The Land O'Lakes Lightning swim team, which has helped keep the county from closing its local pool, may not be able to save the Hudson pool next year.
Published on 06/17/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Pastor joins commission race
A new candidate emerged this week, seemingly out of nowhere, to challenge incumbent Commissioner Jack Mariano.
Published on 06/10/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Crews contain 3 more fires in Hudson
Pasco Fire Rescue and state Division of Forestry personnel were called away to fight three brush fires in northwest Pasco on Tuesday afternoon as the 117-acre brush fire next to U.S. 19 continued to smolder.
Published on 05/03/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Officials say campfire started Hudson fire

Firefighters are calling Monday night's brush fire just off U.S. 19 "the worst" they've ever fought.

Published on 05/01/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Officials say unattended campfire started 117-acre Hudson fire

An unattended campfire is blamed for the wind-whipped blaze that burned 117 acres in Hudson, closed U.S. 19 and forced 200 people to flee their homes.

Published on 04/30/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Congressional pioneer to address Dems
Trailblazing former Congresswoman Pat Schroeder will give the keynote address this year at a Pasco Democratic Party luncheon celebrating "Women Who Make a Difference."
Published on 04/19/12
Updated on 03/19/13
New swim team might save pool
The Land O'Lakes Lightning Swim team plans to start another team and offer lessons at the Veteran's Memorial Park pool to keep the facility open.
Published on 04/01/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Democratic leader wants to re-energize
Lynn Lindeman, the newly elected chairman of the Pasco County Democratic Party, knows he has a Herculean task ahead of him.
Published on 02/11/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Farmers, homeless shudder
Blueberry farmers coated their crops with ice as the arctic air blew through Pasco County this week, while shelter volunteers struggled to keep up with the needs of the county's ever-growing homeless population.
Published on 01/05/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Redistricting co-chair sees Pasco gaining clout
State Rep. John Legg teaches history, but he can't remember the last time someone from Pasco County was elected to Congress.
Published on 11/11/11
Updated on 03/21/13