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Hometown Pasco for March 17

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Hometown Pasco for March 17 03/17/17 [Last modified: Friday, March 17, 2017 3:47pm]
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  1. Daniel Ruth: Duck & Cover? Fix a drink, instead, if a nuclear bomb ever threatens

    Columns

    I am a child of the "Duck & Cover" generation.

    Threats of thermonuclear attack bring to mind the safety advice that school children received during the Cold War, driven in part by an arms race that included the first test of a hydrogen bomb. "Ivy Mike," pictured here, was  set off in 1952 on the Enewetak atoll in the Pacific Ocean. [Los Alamos National Laboratory via The New York Times]
  2. Who's No. 2: Florida State Seminoles or Ohio State Buckeyes?

    Blogs

    The toughest decision in my first stint as a voter for the AP Top 25 came at the top.

  3. USAA expansion at Crosstown Center may bring Tampa 1,000 more jobs

    Corporate

    BRANDON — USAA will bring as many as 1,000 more jobs to Hillsborough County in early 2019 with the expansion of its existing operations in Brandon.

    Stuart Parker, president and chief executive officer of USAA, speaks at the company's new Crosstown Center location in Brandon during a visit following its 2015 opening. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times, 2016]
  4. Photo of the Day for August 16, 2017

    Human Interest

    Today's Photo of the Day comes from Dan Charette of St. Petersburg, FL. He calls it "Magnificent Sunrise from Downtown St. Pete." The photo was taken from the Bayfront Tower Condominium.

  5. Pasco commission wants SunWest Park to remain in private hands

    Local Government

    DADE CITY — SunWest Park, Pasco's first privately operated public park, will remain in private hands, county commissioners decided Tuesday.

    Pasco commissioners said they wanted SunWest Park Inc CEO Patrick Panakos to continue to operate the county-owned SunWest Park. 

Times staff (2015)