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March 20, 2002


Flash of smile, camera gone from our lives
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[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
Citrus County lost one of its brightest lights on Tuesday. The St. Petersburg Times lost a beloved family member.
Delay cleaning sewage spill questioned
Officials wonder why Florida Water Services crews didn't move faster taking care of the Sugarmill Woods mess.

Citrus digest
Training course offered for mental health technicians

Company shelves housing project
The Wilson Co. again sets aside a proposal to build 200 low- and moderate-income apartments near the Crystal River Mall.

State reconsiders barge canal bridge
Proposals for a second span to carry U.S. 19 traffic are getting another look from state officials.

Keep up pressure on lawmakers to win teachers decent pay
Editor: Re: Will it take a crisis to pay teachers a decent wage? March 10 column by Greg Hamilton:

Crystal River sits alone at top of the class
As much as I hated report card day as a kid, I enjoy giving them out as an adult.

Dawsy hitting new highs
Bouncing back from a miserable sophomore season, the Lecanto rightfielder is sparking the offense.  


Other North Suncoast news
  • Fire chief meets pen pals at last
  • Board weighs deputy's firing
  • Reaction: Severance in hand, McIntosh leaves
  • Severance in hand, McIntosh leaves
  • County policy should ban officials' gifts
  • McIntosh's stock rose, fell on daily decisions
  • A natural coach: Darby knows kids
  • Olsen bags title, $1,000 at Mariner
  • Eagles getting closer to their first victory
  • Eagles star hurls first no-hitter
  • Livestock fest obtains permit
  • Official accused of ethics slip
  • Tentative site chosen for school
  • Ex-deputy: Class attendance falsified
  • Mayoral candidates offer their solutions
  • Boaters have plenty to say about pier: It needs work
  • Gracious hosts?
  • Ex-Pirates girls coach applies for PHCC job
  • ZTA tourney draws crowd
  • Torn ACL sidelines Wildcat
  • Police reports
  • Prosecutor offers new version of gun slaying
  • Class notes
  • Mrs. Wonderful, food: an appealing combo
  • Teen tunes in to technology
  • Career path won't stray far from home
  • Official accused of ethics slip

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