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June 7, 2002


Jan Glidewell
Institute offers hope of a cure for racism
You don't think about it while you drive around Citrus County, down oak-shaded lanes in Old Homosassa and among neatly trimmed lawns in Beverly Hills.

Explosion under investigation
Officials say a bomb caused the blast that destroyed a trash bin near the Lecanto Government Building.

New Marina Del Ray design calms fears, passes planners
The planning board approves and Beverly Hills residents praise the proposal for an apartment complex geared toward seniors.

Debate swirls over incinerator
Owners of the machinery, which burns tree debris, say they have all the permits. But the neighbors are not happy.

Charges against director dropped
The Brown Schools' past director is off the hook since shifting stories from witnesses left the state attorney's office lacking evidence.

State grant to help finance art league's community theater
HERNANDO -- The Citrus County Art League will get a $35,031 state grant to help build its new community theater.

Chicago breezes in
"Welcome ladies and gentlemen. . . . You are about to see a story of murder, greed, corruption violence and adultery.

Tractors to pull in scholarship funds
The family event at Citrus County Fairgrounds is one of two annual area tractor pulls.

This week
FOLK MUSIC: The acoustic band Patchwork will perform from 2:30 to 4:45 p.m. at the Sunday Sampler at Dunnellon Middle School Theater on Park Avenue. The group plays Florida folk, '40s swing and rhythm and blues. Admission is $7. Call (352) 489-2181.

Miller, Starkey capture attention
Lesser-known Crystal River players catch the eye of college programs.

3 Pirates named all-state
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Instrumental in leading Crystal River to the best finish in program history, pitcher Jimmy Metz and catcher Clayton Trenary were named to the Class 3A all-state first-team squad Wednesday. Pirates first baseman Marcus Galvan was a third-team pick.

Lovelady driven by desire to win title
Raymond Lovelady admits he's somewhat of a dark horse at Citrus County Speedway.

Citrus digest
Fire forces evacuation at rehabilitation center

 


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