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September 6, 2002

Jan Glidewell
It's simple! New voting machine passes test
I have a column idea for you," my wife said, "and don't try acting like your cell phone is cutting out; I know you don't have one."

Can newcomer spoil veteran's race hopes?
Republican Ginny Brown-Waite must deal with fresh face Don Gessner. One will move on to face Democrat Karen Thurman.

Prior victims testify in rape trial
The defendant has already served time for rapes in 1993. Now he's on trial accused of a rape in 2000. This time, he could get life in prison.

Crown Hotel owners leave for 'vacation'
Workers at the historic inn say food and goods have been taken. A detective says the owners likely have absconded.

Playhouse 19 has really big opening
CRYSTAL RIVER -- It's a typical love scenario: Vicky loves Tom, but when she looks in the mirror, she sees the effects of too much ice cream and pizza and thinks Tom won't love her until she's a waif.

A tale of two lives, or is that two wives?
Harvey Laskey makes his directorial debut at Stage West with Ray Cooney's comedy, Run For Your Wife.

This week
FREE COUNTRY MUSIC: The Cowboy Junction Opry kicks off another season of country music at 2 p.m. Saturday at Cowboy Junction, State Road 44 and County Road 490, Lecanto. Performers include Buddy Max, Wally Jones, Leo Vargason, Don Sulesky, Maxine Flowman, Woody Faltinowski and Chuck Puckett. The shows will be held at the same time every Saturday. Free admission. Call 746-4754.

Better to know, even if news is bad
It was only a preseason game, but last week's 28-14 loss to Ridgewood has Citrus coach Larry Bishop more than a little concerned.

Reversing the field
In last season's opener, 22 Crystal River seniors ran onto the field.

Now that the flags fly, let's mend fences
O, say, can you see . . . the star-spangled banners flying over Main Street in downtown Inverness?


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