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September 12, 2002

Judge Angel re-elected
Circuit Judge Carven Angel won another six-year term Tuesday night, defeating challenger Michael Takac in a hard-fought battle.

Teachers, board can't agree on pay terms
Happy with the figures but not the methods to achieve them, teachers now face two options.

Newcomer a favorite for county voters
Robert Schenck's victory in the GOP District 4 commission race is another in a line of county upsets.

Marking the imponderable
At the courthouse and a fire station, county residents gather as the nation mourns and remembers.

Ministers assure that God was there that sorrowful day
Many have found a renewed comfort in their faith since the terrorist attacks of a year ago shook their world.

Jeff Webb
Column: Victory is revealed even in defeat
There wasn't much middle ground for the candidates on Hernando County's primary election ballot Tuesday.

Cross country Leopards win
The Hernando boys team won a tri-meet Thursday at Crystal River.

Repairman arrested, charged with fraud
The man took money to fix an elderly couple's roof but didn't do the work, deputies said.

Coming in November
Here is a list of local races that will appear on the Nov. 5 election ballot.

Primary turnout is high
BROOKSVILLE -- More than 26 percent of Hernando County's registered voters turned out for Tuesday's primary election.

Teachers revitalize music program
Enrollment in Chocachatti Elementary's string instrument program, once at 200, had dropped to 30. With some new ideas and new teachers, it's back up to 75.

As a safety patroller, this girl's a natural
Lindsay Hice is only 10, but she takes her job on the school's safety patrol team very seriously.

Chime recalls a nation's losses
The tolling at Fox Chapel Middle School marks the moments when airliners crashed a year ago.

For law officers, day passes quietly
For the most part, the streets of Hernando County were quiet Wednesday, authorities said.

Police report
Pine Island beach closed to swimming

Letters
The Character First! program's a good idea
Editor: Re: Character training draws critics, Aug. 27 Times.

 


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