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September 22, 2002

Jan Glidewell
Festival revived, with all the memories
You never can quite be sure what's going on when you hear Larry Whidden's voice on the other end of the telephone line.

Student, 13, charged with battery in school incident
A 13-year-old boy was arrested at West Hernando Middle School on Friday afternoon after he pushed two people, police said.

District support staff okays contract
The Hernando United School Workers union votes 202-3 to approve a contract that raises pay. It will cost about $725,000.

Pay issue haunts Hillside project
A HUD report on the Brooksville Housing Authority finds mismanagement of Hillside Estates and misuse of federal funds.

The long way home
It's getting longer. Workers' commutes now average more than 29 minutes each way.

Show a fetching Broadway lullaby
Bravo, bravo, bravo for Bravo, Broadway!, the Angel Cabaret Theatre's new tribute to the best of Broadway music. A terrific cast, sizzling dancing, an effective backdrop, scores of stylish costumes and a show with a pleasing rhythm all its own make a quick and fun two-plus hours of entertainment for all ages.

Friday night rewind
LOGAN PAYNE, LAND O'LAKES: The senior split end/defensive back caught five passes for 33 yards, including touchdowns of 14 and 13 yards, returned an interception 35 yards for a score and kicked three extra points.

Leopards drive at district
Hernando hopes shooting for success beyond GCAC gets it out of the postseason rough.

Editorial
When danger lurks, public needs to know
If a sniper with a semiautomatic rifle had gunned down someone in your neighborhood, you would want to know about it as soon as possible. You might want to take some reasonable steps to increase your family's safety. Parents probably would keep their children inside. Walkers or bicyclists might choose a different route.

Letters
Teachers don't have a chance
Editor: As I watched the proceedings at the local School Board meeting Tuesday night, I finally realized why our district's financial and philosophical agendas are so distorted. I also realized why our teachers are never going to have pay increases that will give them the wages that reflect the level of duty they offer to Hernando's children.

 


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