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October 6, 2002

Jan Glidewell
Those cute critters can be crazed creatures
Dechardonae Gaines and I would not appear, on the surface, to have a lot in common.

Safe driver act takes back seat
The act does have commission support, but working out kinks might delay it up to six months.

No one to dance with
One of the state's highest marriage rates, almost 62 percent, makes single life in Hernando tough.

Enrollment increase follows renovations
Pasco-Hernando Community College's north campus students flock to upgraded programs.

Two men charged in woman's death
The Spring Hill woman was shot in the head during a robbery at her apartment; two Brooksville men are under arrest.

Friday night rewind
QUOTABLE

Halfway there
CENTRAL (2-3): The Bears are working to grasp first-year coach John Wilkinson's scheme.

Midterm grade
HERNANDO (3-2): Backfield helps team coming off three-win season open some eyes.

Progress report
SPRINGSTEAD (0-5): Player turnover has kept Eagles from picking up where they left off last year.

Editorial
Nurse-student ratio too low
The Hernando County School District lags far behind the state average in the important categories of how little it pays teachers and how little money it keeps in reserve funds. Those shortcomings have been widely reported and discussed, yet they remain challenges to be overcome.

Letters
How to pay teachers more
Editor: I want to make some suggestions regarding the Hernando County teachers contract:

 


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