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November 7, 2002

Election 2002
GOP gives toast to county's role in win
INVERNESS -- The latest election returns had just come in Tuesday night when burly Charlie Dean scooped up Nancy Argenziano and hoisted the petite senator-elect over his left shoulder, drawing cheers from the crowd of supporters at Coach's Pub & Eatery.

Here's a tidy wrap-up of a few races
INVERNESS -- The time was 8:37 p.m. and the applause was raucous.

Character focus gives Fowler edge
Republican Commissioner Jim Fowler trounces nonparty challenger Scott Adams in a contest of disparate budgets, finger-pointing and some slung mud.

Schools grapple with amendments
INVERNESS -- David Hickey wishes he could answer the questions, but he can't.

Crystal River rivals escalate name-calling
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Drama, it seems, could not come soon enough for the partisans camped outside City Hall on Election Day.

Struble and Smith in race for a title
Rex Struble and Jim Smith didn't expect to be battling for a Late Model championship.

More Citrus news
Youthful scholars
The University of Bright Futures lets third-graders at Inverness Primary sign up for different classes -- from horticulture and science to photojournalism and women in sports.

Monte Irvin tribute
Irvin has seen it all in his journey from the Negro Leagues to majors to Citrus County.

Irvin will be honored for his generosity
Joe Morgan is the master of ceremonies for a dinner/roast.

Commissioners must find out what people want
It's time to take down the signs, flush the vile campaign literature and begin the really tough task of politics: governing in the best interests of all of the people.


Other North Suncoast news
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  • 'Attitude problem' leads to downfall
  • Confusion blurs independence vote
  • Fox Chapel supporters leap to school's defense
  • How Brown-Waite ousted Thurman

  • Jeff Webb
  • Low-cost housing dogged Commissioner Kingsley
  • Juniors take two paths toward same destination
  • Pruginic rolls a perfect game
  • 'Everything went by the book' with voting
  • Wever stays the course in Brooksville
  • 'Big' sibling bonding
  • Students put ingenuity to work -- on chores

  • Letters
  • Zoning decisions preceded current commissioners
  • Mosquito controls still up in the air
  • Sheriff's operation center up for review
  • DUI trial opens for driver in car crash
  • Seasons change, as do our lives
  • Democrats invited punches on way to drubbing
  • Tree farm may give way to residential and retail
  • Couple to put a B&B on Main Street
  • Pressure builds as Pasco prepares for season finale
  • Mitchell still needs to beat Hudson for a playoff shot
  • Wildcats have been here before
  • Camaraderie carries Knights
  • Utility given deadline for providing service
  • DUI sends man back to prison
  • Police reports

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