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November 19, 2002


State win provides a confidence boost
Seminole's Brittany Lincicome, winner of the state high school Class 2A girls title last week, has an even more challenging duel on her schedule this fall. It's the Polo Junior Classic at Walt Disney World, Nov. 24-30, an American Junior Golf Association major.

Despite outcry, buyer pushes utility's sale
ORLANDO -- Two legislators, a slew of attorneys and officials from 14 affected communities all pleaded with them: Don't do it.

Off course near plant, pilots nearly draw jets
CRYSTAL RIVER -- A small plane blown off course Monday on its way to Cedar Key flew too close to the Florida Power nuclear power plant, nearly causing the military to dispatch jets to order the aircraft to land, officials said.

Superintendent picks principal
Currently principal at Inverness Primary, Teretta Charles is tapped to head Forest Ridge Elementary.

Hurricanes sweep competition
The Citrus High marching band wins first place in its division and the grand champion award. Next up: a state competition this Saturday.

New foes, few qualifiers
Competing in a district with Jacksonville Bolles means a small band of Pirates headed for state.

'Canes continue run of state berths
When the final scores were posted Saturday at the Class 2A, Region 2 meet in Lecanto, Citrus boys coach Bruce Nelson pumped his fist and let out an emphatic "Yes!"

Jan Glidewell
A dilemma of keeping out the right bad guys
Iknow I'm sticking my chin out by asking, but am I missing something?

Editorial
Commission majority not in the right zone
To no one's surprise, the Citrus County Commission has decided to appeal a judge's recent ruling against the county in the Halls River Retreat case.

 


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