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November 19, 2002

Work on Main Street begins
The long-awaited restoration may inconvenience shoppers because it is in a busy part of downtown Brooksville.

Hernando School Board, attorney spar over prayer
Invocation before board meetings is wrong, the school attorney says. Board members say leave well enough alone.

County workers go to state in quest for union
Once signatures are verified, the state will arrange a deal with the county and organizers.

Cyclist pleads guilty in death
After the motorcyclist crashed as he fled from police, his female passenger died.

Season's final night washed out
INVERNESS -- Citrus County Speedway's season finale was postponed by rain Saturday night. No make-up date has been scheduled.

Starting from scratch
A new era begins at Springstead, as Reyes takes helm of Levija's tradition-rich program.

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
Board needs rational view of smaller-class mandate
The Hernando County School Board, like its counterparts throughout the state, is faced with the daunting prospect of turning the voters' decision on smaller class sizes into a reality. Much is still unknown about how Amendment 9 will affect the school districts, but one thing is clear: It's going to take a lot of money to make it work.

Letters
Paltry turnout, poor attitude hurt parade
Editor: On Nov. 9 we participated in the city of Brooksville Veterans Day Parade. I and others asked, "Where are the people?"

 


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