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December 6, 2002

Jan Glidewell: Education cutbacks dim future brightness
During the recent gubernatorial campaign, Democrats generally thought the class size amendment was a good idea, although they were hazy about how to pay for it.

Spring Hill's 'driving force' dies
Hugh McGeehan, a Realtor, activist, education booster and devoted family man who played a key role in Spring Hill's creation, was 83.

Sex offender wants Web site photo removed
His girlfriend left him because she saw his picture on the state's sexual offender Web site, a Spring Hill man tells a judge.

County pays veteran attorney $475,040
Why was Bruce Snow paid nearly half a million while five full-time staff attorneys together cleared less than $300,000? To know that, you'd have to know him.

Street closed after workers slice into propane gas line
Workers laying fiber optic cable accidentally cut through a propane gas pipe, and Spring Hill Drive is closed off for about an hour while the leak is fixed.

Central fights to overcome adversity
Tim Woods was frustrated.

Best players viewed differently with Bears
Central coach Lori Lessley doesn't want to hear about scoring leaders. If you want to know who is playing well for her team, check their shooting percentages.

Hernando's Lahey hangs up coaching reins
BROOKSVILLE -- It was one thing to miss some of his youngest daughter's basketball games. It was quite another to miss every one of her volleyball matches.

Little Sisters create Christmas 'Nunsense'
A holiday musical takes the zany sisters into ballet territory with "Nuncrackers."

Entertainment this week: Hernando
SOUNDS OF THE SEASON: The Hernando Symphony Orchestra will perform its final holiday concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hernando High School Performing Arts Center, 700 Bell Ave., Brooksville. Tickets are $9 for adults; $5 for students. Call 799-8507.

Music, magic meld for holiday show
An entertainer will strum on banjos and switch to bagpipes, and magicians will create a few illusions.

Letters: It's time to put bureaucrats up for election
Editor: Re: Antisprawl group, Wal-Mart win in ruling, Nov. 23 Times:

 


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