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December 15, 2002

Brooksville parade has fun for all ages
With offerings ranging from the many floats to the free candy and the bands, the city's 28th annual Christmas parade draws crowds.

Task force takes aim at heart disease
With county deaths from the disease higher than the state average, health leaders plan to help residents lose 1-million pounds and stop smoking.

Helping students cope with tragedy
When two teens died in the gulf last week, the school district's counselors were ready to respond.

Jan Glidewell: Post-party resolution: Sit in a cab, be grateful
Wanting you to have a safe holiday isn't only an altruistic wish; it's also good business. I need your readership. My newspaper needs your patronage. And your loved ones need you alive and not in prison after the holidays are over.

Jeff Webb: Radacky's choice will be his legacy
On Tuesday, Hernando County administrator Richard Radacky is expected to announce who he has chosen to be his second-in-command. It's an important decision; this person will be the deputy administrator. When Radacky is not around, the deputy assumes his responsibilities and authority, and often is tasked with implementing the Board of County Commissioners policies.

Hernando briefs
Burned car found in pit thought to be stolen

Gaynor keeps going in tough year
Central star makes the most of his senior season.

Browning is steady in turbulent times
Eighth-year Hernando coach holds injured team together to reach playoffs.

Letters: Some people cannot be pleased, but this writer is
Editor: Re: A DAY OFF WELL SPENT, volunteers come to the rescue, Dec. 9 Times.

 


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  • Editorial: Cash bonuses for police? Solution isn't that simple
  • Letters: Letter blasting police 'bonus' is illogical, misses the point
  • Schools craft game plan for tax
  • Lighthouse guides sightless to new lives
  • Babb wraps up long trek to bench
  • C.T. Bowen: Looking for water, losing trust
  • Ridgewood center right on schedule
  • Ready, aim, fire!
  • Karen Hill, 103, who told stories of pioneers
  • Police report
  • Letters: Civic association teaches lesson on abuse of power

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