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January 5, 2003

Hernando Oaks nears a milestone
Once the new development's roads are certified by the county, home construction can begin in earnest.

Teen mentors to target sex
Experts -- and many teens -- hope a new program will fight promiscuity, drugs and other health problems.

First the party, then the pain
Ginny Brown-Waite has much to look forward to this week: a reception, swearing in, open house -- and a 4-foot stack of mail.

Jan Glidewell: An update from media conspiracy's Florida HQ
The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things, of news reporters, turtle deaths and, if not cabbages and kings, then at least journalistic balance.

Jeff Webb: Act now, fund future schools
Hernando County's next public school almost certainly will be built on 38 acres on Elgin Boulevard, just west of Barclay Avenue in Spring Hill. The students there will range from kindergarten to eighth grade. Construction should be complete by 2005.

An emotional season
Hernando forward Chris Korbus has had to overcome a mysterious infection and deal with the deaths of two friends.

Brown-Waite readies local offices
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite, R-Brooksville, opened her main district office in the Hernando County Courthouse last week and plans to open a Dade City office this week.

Letters: Complaint about calls misguided
Editor: Re: Missing man found by deputies, Dec. 31 Times:

 


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