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February 10, 2003

Despite rainy day, art league morale still high
Rain hinders tours of the group's new theater, which is still under construction, but leaders focus on its progress.

Citrus Slices: Top teacher no slouch when it comes to funny
Burdines 2003 Florida Teacher of the Year Randy Scott is a middle school teacher from Gainesville, but he could easily be just as successful as a comedian. He illustrated this skill recently during the Citrus School District Teacher/Support Person of the Year dinner and celebration.

Clash over garbage plan swells
The county has revised its plan for mandatory garbage collection for the next hearing, but public outcry grows daily.

Letters: Allowing bids doesn't protect rights of residents
Editor: An open letter to Citrus County commissioners:


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