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February 23, 2003

Choppers: Airborne answer to crime on ground
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With infrared camera and piercing spotlight, the Hernando Sheriff's Office choppers provide backup when deputies on the ground need help.
Times opens new home
The new Times building in Hernando County contains a conference room, emergency power and plenty of parking.

Veteran teacher gets top honors
Suzanne Hays, who has been teaching fourth-grade students at Brooksville Elementary since 1973, is the county's teacher of the year.

Jan Glidewell: Got spam? The irking electronic invasion
I guess it was bound to happen.

Central's reality show
BROOKSVILLE -- Besides his talent, which is obvious, and work ethic, which is undeniable, one other thing separates Central's Kurt Lee from most high school athletes.

Beardsleys capture Sweethearts doubles tournament
Tammy and Rick Beardsley bowled a combined 947 to win the $260 first prize in the Sweethearts Scotch Doubles Tournament Feb. 9 at Mariner Lanes.

Editorial: Recycling program should be expanded
It's the kind of success story the Hernando County Commission would like to hear more often.

Letters: Seniors want concerns heard on potential school sites
Editor: I was unable to attend the Hernando County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on Feb. 10. I would like to tell the School Board that I and others are deeply insulted by the school board attorney's comments.

 


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