Secluded campground caters to gay clientele
||County floats refuge proposal
[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
Developed locally, restricted-access areas in Blue Waters would take the place of a federal manatee sanctuary.
The members-only campground, where clothing is optional, quietly opened last May.
Good cop goes bad ... and he's proud of it
To Crystal River's police Chief James Farley, all the world's a stage, and he wants to play his part -- especially if it's an evil one.
Manatee Festival continues
Today from noon to 4 p.m.
Kids needs should not bow before religion
There are major issues facing educators today, from fine-tuning the curriculum to meet the challenges of the new century to keeping school systems running with ever-fewer dollars.
School Board must keep neutral position
Editor: The swirling controversy that gave birth to the Citrus Times article Prayer idea stirs storm of faith stunningly illustrates part of the reasoning behind the whole concept of separation of church and state.
Local issues requiring attention
Although the method and the money to improve Florida's elections system is expected to occupy much of their time when legislators converge on Tallahassee in March, there is plenty of other work to be done.
Clinical chief on a mission to help
While supervising a department, Mindy Phelps still works with clients dealing with mental illnesses and substance abuse.
Expert advice: get in shape, eat right
New Year's resolutions mean an increase in business at a local fitness center.
A springboard to success
The county will receive the use of Citrus Hills' heated pool, giving area prep swimmers more training opportunities.
Week in sports
This week in government
Christian Home Educators group to meet Tuesday
CRYSTAL RIVER -- The Christian Home Educators Association will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Anne Episcopal Church, 9870 West Fort Island Trail (795-2176).
Week in review