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March 4, 2001

Man sees profit growth in trees
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[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
Developer Steve Tamposi planted 108,500 saplings near his Citrus Hills subdivision. They'll provide green -- and money.
Bill would create two water councils
The proposed boards could recommend to the Legislature waterway improvements, including muck removal.

New school role: Internet police
While Web technology greatly expands educational opportunities, officials learn there is a downside. The opportunities for abuse are temptations as well.

Board's exploitation of children is shameful
Suffer the children, for they know not when they are being exploited.

Now Patience Nave must make amends
Editor: The School Board met Feb. 27 with this agenda:

Energetic Trenary pulls out all stops
Applying maximum effort makes the Crystal River junior a two-sport star.

Week in sports
Best bet

Coach off to perfect beginning
First-year coach Lindsay Rodriguez knew he was inheriting a good thing, but even he has been a bit taken aback by the performance of his Lecanto boys over the first half of the season.

Home Delivered Meals program needs drivers
The Home Delivered Meals program needs permanent and substitute drivers.

Local community raises money for India earthquake survivors
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Local Indian-American residents have continued collecting money to help earthquake survivors in their native land.

Take precautions when towing a boat
Editor's note: This is one of an occasional series of columns. Today's column is written by Wilbur B. Scott, public affairs officer for Flotilla 15-4 of Homosassa. Call him at 628-0639.

Week in review
A look back at the week's top stories

Advanced practitioners span nurse-doctor gap
Trained at the master's degree level, ARNPs work with physicians and perform many of the same procedures.

This week in government
Monday

Political scene
The Democratic Women's Club of Citrus County will have its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hernando Civic Club on Parson's Point, Hernando. The guest speaker will be Lt. Mike Richie of the Citrus County Sheriff's Office. The topic for the evening will be covering information concerning the Aviation Unit of the Sheriff's Office. The meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome.  


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