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March 14, 2001

Freshmen players are producing for Hernando
[Times photo: Maurice Rivenbark]
With only two seniors graduating from last year's state runner-up team, Hernando's lineup wouldn't seem to be prime opportunity for a freshman to find a spot, let alone make an immediate impact.
Sullivan fired after violating senator's media policy
Ginny Brown-Waite says there are reasons she doesn't allow her staff to speak with reporters.

County decides to end relationship with EDC
The county severes its ties with the nearly defunct economic development panel.

Schools to stop driver training
The driver's education program in Hernando County schools is being eliminated to allow students more time for academic subjects.

Contingency funds to pay Spring Hill fire truck bill
The commission authorizes the fire district to pay for the vehicle after learning impact fees couldn't be used to buy the truck.

Eagles' DeCristofaro savors perfect year
"He's the best kid I ever coached," Levija says of the third Springstead wrestler to complete a season undefeated.

Spring Hill Fire Rescue needs to shed self-serving commission
Editor: What is going through the minds of the Spring Hill Fire Rescue District commissioners? It seems as if they have forgotten about the people they serve and have become a group of self-centered children with a blank check.

String students may audition for scholarships
The Hernando Symphony Orchestra Scholarship Committee will have auditions for string students who wish to apply for scholarships offered by the symphony.

County orders removal of problem pepper trees
BROOKSVILLE -- Hernando County commissioners approved an ordinance 4-1 Tuesday that would require homeowners to remove all Brazilian pepper trees from their property.  

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