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April 10, 2001


High-tech equipment on the move
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[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
A PET scanner is brought to Citrus Memorial Hospital each Monday to serve patients.
Jan Glidewell
Road trip: barricades, troopers, BP stations
There is nothing, absolutely nothing, like spending 28 hours of a 48-hour weekend driving -- half of it in the horrendous traffic resulting from a lemminglike need on behalf of a large percentage of Florida's population to return north in time to hide their grandchildren's Easter baskets in the snow.

County is asked to return land
The Felburn Foundation, which donated 137 acres to the county for a park in 1998, wants the land back.

Swiftmud will crunch water use numbers again
The agency was ready to impose water conservation rates on the county utility until it asked for a re-evaluation.

Nature notes
MUCK REMOVAL PERMITS: The county's Division of Aquatic Services will help homeowners obtain a Corps of Engineers permit for muck removal.

Citrus digest
Manatee film premieres at park

Anderson cruises to Sunbelt 125 victory
INVERNESS -- Dick Anderson estimates that he's won 200 races at Citrus County Speedway since he started competing there in 1979.

Performers of the week
Alycia LePage, Citrus softball Erin Bailey, Lecanto softball

Lecanto is on brink of celebration
LECANTO -- There is no official designation from the Citrus County School board or even from the three county schools, but the county championship -- mythical or not -- is a reality in the minds of the area's players.  


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