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April 20, 2001


The filthy rich
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[Times photo: Steve Hasel]
The schemes of a powerful family provide the backdrop for Lillian Hellman's expose about the dangers of a society ruled by excess, as The Little Foxes comes to Playhouse 19 this weekend.
Review board rejects group home request

Frank and Tina Bower are at odds with the county over whether their home is, in fact, a group home.

Test shows higher arsenic levels
An independent test commissioned by the city reveals levels 17 times higher than the state considers safe.

Educators ponder loss of their jobs
Elected in November, Superintendent David Hickey is shaping a new management team, and those set aside reflect on their next step.

Message of faith fuels debate
A speaker raises concerns when she relays her faith in Jesus to a group of students during a schools-supported Rotary program.

Citrus briefs
Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony Sunday

Events show how to be planet-savvy on Earth Day
Earth Day will be celebrated in Citrus County with a variety of activities, most of them held at Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park on Saturday.

Get out into the field and thank Mother Earth
Kayaking on the river, welcoming songbirds and a participating in a Spring Cleanup Campaign are some of the events scheduled to celebrate Earth Day.

This week
DANCE IN THE HILLS: Dawnmarie, the latest addition to the group, Beverly Hills Dancers, will be introduced at the Beverly Hills Recreation Association's Spring Fling on Saturday.

Zephyrhills' Coleman is driven to win title
John Coleman knows that the learning curve in auto racing can be a long and winding road.

'Canes find rare combo
INVERNESS -- Who would've thought that the combination of a budding tennis phenom and an established hockey star could have such devastating effects?

Return to state gives Skidmore a lift
Dejected after scratching last year, the senior is pumped up for his shot at redemption.

True pressure starts today
INVERNESS -- Dual meet victories and conference championships are nice, but area track and field coaches will tell you that the real season starts at today's Class 2A, District 5 meet.  


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