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May 6, 2001


In the dark, a life was lost
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[Times photo: Steve Hasel]
David Easter thinks streetlights may have helped the night he struck and killed a woman crossing U.S. 19.
Jan Glidewell
The United Nations need not apply here
If they ever thought about it, the folks at the United Nations would now have to scrap plans to move their worldwide headquarters to Hernando County.

Board set to tackle chock-full agenda
The marathon School Board meetings, set to begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday, will touch on everything from staffing to spaghetti dinners.

Overall, Argenziano is pleased
Despite frustration with nursing care reform, the Dunnellon Republican supported other measures that were successful.

Argenziano blows her cool with stinky stunt
Just when you thought she was getting the hang of this elected representative stuff, Nancy Argenziano kicks statesmanship to the curb and lets her tough-as-nails roots show. She just can't help herself.

Tool for escape was -- key
Three inmates escape from Cypress Creek Detention Facility using a key given to them by a staff member. All are quickly caught.

Join the protest against moving county offices
Editor: Re: Moving the Tax Collector and Property Appraiser offices to strip malls:

Best candidate already has job
When the Crystal River Council convenes its special meeting Monday night to narrow the list of applicants for city manager, the most qualified candidate may not even be considered.

Ex-Lecanto star keeps shining
The key pitcher in the Panthers' capture of the 1996 Class 4A crown is leading Culver-Stockton in its pursuit of a berth to the national tournament.

Drought provides opportunities, too
Dry conditions hamper routine aquatic weed control. Instead, county workers can spend time cleaning up lake beds.

The week in review
IN THE MONEY: The county's legislative delegation helped secure $1-million for the Chassahowitzka wastewater project and $750,000 for the Homosassa Regional Wastewater System.

Idea turns 'what if' into new business
SUGARMILL WOODS -- Inspiration can come at any time and in any place. For Alma Warren, it came at 4 a.m. while she was driving some Sugarmill Woods neighbors to the airport.  


Other North Suncoast news

Jan Glidewell
  • The United Nations need not apply here
  • Residents suggest priorities for budget
  • Family's health, faith grow stronger
  • PHCC restarts high school scholarship program
  • Bonds would force businesses to take more responsibility
  • Readers respond
  • Waldron a friend and foe
  • 11 prepare for U.S. Open qualifying event
  • Celebration fills the air at fundraising festival
  • Case hinges on missing witness
  • Derailed train car lands in home
  • Book holds a century of verse
  • Cannon's defense only irritates
  • Police reports
  • Festival celebrates Cinco de Mayo
  • Lions wait with fingers crossed
  • Area weightlifters a natural fit on Power Team
  • Three sign with local colleges
  • These Rams are the best ever

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