May 13, 2000
Wildlife not hurt yet by drought
INVERNESS -- From the seawall in their backyard, Betty and Cliff Houseman observe a small alligator slowly swim away as they drop pieces of broken bread into a school of hungry fish.
WTI chief is losing job
The superintendent will be posting the job of director of the Withlacoochee Technical Institute.
Marchers pressure Thurman
Union pickets say the U.S. House member's vote is needed to save American jobs.
Swing into Mother's Day
A swing music weekend continues today at Rock Crusher Canyon Garden Pavilion with a special Mother's Day dance.
Story of Mom Cat, Jake has a sad ending
It was the kind of story all writers like to do once in a while . . . a fluff piece. The cotton candy kind of story that starts out bad, ends up good and brings a tear to the eye and a tug at the heart. That was the story of Jake and Mom Cat, which ran on April 20.
Dee Brown made a name for himself
Hernando's centerfielder put up glowing numbers but wanted more for his team. He also is taking steps beyond his father's shadow.
Third coffee shop fails in storefront
INVERNESS -- The Barking Frog Cafe abruptly closed up shop earlier this month, leaving customers and the owner of the downtown building wondering what happened to the offbeat coffee shop.