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May 23, 2001

Springstead High has big new bird on campus
[Times photo: Kevin White]
The companion to the venerable mascot, Archibald, is a more realistic bird in flight -- causing some concerns it might actually fly in high winds.
Social services gets approval to hire worker
The department's director had sought to add two full-time employees to deal with a heavier workload.

Middle school gives $1,100 in FCAT cash to 38 students
The West Hernando Middle School students scored at the highest levels on the state's key achievement test.

Commission natters over meeting details
At issue are the cost and sponsorship of an economic development conference for business and county leaders.

Nothing to fix in Spring Hill Fire Rescue
Editor: Relax, the sky is not falling.

Police reports
Roommate sought in stabbing

Following USF golfer Kelly Lagedrost
FINAL SWING: Lagedrost is competing in the NCAA Tournament.

Eagles' Bifulco resigns
John Bifulco is not coming back to coach the girls program he started more than 10 years ago, Springstead athletic director Bob Levija says.

Hernando's Blanton, Polk are the right fit
BROOKSVILLE -- Stephen Blanton had a look of uncertainty Friday morning as Polk Community College baseball coach Johnny Wiggs stumped him with a question that hadn't come up during the recruiting process: "What size cap do you wear?"

Final complaints against official die
BROOKSVILLE -- State regulators have formally dismissed the last of a series of complaints against Grant Tolbert, Hernando County's development director, according to Tolbert's lawyer, Bruce Snow.  

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  • All Children's clinic looking to expand in Pasco
  • Murder suspect's bail brings scrutiny
  • Tax plan for new parks worth consideration
  • Wildcats win another track title
  • Former Crusader finds success as Wolverine
  • Touch-screen voting goes on display
  • Students key to population drop-off
  • Letters of thanks
  • Two bright futures subject to revision
  • School's class acts look to future
  • Class notes
  • Discipline launches students to the top
  • Work, independence await graduates
  • Police reports

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