May 28, 2000
Official hopes to rework EDC
By making it county-controlled, a commissioner hopes to garner it more backers.
Council slight angers local video producers
INVERNESS -- The Economic Development Council is charged with promoting local businesses and luring new ones to the area.
Forum surveys depths of water issue
Residents and officials gather to talk about the broad problems and solutions related to the water shortage.
Nature's beauty ebbs amid drought
Our back yards, our favorite vistas and our best fishing holes are disappearing.
The week in review
A look back at the week's top stories.
The Wright choice for honors
Citrus High's Candice Wright was the most dominant female athlete in an area that had its share of outstanding girls track competitors.
Fifth-grader's strides give classmates a surprise
In a season of magical moments, this one stood head and shoulders above the rest. That's because it was Jeremy Ruiz's moment -- and he was standing.
CD promoting county reflects poorly on EDC
CD-ROM is a commonly used computer term that is an acronym for Compact Disc-Read Only Memory.
Planned events, quality time spur summer learning
Editor's note: The following is the second part of a question and answer session with Mark Brunner, coordinator of elementary education for the Citrus County School District. The first part of the interview appeared in the May 21 edition of the Times.