June 2, 2000
[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
Hilary Frederick waves to her family and friends during the Wednesday graduation of her senior class in the Crystal River High School stadium.
||Schools candidate details plans
David Hickey, who is running for school superintendent, says he would focus more on children and organize the district's finances.
City challenging severance deal
The Crystal River council says former City Manager Russ Kreager broke the agreement.
Residents hear details of two sewer projects
This year's funding of $1.75-million launches a Chassahowitzka water and sewer project and a Homosassa sewer line.
County considers a fireworks ban
The drought is forcing county commissioners to look at denying all permits for the traditional displays in unincorporated areas.
As always, festival ends on a high note
So I was standing there, sweat running down my face, starting to drink somewhere around the third gallon of water on a 90-degree-plus day on the anniversary of a personal tragedy and wondering whether maybe it wasn't going to happen.
Logging company owner files countersuit against county
INVERNESS -- Business owner Scott Adams filed a countersuit in circuit court Thursday against Citrus County, saying he has lost money because of the county's efforts to shut down his logging operations on County Road 486 over a permitting issue.
Supporters line up behind renovation of Lakeview school
The Hernando Heritage Council is pursuing a grant to help turn the building into a community center.
'Music Man' still marching
The classic musical, which enjoyed a recent revival on Broadway, opens tonight at Crystal River's Playhouse 19.
Whatever floats your boat
The Homosassa River will be filled with all types of funny-looking homemade rafts Saturday for the annual Homosassa River Raft Race.
Dunnellon High honored for sportsmanship
Its total athletic program, including players, coaches and spectators, is named the overall winner among all Class 4A schools in the state.
Mini Stock champ off to good start in higher class
Jim Smith decided to move up to Limited Sportsman for the experience.
New look for Top Teams tourney
There will be round-robin play instead of double elimination, more sites and some new faces.