June 4, 2000
||Couple goes with drought's flow
They manage on about 10 gallons of water a day utilizing cisterns and water conservation methods. Story
[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
Richard Byrd cleans out the filter of the cistern system behind his house.
Schools chief race divides leadership
Many administrators are taking sides as two top district officials campaign to be superintendent.
Economic development chief defends embattled council
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Rick Jensen says that, in real life, he is a shy person, not the kind of guy whose name you might expect to see in the newspapers every other day.
Attendance incentives steer students to classroom
It wasn't long after Amanda Lewis got her shiny new, and absolutely free, Camaro that the carping began.
New unit serves dementia patients
The Lavender Cottage is licensed to give care beyond what many assisted living facilities may provide.
Two teens charged in church vandalism
HOMOSASSA -- Two teenagers are accused of breaking into three buildings at Faith Baptist Church, 6918 S Spartan Ave., and marring the outside of the worship center with anti-Semitic graffiti, arrest reports showed.
The week in review
A look back at the week's top stories.
Times All-Citrus/Hernando softball team
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Chrissy Hartley, P/SS, Hernando
Commission takes just minutes to give away public money
Editor: Read this action taken by the Citrus County Commission. Both areas are in Citrus Hills. Following excerpts are from the minutes of the commission meeting:
Plant plan must be monitored carefully
Circumstances have changed since January, when the Hernando County Commission gave initial approval to a change in the comprehensive land management plan that could lead to Florida Rock Industries building a $100-million cement plant halfway between Brooksville and the Citrus County line.