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[Times photo: Douglas R. Clifford]
Thirsty river
The once-deep Withlacoochee River shrinks as drought sucks water -- but not life -- out of the channel.
June 4, 2000

Graduates considered a special class

Hernando High officials says the Class of 2000 has left its mark on the school -- from the number of scholarships to a Saturday morning graduation.

Court program focuses efforts on reducing domestic abuse
Officials hope to find solutions for domestic abuse by handling all cases in one courtroom before one judge.

Sports
Gabriel going for spot in U.S. Open
He has been this close to qualifying many times before, but in his sectional Monday, only three of 61 players will advance.

On mound, at short, at plate, Hartley dazzled
As a testament to her year, in which Hernando reached the state championship game, Chrissy Hartley was selected Florida Athletic Coaches Association Class 3A Player of the Year and was named to the all-state first team as a junior.

Letters
Laptop plan too costly; other options may be better
Editor: Re: Laptop computers in schools:

Editorial
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.
 


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