Nineteen failing students promoted
The School Board votes 4-1 to move the fourth-graders along. Several are being considered for special-education classes.
School chief's job hunt may imperil contract
The School Board chairman does not want to renew John Sanders' contract.
Rains refresh, also bring stress
Several homes flood, wires fall and 2,700 lose electricity on a night when a quarter-inch to 2 inches of rain falls.
Graduation ticket setup was poor
Editor: I attended Hernando High's graduation on May 26. The ceremony was very enjoyable and I observed nothing offensive by any of the students. However, what I did find offensive was the accommodations and last-minute distribution of tickets.
Hernando police reports
Man, 18, charged with raping an acquaintance
Capel plea agreement expected to come today
Former Hernando standout John Capel, arrested last month on a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana, is expected to accept an agreement with prosecutors today that could have the arrest wiped off of his criminal record in six months.
Teen gets hole-in-one even if he doesn't see it
SPRING HILL -- Andrew Coogan was too busy plucking his tee out of the Silverthorn soil last Tuesday to watch the flight of the ball.