June 13, 2000
Attack on boy raises fears of dog packs
The biting of the child heightens resentment about dogs that keep escaping and terrorizing neighbors.
Man sentenced to 30 years for killing
INVERNESS -- After two years of grappling with the death of her son, Carol McCabe was eager to see the case against his accused killer come to a conclusion without endless appeals.
Drought not washed away
INVERNESS -- There's a long way to go, folks.
Four apply to direct WTI
INVERNESS -- Four applicants, including one teacher who has worked at the school for several years, are vying to become the new director of the Withlacoochee Technical Institute.
County eyes new drug program
The School Board is set to vote today on a localized replacement for DARE, a program used to teach students about drugs and alcohol.
A Fourth without sparklers isn't all bad
It's one of those questions you realize you have answered as soon as you ask it.
Cory Presnick the epitome of scholar-athlete
At one time, the generally accepted stereotype was that athletes could run, jump, throw and catch. They had speed, finesse and ability that only a few possess.