June 16, 2000
Rains relieve, pummel county
Way back when -- only last week, actually -- Citrus County residents were clamoring for rain to feed their parched yards and dried-up lake beds after months of drought.
Mobile home park to be replaced
Developers will be allowed to turn the Tradewinds into a subdivision of homes and duplex condos; residents of the park will get eviction notices.
Former county attorney dies
INVERNESS -- Lovick P. Williams, a lawyer who represented many of Citrus County's residents and government agencies, died Wednesday (June 14, 2000) at an Inverness nursing home. He was 95.
Planning board rejects religious center
LECANTO -- A Christian group hoping to build a spiritual treatment center suffered a major setback Thursday.
Parrot Heads will be in paradise
Jimmy Buffett fans can revel in the sounds of Buffett tribute group A1A this weekend at the annual disaster relief fundraiser at Ramshackle Cafe on the River.
Pull-tabs escaping a mythical distortion
I have spent a large portion of my career bedeviled by the aluminum pull-tab story, and am comforted, somewhat, to have positive news to report on the subject.
More pursuers, but they can't catch Veltman
He ran away from a smaller Limited Sportsman class last season and he's doing it again even with more competition and without taking advantage of a rule change.