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June 17, 2000

County loses bid for heart units
But the state gives Citrus Memorial Hospital the go-ahead to perform open-heart surgery. Hernando hospital representatives may appeal.

Man charged with sexual abuse of two girls
A Ridge Manor West man has been charged with the repeated fondling of two girls over a 21/2-year period and raping one of the girls when she was 15.

Citrus' school finance chief agrees to be Hernando's
BROOKSVILLE -- With their ailing finance director straddling the fence between work and retirement, Hernando County's School Board has put together its budget this year at breakneck speeds.

Guidelines urged for Channel 19
Groups want debates on TV, but Channel 19's mission is to air government services, not political events, the county says.

Two actors synchronize two roles in 2 musicals
Four or five years ago, Broadway actor Colin Stinton made theatrical history when he played four different roles in two radically different productions in two different auditoriums on the same nights -- and sometimes matinee and evening shows.

Funding adds new vaults to cemetery
The Department of Veterans Affairs gives nearly $3.5-million to the Florida National Cemetery to build above-ground vaults.

Theater makes great 'Company'
Did you catch that blur of black tumbling down Grand Boulevard Thursday night?

 


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