June 22, 2000
|Inverness council adopts fireworks ban
INVERNESS -- Stressing the need for consistency with other fireworks bans in the county, the Inverness City Council passed its own ban Tuesday night on the use of fireworks.
Senator works to mend fences with officials
State Sen. Anna Cowin, who didn't meet with a Citrus contingent during the legislative session, fills in government and business leaders on new laws.
||All write! Citrus scores go up
Students did better this year than last on the writing portion of the FCAT. In fact, no Citrus school failed to meet the writing standard this year. Story
Resignations adding up in finance department
Four of the five Inverness staff members have quit since February. The city manager blames frustration over a complicated new computer system.
Lotto wife had warned about hidden assets
Carolyn Smith feared her husband might try to hide assets in their divorce, so she wasn't surprised to learn he didn't tell her about winning the lottery.
Brooksville ends up with a golf course as lessee leaves town
BROOKSVILLE -- Bob Mallek took a letter to City Hall on Wednesday morning announcing his plans to bail out of his 15-year lease of the Quarry Golf Course -- effective immediately.
Defoor to replace Bramlett
Crystal River's longtime football coach makes his retirement official and his longtime assistant is named to take the reins.
School district retirees reflect on past, future
Many say they'll miss friends and good times, but look forward to travel, time with family, new adventures and experiences.