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June 29, 2000

Family says murderer is severely mentally ill
Attorneys argue their client should be resentenced because of the incompetence of trial lawyers more than a decade ago.

A grade A, B and C day for Hernando's schools
Three Hernando schools bring home A's from the state, and school leaders are also pleased that no school in the system grades lower than a C.

Authorities search for stolen car
SPRING HILL -- Hernando County sheriff's deputies were searching Wednesday afternoon for a stolen car that might have been driven into a sinkhole or pond off State Road 50 west of Oak Hill Hospital.

Preserve plan will add land
The Southwest Florida Water Management District agreed to buy 58 acres as part of its 24,000-acre Weekiwachee Preserve project.

Government TV on the right track
The Hernando County Commission made the correct decision Tuesday when it instructed County Administrator Paul McIntosh to have county employees videotape and broadcast candidate forums on the local government television station.

Killer doesn't deserve a death reprieve
Editor: Re: Lawyers state case to save a killer's life, June 28 Hernando Times:

Twiner preparing for college with a flourish
The Crystal River graduate has her stroke average down to 76.2 in a busy schedule of tournaments, practices and lessons before she heads for Western Carolina U.  


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