July 21, 2000
Schools favor lower tax
INVERNESS -- Citrus property owners could see a 4 percent decrease in the tax rate that garners money to support the school system.
State deal swells preserve
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Although the state has successfully bought tens of thousands of preservation acres along Citrus County's west coast, it often struggles to reach compromises with land owners.
Knife attack yields new charges
Police think the suspect robbed a home and then returned and stabbed a woman.
Run's beneficiaries, runners unite
FANNING SPRINGS -- The bridge over the Suwannee River provided a reunion of sorts for the participants in the annual Key Training Center Run For the Money and four of the center's clients.
Dress rules come with a coating of irony
Aside from the accusations of racism and of basic unfairness, the case of the young man thrown out of Tyrone Square Mall for not wearing his hat straight raises some very deep and soul-disturbing questions.
School race marked by ins, outs
INVERNESS -- The District 1 School Board race is like a swimming pool on a summer day: Someone is always getting in or coming out.
The taste of European food is just around the corner, thanks to two new restaurants in Inverness.
Art League announces season line-up
Troubled schoolgirls, opera divas and nonconformists are featured characters in the league's upcoming plays.
Racer takes his turn in family tradition
Brooksville Hobby Stocks driver J.D. Goff is making his own name at the Citrus County Speedway.
Section tournaments up next
Five youth teams vie for titles, led by Inverness' Senior Softball All-Stars.