July 23, 2000
Parkway II plans should be slowed by doubts
||Run ends, telethon takes off
[Times photo: Brian Tietz]
LECANTO -- Avoiding the noon sun Saturday, Chet Cole stood in a spot of shade at the Key Training Center. He wore a crisp white shirt and tie. For the first time, he was a member of the welcoming committee.
The tempestuous debate over the proposed Suncoast Parkway extension through Citrus County has just become muddier.
Sheriff says book is required reading
A tiny tale of self-motivation is making the rounds at the Sheriff's Office. Its message: Don't fear change. Embrace it.
Primary votes really count
Under new election rules, the winners of some races will be decided Sept. 5; voters who usually wait for Election Day to have their say will be out of luck.
GOP candidates get priority in Republican Club
Editor: Re: Politics infiltrate non-partisan races, July 17 Citrus Times:
Situation in Crystal River is ripe for a good rebellion
Founding father Thomas Jefferson once said, "A little rebellion now and then is a good thing."
The week in review
A look back at the week's top stories.
Hospital okays land purchase
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Citrus Memorial Hospital's governing board recently authorized purchase of property at State Road 44 and NE 12th Avenue, on the city's eastern edge.
10-pin finally falls for Nelson
CRYSTAL RIVER -- Reggie Nelson came close to bowling a perfect game so often that the proprietors at Manatee Lanes once gave him the 10-pin from one of his two 299-game efforts.
Wrestlers' trip to nationals part of year-round effort
For some area wrestlers, the competition does not end with the high school season.