July 26, 2000
Kayak run plan developers get first green light
The developer has a year to prove it can finance Phase I of the $100-million park.
Man is guilty in home invasion
A 20-year-old is convicted of beating an elderly man and stealing his car and gun.
Allegations fly in state attorney's race
A campaign opponent claims State Attorney Brad King failed to properly investigate allegations against one of his staff members.
Search for Kuhl's successor begins
The County Commission votes to accept the county administrator's resignation.
Security at Brown Schools is a troubling issue
Editor: Re: Security threats at juvenile detention center:
Crystal River budget cuts falling short
So far, officials haven't found enough to trim in the budget plan to avoid a tentative half-mill increase in the tax rate.
Inverness Senior Softball advances
Pete Maggiore knew the going would be a lot easier at the Section I tournament than it would be at this weekend's state tournament, but the manager of the Inverness Senior Softball All-Star team probably didn't expect anything like this.
Hurricane women gain whole new perspective
INVERNESS -- Like many of the mothers, sisters, girlfriends and grandmothers who attended Mom's Day at Citrus High, June Hernandez had an idea of what to expect.