July 30, 2000
Don't reject every idea that affects environment
Whether you've lived here for a long time or are just now unpacking your boxes, you have something in common with every other Citrus County resident: All of us are in debt to the environmentalists in our midst.
Riding a dream
Two Florida businessmen are proposing a $100-million white-water park on the former Cross Florida Barge Canal.
New leader, focus energize institute
WTI's new director starts by asking the business community to lend a helping hand.
In the end, man keeps lottery prize
A Floral City man got to keep his $2.4-million jackpot; his ex-wife got most of the marital assets.
Brown Schools letter got one thing wrong: It's located in Lecanto
Editor: Re: Security at Brown Schools is a troubling issue, July 26 Citrus Times:
Florida land deal was nothing but a dream
The summer of 1971 marked my last chance to spend time with my parents before beginning married life and a career, and it was good fortune that Dad was assigned to temporary duty as a government auditor in Miami Beach.
Clinic teaches coaches how to prevent incidents
SPRING HILL -- Things are not the same now as on the playing fields of our memories.
Manatee to offer bowling lessons
So you've been thinking about taking up bowling but have just one problem: You don't know how to bowl.
The week in review
A look back at the week's top stories.
Hospital program trains patient care assistants
INVERNESS -- Citrus Memorial Hospital needs more patient care assistants, whose duties are similar to those of nurse's aides.