August 25, 2000
School Board ponders all-day soda sales
||Terror won't catch deputies unready
[Times photo: Steve Hasel]
LECANTO -- If terrorists ever hijack a bus and take hostages in Citrus County, residents can rest easy. Thanks to former Israeli military specialist Hanan Yadin, local law officers will know what to do.
At issue is whether vending machines should be left on all day and, if so, where sales proceeds should go.
Squaw Lane may get new name soon
Some consider the term offensive. Residents will vote on a new name and ask the county to approve it.
Thurman's challengers seek major reformation
Among the changes the two Republicans envision: HMO reform and House quorum calls.
Cafe wants to be the real thing
"We want you to come in, sit and relax," says a co-owner of Jim's Cafe in Inverness.
Fish on the menu at fundraiser feast
The United Way dinner features a whole smoked shark and several other seafood dishes. Proceeds benefit 26 local charitable agencies.