September 22, 2000
New schools finance chief recommended
||Mosquitoes drive child from school
[Times photo: Ron Thompson]
Officials at the preschool think the problem stems from a neighboring property and insist they've done all they can.
The superintendent will urge the hiring of a man who held a comparable position in Levy County.
Forum targets water issues
Federal, state and local candidates discuss water-related matters ranging from central sewers to fertilizer runoff.
Schools press for lunch forms
The district is missing more than 1,200 applications for free and reduced-price lunches. Students without them will get sandwiches.
One man's compassion resonates through city
It's way too soon to use the word "miracle," but the news about Dade City businessman Johnny Clower is good -- good enough to give me the chance to write something nice about a friend while he is alive.
Key center issues telemarketer warning
LECANTO -- Telemarketers who have been calling Citrus County residents asking for donations to the Key Training Center are not connected to the center, warned Mark Jacobs, director of development and community relations for the Key.
Brooksville Music Club launches its new season
An invitational tea for new members and a recital by Inverness organist Keith Schenck are on the menu.
11-year-old nurses sweet dreams of stardom
Logan Angeline can belt out a Patsy Cline or Martina McBride tune with astonishing skill. Can a record deal be far off?
By the numbers
0 -- Times Lecanto has finished a season with a winning record.
Game of the week: Citrus at Lecanto
INVERNESS -- Though there was no outward desperation in their voices, these are desperate times for Lecanto coach Dick Slack, Citrus' Larry Bishop and their respective teams.
2 charged in altercations with county authorities
HERNANDO -- Two men were arrested in separate incidents Wednesday on charges of fighting with sheriff's deputies, according to arrest reports.