December 8, 2000
Dashing to decipher the reindeer dilemma
Neither one of them, apparently, is named Rudolph, but two of Brian Long's reindeer have definitely gone down in history.
Voters suit now in judge's hands
Plaintiffs hope for a swift ruling in the federal lawsuits, which question the acceptance of overseas absentee ballots in Citrus and other Florida counties.
EDC wants one last look at newly corrected movie
They want to make sure they fixed embarrassing errors from the first version before they send it to businesses.
Bush, Brogan to meet with Lecanto residents
LECANTO -- Gov. Jeb Bush and Lt. Gov. Frank Brogan will hold open office hours between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. today at the Lecanto Government Building, 3600 W Sovereign Path.
Retail complex vote is delayed
Officials postpone a decision on a large retail store on U.S. 19. Foes of the project tick off a list of potential problems.
Winning entries from journalism club
These are the eighth-grade Junior Journalism Club winners. The Junior Journalism Club is a partnership between the Citrus Times and the Citrus County School District to encourage writing.
Two stories diverge on details of arrest
It started as a minor traffic stop, but quickly escalated into a roadside scuffle and an arrest.
This week in Citrus
Symphony puts classical shine on holiday music
Sunday's concert in Lecanto is one of three remaining holiday shows from the Central Florida Symphony.
A steamy bowl of beef mami, a noodle soup
Jose Feliciano -- yes, that's his real name -- has carved out a small lunch counter in the corner of his JMJ Oriental Food Mart that features the flavor of the Philippines. Preserved duck eggs, anyone?
Springstead hoping to nail down district title
SPRING HILL -- A week after Springstead High's wrestling team made a Florida-wide impact by beating state-ranked, two-time state champ Miami Southridge in the Land O'Lakes invitational, coach Bob Levija has his undefeated team concentrating on items of local import, namely the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament on Saturday at Hernando High.
Less is more for Brundage's season
LECANTO -- It isn't often that a repeat performance comes with higher times and is still regarded as an improvement.
About 200 runners are expected to compete in Saturday's Jingle Bell 5K in Inverness.
Computer glitch may suspend active military awards
There is now some information on a problem emanating from the Department of Defense.