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Thursday, May 12, 2022

The Myth of Political Moderation

A brief interaction on Friday left me tongue-tied and speechless. Me! The same person who has written over 120,000 words in the last 17 months and spent most Tuesdays around noon yelling into the internet for 10 minutes about local politics could not find the right thing to say.

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Annexing the Bay

The city of Crystal River is moving forward with the annexation of the remainder of King’s Bay that is not now within the city limits.

Friday, May 13, 2022

Following in Mark Yerman's Robes

Not long after moving here in February 1987 and starting work at the Chronicle, I began seeing stories and hearing of a local judge who seemed a little eccentric.

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Saturday, May 14, 2022

Two Hospitals Both Get Average Marks for Patient Safety

HCA Florida Citrus Hospital in Inverness and Bravera Health Seven Rivers hospital in Crystal Rivers remained average, C-grade health care facilities for their patient safety care.

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Rebecca Bays Drops HD 23 Campaign to Run for Citrus County Commission Instead

State Rep. Ralph Massullo’s path to re-election in House District 23 became clearer Thursday when his top competitor withdrew.

Friday, May 13, 2022

Homosassa Man Arrested for 10 Business Break-Ins across County

Citrus County Sheriff’s Office authorities apprehended a Homosassa man in connection to 10 separate break-ins of businesses across the county.

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

District Seeking Resolution for FFA Animals on School Property

t’s no secret that a huge part of Citrus County culture is the county’s FFA program each year.

This upcoming school year, however, it is possible students will no longer be allowed to keep their own FFA animals on school properties.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Tod Cloud First Candidate to Reach Petition Goal; Only Republican with Signatures

State house candidate Tod Cloud earned his place on the August primary ballot. He became the first candidate in the race to reach the nearly 600 petition signatures needed to qualify for the ballot without paying a fee.

Tod Cloud First Candidate to Reach Petition Goal; Only Republican with Signatures

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