Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014
Ebola scare provides good test for Hernando responders
Just before 7:30 p.m. Sunday Hernando County Fire Rescue responded to a Brooksville home where a person who had recently traveled from the United Kingdom and another unidentified country was reporting flu-like symptoms, according to a release from Hernando County. HERNANDO COUNTY COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Hernando County’s first Ebola scare turned out to be a false alarm, but it gave first responders a chance to test their procedures for responding to the virus.

The 35th annual Thanksgiving Bluegrass Festival takes place at Sertoma Youth Ranch from Thursday to Sunday. Acts include Rhonda Vincent, The Glass Cutter, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Trinity River Band, Newtown, Campfire Pickiní, Little Roy & Lizzie Show, Backwater Bluegrass, Dale Ann Bradley, Spinney Brothers, Sassafras, Tribute to Evan Carl, Jr. Sisk & Ramblerís Choice and more. SERTOMAYOUTHRANCH.ORG
Thanksgiving Bluegrass Festival returns to Sertoma
‘A Christmas Carol’ comes to Show Palace

News

Hernando woman charged with stealing $35,000 from government
Around Town: Photos from the community
Severe weather could cause flooding, tornados in Hernando

Sports

Sharks survive in foul-fest
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Opinion

Letters to the editor
Taft: Seen as allies, pilgrims thankful
Myers: Juvenile delinquents cost society a fortune

Health

LeBlanc: Baker act is a dementia dilemma
Working together
LeBlanc: A letter of competency

Out and about

Tomlinson: Be thankful for the waters off the Nature Coast
Give thanks for hunting opportunities galore
‘A Christmas Carol’ comes to Show Palace

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