Thursday, Apr 17, 2014

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Published: 04/06/14

Myers: Enough with speculation on breaking news

Each of the broadcast news media try to be the first to report a new story and the term "breaking news" is used ad nauseam. To make matters worse, the broadcast media will bring in anyone who it thinks has some type of expertise and can add credibili...
Published: 04/06/14

College Atheletes: Employees on a Farm Team?

During the Great Depression in New York City, older folks would talk about "union made" and the "union label" - probably because the garment industry was huge in NYC. This was when the Montreal Royals were the top farm team for baseball's Brooklyn Do...
Published: 04/06/14
Twins with severe PDD pose special challenge

Twins with severe PDD pose special challenge

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of four stories focusing on autism that will be featured in Hernando Today's Health & Fitness section during the month of April, which is Autism Awareness Month.
Published: 04/05/14
Updated: 04/06/14
Wever: Life requires us to bounce back

Wever: Life requires us to bounce back

Got bounce?
Published: 04/06/14

LeBlanc: When a dementia patient is hospitalized

Without any doubt or hesitation we now can declare that maintaining a daily routine for dementia patients is vital. But when something happens and a hospital visit is required, their world will be turned upside down and, if you are the caregiver, so ...
Published: 04/06/14
RBeach to host benefit for Hernando Beach burn victim

RBeach to host benefit for Hernando Beach burn victim

Cruising Shoal Line Boulevard through Hernando Beach isn't just a beautiful way to embrace Florida's coast. It also enlightens visitors to a community that is dotted with beautiful homes and small businesses, including some of the area's best eaterie...
Published: 04/03/14

Don't get caught in Brooksville's red-light web

If you choose to come to the Hernando County Fair (April 4th through the 12th) or the City of Brooksville's Blueberry Festival (April 12th and 13th), please beware of the 16 red light cameras that surround the city.
Published: 04/03/14

Students are guinea pigs in common core

Common Core is backdoor nationalizing of the U.S. educational system. Arne Duncan, secretary of education, used Race to the Top grant money to encourage and seduce state bureaucrats to get on the Common Core bandwagon. Educational bureaucrats and lo...
Published: 04/03/14
'The Drowsy Chaperone' takes stage at Weeki Wachee High

'The Drowsy Chaperone' takes stage at Weeki Wachee High

As they neared their production date, the cast of "The Drowsy Chaperone" took to the stage at Weeki Wachee High School, dressed in costume, and ran through several scenes with precision. The group worked in easy succession, fed off each other for cue...
Published: 04/01/14
Updated: 04/02/14

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