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Today's Features

  • At first glance, it wasn’t clear who was learning more — the first-graders or the high school students.

    Brandy Gibbs’ Early Childhood Education students at Citrus High School experienced firsthand last week how to instruct elementary-level students. Meanwhile, Julie Zolnierz’s first-graders at Inverness Primary School learned about economics and business success and fundamental life skills.

  • At first glance, it wasn’t clear who was learning more — the first-graders or the high school students.

    Brandy Gibbs’ Early Childhood Education students at Citrus High School experienced firsthand last week how to instruct elementary-level students. Meanwhile, Julie Zolnierz’s first-graders at Inverness Primary School learned about economics and business success and fundamental life skills.

  • Education is heading to the park.

    From 3 to 6 p.m. today, Oct. 29, Crystal River primary, middle and high schools will get together at Copeland Park, 850 N.E. Third St, Crystal River, for Copeland Community Campus.

  • Education is heading to the park.

    From 3 to 6 p.m. today, Oct. 29, Crystal River primary, middle and high schools will get together at Copeland Park, 850 N.E. Third St, Crystal River, for Copeland Community Campus.

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    Megan Carella

    Correspondent

    It can happen as easily as a small child putting her hand in her mouth. Perhaps the paint is chipping on the walls of your old home. The paint dust on her fingers gets into her mouth and absorbed into her bloodstream. Or he puts that old toy you bought at a yard sale in his mouth while he’s playing. Simply drinking water from older pipes can cause it.

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    Megan Carella

    Correspondent

    It can happen as easily as a small child putting her hand in her mouth. Perhaps the paint is chipping on the walls of your old home. The paint dust on her fingers gets into her mouth and absorbed into her bloodstream. Or he puts that old toy you bought at a yard sale in his mouth while he’s playing. Simply drinking water from older pipes can cause it.

  • Special to the Chronicle

    A hilarious, yet sometimes touching, play about five very different Southern women opens next Friday at the Art Center Theatre at 2644 N. Annapolis Ave. in Citrus Hills. The women meet for a long weekend at the beach each August, free of husbands, kids and jobs, to renew their friendship and discuss their lives,

  • Special to the Chronicle

    A hilarious, yet sometimes touching, play about five very different Southern women opens next Friday at the Art Center Theatre at 2644 N. Annapolis Ave. in Citrus Hills. The women meet for a long weekend at the beach each August, free of husbands, kids and jobs, to renew their friendship and discuss their lives,

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    Dr. Armando Rojas

    Guest Column

    A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure used for the treatment of many gynecologic conditions. Two common options are a total hysterectomy, which involves removing the uterus and cervix, or a supracervical hysterectomy, where the uterus is removed but the cervix remains in place.

    Either procedure can be done with or without removal of the ovaries. Hysterectomy is a major surgery and for this reason should be considered only after careful discussion of less invasive options.

  • Q.I cracked one of my molars, an upper right tooth. The dentist capped it. The problem is it hurts when I crunch down on it and there is pain. The dentist put something in my mouth to bite down, nothing happened. They said they did not want to do a root canal. They did not want to do something I did not need.  They said come back in two months for a re-check. I cannot identify the tooth that hurts. Is this customary?