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Letters

  • We deserve this

    There is arsenic in the wells of approximately 200 households in Crystal River. Instead of making this a priority and getting arsenic out of the water supply by providing public water, the county commissioners are fighting about waste hauling. It’s about self interest, not for the public good. 

  • Only state laws apply

    I have been reading letters regarding backyard gun ranges lately and couldn’t help but notice most would have us believe we are somehow able to make laws or zoning rules to protect ourselves in residential neighborhoods. 

  • Only state laws apply

    I have been reading letters regarding backyard gun ranges lately and couldn’t help but notice most would have us believe we are somehow able to make laws or zoning rules to protect ourselves in residential neighborhoods. 

  • Cruel Israelis abuse helpless Palestinians

    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted a GOP invitation to address a joint session of Congress a few weeks ago. His speech was inflammatory at best and an insult to President Obama. 

    Netanyahu was running for prime minister again and hoped his talk before Congress would boost his popularity back home. His announcement stated there would be no Palestinian state. This fact alone was responsible for him winning re-election.

  • Thanks for helping with Tricky Tray event

    The Community of Catholic Women at St. Scholastica Church recently held their annual Tricky Tray event to raise money for local charities. Many of the merchants and artisans, with their kind and generous donations, made this event possible and very successful. Your kindness will go a long way to help those in need.

    We take this opportunity to thank the following businesses and artisans for their contributions to our Tricky Tray event. We thank:

  • Congratulations to all competitors

    On March 25, I had the opportunity to be one of three judges of the 4-H Youth Public Speaking Contest. It was a privilege and a pleasure. Each and every competitor demonstrated high degrees of initiative, creativity and, most of all, courage when simply entering the competition, and they did not fail to impress when they actually delivered their speeches.

  • Thunderstorm no detriment at celebration

    Thank you to all the attendees at the 14th annual Steak & Steak supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County. The generous hearts of Citrus County were not dispersed by torrential rain, thunder and lightning. Our members, staff and board are deeply touched at the number of attendees who stayed, even though soaked, to enjoy the auction and music and grateful for those who stayed even longer to help with the clean up.

  • Thanks for promotion

    The members of West Citrus Elks 2693 send our many thanks for your help in promoting our event to Cape Canaveral to benefit our local VFW of Homosassa.

    It is greatly appreciated.

    Jean Marchese and Charles Mattingly

    Function coordinators

  • Thank you for supporting pageant

    On behalf of the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who assisted with the 28th annual Little Miss and Miss Strawberry Princess Pageant at the 2015 Strawberry Festival in Floral City.

    Congratulations to every contestant for their participation and special accolades are extended to the Little Miss Strawberry Princess, Lola Blanco and the Miss Strawberry Princess, Bethany Herndon.

  • Open your eyes to Suncoast 2

    All of Citrus County’s citizens need to pay attention to the ramifications of the possible Suncoast 2 extension through the county to State Road 44. For instance, with all the Suncoast 2 and 3 overpasses crossing east-west county roads, what will the road noise level be over the route with four and later eight lanes of traffic?