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A Ceremony To Remember

At precisely 8:46 a.m. this past Saturday, a ceremony commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 began at VFW Post 10209 in Spring Hill. This time coincided with the time that the first jet crashed into the World Trade Center, commencing the worst attacks on American soil since the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Like that fateful day twenty years ago, the weather was warm and the skies were clear. 

Hernando Beach business wins request for landscape buffer

Commissioners voted 4-1 at the Sep 14, 2021 Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting to partially approve a request by Gordon Wolf to revise the Master Plan of approximately 4.5 acres in Hernando Beach.  The property is located on the west side of Shoal Line Boulevard, approximately 1,600 feet north of Petit Lane at 5000 Calienta Street.  The original 2020 Master Plan stipulated a 6-foot tall opaqu

Tis’ the Season, at Last!

I’ve got to tell you folks, it’s a mighty exciting time for Hernando County’s bowhunters!  We’ve waited all year for the opening day of archery season to roll back around.  Our initial scouting is complete, our plans are made and gear is readied in anticipation for Saturday morning when once again we can take to the field with our quivers and our bows to fetch us home some venison.  Delicious, free-range, organic venison fit to grace the tables of kings and so very welcome on the table of this humble old hunter too.