Get to know us: Julie B. Maglio

Julie and her son Max on a hike

Julie B. Maglio is not just the editor of the Hernando Sun. She also owns and publishes the paper. She has learned the newspaper business on the job and is becoming very knowledgeable on full truck ads, above the fold, and all things related to the business.

Julie is from a family of artists and is pretty accomplished as a large oils and mixed media painter. Her artistic talents were displayed in some of the earlier papers in the form of cartoons, but currently are only displayed in portions of the layout and some of the ads.

Games to watch for this week: Hernando County Boys Basketball

By Andy Villamarzo

Hernando Sun sports writer 

Now with the district tournaments around the area coming up, the high school sports scene continues as basketball begins to sit center stage. Below are a few games we think are the matchups to watch for this week in Hernando County for high school basketball on the boys end. 

Selecting Coach, Offensive, Defensive Players of the Year in Football

Though the last time a prep football team stepped onto the field was back in November 2019, there’s still some debate on who was the coach and players of the year. Here at the Hernando Sun, we covered Central, Hernando, Nature Coast, Springstead, and Weeki Wachee all season long.  We also covered Hernando Christian Academy’s six-man football. Hernando County saw two teams advance into the Florida High School Athletic Association playoffs and those clubs had some of the top players in the county.