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A Free Newspaper for Every Student


Public and private school teachers, as well as parents of homeschoolers, digital learners, and e-schoolers, can request a Hernando Sun newspaper for each of their students free of charge. Teachers can request a newspaper for every student since we encourage them to have the students take the newspapers home after using them in a lesson. We also understand that with the threat of COVID-19 many teachers do not want to reuse newspapers with different classes and we encourage them not to. 

Snowcat Ridge reopens

One day after officials from Pasco County shuttered the attraction for a variety of code violations, the Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park was given permission to reopen under a temporary permit. The Snowcat Alpine Snow Park features a real snow-covered tubing hill, an Alpine Village, and a 10,000-square-foot snow dome. The park opened on Nov. 20.

Newspapers – A Window into the Past

We have now reached December 18, 1941, in our trip to the past. It was a historic month. The Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor just eleven days before and the United States was at war. 

Everyone was behind the effort in big ways, as well as small. For example, a local businessman who volunteered with the Defense Stamp Publicity Sales Program was hosting a movie at the local movie theater.