Jaw Problems and Solutions

Jaw pain, some people call TMJ, with associated headaches and facial pain are a huge call to action among many of my patients. There are a wide variety of causes, and a few core solutions that in the right combinations can give many people great relief. Here are some of the typical symptoms I see on a regular basis, and a few home health tips a person can use until they can get to the right professional for examination, advice and care instructions:

Help Springstead High Renovate their Athletic Facilities

by Hernando Sun Staff

Due to Hernando County School Board's budget constraints, students at Springstead High School are taking action to find funding for the renovation of their athletic facilities to benefit future students and the community. Students in Tim Plumadore's Sports Marketing Class have created a Go Fund Me page and have spoken with the NFL about grant money for the renovation of their gymnasium. The gym has not seen much updating since it was built in 1980. They also would like to see a new football field built.

One to One Initiative v. Hernando's Digital Classroom Plan

by Hernando Sun Staff

During the October 16, 2014 Town Hall School Board meeting, Walter Paschke, network coordinator for the Technology Information Services department described the technology needs for Hernando County’s schools. They are using aging laptops which are starting to cost as much to maintain as to replace. Their machines are currently 6-7 years old running Windows XP which is no longer supported. The minimum requirements for testing do not support Windows XP.

Detectives Investigate Early Morning Shooting Incident

Hernando County Sheriff's Office

On January 23, 2015, at approximately 2:35 a.m., the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office received a teletype message from the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office regarding a shooting that had occurred in Citrus County. The teletype message requested that Hernando County deputies attempt to locate an individual that may have knowledge of and/or been involved in the

New York Jane Doe of at least 35 years identified as Brooksville teen

Hernando County Sheriff's Office

On 08-14-14, Laurel Nowell, of Apache Junction, Ariz., called the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office to report former classmate and friend, Tammy Jo Alexander W/F DOB 11/02/1963, as missing. Nowell said Alexander, who attended Hernando High School, went missing sometime between 1977 and 1979.

Alexander’s family never reported her as a missing person to any law enforcement agency. Investigators made contact with Sharen Nelson, Alexander’s stepsister, who lives in
Lakeland, and confirmed Alexander was missing and that the family had never reported it to authorities.

WWII ERA B-17 Bomber Visits Brooksville

by Hernando Sun Staff

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) stopped at the Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport this week with their WWII era B-17 G Bomber.

Pilot Lorraine Morris says it’s a heavy plane to fly but it’s a lot of fun. She has been a pilot for United Airlines for 25 years, flys the B-17 for fun and feels honored to do so. When it takes off it is very loud and remains so during the flight. Morris says it costs about $4500/hr to fly it.

Your State Rep (35th District) Now Head of Florida GOP

by Julie Maglio

Blaise Ingoglia was elected by committee members to head the Florida GOP despite Governor Scott’s support of Leslie Dougher who had previously held that position. Ingoglia recently defeated Rose Rocco in the 35th District State Representative race in November of 2014. He has previously served as Vice Chairman of the Florida GOP and Chairman of the Hernando GOP. Back in 2007, he jumped into the political ring with his “Government Gone Wild” Seminars which targeted Hernando County Government and later the State of Florida.