Hernando Sun Staff

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts Competition finalist

Local Hernando County Marine Veteran and retired Hernando County Teacher has been selected as one of thirty finalists in the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts competition. David Harris is a member of the Timber Pines Community veterans group of Spring Hill and Life member of The Spring Hill Marine Corps League Detachment #708. Mr. Harris’ photo was chosen as one of thirty finalists from hundreds of submissions. Photos may be viewed on display at the Museum’s LED screen at the museum in Tampa for ninety days.  


We all stand on common ground when it comes to making bad choices and terrible decisions but this does not have to be the end of our story. Missing the mark is common when we give our emotions the power to guide and lead us and we can make a mess out of things in a hurry. However, there is a huge difference between allowing our mistakes to keep us in the bondage of hopelessness and believing that he can save and deliver us.

What if it is true?

Life is filled with thoughts and ideas. Many spend their time trying to keep busy because they do not want to think about what God expects from them. The strategy is to live in a state of distraction so their conscience will never have the occasion to pause and ponder about the true meaning of life. Everyone is unique and that's what makes life interesting but I was thinking the other day about how many are always on the go and never sit still for a moment unless they are forced to stop.

Bobcats gain momentum with first win against Florida Gateway College

PHSC and Florida Gateway College are the only two colleges that are in their division status (Region 8, Division II).  The advantage of this is that the players can build up fundamental techniques and push their game experience from playing higher division teams

Bobcats have three more games against Florida Gateway College and the team that acquires the most wins will host the tournament game on February 16th.  The winner of that game goes to North Carolina for Regionals.

Funding requested for infrastructure projects that reduce flooding and protect springs

(Brooksville, FL) At the Monday, December 3, 2018 Hernando County Legislative Delegation meeting, the Hernando County Board of County Commissioners requested funding for infrastructure projects that will create and maintain functionally appropriate, sustainable, accessible and high-quality facilities in our community. The delegation included Chairman Representative Blaise Ingoglia, Vice Chairman Representative Ralph Massullo, Jr., M.D. and Senator Wilton Simpson.

The following projects were presented to the delegation for potential funding: