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Sumterville man's traffic stop yields major drug haul

Daniel Glenn Purvis
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday stopped a Sumterville, Fla., man's vehicle just before 4 a.m. for speeding just in front of the Sheriff's Operations Center.
 
What deputies found was a major drug stash inside the vehicle, weapons and money.
 
The Sheriff's Office said the driver, Daniel Glenn Purvis, 36, was aggravated and not being very cooperative. The deputies called K9 Deputy Indorato and his K9 partner Repo to assist. K9 Repo immediately alerted to the odor of illegal narcotics.
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Weather service issues spring flood outlook

2017 Hydrologic Spring Flood Outlook (National Weather Service)
The National Weather Service on Thursday issued its hydrologic spring flood outlook for West Central and Southwest Florida.
 
Affected counties include Citrus, Levy and Hernando counties.
 
The NWS predicts a low threat for the next several months. In its outlook, the NWS said, "The Florida dry season has lived up to it`s name and then some.

Floral City Community Building changes owners

The Citrus County Commission on Tuesday handed over the keys to the Floral City Community Building and the land it sits on to the Floral City Lions Foundation, Inc.
 
The Lions have leased the building from the county for about 20 years.
 
The property was given outright to the Lions "for the purpose of promoting community interest and welfare." And the vote to approve the giveaway was 5-0 in favor of the action.
 
John Wade, president of the Citrus County Council, was the only member of the public to question to the transaction,
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TOP VIDEO: Developmental Disabilities Awareness

The Citrus County commission has recognized March 2017 as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in Citrus County.
 
Developmental disabilities affect more than seven-million American children, adults and their families; many individuals with developmental disabilities are achieving independence, productivity and integration in their respective communities.
 
The county proclamation adds, "Individuals with developmental disabilities in conjunction with family members, advocacy groups, governmental agencies and service organizations are encouragi

Facing budget pressures, county weighs employee pay options

On the eve of March, Citrus County has begun formulating the Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget, which begins on Oct.
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