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Sheriff's Office looking for missing adult

Angela Kaye Callihan

The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate Angela Kaye Callihan, age 37.

She is a white female, 5’ 1” tall and weighs 110 lbs.

She has brown hair and brown eyes; however, she was last seen with a shaved head. It is unknown what she was last wearing.

She was last seen in the area of Homosassa on June 20, but was reported missing on Aug. 2. If you have any information as to the location of Angela, please contact Citrus County Sheriff’s Office at 352-726-1121, and ask for Major Crimes.

County breaks ground for CR 491 project

More than 30 people attended the County Road 491 widening project groundbreaking ceremony, including Commissioners Brian Coleman, Jeff Kinnard, Ron Kitchen and Jimmie T. Smith. Also attending were County Administrator Randy Oliver, County staff, community members and representatives from project partners, Pegasus Engineering and Commercial Industrial Corporation. (Aug. 2, 2017)

The Citrus County Commission on Wednesday broke ground for Phase 1 of the Roadway and Regional Stormwater and Utility Improvements Project for County Road 491.

Master of ceremonies was Citrus County Commission Chairman Scott Carnahan, who officiated over ceremonies at the corner of CR491 and State Road 44.

Key Training Center thrift stores honored

Key Training Center logo

July has always been a very busy month for the Key Training Center.

With all the "Run for the Money" activities, there is a lot to get done in a short amount of time. 

Smart Irrigation Month

The Board of County Commissioners; Chairman Scott Carnahan, First Vice-Chairman Ron Kitchen, Second Vice-Chairman Jeff Kinnard, Brian Coleman and Jimmie T. Smith, are pictured with Ken Cheek, director of Citrus County Water Resources and Debra Burden, Citrus County Water Conservation Manager. (July 25, 2017)

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners on July 25 proclaimed July 2017 as Smart Irrigation Month in Citrus County.

Water is a finite resource that is vital to human life and well maintained green spaces are important to the health and well-being of communities and individuals.

Aug. 7 set as Purple Heart Day in Citrus County

The Board of County Commissioners; Chairman Scott Carnahan, First Vice-Chairman Ron Kitchen, Second Vice-Chairman Jeff Kinnard, Brian Coleman and Jimmie T. Smith, are pictured with Left to right, Ralph McClure, "Bud" Allen Commander, not visible in photo Chuck Kanehl Sr. Vice Commander, Curt Ebitz Adjutant, Mike Schlaudraff, Ray Michael past Commander, Richard Hunt Dept FL Commander, Rick Allen Sergeant At Arms, Joe McClister Finance Officer. (July 25, 2017)

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners on July 25 proclaimed Aug. 7 as Purple Heart Day in Citrus County. 

The Purple Heart, originally known as the Military Badge of Merit, was established by the General Orders of General George Washington 235 years ago on August 7, 1782 and is the oldest military decoration in the world in present use.

Secure your utility trailers

Trailer LockCitrus County Detectives have been investigating several reports of stolen utility trailers throughout the county -- 19 to be exact -- since the beginning of the year. 
 
Two of these reports have been cleared by arrests, the Citrus County Sheriff's Office said on Friday. 
 
These incidents are occurring both on the East and West sides of Citrus County. 
 

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