The burned-out shell of a 1995 van is pictured Friday afternoon after a collision at County Road 240 and State Road 247. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the driver of a 2011 Toyota Camry ran a stop sign and collided with the van, which was then struck head-on by a Ford F-150 pickup. The driver of the van later died.
Mike Williams, public affairs manager for PotashCorp-White Springs, opens the  ribbon-cutting event Thursday for the installlation of three surface pumps in Eagle Lake.
Fort White sisters celebrate after a point during Tuesday's match (DONNY DOINER/Special to the Reporter).
Columbia's Hunter Houston and the rest of the Tigers take the field last week at Apopka. The Tigers travel to Gainesville for Thursday night's season opener (BRENT KUYKENDALL/Special to the Reporter).
Columbia's volleyball team celebrates after Tuesday's win (DONNY JOINER/Special to the Reporter).
Columbia's Ethan Umstead (15) drags Apopka quarterback Demetri Burch to the ground last Friday (BRENT KUYKENDALL/Special to the Reporter).

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The burned-out shell of a 1995 van is pictured Friday afternoon after a collision at County Road 240 and State Road 247. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the driver of a 2011 Toyota Camry ran a stop sign and collided with the van, which was then struck head-on by a Ford F-150 pickup. The driver of the van later died.

Bryan Fritz, working his shift at a nearby S&S store, rushed out of the building with a fire extinguisher when he saw flames erupt from a van that had just been struck twice at the intersection

Mike Williams, public affairs manager for PotashCorp-White Springs, opens the  ribbon-cutting event Thursday for the installlation of three surface pumps in Eagle Lake.

POTASHCORP-WHITE SPRINGS unveiled the first large-scale springs enhancement project in the Suwannee River Water District on Thursday.

A 16-year-old bull rider suffered serious facial injuries Saturday night when his head collided with the head of the bull he was riding during the inaugural Extreme Bulls and Barrels competition at

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Fort White sisters celebrate after a point during Tuesday's match (DONNY DOINER/Special to the Reporter).

When Andrea and Rachael Steedley step onto the court during their volleyball games, all they have to do is look at each other to know what the other is thinking.

Columbia's Hunter Houston and the rest of the Tigers take the field last week at Apopka. The Tigers travel to Gainesville for Thursday night's season opener (BRENT KUYKENDALL/Special to the Reporter).

There's nothing Gainesville wants more than to retake bragging rights from Columbia. The Hurricanes have fallen in every meeting since 2012.

Columbia's volleyball team celebrates after Tuesday's win (DONNY JOINER/Special to the Reporter).

FORT WHITE — It all came down to the final set.

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