Teresa Feagle, who established the Suwannee River Breast Cancer Awareness Association in 2011, died Friday at Shands UF Health in Gainesville. She was 40 years old (file photo).
  Teresa Feagle was a soft-spoken woman who would nurture others in their time of need, even though she was in a very bad way herself. Her strength, courage and character will live on as her legacy for area cancer victims. Feagle lost her fight... more
Newly promoted Sgt. Murray Smith (left) is pictured with Sheriff Mark Hunter after a recent ceremony at the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office (courtesy photo).
  Columbia County Sheriff’s Office Corporal Murray Smith was recently promoted to the rank of sergeant. Smith, who serves as the CCSO’s public information officer, will retain his current position, according to Sheriff Mark Hunter. He has been with... more
Devin Robinson takes a shot against LSU on Jan. 9 (photo by THOMAS RICKS/Special to the Reporter).
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Jamal Murray put on a show for his very special cheering section. Murray scored a career-high 35 points, and No. 20 Kentucky beat Florida 80-61 on Saturday. Murray, a freshman guard from Canada, said having his parents in the stands... more
Fort White pitcher Wesley Blakely had four strikeouts to lead Fort White to a 9-0 win over Hamilton County Friday night (file photo).
LIVE OAK — The Indians closed out preseason ball in fashion, earning their first taste of victory this season. After falling 13-0 to Suwannee on Tuesday, Fort White bounced back and had a six-run sixth inning en route to a 9-0 win over Hamilton... more
Fort White’s DJ Jackson guards Hawthorne’s Nick Baskin during Friday’s District 6-1A semifinal at Newberry High (photo by CHRISTINA FEAGIN/Special to the Reporter).
NEWBERRY — Detron Green asserted Hawthorne’s dominance with a steal and dunk on a fast break late in the first quarter. It was just two of many points the Hornets would score against the Indians. It was also one of many turnovers committed by Fort... more
Fort White’s Kacey Carter (third from left) placed second in the unlimited weight class at the Class 1A state meet in Kissimmee on Friday (COURTESY PHOTO).
KISSIMMEE — They had been here before, just one year earlier, so they knew what to expect. It was the second trip to the state meet for Fort White’s Kacey Carter and Tyrah Jackson. Last year was a learning experience. This year they hoped to make... more
Teresa Feagle, who established the Suwannee River Breast Cancer Awareness Association in 2011, died Friday at Shands UF Health in Gainesville. She was 40 years old (file photo).
Newly promoted Sgt. Murray Smith (left) is pictured with Sheriff Mark Hunter after a recent ceremony at the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office (courtesy photo).
Devin Robinson takes a shot against LSU on Jan. 9 (photo by THOMAS RICKS/Special to the Reporter).
Fort White pitcher Wesley Blakely had four strikeouts to lead Fort White to a 9-0 win over Hamilton County Friday night (file photo).
Fort White’s DJ Jackson guards Hawthorne’s Nick Baskin during Friday’s District 6-1A semifinal at Newberry High (photo by CHRISTINA FEAGIN/Special to the Reporter).
Fort White’s Kacey Carter (third from left) placed second in the unlimited weight class at the Class 1A state meet in Kissimmee on Friday (COURTESY PHOTO).

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Devin Robinson takes a shot against LSU on Jan. 9 (photo by THOMAS RICKS/Special to the Reporter).

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Jamal Murray put on a show for his very special cheering section.

Murray scored a career-high 35 points, and No. 20 Kentucky beat Florida 80-61 on Saturday.

Fort White pitcher Wesley Blakely had four strikeouts to lead Fort White to a 9-0 win over Hamilton County Friday night (file photo).

LIVE OAK — The Indians closed out preseason ball in fashion, earning their first taste of victory this season.

Fort White’s DJ Jackson guards Hawthorne’s Nick Baskin during Friday’s District 6-1A semifinal at Newberry High (photo by CHRISTINA FEAGIN/Special to the Reporter).

NEWBERRY — Detron Green asserted Hawthorne’s dominance with a steal and dunk on a fast break late in the first quarter.

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