and fellow LCFD firefighters will be collecting for their new charity, with a basket fashioned from a fire hose. (CARL MCKINNEY/Lake City Reporter)
Zimmie Petty, left, and Sheriff Mark Hunter. (COURTESY)
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Fort White running back Brayden Summers tries to escape a tackle against Suwannee last season. (FILE)
Columbia quarterback Jordan Smith winds up to pass against Trinity Christian last season. (FILE)

News Stories

A tropical wave brewing off Florida’s Atlantic Coast could bring about an inch of rain to the area Saturday and into Sunday as it moves northward along the coast, according to a meteorologist.

A man who recently moved to Columbia County from Indiana was killed Thursday morning when he was struck by a vehicle as he crossed U.S. 41 near the weigh station, north of town.

and fellow LCFD firefighters will be collecting for their new charity, with a basket fashioned from a fire hose. (CARL MCKINNEY/Lake City Reporter)

Firefighters won’t be passing around the boot on U.S.

Zimmie Petty, left, and Sheriff Mark Hunter. (COURTESY)

Columbia County Sheriff Mark Hunter recognized a local man Thursday for his support of the Florida Sheriffs Association.

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A local woman allegedly stole more than a grand worth of items from her landlord, who accused her of taking the items to fund a drug habit. 

Sports

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MIAMI GARDENS — Josh Rosen played well enough to tighten the Miami Dolphins' quarterback competition.

Florida Gateway College’s Madison Brugh sends a shot over College of Central Florida’s Suelen Caroline Verde (6) and Barbora Romancova (10) during Thursday night’s match at the Howard Center. (ZACH ABOLVERDI/Lake City Reporter)

Florida Gateway College volleyball coach Richie Tang knew his Lady Timberwolves had their work cut out for them in the season opener against the College of Central Florida.

Fort White running back Brayden Summers tries to escape a tackle against Suwannee last season. (FILE)

FORT WHITE — Multiple knee injuries at quarterback have crippled Fort White’s backfield ahead of tonight’s season opener against rival Suwannee.

Fort White’s Brayden Summers runs up the field in the spring game against Baker County on May 10. (FILE)

FORT WHITE — Five minutes before Tuesday’s practice started, Fort White coach Demetric Jackson received a phone call from Brayden Summers’ grandmother.

The verdict was in.

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