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Title: The Lake City reporter
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School board agrees on new Niblack Elementary addition


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Wednesday, Octo e- lLr


Vol. I 35, No. 233 a 75 cents


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Reports state
guaccidlentall
diScharged.
By TONY BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter. com
FORT WHITE -- A Fort
White man was seriously
injured in a hunting acci-
dent Monday, when he
~-was shot by his hunting
briddy's rifle, according to
~"police reports.
Gary Ray Stine, no age
given, was shot in the


left shoulder area in the
mishap, the victim of an
apparent accidentat~shoot-
ing. The incident occurred
5:26. p.m. Monday near a
Coyote Circle address in
Fort W~hite. .
According to Columbia
County Sheriff's Office
reports, a deputy respond-
ed to a call about. a ~per-
son who had been shot,
and when he arrived at the
Coyote Circle address, he
found Stine laying on the
kitchen floor.
"'Mr. Stine was conscious


and covered in blood,"
Cpl. Eaan SilcoB reported.
"His left arm was severely
injured and he stated that
he had been accidentally
shot by a rifle that his
buddyllad been carrying."
Stine's friend, later
identified as Joseph Alan
Barnes, told authorities
he and Stine were hunt-
ing deer on their property
and after not shooting any,
they were returning to the
house.
He said they were walk-
ing side-by-side, with Stine


on the left, as he was car-
.rying a shotgun in his
hands and a rifle slung' on
his back with the muzzle
pointing upward to the left.
Stine was carrying a hunt-
ihg bow.
He told authorities as
they were walking along,
the sling on the rifle discon-
nected and the rifle fell to
the ground, and when the
stock struck the ground,
"the rifle discharged, with
a round hitting Stine in the
SHOOTING continued on 3A


2 injured in evening crash
Two motorists were injured in a Tuesday night crash
involving a van and a semi-truck. The wreck, which occurred '
around 7:40 p.m. near the 432 mile marker on Interstate 75,
delayed traffic for more than an hour as two of the three lanes
were closed. No further information was available at press time.



Report: Assistant

state attorney

relieved of duties


Sedor had served
as head.of Lake
City odce.
By TONY~ BRITT
tbritt@lakecityreporter.com
K~imSedor, who was head-
ing the ~Third Judicial State
Attorney's Office in Lake
City, is rio longer employed
as an assistant state attor-
ney with the agency follow-
ing a personnel decision
by State: Attorney Robert
"Skip" Jarvis.
According to Jarvis, on
Oct. 8, he and Sedor agreed
it would be~ best for her
to end her. employment at
the agency,~ citing unprofes-
sional behavior as the rea-


son: Sedor had been work-
ing at the state; attorney's
office for about seven years.
Jarvis inherited her as part
of his staff following the last
election,.
"'Effective 5 p.m. this
date (Oct. 8), K~im Sedor's
appointment as an assis-
tant state attorney will
end," Jarvis wrote in an
.inter-office memo to Bobby
Case, the executive direc-
tor of the State Attorritey's
Office in Live Oak.
At 5 p.m. Thursday, Jarvis
senit out an e-mail to his staff
notifying .them that Sedor
had left the staff. Roberta
Getzan is now in charge of
the Lake City Office.
ATTORNEY continued on 3A


Mike ~Belle. the district aide to representative Debbie Boyd (Newberry-D), speaks at a Columbia County Historical Society
quarterly- meeting Tuesday night at the Columbia County Publii6 Library.


Boy aide:'I wan to.1ive history'


COITmliSSIOn still
lOOking for water
SUDDlier.
By TONY BRITT
thritt@lakecityreporter. com
The' Columbia County
Utility Committee .is mov-
ing forward with its plans
to provide the Ellisville area
with water,
During the board's meet-
ing Tuesday morning,
board members provision-
ally accepted a low bid to
install the distribution lines
portion of the Ellisville


Utility on the southside
of Interstate 75, as well. as
provisionally awarding the-
low bid for constructing the
distribution facility for the
utility on the northside of
Interstate 75.
The distribution lines will
carry the water from the
source -to where it will be
consumed.
However, despite mov-
ing forward with the bid
awards, officials spent a sig-
nificant amount of time at
the meeting attempting to
determine who would pro-
WATER continued on2 3A


By ANTONIA RDBINSON
arobinson@lakecityreporter. com
American history is some-
Sthinig Mike Belle loves.
"Nothing dompares to
history," he said. "It's the
best story I've ever read."
Belle, 28, spoke of his
passion for history and also
politics at the Columbia
County Historical Society
Quarterly meeting Tuesday.
Belle has been' the dis-
trict aide to Florida House
of Representatives Dist. 11
State Rep. Debbie Boyd
(DINewberr y) for seven


months. He is working on
his master's in lIolitical sci-
ence at the Universityl of
Florida.
His interest has never
been to just read history,
he said.
"I want to live history and
make history," Belle said.
One 'step in making
history was~ runnirig ~for
Gainesviille Mayor in 2004.
While, participating in
the political'process, Belle
began to reflect on the work
of the Americaan .found-
ing fathers, he said. They
worked to create a society


that aspired toward some-
thing greater than slaugh-
tering one another.
The Constitution helped
to "anchor a strong nation
among nat ons," he said.
The most important part
of the political process and
history is' t-alking about it,
Belle said. Politics is the
dialogue of history.
"There is no one version
of history," he said. "The
way we talk about it is a
mix of what we.care about
or what is most important
or a priority."
Belle was asked to speak to


the historical society because
of his enthusiasm and ener-
gy, said SeanrMcMahon,
historical society president.
Passion for politics and his-
tpry is important.
"You've got to have pas-
sion for both to bhe a good,
informed citizen," he said.
TIhe Columbia County
Historical Soiciety is a non-
profit organization. It aims
to promote the awareness
and enjoyment of thle his-
torical legacy of Columbia
County. .
The next hiistorical society
meeting is set for Jan. 19.


Teachers, school
perSOnnel addresS
:.Insurance rateS.

By TROY ROBERTs
troberts@lakecityreporter. com
The Columbia County
School Board approved the
beginnings of the project
that would see an expan-


sion at Niblack Elementary
School, and also heard from
school district personnel
addressing rising insurance
costs.
The board heard from
and approved an agree-
ment with Craig Salley and
Associates for a new admin-
istration suite that will be
constructed at the elemen-
tary school. While nothing


has been designed as of yet,
Salley said the idea is for the
suite to be approximately
3,500 square-feet and cost
approximately $400,000.
He said it would be located
adjacent to and south of the
current: media' center, and
would serve as the school's
new front entrance.
This construction is part
of the school board's five-


year work plan, and would
fall in line following the
completion of the final addi-
tions of Fort White Middle
School. The construction
documents for the sec-
ond phase of FiWMS were
approved Tuesday night,
and t~he construction should
go oult to bids soon,
Board members also
heard from numerous


school teachers, student
care attendants, bus drivers
and other school personnel
regarding increasing health
care rates, ahead of the
board's scheduled execu-
tive session Tuesday. More
than a half dozeir school
personnel spoke during
the meeting and addressed
the insurance rates, which
could significantly increase


in the coming months,
and asked foi more time
to study possible ways to
lower rates.
"Thnis is going to hurt a lot
of us," said Columbia High
teacher Wendy Cousino,
one of those who spoke.
The board alsq:
received a donation of
SCHOOL continuMed on 3A


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"'For I know the plans I have for
you,' declares the L~ord,'plans
to prosper you and not to harm
you, plans to givre.you hope and a
futu re.' "
Jeremiah 29:11

Thought for Today
"To think is to speak low.To speak
is to think aloud."
F. Max Mueller,
German philologist (1823-1 900)


CORRECTION

The Lake City Reporter colrrcts errors 'of fact in news
items. If you have a concern, questiion or suggestion, please
call the executive' editor. Corrections and clarifications will rn
in this space. And thanks for reading.


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2A LAKE CITY REPORTER DAILY BRIEFING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2009


Page Editor: Jason M. Walker, 754-0430


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'.. Monday:
5-6-11-25-35


H Former Surgeon General
C. Everett Koop is 93.
M Actor Roger Moore is 82.
Classical pianist Gary
Graffman is 81.
Fashion designer Ralph
Lauren is 70.
M Singer Sir Cliff Richard is
69.
Actor Udo K er is 65.


Actor Harry Anderson is
57.
M Actor Greg Evigan is 56.
TV perSonality Arleen
Sorkin is 53.
Golf Hall of Famer Beth
Daniel is 53.
Singer Karyn White is 44.
Singer Usher is 31.
ii Actor Jordan Brower is 28.


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Afternoon: 8-8-2
Evening: 3-5-8


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Afternoon: 5-2-0-9
Evening: 2-1-7-9


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Wlillie Nelson contest winners
The final two winners of the thke City Reporter's Willie Nelson trivia contest were announced Tuesday. (LEFT) DonaldI and Suzie Mong were presented two tickets by Lake. City Reporter
Advertising Director Lynda Strickland (right) for this weekend's show. ~(RIGHT)~ Mary Wildes, presented tickets by Lake City Reporter Publisher Todd W~ilson, also won two tickets for the
Nelson show. Nelson will perform Saturday at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park.


WATER: Rate study requested


ATTORNEYR Incident occurred Sept. 28
;Continuedl From Page 1A '


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LAKE CITY REPORTER LOCAL & STATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2009


Page Editor: Troy Roberts, 754-0427


Continued From Page 1A
left arm and knocking him
to the ground. ,
After seeing. the injury
Barpes ran to Stine's house
and instructed Stine's girl-
friend to call for emergen-
cy help.
13arnes he returned
to Stine and placed a


tourniquet on his arm.
They later helped Stine
to the house to wait on
emergency crews. ..
Stines was airlifted
to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville for medical
treatment.
Officers reported that


witness' statements and
the evidence ait the scene
\ere consistent.
Officials later concluded
Stine's injury~ was caused
by an accidentii discharge
of the gun and that no foul
play was involved, reports
say.


From staff reports

Country music legend
Willie Nelson is headlin-
ing the first Down on the
Suwannee Music FeStival at
Spirit of the Suwannee, and
is set to perform Satursday
night ..
The Down on the

i twake pas Fridae adv
Saturday. Gates open at
5 p.m. Friday with James
~Otto, Josh Thompson
and Mike Mullis and his
band S WhooWhee set to
perform.
On Saturday, gates open
at noon with performances
beginning at2 p.m. by David
Cooler, Mercy Mountain
Boys, Big Kenny, Nelson
and a mystery guest.
Nelson's'numerous coun-
try music songs include
"Crazy," "Just Got Starfed
Loving You," and "Mamas
Don't Let Your Babies Grow
Up To Be Cowboys"
Tickets ar~e on sale at
the SOSMP by calling (386)
364-1683 oi- visit wwwu.
musicliveshere.com. Tickets
can also be purchased at
Ticketmaster.com or by
calling (800)745-3000.
Weekend general admis-
sion is $82 in advance
and $90 at the gate and
mi"Scdaesradn ssio ndam
general admission is $66.65


Continued From Page 1A
vide the potable water for
the utility.
The groundwater stor-
age tank officials hoped to
vote on was held in abey-
ance, pending a rate study
from City of Lake City offi-
cials. '
"'We wish to do a compar-
ison between buying water
from the city in contrast to
producing our own," said
Columbia county y manager
Dale Williams.
"We're going to run
those cost analysis to make
sure we're doing what's in
the end-user's best inter-
e'st," he said.
Williams said the water
supply side of the Ellisville
UTtility is in question.
"We can build our own
wells and produce our own


discount would probably
be less than expected,
The county is seeking
wholesale rate (govern-
mental rate) on purchasing
the water from the city. The
talks with the city' began in
2007.
"Based on the last pro-
posal fromi the city, -the
;county 'rejected it and"
decided to build it's own
supply," Williams said.
"Since that period of time
there's a new administra-
tion in the city and new
administration in the coun-

"The new administration
came in, familiarized them-
selves with project and
said they wanted to revisit
it to make sure we're not
missing an opportunity."


water or we can buy water
from the city which has
plenty of capacity," he said.
'"What we're discussing is
which one will result in
the least costly bill for the
.end-user.
"That's what we're lack-
ing," he said. "~We don't
know that."
County officials wanted
to know ,whether the city
could put a meter near the
Oasis Bar and run water to
the Ellisville area or have
some other scenario where
the cityr could provide the
water. .
City officials told :com-
mittee members the rate
study should be completed
within the next few days,
however; they warned
county ~officials that the


Willie Nelson is set to perform at the Down on the Suwannee
Music Frestival~ on Saturday, at~ Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Park. Tickets are still on sale.


in advance and $75 at -the
gate.
VIP `weekend admis-
sion is $155.40 in advance
and $175 at the gate. This
iricludes special show seat-
ing area, one meal Saturdayr,
redue bb er ges and free
VIP Saturday only is


$118.30 in advance and
$140 at the gate. It includes
special show seating area,
one meal Saturday, reduced
beverages and free parking
Saturday.
For more information~
about thisoev nt call (38s6

cliveshere.com.


'that Sedor's comments and
behavior were inappropri-
ate and offensive. to. him.
The deputy's written com-
plaint accuses Sedor of mak-
i~ng an inappropriate and
crude reniark, then it says
she allegedly got up ~from
her seat, placed her arms
around him with "her chest"
on his shoulder and kissed
hiro on top of his head.
Jarvis said he heard
vague information about
the alleged incident and
later asked that Colunexbia
County Sheriff Mark
Hunter look into the matter
and provide him with the
specifics.


Sheriff's office reports
say Hunter met with the
deputy, his supervisors
'and Jarvis on Oct. 5, where
Jarvis was given the written
complaiint so that as Sedor's
employer, he could conduct
his own investigation into
the matter.
After reading the three
statements from witness-
es, in the room where the
incident occurred, Jarvis
wrote, "I apologized to him
(the deputy) and to Sheriff
Huniter, advising them I
would handle the matter.".
Three days later Jarvis
and Sedor reached their
employment agreement.


The employment agree-
ment betwee'Ip Jarvis and
Sedor was reached follow-
ing an incident on Sept.
28 when -a male Columbia
County Sheriff's Office dep-
uty notified his supervisors
that he~ was offended by
Sedor's behavior,
According to information
from the Columbia C~ounty
Sheriff's Office, the report
indicates thie deputy was in
a meeting with a co-worker,
a civilian and Sedor at the
--Columbia County Sheriff's
'.~ Office on Sept. 22 when
the incident occurred. In
:the deputy's verbal and
written complaint~, he said


$1,000 fromVerizoxi Wireless
~to the Columbia County
Public Schools Foundation,
Inc. The funds will go toward
the purchase of Accelerator
books and tests.
received a donation of
$2,995 from the Fort White


High School Quarterback
Club for equipment pur-
chases.
received a grant from
Target to Columhbia City
Elementary School in
the amount of $5,19~ to be:
used for books~ and materials.


SHtOOTNGu: No foul play involved


W~ilie Nelson to headline 'Down

On the Suwannee' Saturday show


WNreck on
U.S. 90

Lake City Polic

Department Lt. Joe ..
Moody inspects
damage to a Toyota
Camry involved in a
collision with a Lexus
on U.S. Highway~
90, near the Florida
Highway Patrol station,
Tuesday afternoon.


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for .the past four years after -
moving here from Crestview,
Florida. He was a member
of .Elim Baptist Church, the
Wellborn Masonic Lodge ll3
(F&AM), Scottish Rites Orlando
Vallej, the Morocco Temple,
Jacksonville, FL, .York Rites,
Jacksonville, FL., and Memorial
Lodge # 9 (F&AMI~). He is.
survived by his wife of 57 years
of marriage, Virginia Johnson of
Ft. White, FL.; two sons, Ro'nald
(Linda) Johnson of Jaicksonville,
FL., James D. Johnson of
Gainesvillei FL; offe daughtter,
Rhonda~ Johnson of Milton,
FL.; two sisters, Joyce Deaux of


great grandchildren also survive.
Funeral Services for Mr. Johnson '
will be conducted Friday October
1, 2009 at 2 00 PM. ve nlm
Charles Knight, officiating.
Visitation with the family will
be held Thursday October 15,
2009 from 5-7 P.M. at the funeral
home. Interment will follow in
Elim Baptist Church Cemetery.
GATEWAY-FOREST LAWN
FUNERAL HOME is in
charge of arrangements. 3596
U.S. Hwy. 441 South, Lake
City, Fl. 32056. (386) 752-
1954. Please sign guess book
at wwwo.gatewayfo ~stlawn. com,


Dewitt R. "Jay" Murray
Dewitt R. "Jay" Murray, 62,
of Lake City, died late Sunday
evening, October 11, 2009 in
the Avalon Healthcare & Rehab
Center following an extended
illness. A native and life long
resident of Columbia County Mr-
Murray was the son of the late
Leroy & Beulah Davis Murray.
Mi. Murray was a member
of the Columbia High School
gradiuating class of 1965. He
worked as a heavy equipment
operator until his ill health forced
'him to retire. Mr,Murray was an
avid hunter and enjoyed fishing.
'He was a member of the Lake



Murray ;(Missy); Tracy 191urray
Nettles.(Mike); his former wife
and mother of his chiildren,
R larMiurray; his gr i tr, Fy
Blake Murray; Shayla~ Nettles,~
Dylan Murray, Avery Nettles,
Shayna Fisher and Jacob Fisher;
a niece, Leslie Peeler Graham
and a nephew, Justin Peeler'
all of Lake City. His beloved
cousin anld best fi'iend, James
"Doodle" Parnell and cousins,
Charlie Parnell, Sara Parnell,.
Beadle Dicks,' Katie .Greene
and Gail Johns also survive.
Funeral services for Mr.


Murray will be conducted at:
2:00 P.M., Thursday, October
15, 2009 in~ the chapel of the'
Dees-Parrish Family Funeral
Home with Rev. Randy Ogburn
officiating. Interment will follow
in Memorial Cemetery. The
family will receive friends from
5-7:00 Wednesday evening at the
funeral home. Arrangements are.
under the direction of DEES-
PARRIISHFAMILYFUNERAL
HOME, 458 S. Marion Ave.,
Lake City, FL 3'2025. (75i-
1234 or 752-221~1) Please, sign
'the oin-liie family guestbook at
parrishfamilyfuneralhobme. com

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Randall Keith "Randy"
.Burle
Randall Keith "Randy" Burks,
51 of High Springs, passed away
;Saturday, October 10, 2009 at
Haven Hospice. Randy was
a loving husband, father, and
'grandfather. Randy edjioyed
.spending time with his .family
and friends, drawing, and
painting. Randy was preceded
in death by his parents, Jack and
Ruth Burks of Lake City. Randy
is survived by his wife Joyce~ of
High Springs, datighter Chrissy
of~jainesville, sonAustin ofHigh
Springs and daughter Carmen of
SOcala. Two brothers, Jack Burks



to Haven Hospice, 6037 West US
Hwq 90, Lake City, FL 32055 in
memory of Randall Keith Burks.

Alton B. Johnson Jr.
Mr. Alton B. Johnson Jr., 75, of
Ft. White died~ Sunday, October
11, 2009 at the V.A. Medical
Center in Lake City. He was
born in Milton, Florida. and is
the son of thie late Alton B. Sr.
and Montiel Elizabeth Samuels
Johnson. He is preceded in
death by two, tirothers, Robert
C. Johnson and Jamnes David
Acosta. He had lived in Ft. White


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Wednesday, October I4, 2009


Columbia High
S scheduled East
Ridge for Friday.
By BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter. com -
It was scheduled to be a
bye week for' the Columbia
High Tigers at the begin-
ning of the year, but it will
tur-n into one of their stiff-
est competitors as the East
Ridge Knights come into
Tiger Stadium at 7:30 Ip.m.
on Friday.
The 'Knights bring-a
4-1 record in 6A competi-


twins open. Defensively,
they'll run an odd ~3-4 base
defense. They like to play
base football. There's lots
of teams with 20 pages of
formations. They're not one
of them.` They get lots of
reps doing the same thing.
It's unique. It's refreshing
in this day and age when
everyone wants to throw
everything at you."
Columbia is one of those
teams that like to throw a lot
of looks at you. Last week,
the Tigers began' with the
passing -game and ended
TIGERS continued on 2B


tion to: Lake City with an
offense that is closing in
on 2,000 yards this season.
East Ridge has 1,091 pass-
ing yards and 815 rushing
yards .through five games.
The Knights are averaging
281 yards per game under
coach Bud O'Hara.
'"They're going to be one
of the most fundamental-
ly sound' teams we playy,"
Columbia coach Craig
Howard said. "You "can tell
when you're going to play a
well-coached team. They're
not exotic. They run a lone
formation. They'll have split
backs under center and


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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Columbia High's Adrian Hill (1) looks for a block as Bernard
McNeil (28)~ runs toward the sideline in a game played earlier
this season.


Lady Tigers fall to
Fleming Island in
four-set match.

By' BRANDON FINLEY
bfinley@lakecityreporter. com
Columbia High opened
up with an opening first
set win, 25-14, at home on
Tuesday. Fleming Island
High bounced back to win
the match.
The Lady Eagles trailed
in the second set until
22-21, where they took th~e
lead and won the set 25-22.
The. Lady Eagles carried the
momentum into the third
set and won 25-21.
Columbia battled back in
the fourth and led most of
the way, but Fleming' Island
was too strong in the end.
The Lady Eagles closed
the match out with a 25-20
victory in the fourth set.
`"We had a big lead in
game two, but couldn't
'close it out," coach Casie
McCallister said. "Wte just
can't let a team like that
get' back .into the game.
Thypaed really ag es
closing.
~ristina Wilson led the
Lady Tigers with 10 service
points.~ Alexis Norris had
nn service ~poin s in te

mTay1o Mese led
Colum ia in eils sand
blocks. She had 14 kills and
eight blocks in the contest.
Da'Brea Hill had 10 kills
and Norris had seven kills.
;~The Lady Tigers fall to
8-5 during the regular sea-
son. The loss was the ~first '
non-toulrnament defeat to a
district opponent.
The~ junior varsity team
won in straight sets. 25-'l5,
2514. The win improves the
Lady Tigers' junior varsity
team to 6-5 on the season.


number one seed.

By TINI1 KIRBY
tkirby@lakecityreporter. com.
.FORT WHITE Fort
White High could not slow
down Santa Fe High's
march to the No. 1 seed in
District 5-3A.
The Raiders beatthe Lady
Indians 25-16, 2523, 25-12
in Fort White on Tuesday.
Fort White fell to 6-11
overallan~d~ 4-3 mi district
pilay. -Santa Fe is 12-9 overall
and wrapped up the regular-
season district title-at 8-0.
The Indians were close
in the` frst set, trailing
15-13` when Santa Fe's
Shelby Buxton reeled off
seven service points.
The second set: was the
back-breaker.
Neither team scored
more than two consecutive
points well intb the set as
Santa Fe led` 19-17.' Colee
Rendek brought her brand~
of hard serves and the Lady
pIndiiamo~rrn1e 9f d.ree
Santa Fe tied it with a side
out and added. two service
~points. When Fort White-
broke .back, .it was 22-21
for Santa Fe. Er~ica Rossell
served for two points, but
the Lady Indians were
called for a net infraction to
lose the next point and the
serve. Santa Fe scored two
quick points for the win.
Two service points by
Sarah Resta to open the
third set was the th~ost the
Lady Indians had left.
"We were over that humip
in the second game,"! Fort
White head coach Doug
Wohlstein said. "We had
chances numerous times,
INDIANS continued on 2B


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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Columibia Hi h's Beth Williams (11) goes up for the kill in a game' played earlier this season-


CHJ-S boys, ~girlS
S lit matcheS
againSt BuchholZ.
From staff reports

Columbia High fell to 6-9
following a loss to Buchholz
High on Tuesday, but
Shayne Barber added to his
medalist collection with a
4-under-par round.
The Tigers fell to the
Bobcats with a respect-
able 164 in the match, but
Buchholz shot one-over as
a team to finish with a 145
during the round.
Three Bobcats golfers


turned in even-par rounds
with the fourth golfer
shooting one over. Barber,
however, claimed medalist
honors for the Tigers with a
4-under 32 during the nine-
hole match.
Chad Hunter shot a
1-over 37 for the Tigers,
while Adam Paukune and
Bryce Hawthorne rounded
out Columbia's scores with
46 and 49, respectively.
Buchholz improved to.
26-10 during the season,
while the Tigers fell to
6;9to conclude the season.
Columbia's postseasonl


JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
Columbia High's Shayne Barber tees off on the par-3 first hole of Dunes at Quail Heights
Country Club on Tuesday in a match against Buchholz High in Lake City. Barber turned in the
medalist score of 4-under par.


GOLF continued on 2B


No time for bye


."..1

Gateway Lions
~tryouts Sunday
.The Gateway Lions
Athletic Club is forming
a semi-pro football team
for players 18 years old
and older. Tryouts are
4:30 p.m. on Sundays.
For details, call -
Kerceus Andre at
(386) 697-2224.
GOLF
CCFD Auxiliary
plans tournament
The Columbia County
Fire Department
SAuxiliary has a
four-person scramble golf
tournament planned at
Quail Heights Country
Club on Saturday. Entry




CHS BASEBALL
Dugout Club
selling` tags
The CHS Dugout Club
is selling Tiger tags as
a fundraiserfrom 8 to
8:50 a.m. and noon to
1:40 p.m. Thursday and
Friday at the school. Cost
..is $15 for the Color Tiger
face and $20 for a
personalized tag.
For details, call Lisa
Richardson at 385-4971.
CHS ALUMNNI
Howard to speak
at luncheon
Columbia High head
Coach Craig Howard will
speak at the 6th Annual
Sports Luncheon for
Columnbia Hiigh alumni
and fans, 11:30 a.m.
Thursday at Tucker's
Fine Dining. Cost of $10
includes tax and tip. .
Reservations are
appreciated. Call Ray
Kirkland at 752-3148.

'Senior parents
mggting planned
A final meeting to
discuss homecoming
(Oct. 30) is 6 p~m. Oct. 20
in the Columnbia Counb.
School Board auditorium.
For details, call Tonita
Orr at 755-8080.

a From staff reports




Today .
MColumbia High girls
golf vs. Santa: Fe High at
Turkey Creek, 4:15 p.m.
SFort White volley-
ball at Oak' Hall ,School
6 p.m. (JV-5)
H Columbia High JV
football at Gainesville
,. High, 7 p rsday
SColumbia High boys
goffbna sen- eam ac
Club, noon~
M ~Columbia High
swimming vs. Ridgeview
High, 4:30 p.m
MI Fort White volley-
ball vs. Newberry High,
6:30 p.m. (JV-5)
SColum'bia High
freshman ~football at
Santa Fe High, 7 p.m.
SFort White High JV
football at Taylor County
High, 7 p.m.
Friday
MColumbia High
football vs. East Ridge
High, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
aI Columbia High
cross country at Little
Everglades Pre-State


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Page Editor: Tim Kirby, 754-0421


Z'.Southc""'nda 5- 3 2
23. Houstan 4-1' 96 NR
24. Missouri 4-1 90 18
25.Nore Daemeiving votes: A~uburnR 73,
Mississippt 60, Pittsburgh 57, Utah 49,
Wisconsin 37, West Virginia I3. Arkansas
12. Oregon State 8, Stanford 8, Central
Michigan 7, Michigan 2, North Carolina
1, UCLA 1.

Harris Top 25
Time Top 2 te;\ms .in, the .Harris
Interactive College :Football Poll, with
first-place votes in parentheses, records.
total points and previ us ranking:
I;Florida (99). 50 2,831 I
2.Alatiama (13ay .-0 2,6g 3
2Tielxas (2) 5-0. 2,684 2
4.Virginialech 5-1 2,386 6
5. Boise Stte 5-0 2,274 5
6.USC 4-1 2,250 7
7. Ohio State 5- 2,073 8
8. Cincinnati 5- .93
9. LSU 5-1 1,905 4
10 .TCU 5- I,0 10,
12.Mimi 4-1 1,627 12
13. Penn State 5-1 1,371 13 .
14.Oregon 5-1 1.350 15
IS1.OklahomaState `4-1 1,186 14
I .Kans~as '5-0 I,14 I
18. Oklahoma 3-2 883 2(
19. Nebraska 4- I 869 21
20. Georgia Tech 5- I 77 I 22
21.South Florida 5-0 691 24
22South Carolina 5- 4 1N g
24.Auburn 5- I 164 19
25.Notre Dame 4-1 142 NR
Other teams receiving votes: Utah
I 19, Missouri 96, Mississip 94i isiconsin
A~rkansas 32, Michigan 22, Oregon State
21. Idaho 8, Stanford 7, Central Michigan
6, California 4, Connecticut 4, Michigap
state 4.Zmnessee 2, Navy I.

College games
Tod y
Boise St. (5-0) at T lsa (4- 1), 8 p.m.

NFL games
Monday's Game.
Miami 31.N.Y.Jets 17
Sunday's Games
Detroit at Green Bay. I p.m.
N.Y. Giants at New Orleans, I p.m.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh, I p.m.
Houston at Cincinniti, I p.m.
Kansas City at Washington, I p.m.


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Baltimore at Minnesota,. p.m.
Arizonant Seattle, 4:05 p.m.
Phtadlpha at Oaklarxi, 405 p.m.
Tennessee at New England, 4: 15 p.m,
Chicago at Atlanta, 8:20 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 19
Denver at San Diego, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Indianapolis, Miami, Dailas, San
Francisco

GOLF

Golf week

justin TimbePlakeTSOURiers Hospital
.for Children Open
Site: Las Vegas.
Schedule:Thursday-Sunday
Course:TPC Summerlin (7,243 yards,
Par 71).
Purse: $4.2 million. Winner's share:
$7 elev ion: Golf Channel (Thursday-
Sunday, 4-7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.).
On the Net: ht / lww.Og tour.com
Administaff Small Business Classic
Site:The WoodlandsTexas.
Schedule: Friday-Sunda .
Course:TheWoodlands Country Club
(7,0ryrd ,1. par Ion. Winner's share:
$255,000.
Television: Golf Channel (Friday, 7:30-
9:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 1-3 a.m., 7:30-
9:30 p.m.; Monday, I-3 a.m.).
PGAPEUROPEANTOUR
Site:Vilamoura, Portugal.
Schedule: Thursday-Sunday
Course: Oceanico Victoria Golf
Course (7,2 14 .Fds ia ners hae:
$734,75s.
Television: Golf Channel (Thursday-
Sunday, 10 a.m.-1 p~m.)
Net- eeptinlww aimopwcoour.Rom
Milccosukee Championship
site: Miami.
Schedule: Thursdiay-Sunday
Course: Miccosukee Golf and Country
clurse .20oys0 inner's share:

Television: Golf Channel (Thursday,
1:30-4 p.m.; Friday-Sunday, 3-4:30 a.m"
1:30-4 p.m.; Monday, 3-4:30 a.m.).
LPGATOUR
Next event: Hana Bank KOLON
Championship, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, Sky 72
Golf Club, Ocean Course, Incheon, South
Korea.
On the Net- http*//ww.Ipg~com


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12. Iowa 6-0 785 14
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14.Oklahoma State 4-1 676 13
15. Kansas 5-0 640 15
16. Oregon 5-1 620 17
17.Nebraska 4-1 491 22
1s.0klahoma 3-2 447 21
19. Brigham Young 5-I 441 20
20. Georgia Tech 5- I 420 23


Frank Soucinek and Tom
Hiarl are the 2009 Quail
Shoot champions.
The pair qualified for the
shootout with a second-
place finiSh in the Second
Flight.
Results from other
flights:
FiTSt Flight Peter
FranCIS and Richard
Francis, ~first; Dean
Soucinek and Chris Cox,
SeCOnd;
Second Flight -Mal
Henson and Ted Tomlin,


QUAIL HEIGH-I TS
COUNTRaY CLUB
J.D. Dedge

first; Harl and Frank
Soucinek, second; ,
Third Flight Garrett
SOdom and Josh Dubberly,
first; Terry Mick and Gene
Melvin, second;
Fourth Flight Jackie
Ayers and Phelix Chaney,
first; Jerry Perkins and
Randy Heavrin, second.
During Saturday Skins,


Eric Roseke had a hole-in-
one on Dunes No. 1.
Blayne Barber, Terry
Hunter and Todd Car ter
also had one skin each.
Sunday Skins winners
were Blayne Barber, Buddy
Slay, Grady Moore, Jeff
Mowery, Richard Francis,
and Todd Carter, all with
one skin.
Upcommng events:
MFriday, Starke
Firemen's Tournament;
M Oct. 25, Branford
Rotary Tournament.


COUNTRY CLUB
at LAKE CITY
Ed Goff

and continues to build.
Kevin Morton matched
Charlie Timmons' +6 to split
fifSt place in the Sunday
Blitz. Lex McKeithen
and Travis Timmons also
matched scores at +4 to
split third place.
Steve Patterson, Charlie
Timmons and McKeithen
had the winning skins.
The Wednesday
Scramble ended in a tie
for first place when Donald
Roberts, Jason Watts, Steve
Johnson and Herb Biggs
deadlocked with Travis
Timmons, Jerry West and
Dwight Brooks at 6 under
par. .
All holes were birdied
twice,1leaving no chance for
a Scramble Pot winner,
Ed Snow, Jim Stevens,
Dave Bernheim and Dan
Stephens pitched a 3-0 shut-
out over Joe Persons, Stan
Woolbert, Nick Whitehurst
and Mike Spencer in


The L;GA had .a busy
Week with its annual Gator
BOosters Tournament and
a "three club plus. putter"
event.
In Gator play, gross score
WillnerS were Cathy Steen,
Amy Zingarelli and Betty
TelliS.
Net Score winners were
Dot Bird, Sally Hayes and
Marilene Romig.
eTOving that we all carry
too many clubs, -Roberta
Whitaker, Cathy ~Steen,
aind Caroline Stevens each
Shot net ~72 using only~four
clubs. .
Nancy Edgar posted'75
and joined Vel Innis and
Anne Bormolini with a
chip-in.
Richard Francis rode five
birdies to a big +11 win
in the Wednesday Blitz.
Mike McCranie and Steve
PatterSOn tied for second
at +4.
Donald Roberts, Jordan
Hale and Franlcis had
winning birdies while
McCranie rolled in an eagle
jIOr a piece of the action. The
Pot Hole went unclaimed


Match 1 of Good Old Boys
play.
Match 2 required a score-
card regression to break
a 6-6 tie and give Mark
Risk, Carl Wilson and Jim
Bell the nod over Merle
Hibbard, Bobby Simmons
and Carl Jones.
Risk with 33-39-72,
Hibbard with 41-37-78 and
Stephens with 38-41-79 took
medalist honors. Snow's 38
on the front and Jones 38
on the back were nine-hole
winners.
Playing with lighted
golf balls at night had
little effect on scoring as
Tony Kent, Travis Green,
Glenn Williams and Cory
DePratter finished at
6 under par in Moon Golf to
take the gross score win.
The net score wiri
belonged to Greg Lyons,
Brent Lyons, Kyle Hunter
and Dustin Walker. Second
net went to Robert Judkins,
Jerry Fletcher, Jason Bates
and Dennis Shubert.
The Country Club has
open house planned from
3 to 6 p.m. on Sunday.


World Golf Ranking


1a. stewart cink
14 San o'Hair
16. Lucas Glover
1 Camito Villegas
19. Zach John o
20. Retief Goosen
21.lan Poulter
22. Ernie Els
24 oer K r~son
25. Hunter Mahan '
26. Ross Fisher
27. Luke Donald


28.Angel Cabrera
29 Davi T> s
31.YangYong-Eun
3 Rbker lln by
34. Soren Kjeldsen
35. Oliver Wilson
36. Brian Gay
37. Ben Curtis

39)sin Lenard
40. M.AngelJimenez
41. Ryo lshikawa
42;Soren Hansen


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the game on a drive without
a pass. Jamaal Montague
had 143 yards on five
.receptions midway through
the first half, but the Tigers
finished with four runners
dver 50 yards.
"Coach O'Hara is the
opposite of us," Howard
said. "We have three good
backs and we'll let you
see them all at the same
time: We like to throw
everything at you blit the
kitchen sink. We'llrun about
every formation in football,
but it still comes down to
playmakers niaking
plays. We can ~change our
approach from quarter to
quarter. We waint to force


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you .to: defend one thing
before makingg a switch, but
sometimes we don't have
that luxcur y." '
' With Bernard .~McNeil,
Quar-tez Pate and quarte-
back:Camiieron Sweat b~eirg
heavily involved in~the runi-
ning game, the Tigers have
developed- another' weap-
on ~in the bacldeld to go
with rushing~ leader Tiger
:PowMel. :-
"MicNeil waS averaging
10 yards a carry and~is an
extremely hard worker,"
Howard said. "Pate didn't
carry it a lot, but on: the
two game-wvinning drives
carried the ball in key situ-
ations for us. -It sets us up


where a team can't just key
on Tiger. It can give you
fits defensively. Nowyou've
got ~Sireat who can .throw
'and run. I challenged the
guys in our team meeting.
I asked what our identity
was going to be. Are we
going to settle or improve?
We have a chance to be
explosivee"
After Columbia
:gaidied 535' yards of total
odffebse in a 40-28 win
agaiinst the Ridgeview
Panthers on their` way to
improving to 2-0 in District
4-4A play,' the Tigers
could afford .to settle
for ah-gother .offensive~
perfol~rimanc like that.


Kay~cee liaker had five kiils
and Holly Polhill ha~d ~four
kills. . : ~ ;
:~Santa Fe got 10 kills,
eight service points and .
seireir ~digs front 'Cynithia
Stoith, and nixe ,kills, six
bjlocks and two 'digs from n
A~shley' Williams. Tori
Lo~vins had 34 assists and
eight digs.





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;Fort White plays O0ak
:~Hall School ait 6 p.mn..today
,in Gaidiesvrille, and hosts
Newberry High at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday.


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but you have got to finish
the job. We were there at
the start of every single
game. Each game they
turned it up and we didn't
answer." .
Resta had five service
points, 10 kills and 11 digs.
Rossell had six service
points and nine digs. Sairah
Stringfellow had nine digs.



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will begin with .a countY
tournament on Thursday
at Gainesville Country Club
against seven area teams,

Lady Tigers golf

With a medalist perfor-
mance from Brittany Boris,
Columbia's girls golf team
clubbed a victory against
Buchholz on Tuesday. .
The Lady Tigers turned
in a 188 to slice the Lady
Bobcats by five shots with
a 193. Boris led with a 39
during the nine-hole match.
Darian Ste-Marie and Katie
Sweat came in with 48 and
49, respectively.
The Lady Tigers improved
to 9-3 on the season, and play
atl~urkey Creek today against
Santa Fe in Gainesville.


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focused is imperative if
you want to` maintain con-
trol. Dealing with financial,
medical or legal matters
must, be done with preci-
sion. AAA
TAURUS (April 20'
May 20): It's tiine to add a
little fun to your daily rou-
tine. Don't hesitate to be a
little- adventuresonrie .and
make a physical change -to
your appearance. The way
you present yourself can al-
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attract. ***** ~J
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if you want to avoid a sticky
situation brought on by a
partner who isn't too ke~en
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out of proportion. Give a lit-
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way later. **
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July .22): Your no-non-
sense attitude will draw the
attention of those needing
help. It will be well worth
your time and effort and
can ~lead to a. service you
can offer others as well.
Correspondence will lead.
to an .unusual proposal.
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low. through with your
promises. There is always a
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ses'sion with~ something
or someone you ~find fas-
cinating must be.kept in
perspective. Don't go over-
board. Expand on your own
ideas if you want to draw
attention and make things
and people ~come .to you.
AQUARIUS' (Jan. 20-
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cern with money will be
stressful. Consolidate your
debts if you feel you are in
financial disarray. Changes
in your pOsition can be ad-
vantageotis if you promote
something that you have
developed yourself. AAA~
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'your heart rather than say
what's on your mind. Taike
action and let others know
where you stand. Be pre-
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thing that isn't necessary.


when there is so much to
do. Set up meetings or put
an idea together that you
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position or lower your over-
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where you feel you can
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don't varit to miss the firie
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through. tAA
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Nov. 21):. Bring~ on the
charm and let your myste-
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Camila Sarc~hezi 18, (left) paints feathers on the face of Sarah Coriners, ~16,
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JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
The 2009 Fort White High Sihool homecoming court pose for a photograph during the
announcement of the homecoming queen on Friday. Pictured (from left) are L~isa Kirby,
17; homecoming king Cameron Curry-Mays, 18; homecoming queen Ashley Harrell, 17;
Katie Elliott, 17; Colee Rendek, 17; and Brooke Teele, 17.


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fo~rt While High's Montre Cray catches a pass in Friday's home game against Florida High.

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Fort White 30, Newberry 1. :

Suagrine'e 27, Fort White l3

Fort White 21, Union Co. 1~8

N.F. Chr'istian 41, Fort White 14

Florida High 16, Fort Wjihite f4l;

Wk 7 East Gadsden (A) 7:30 p.m.


Wk 10'l Santa Fe (H) 7:30 p.m..


irort Wihite High
football gets a
w~ell-deserved .
rest this w~eek.
F Tlhe Indians
have played a killer
schedule so far in 20)09,
and have stayed alive in "
district play and pulled off
some solid wrins.
For t Wihite shocked
Columbia 11igh by winning
the kickoff classic, 13-12.
In the regular-seabon
opener, Fort ~White trailed .
Madison County High by


twho points mlidway through
~`the fourth quarter before
falling 12-26. a
The Indians rebounded
w~~ith a 30-21 home wcin over
Newberry~ High. but lost
Sa rdad game at Suwannee
High. 27-13.
Fort Wh~ite opened
distriersplay w;ith a 21-18
home win over Union
County' High, then
visited defending Class 1A '
champion North Florida
Christian School. The
Eagles won 41-14.


Fort White faced Florida
Higlfforr homecoming last
week and the Seminoles
held. on for a 16-14 wiin.
SFlorida High and ;
Newberry also were in the
playoffs last y'ear. MaI~dison
and Suwannee are in
higherl classification and
Union Countyr had eight.
wins last year.
At 2-4 and still in
control of a playoffs spot,
the Indians have carried
themselves well.
Time for a rest.


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Mobley's reels in customers by filling a need


By JASON MATTHEW WALKERILake City Reporter
Keith Mobley and Alice Duncan, co-owners of Mobley's Seafood, have operated the Lake City
business since 2007. The store offers a daily variety of fresh seafood choices.


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LAKE BUTLER
280 West Main Street
nexct to Mercantile Bank

496-2878
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seafood that is domestic, not
imported, if we can," Keith
says.
Want something unique,
perhaps a delicacy? Mobley's
can get it for the most selec-
tive seafood enthusiast. From
crab legs to calimari, Florida
lobster tails to conchi meat,
fErog legs and alligator tail
~filets, it's available for the -
consumer.
IKeith says he and Alice
have begun to establish close
relationships with customers
to know exactly what they
want when the seafood item is
available, so if customers want
him to obtain a particular type
of seafood, all they have to
do a Iontat hm .sheyn od
mullet each week for custom-
ers who want a quick treat.
At the cutting sink in the
back room, Keith is a master
'with the filet knifei. After the
scaling scratch is complete, a
couple flicks of the wrist and
a bug-eyed mlullet loses its .
head and changes appearance
from the iced display case to a
Clean fiet ready for cooking.
'You know, this seafood
.business wasn't anything I,
researched," Keith says As he .
couts.t'~We 10 e tod ck an we
opened. There was a need for a
good seafood market in Lake
City. In a couple of years, we
have gone from a trailer to
this. We're fortunate "
With the fish come the
stories. Keith leads off with an
Samiazing confession. "I'm aller-
gic to shellfish. Yep, it's true~.
Haven't eaten shrimp or crab .
legs in about 18 years. I break
~out, swell up. It's severe. My


hands start to swell if I handle
a lot of shrimp.
"I eat fish and oysters OK.
It's the shellfish with a high
concentration of iodine the
ones that pink up when you
cook them that I can't
have."-
Keith says he currently is
undergoing a special medical
treatment to overcome the
aller~gy,.which he has not had
his entire life.
Alice offers her share of
funny stories from the market,
too.
'W~e have people come in
and want us to clean their
stringer of fish," Alice says.
weo telte i' savhateh voa-
tion and the state regulations
won't allow us to do that.
'Another man, who appari
sd hs pie ol om b nd
buy a fewfi strfrom us and
he would stop ts' before we
would clean and filet them
and just a'sk for the whole
fish. Iv/atched him andie he '
took them out to his boat and
put them in hid iive well, then
.went on his way."
Mobley's Seafood adver-
tises regularly in the Lake
Cit~ RIpebrlie and it sp od cts.
say they saw our ad in the.
Lake City Reporter,"l Keith
.says. "Alot or'people ha\e
mentioned our ad in. Currents
magazine, too. D~efii~ifely, :our
ads in the Reportler and in
'Curretnts have brought us cusj-
tomers. The' ads work."
Visit Mobley's Seafood at '
1801 U.S. Highway 441 N.,
Suite 101, or call (386).752-~
9698.


made a career
of protecting his
hometown as a
Lake City Fireeit M be
Department firefighter and
engineer. He's been on duty in
soin~e capacity for 28 years as
a public servanit~and said he
loves his profession.
But he wanted more a
secorid career of his own as a
small bilsiness owner.
He opened Mobley's .
~` Seafood in 2007~, selling an
assortmlent of fresh seafood
from the back of a refriger-
ate~d~trailer on weekends and ;
o~ff days. Business picked
upa ii h sadl mv
brick-and-mlor trv storefront at
the former longtime location
Sof the formerr B&B Seafood
M~ark~et at 1801 UI.S. Highway
441N., Suite 101, Lake ('ity.
M~olley's Seafoocd moved into ,
the location in Mlay 2008. '
Now, Keith and his girl-
friend, Alice Duncan, who iS
r a lieutenant paramedic with
Columbia County Fire &
'. Rescue, operate thje business
-_ si day~s per week. Kerith is a
1980 Columbia High School
gr date Alice is a native of

"WY~e're a famlilybusiness,"
K feith sa!Ys. "Alice's two sons
work here in the store and
.my parents. Alfred and Sylvia .
Mobley, help out when we're
working~ our other jobs." ,
lie~ith says there was a need
for a fr~esh se~afood market in
Lake City and residents have
responded accordingly.
"'We've seen a lot of.the old
B&B Seafood cuistomners come


we deai with and see wilat's in
season and wilat's available," .
Keith says. "What we get
fresh depends on what is in
season, but we always have a
variety." '
Nearly all of the fresh sea-
food offered at the store is
wild caught off Florida.
"Wiie get a lot of our sea-
.food ~from the west coast (of
Florida)," Keith says. "All of
our oysters and shrimp come
fron Apalachicola. Our mullet
comes from a fish house that


back and we have steady traf-
fic," Keith says. "'We try to
) species of fresh fish on hand.
We offer the best in fresh
seafood.'
These include mnullet,
bream, grouper, catfish,
speckled trout, sheephead,
`several varieties of snapper,
croaker, whiting, tilapia, basa,
soft shell crabs, blue crabs
and~ many others. -
"At the first of each week,
we call our fish houses that


fishes ~from Tampa down to
Naples. The biggest portion of
ourgfesh fish come from the
Gulf.
Fresh Florida oysters have
become a big seller in Lake :
City. "'We sell them by the
bushels, pints, gallons, iii just
about any quantity," Keith
says. "We prbidiie them to .
most local restaurants."
Mobley's Seafood also ca ;
ries an assortment of quick-
frozen seafood.
"WNe always try to get


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Sec. 197.241 ES.
Notice is hereby given that the Tar
pon IV, LLC of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a
Tax Deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of,issu-
ance, the description of the' property
and name mn which it was assessed is
as follows:
Certificate Number: 2036
Year of Issuance: 2007
Description of Property: SEC 05
TWN 7S RNG 17 PARCEL NUM-
BER 09908-004 THE S 14 AC OF N
21 AC OF SW '1/4 OF SE 1/4 EX
THE W 654.86 FT. )PARCEL 4)
ORB 859-029
Name in which assessed: NELO
WILLIAMSON
All of said property being in the
County of Columbia, State of Flori-
da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the proper-
ty .described in such certificate will
be' sold to the highest bidder .at the
'Courthouse on Monday the ~19th day
of October, 2009, at 11:00 A M. 1-
P. DEWITT CASON
CLERK OF COURTS
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT;' If you ate a person with
a disability who needs any accom-
utodation in order to participated in
this proceeding, you are exititled,*at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Persons with a
disability who need any accommoda-
Stion to participate should contact the
ADA Coordinator, P.O. Box 1569,
Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428,
withiin two (2) working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
ing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if
you are voice impaired call (800)
955-8770.
04534682
September 23, 30, 2009
October 7, 14, 2009
SALES OF SURPLUS.PROPERTY
The Columbia County School Dis-
trict will be holding a Public Auction
on certain material and equipment
and vehicles that have been declared
surplus property. This public auction
will be held Saturday, October 24'
2009 beginning at 9:00 a.m., at the
Support Services Complex located
off U.S. 441 and CR 25A
All sales are subject to state and 10.
cal sales tax laws. If exempt from
these taxes a sales tax exemption cer-
tificate must be presented at the time
of the sale or you wBl be required to
pay such taxes, "NO EXCEP-
TIONS."
1. All bidders are required to register
prior to the auction. The Auctiotteer
reserves the right.to reject bid of
anyohe who is not a registered brid-
der: .
2` At the time of rale; Ihe b~uler's
naunber and pnce, s .Iln acm .el. ii ar.-
nounced by the- Auctiojneer N*..
chianges*.anpnce or quanuty.v ian bz
made by anyone but the Auctioneer
and at that time only. In any dispute
over price, quantityy, or between bid-
ders, the Auctioneer reserves the
right to settle any and all such dis-
putes and his decision shall be final.
3. Announcements made by the Auc
tioneer on the day of the sa~le take -
precedence over any printed matter >
pe ammigS to hs a ction DES T
DRAWAL OF ITEMS FROM THE
B LE LSTr A SO EIE
THE SCHOOL DISTRICT' R~-
SERVES THE RIGHT TO DO SO.
4. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS: IS,
WHERE IS, WIHUT EXCEP-
TION FOR KNOWN OR UN~-
KNOWN DEFECTS, AND WITH-
OUT ANY GUARANTEES OR
WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED. The item(s) purchased
imec aely becme t ersosi s
The surplus property can be inspect-
ed from 8:00 to 4:00 at the Support
S rcsd Cu lxe sn Otoe 23,
hber 24, 2009. For additional informa-
tion yci:ti nay contact iMs. Tracy
Bramnnon at (386)755-8038 -of Mr.
Bill Elrod at (904)699-7067.. List of
surplus material is available upon re-
.quest. Elrod Auctions, A.B. #1698>
Auctioneer, Bill Elrod,. A.U. 2214
will.conduct auq~tiong Wwiw.elrodauc-
COT mBIA COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD

Director of Purchasmng
04534904
October 7, 14, 2009


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for self-sufficiency clients in
a ten county area.
Special qualifications:
Bondable, 4-yr degree in Social
Service or related field, 4-year
Case Man gment/Job
Deve opment experience
exchange for education.
2-year supervisory experience.
Must have valid driver's License
and valid insurance.
Must be a resident of the SREC,
Inc. service area.

Submit resume to:
Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc., P.O. Box '70,
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386)362-4115 Voice/TDD.
Affirmative Action Employer
Deadline: October 19, 2009
12:00 p.m.

04535008
ARRA-CSBG
Case Manaiger
Columbia County
Responsible for client records,
client assessments, case plans,
and case management for
low-income individuals.

Special Qualifications:'
Bondable, 4-yr degree in social
Service or related field, 2-year
Case Management/Job
Development experience
exchange for education. Must
have valid Florida driver's
license and valid insurance.
Must be a resident of the SREC'
Ic. service area.
Submit Resume to:
Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc., P.O. Box 70,
Live Oak, FL 32064
(386)362-4115 Voice/TDD
Affirmative Action Employer
Deadline: October 19, 2009
12:00 p.m.

04535187
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
SCOLULMBIA COUNTY
Columbia County is accepting
Applications for the part-time
position of information
Specialil III This pojrmon
consulcl of mloderael\ ddficult

general clerical work in'
connection with die operation of
the Columbia County Tourist
Development Office. Clerical
duties require considerable
independence and knowledge of.
the overall operations and
'functions of the office. Mmn.-
reurmentis: High School ~
dpoa/GED; onci year of
experience mn gerferal clerical
on csodm r jewie. A~~t
tyvpe 35 wpm (typmg test results
req,, use computer programs
(MlS Office), and vahrd Fndriv-
er'. License req. Eighteen to
a4.enty hours per week, includ-
ing! some night and/or weekend
hours, 57.50 hourly (no bene-
fitsl TYIPING.TESTS are given
at. Florida Crown One-Stop Ca-
rer rC nterLI3k8e ~iS Hwry n
only. Successful applicant must
pass pre-employment physical
amdu sc ecnmg .aAp H 5po
Resources Office, Board of
County Commrssioners, 135 NE
Hernando Are., Srune 203,
Lake City, FL 32055, or.online
at www .columblacountyfla.com.
(3861 719-2025, TDD (386)~
.758-2139. Desidline for
'.applications: 10/30/09. An
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COORDINATOR OF
GRANT MANAGEMENT;
(GRANT (UNDED)
Design and implement participant
tracking measures. Monitor grant
program evaluation and compliance
with ~funding regulations. Help
produce program reports for .
'College administrators and timding
organiza~tions. Bncltelor's degree or
higher plus 3 years of experience in
programs management. Knowledge
of grant mansagement; data collection
Analysis and reporting; program .
alssslessent; word processing and
sparadsheet sothvare required,
Experience in grant-funded programs
within higher education desired.
Salary: $37,500 annually plus benefits,
Application Deadline: 10/27/09
College application and transcripts
required. All foreign transcripts/degrees
must be submitted with an offcial
Translation and evaluation. Position
details'and application available on the
aveb at:?v41 ww`aeiw~d
In ul'res:
fluman Resources
Lake City Community College
149` SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025


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NOCTICE O3F APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED .
Sec. 197.241 F.S;
Notice is hereby given that the Tar-
pon IV, LLC of the followiiing certifi-
cafe'has flied said certificates folr a
Tax Deed to lie ii lued thereon The
certificate number and year of issui-
ance, the descrition of the property
and name ii; which it was assessed is
as follows:
Certificate Number: 2056
Year fIssuance r00 et:SE 8

TWN 7S RNG 17 PARCEL NUM-
BER. 09956-000 N 1/2 OF SE. 1/4
OF SE 1/4 EX 1 AC OFF E SiDE.
ORB 609-203-204
Name in which, assessed: HELEN
WALLS MCCOY & ERNESTINE
CAMPBELL
All of said property being in the
County of Columbia, State of Flori.
da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed a cridnmsuto lw ,th earo e
be sold to the highest bidder at the
Courthouse on Monday the 19th day
of Ocoe,200, 131:00 A.M.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT; If you are a person with
a disability who needs anly accom-


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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Name in which assessed: ANTHO- modation in order to participate in
THE COLUMBIA COUNTY NY & MARIA CIRIGLIANO this proceeding, you are entitled, at .
SCHOOL BOARD WILL RECEIVE All of said property being in the no cost to you, to the provision of
BIDS FOR THE FOLLOWING: County of Columbitt, State of Flori- certain assistance. Persons with a
PHASE II ADDITIONS da. Unless said certificate shall be re- disability who need any accommoda-
FT. WHITE MIDDLE SCHOOL deemed according to law, the proper- tion to participate should contact the
FT. WHITE, FLORIDA ty described in such certificate will ADA Coordinator, P.O. Box 1569,
ARCHITECT'S PROJECT NO. be sold to the highest bidder .at the Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428,
0915 Courthouse on Monday the 19th day within two (2) working days of your
C.C.S.B BID FILE NO. 3206 of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M. receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
Date & T~ime for Receiving Bids: P. DEWITT CASON ing~impaired call (800) 955-8771; if
2:00 P.1., TUESDAY, NOVEM-. CLERK OF COURTS you are voice impaired call (800)
BER 17, 2009 AMERICANS WITH DISABLI- 955-8770;
Contractor's Prequalification: TIES ~ACT; If you am.a person with
ALL CONTRACTORS WISHING a disability who needs any accom- 04534688
TO BID THIS PROJECT MUST BE modation in order to participate in September 23, 30, 2009
PRE QUALIFIED. NOTE: All con- this proceeding, you are .entitled, at, October 7, 14, 2009
struction personnel who will' be no cost to ~you,- to the provision of NOIEO PLCTO O
working on School Board of Colum- certain assistance. Persons with a NTC FAPIAINFR
bia County property as part bf this disability who need any accommoda- TAX~~ DEED
project are required by Florida law, tion to participate should contact theSe.1721FS
F.S. 1012.32, to meet Level 2 enimi- ADA :Coosdinator, P.O. Box 1569, 'Notice is hereby given that the Bnian
nal background screening require- Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428, or Carmen Hogan of the following
ments. within two (2) working days of yourcetfcehsfldsadericte
Date, Time & Place for Pre-Bid receipt of this notice; if you are hear- for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon-
Conference: ing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if The certificate number and year 'of
~ALL BIDDERS ARE ENCOUR- you. are voice impaired call (800) issuance, the des riptioil of the prop-
.AGED'OIDATTE~ND THE PRE-BID 955-8770. erty and~ name in wyhich~it was as-
CONFERENCE AT FT. WHITE sessed is as follows:.
MID~DLE SCHOOL ADMINISTRA- 04534687 Certificate Number: 2456
TION BUILDING, FT. WHITE, September '(3, 30, 26009, Year of Issuan e: 2002 :SE 00
FLORIDA, TO BE HELD AT 2:00 Octobei 7, 14, 2009 Descrip ion of orperty: S 0
PM.M WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER TWN 00 RNG 00 PARCEL NUM-
28, 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BER 11367-000 NW DIV: BEG NW '
Place;for Receiving Bids: TAX DEED COR, RUN B 70 FT,' S 105' FTW
Columbia County School Board Sec. 197.241 F.S. 70 FT, N 105 FT TO POB.I BLOCK
Administrativep Complex Nonc~e is hereby gluen that the David 48..ORB 398-663
Pu~rchailng Office, Room 233 -2nd. or Ellen Fregle ofl the following cer- Name in which aska~sed: JAMES
Floor. Eass H'lnng tific~lne hs filled aidl rcerificale for a DIXON &t ERMA KIGKJ.IGHTER
!-" We--I Dur al Street Tax Deed to be lissued Ihereon The All of' said :property being in the
Lake CityFlorida 32055 cernin.nle numlber and year or' issu- County of Colismbiri, State of Flori-
Telephone (386) 755-8030 anoe, the description of the property da. Unless said certificate shall be re-
Bid ,Documents .Prepared By: aird name in which it was assessed is deemed according to law, the proper-
CRAIG 'SAL;LEY & ASSOCIATES, as follows: ty described in such certificate will
ARCHITECTS Certificate Number: 1639 be sold to the highest bidder at the
3911 Newberry Road, Suite D Year of Issuance: 2002 Courthouse on Monday the 19th day
Gainesville, FL 32607 Description of Property:. SEC 33 of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M.
(352) 372-8424, FAX (352) 377- TWN 3S RNG 17 PARCEL NUM- P. DEWITTCASON
4945 BER 06793-000 LOT 6 BLOCK 5 CLERK OF COURTS
Bid Documents Available from: GOLF MANOR S/D. ORB 486-25, AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
Please call thq Architect's Office, 639-288, 705-023, 718-647, 748- TIES ACT- If you are person with
352-372-8424, ext. 301, 2170, 784-1589, 785-1930 a disability who needs any accom-
for instructions to acquire bid docu- Name in which assessed: DTB, INC modation in order to participate in
ments. All of said property being in the this proceeding, you are entitled, at
Project Description: County of Columbia, State of Flori- no cost to you, to the provision of
The work includes, but is not limited da. Unless said certficate shall bere- certain assistance. Persons with a
to, the addition of two new Class- deemed according to law, the proper- disability who need any accommoda-
room Buildings at Fort White Middle ty described in such certificate will tion to participate should contact the
School located iri Ft. White, Florida. be sold to the highest bidder at the ADA Coordinator, P.O. Box 1569.
The facility consists of classrooms in Courthouse on Monday the 19th day Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428,
two separate buildings. of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M. within two (2) working days of your
Sitework involves associated storm- P DEWITTCASON receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
water, waste water and potable water CLERK OF COURTS ing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if
pipmngconnected to existing systems AMERICANS WITH DISABLI- you are voice impaired call (800)
on the campus. TIES ACT; If you are a person with 955-8770.
Building construction consists of a disability who needs any accom-
CMU bearing walls with split faced modation in order to participate in 04534686
block veneer wainscot with stucco this proceeding, you are entitled, at September 23, 30, 2009
above the veneer; metal trusses with no cost to you, to the provision of October 7, 14, 2009
Metal decking, rigid insulation and certain assistance. Persons with a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
:standing seam metal riofing: guttei~s disrtibility who need any accommoda- TAX DBED .-
and dow\rnipouts connected to the L. tion to parucipale should contact the Sec. 197.241 F..
isulng jlormwaler asterm. ADA Coordinator. PO Box 1569. Noic isirbygvn htth es
Matecnahs melude carpet. vinyl nile. Lake City, FL 32056, 386-719-7428, na V, LLC of the following certifi-
hard rie floormg In re~stroom-. .alu- wIilin swo i ) working days~ot your care hlvi fled said clfunre'for n
mnintm .4 mdows. hollow~ metal door_ reCaps oft'h's none.4,il. ou alre hear Ta Deed so, be: Issued therton. The
and Irane. aiccusucall tle cedings,. Lngunpasired~call I(L00 955~-J771. it crnlilcate number a~nd earu of lisu.
rpainnedl brlueleinteio~~~~Sur~eral-Jl-Pludrs-^ .VOice -hpai -oB manQ~~ce the dcjine n of dhe propery
cent Lbghung, eu~nrded aluminum 955-3770. and name in which it was assessed is
covered walksa) The HVAC sysi as follows:
lem conjists of AHU's on a7 mezza- :)4534689 ~'~Certificate Number: 2348
nine. c~onnectecd to the exisung clul- Seplember 23, 30. 2009` Year of Issuance: 2007
,led .water. systern; metla ductwork October 7, 141. 2009 Description of Property: SEC 00
-with VAV's. DDC controls, and~ lp- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TWN 00 RNG- 00 PARCEL NUM-
.lated mecharucall / electnc'al equip- 'IADEED BER 11489-000 NW DIV: LOTS 8
ment.. Sec, 19,241 RS. & 9 BLOCK B. ORB 358-530, 747-
::Iates :of Adsertisement: 'October Notice is liereby given that the Vero- 1851 & 861-1631
F4th 21st and 2th:'O~NY na V, LLC of the followmig certifi- Name in which assessed: JESSIE &
FOR TH COLUBIA CUNTY ate has filed said certificate for a BERNICE DIXON


:B ~ 91) R~l"ievNlD ctor of ane h~ecrito ofe poet a nes si ctfcrS h o bre
Purchlsmg : '~'` and itame~in which it was assessed is deemed according to law, the proper-
as'follows: ty described in such certificate wil
04534963 Certificate Number:690 be sold to the highest bidder at the
SOctober 14I, 21, 28. 2009 Yeaur of Issuiance: 2007 Courthouse on Monday the 19th day
NOTIE O ~PLICA ION FOR'Dscription' of Property: SEC 16 of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M.
NOTICE F APPLIATION F R TNlS RNG 16 PARCEL NUM- P.DEWITCASON
TAX DEED B~~ER 03039-0()2 THE S 80 FT OF CLROCUTS
See le? 241 F S ~~~~THE N 205 FT OF E 112 FT OF E AEIASWT IAL-
Nor,,ici hereby~ glien thal the Tar- 1/ I OF SE 1/4 ~OF NW 1/4 OF SE TIES ACT; If you re- a person 19ith '
n[~ Ie Co le Osu d Iiro.~ am i h h a messed: FRANK`A m h ~ d ay

cernficare number and year of issu- Al fsi t e iiteno coit to you, to the protision of
ance. the desecnpnon of Ith property County, of Co om ia, State of Elori- certain assistance. ~P'eisons with `a
.d n emi whih naas ase sd isda. Unless said certificate shall be re- biiy a h cntae
Certlficate Nllmber 102demdaco nrt a 3Tp1 ADA Cpoord nator,..P.O. Box 1569,
le~ar of Issuance- '007 -e2 iold to Ihe highest bidder at the Lake City,~ FL 32056, '386-719'-74 '8.
De- THR N 75 RNG16 PARCE NUM ~ii`of October, 2009, at 11:00 A.M. receipt of this notice; if you ~are hear
BER0411-16 OT 6 LT'IE P. DEWITT` CASON mng unpaired call (800) 955-8771; if
PINE FARMS S/D. ORB 709-816' LR FCUT you are voice, impaured call (800) ~
946-2259. AMERICANS W1Ti DISABLI- 955-8770. i


TIES ACT'; If you are a person wl
a disa~binit) no teor pnacip em-
this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistanCe. Persons with a
disability who need anjF accommoda-
tion to participate should contact the
ADA Coordinator, P.O. Box- 1569,
Lake City, FL.32056; 386-719-7428,
within two (2) working days of your
receipt of thns. notice; if you are hear-
ing impaired call (800) 955-8771; if
you are voice impaired call (800)
955-8770;
04534684 .
September 23. 30, 2009 "
October ". 14. '(009


Spe~n 3,r23, 30, 2009 ~
October 7, 14, 2009
NOTICE TO RO~AD CONTRAC-
TORS COLUM~BIA COUNTY
PROJECT NO. 2009-03 CR 778
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be receivedin the Columbia
County Manager's office,until 1'1:00
A.M. on October 28, 2009, for Co-
lumbia Coulnty Road Project 2009-
03. This office is located on the sec-
ond floor of the Courthouse Annex at
135 NE ~Henisindb Avenue Room
203 Lake City,*Florida 32055. .
This project consists of improving
CR 778 from SIA 2() (US 27) to SR
25 (US 4411), a dlstance oi 3.6 mlles
Scope b8f work Includes reworkmng
Slimerock base with widening, asphal-
tic concrete .leveling and surface,
driveway paying, guardlrail, idid inci_
dental iteins-
The .$id Forms and Construction
Specificatibixs~may be obtained from
the Cotinty Manager's office during
normal working hours. (386) 755-
4100.
The successful bidder will be re-
quired to furnsh the C bunndy M 1 a-
, ilit inaurancero tdno commencing
work.
The Columbia County Commission
reserves the right to reject ainy or all
bids and to add to the contract or de-
lete from the contract to stay within
their funding capabilities.
Signed,
Stephen Bailey, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners
Columbia County, Florida
04535163
October 14, 21, 2009

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LL de 25 yr x.Cert & I
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Lawn & Landscape Service

Custain ~CutS Lawn & Landdcapek.
Customized lawn care, trimming?
sod, design. Comni'1 & Res'd. Lic-
& ins. 386-719-2200 Iv msgo

Services '

Cisatchm Hay s8rvice. Rolled Hty
for i3ale between $15-$30 ea.
Fenci~ng wrork. buih hogging, site
prep,' dump truck work & more. .
Call Chris 386i755-1432/867-6005
DIVORCE, BANKRUPTCY,
RESUMES. '
other coprt approved forms-
386-961-5896.
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NEED HOUSEKEEPER.
Call Ethel
386-303-1496.
SCleaning Done Your Way.

Land ServiceS

Lot Clearn Speil aus Ho

concrete. Also repairs, site storage
bldg, all sizes. State Lic. Contrac-
tor. 386-497-3219. Free Estimates.


Ready to get back in the game?
Let me tell you about an exciting
and fulfilling career opportunity in
real estate sales for the
professionally niinded person.
Send resume to: Chairlie Sparks,
Broker Westfield ~Realty Group
PO Box 3566 Lake City FL 32056
or charlie@charliesparks.com
CNC Lathe/Mill Machinist
Looking for experienced
machmnist. Must be able to
program G-Code proficiently for
L sdes& MMHls. Ap~pNy m pett n
Terr. Lake City Florida.
No Phone interviews
Ac oss fro nAhpor on MS.

n~eeded.
Call 386-755-7677.
only if serious.


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640 Mol'a'leHomes
Land & Home. Owner Financing
on New mobile homes. 40%
equity. Land/Trade In/Cash. Credit
or income does not matter! Serious
Inquires only 3286-362-6306

Singlewides. Del & set-up
on your lot! $19,995.00
Call Bruce 386-362-6306
.~NEW 2010. Doublewide 3+2 '
1)elsO Set-up~wth0A/C skirig &
386-362-6306
New modular home 1200 sf 3 Br
2Ba on 1/2 acre lot (close -in).
Decks, concrete foundation,
driveway, plus new well, septic,
and A/C Final~ Reduction.
$665 month for First Time Bihyers.
With $4000 to 10K down. :
Olyner finance available,
Gary Hamilton @ (386) 758-9824

3/2P HUE ded
.14 houses to choose from

Startming t.$9 9 month
800-622-2832
SRent to Own.
3br on 1l agreof land.
386j-628-1939


650 Mobile Home


1 0 Oopportunities '
239 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 12/21/2009
9/10/2010. Job duties will

peaches, gradmng and packmng
peaches, gendral orchard
mnaintenance, fhum and field
.sanitation, tractor and forklif
cooperact ors. el~ts prov d
at no cost. Free housing provide
for rion-commuting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
conipletion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $7.26 per hour plus.
piece rates depending on crop '
activity. Applicants should report
or send a resume tp the nearest
Florida Agency of Workforce
Iinnovation office and referehce '
job order #360140. '
CottonM HO~er hards -


'200 Temporary Farm Workers and

Em ob3mn dtos ae1//2009
.- 8/10/2010. Jbb duties will
inld th o l~ng Pinid and
peaches. grading and packmn :
~ ~ ~peaches, general orchard .
Smainttquance, fani and field
sanitation, ~tractor. and forklift
operation Guaranteed 3/4I of
contract hours All tools provided
at no cost Firee housing provided
for non-comotuting workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon
comlpledton of 506 of contract.
Pay rulte is $7.26 per hour plus
piece dties depending on crop
activll\y. ApplICantIS should report
or send agesume to the nearest
Flonda Agency of Workfrce
Innovanon office and reference
Job order #360143.
Dixie Belle Peach Farms -
Ward, SC


;1 Five

COMpleXeS
& Free Rent
m T&&-' 200
Ch Ines
& Free Bahama
OT11/SC

$299 Moves You In!!!

..!POOLS. .-
SBad Credit -OK
Forec ostere OK
Pets OK (Dep. may vary)

SStarting at $505. to $699

, 2 br .- 386-754-1~800
llbr -386-758-8029
Windsor Arms
www.wind oarkin t.corn

ceitai' restrictions apply
U ntdated. apartments w/tile floors
S& fresh paint.-'Excellent location.
From $525 plus security
:;Callithlchelle 386e-752-96-' 6
iY oi 1-75. sa acous ?new
2BR/2B.A rownhame
5620 and up, plus SD


4B/3BA, 2-Story, den dining rm
newly renovated $1100 mo. +
$1100 sec. Ref. req. No pets. 386-
S752-9144/ 755-2235/ 397-3500.

$70 ZB pusONOCO 2ec rity.
No rets.
386-752-4597
A 4BR 2BA HUD Home!

5%dn 150r $80ap na listings
800-366-9783 ext 7782
Beautiful newer brick home on 5
acres. Outbuildings. 1262 SW
Wendy Terrace. $1195-+ sec.dep.
(386)965-5560 or (386)344-3715
B~RANFORD 4BR/2BA.
148 NE Hillciest Cr. CH/A.
$850o plus $800 d poit.
386-36m-85p43 or 866-606 8443
Duplex 2br/1ba. Remodeled,
no Petsn La ge5170 dCRo 42.
-. 386-623-7675 .
For Rent: house in Town
1200sq.ft. 3br 2ba CH/A, new
paint inside/out & nlew carpet
85bo obstk& se. de~p5 ar-2

Foi~est Country S/D 2br/2ba
Brick, w/2 car garage. Lawn
service incl. Great school district.
.Screened in patio.. 1 Yr lease req'd.
'No pets'. $1i100 mo. 386-752-6082
0453515
SITiOME FOR'RENT
S 4br/2ba
$ 1.250 pet mo
Susan 386-623-6612, Realrlor
Ddnlel cra~pps,1sne Inc


750 Office Rentals

045351188
O~ffice/Warehousd
Space for Rent
10)00 Sqft. at $425/Mo. Located
I eihindHwy Patrol, on
Arington Blvd, gong toward
.middle school.. 386-752-6806

04535195
Commercial Rentals
/ 161 NW Madison St..
Affordable middle suite in
downtown LakeCity storefront.
Call for details ,
/ 110 SW Irviii Ave Live
Oak...Professional building with
7 offices, 2. bathrooms,
2 reception centers. Currently
utilized as a medical facility.
Call for details
BJ Federico Century 21r
386-6-58 >IR 38 rs5C 575
`For Sale or Lease .060acres &9 101
West Each with Warhe e. Geat:


310 Pets &Supplies
FREE to Good Home.
2 mixed dogs; Just at 1 year old,
Call for more info. 386-719-8989
or 697-6112 ask for Lori.

Florida iU 8E82 Sequ rTE dogs
and cats being sold to be at least 8
weeks' old and have a health
certificate from a licensed
veterinarian documenting they
fre fro n tetia d exde al
parasites. Many species of wild:
life must helcensed by Flo ia ~
Fi s rd intact the ludare
..office: for i frmation.

401 Antiques
ANTI UES WANTED
Furn., China, Silver, Glassware,

mx. ahePd Pete G8 6- 6-221

46 Sporting Goods
HUNTING CLUB in
Jackso ville GA.eNeeds hhtnters
229-868-8180


-420 'want~ AM na


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PUBLISHER'S NOTE


ty..Metal roof, FP Small down .
$650. mp. 386-590-0642 867-1833


69~)683( 5-0276 or 1.386.66-739- rj;
For Rent 1' ~

1 Brl 1 Bth Du lex ~
~~6P /Wkr/$165DpS e
Fully F irisihedi/ALL Utilies Incld
:.Ca~ll386-288-6764
1BR FURNISHED Apt
for rent. $165. week.
APll utilities included. .
.386-758-2080


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Y"Aircraft Maintenance
Opportunities :
in Mobile, AL
MAE has immediate openings
fpr exp~enenced.
Aircraft Mechanics, A&tP,
Avionics, Sheet Metal
&itetior positions.
Meet with MA'E's Recruiting
Team on Oct. 14th or
Oct.15ti ~from 9a~nf- 5pm int tihe
Holiday Inn &i Suites,
213 S.W. Commerce Drive
Blvd, lake -City, FL'32025.
'Bring resuine and training `
record for n ie-sist


orwalbl to a en lae
Mobile Aerosp ceSEngineering
M ~obile, AL 36615
Fax- 251-438-8818
eindil- jobstalstmae~coin


Cabiris Furnished. Pool- -
$500.00 pei month.
Sm pets ok.
386-961-8540 or 386-755-4945
Rooms for Rent. Hillcrept, Sands,
Columbia. All furnished. Electric, ,
Cable, ~fridge, microwave. W~eeky
or monthly rates. 1 person $135,
2 persons $150. weekly
386-752-5808 '
1 Unfurnished .
70Home For Rent .

Residential Rentals I

brc o 17 f $5 ./o +


$750./nlo + s~curityr ':
/ 810 SW Mary Terr...3/2
DWCiMH on '7.8 phiitially cleared
acres $700./mno + security
BJ Federico Century 21
The Darliy Rogers Co.
386-365-5884 or 386-752-6575


GRAIN FED BEEF FOR SALE
Half or Whole Steer. We'll have it
out & 'Wrapped to your Specifica-
tions. 386-288-5444 or 963-2729

520 Beats for sale
SE PRO 215f.wt 5h

$ ,500, 386-M 951.
63n Mobilk Holoes
@ y(07 Rent
:2br/2ba ($600 mo.)
Close to White Springs, off Hwy
41N. 1st &r security.
386-397-2619 /365-1243
3 'B/2BA WESTSIDE &h 3b/2ba ;
Wood Gate &t 3b/2ba 5 Points area
SNo pet. st 1 onth gtdeposit. .

3BR/2BA DWMH 2 car garage, -
screened porch; MtiAlpin area.
$700. mo 1st, last + security. ~
.386-697-1356
DW191H 2bil2ba. CH/A, Water ~in-
cluded. quii location, across from
elemn~~taty s ool. $600. mo+de-
posii. 4~6;"7-8484 or.7i554649'


1300 sq ft. Duplex 2br/1ba. Private
yet not secluded. $650mo 1st and
deposit. Back rund check. Sm '
pesok, see ot .e 1 Yr. Le se
pe8si-39720 or 352-514-23 2e.
1700 sf SECOND STORY 2/2,
nice private country 8 mi to VA
off L~k Jeffrey Hwy. $600 mo,
S$1100 needed, no dogs
386.961.9181
gR APT $0.morhy
deposit, re erenc~es &e credi check

2 11lb w/gaaeo m e Wst se
1 stiJast securityt.
.386-755-6867
2BR APT.
Downtbwit Location, Cletn, .
$600 mi), plus Security
NO PETS. Call 386-755-3456


Oncie Space located at Oakhill
eelaza onHwy 41. 900 sqft.
$700/m~o. plus tax.
Call Bob 386-752-9086
Retail Space
Heavy traffic area
800 Sf. & 1600 Sqft.
Call for quotes 1-800-342-0135


SWestfield Re~alty Grou is Now
Estate Professionals.
Join the growling team of one of ;
the top real estate compares in
North Cenracl Florida.
('all Charlie Sparks, Broker. at
386-755-0808


2BR/1.5BA DUPLEX w/garage.
Luxury Apt. 5 min from VA *
" -;1 Hospitaisand Timco.-
386-755-4590 or 365-5150


7 Condos For itent


0 5 Brick -4/2.5 ba office 3100
sqft. Near Elementary. 1.4 ac
$2,000 + sec. dep. No pets, Possi-
ble purchase optin. 863-937-3807
lbr1.5 ba,w/d CH/A, brick
- fireplace, ca'thedril ceiling, fenced,
private, 8 ac, most pets ok. Nice.
1st,1ast,deposit. $725 Providence
352-494-1989 '
S2 STORY, 2br/1.5b~a. on 6;acres,
Completely remodeled isd
w/riew ~appliances. $1600. mo. ist,
last di eposit. References
required. 386-623`-201.6
2br/1ba hob~se.Zlke tie;iv CH/AA
SAll appliances, calrport; &r garage.
$675.mo. 764 Sl St. Johns St.
(386)6970-8893 oqr (305)962-2666
3br/ba on l ack-Reit or Sale. 1 mi
north of~opd Lion. Close & s
pnvrate 5800. mod. 1st &r security.
S386-75-1-080O0 or 755-7773


1 Employment


Bclities Director Nreeded
Mlngmn Exp R qrd ~
''erica ion Prf re.e
Full Time withi Bene~fits.
'Fa Resum~e To:
386-362-4417
Suwannee He~alth & R~ehrib :'
1620 East Heivenstoli Str~eel
Live Oab'. FL 32064
EOE/V/D/MIF

\~penecnce'd Medical Biller for ;
busy Dermatology.
Fax Resume to-
386-75816923
LPk gCNA/MA needed
: Or medicaf'office. Fulltime .
elease Fa.\ resume to .s
386-75-1-1712.


190 Mortgage song
Seniors 11Ted Mioney! Why! not try
a Reverse Mortgage for free Info
,~~904-6 8-28 o9b4ga 106441

240 Schools &
:2 EducaatapR
0453491Y ,
Interested in a Medical. Career?
Express Training
Offers courses for both
beginners & experienced
Nursing Assistant, $409
next class-10/12/09 *;
Phlebotomjr national -
certification,
di800 neul class-l10/17/09:
Pharmn Tech national
certification -
$900 next class-11/03/09.
Continuing education
eies 'incl. books
s pplies, exam fee's.
..i 11ll386-755-4401 or
expresstrainiineservices.com


640 ~'"for sale
1998. SKYplNE 28X60.
YOil moe $2 C0. I ove.
S$31,000. 386,362-630)6 .
SFA TORY OVERRUNS!~ ,
SBuilt to many 28'X410's. Must Sell
SFac~tory Cost. 3 left @ $24,900.
SCall Eric'@ 386-719-5560
100% FINANCING
New USDA loan No mone\
Down on all new~ Land/Home
pkgj! Call Eric @~ 386-719-.5560
BANK REPO!
28X56 3/2 1500 sq ft.
Won't last long @ 524,.900.
Call Eric 386-719-5560
MUST SELL! Lost Job, never ti-
tied 14'X52' SP( will sell@ cost.
for only. $18,759. Call Eric for de-
tails. 386-590-6268 (Lii niessage!)
LIKE NEW 28X56,


Inlue sm Eo u nl$990

Must have $1,200 mo income. No
SBankruptcy last 2 years to qualify.
Call Jared @' 386-719-5560
jm martin23@yahoo.com
Like New Homes Of Merit

canl Jar d 3 6-7619-5560


Ne~w Horme:Sales


Consultant 'Wanted

Excellent .Commnnission Based

P and Benefits

Fax Resume to 509-756-2869

or email mnh newhomeiobs~vahooom


Classified Department: 755-5440


LAKE CITY REPORTER CLASSIFIED VVEDNESDAY,, OCTOBER 14, 2009


1 0 Oopportunities
23 Temporary Farm Workers and
Laborers for Crops needed.
Employment dates are 12/21/2009
8/10/2010. Job duties will
and t i nin 1ec tes, p ig
peaches. grading and packmng
peaches, general orchard
mamntenance, farn tand field
sanitation, tractor and forklift
cuotvte ha rvWs an k aious
vegetables aund watermelon.
Guannweed 3/4 of contract hours. .
All tools provided at no cost.
Free housing provided for
non-commufing workers.
Transportation and subsistence
reimbursed to worker upon .
completion of 50% of contract.
Pay rate is $7.26 per hour plus
piece rates depending on crop
activity. Applicants should report
or send a resume to the nearest
Forido q en o W rre
job order #359dl97.
Carey Frick Farms Monetta, SC
S147 Temporary Farni Workers and
I.aborers for Crops~needed.
SEn lymnt afes owed1/200
inclinde the following: Pruning and
thinning peach trees, pickmng
peaches, grading and packing
peaches, general orchard .
mamtenance. iarm and field
sinlration, tractor and I'orklifr "
operauon. Workers will plan. ~
cultivate, and barvest a variety o
vegetables' and berries. Gdarariteed
3/4 of cozitract hours;, All tools
provided at no cost: EFree housing '
providedd fornon-committing
workers. iTransportatib6n axid
subsistence reimbursed to Wobrker
ugion comnpletion of` 50i of
contract Pay rate is 57 25 per
hour plus piece rates dependnjg on
crolp acnv~i) Applicantsi should :
report or send a resume to the
nearest Florida Agency oC ,.
Workfo~re In~novration ofie~ and
reference job order #359191.
JE Cooley Farms / Cooley Galsl ,
Carolina's Best Blaickbierries~ .
Chesnee, SC
NOW)HIRING
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Class' B.icense .
Asphalticip. required.
$9.-$10. per' hour benefits.
John C. Hipp Construction.
386-462-2047 or 352-494-3705
Clean Driving Record. Drug Free
Workplace. EOE/DFWP ~
Mystery Shoppers earn up to
510j0 per day Uinder cover sjhop-
pers needed to judge retail &
Orln 'jahllsmeu 8 8- -6


til hoe iena nsmens for o
sls~ des tt urSI wg ls o -
riso .ous Oratwr n

EXPERIENCEfi TEACHERS
;Wanted.Evening hotrd.~ Staff .
Credential Preferred. Applyi 5
Wee Care of Columbia City.


_K~sqH TIM\;BER .2005 32DF~hllHon 5 cleared ac.
.We Biiy Pine Hardwood &a i 50 down $625 mo. IPalb avall.
Cypress Large or small trac16. 58,:bb000. cash back to qualified
Call 386-961-1961. buyerr. Call 386-965-35-16

430 .Carge SlesOwner Firinaciig. 5 mi. West of
430 cr agesaleSLC. Roomy 3/2 in quiet communi-


[Inpenger 16tn Overharued,
paid $5,700 Sell fqr $1,600.
877-231-0080 or 386-755-7773
ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR
lift. Excellentcond. WUith wiring
harness. Fits 2in receiver.
S$250.00.Call 386-755-1730


S450 to Eat ~


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Bdingth oi 3 r I Or we will take it for you!
Advertise your car, truck,'notorcycle, recreation vehicle or boat here for `10 consecutive days.
,If your vehicle does not sell within those 10 days, for. an additional $15 you dan place your ad for
San additiohal1l0 days. A picture will run everyday with a descrip~tioh of your vehiicle. The price of
the:vehicle must be listed in the ad. Yo~r~ad roust bp prepaid with cash, check or credit card. Justi
include a snapshot or bring your vehicle by and we will take the picture for you. Pnv~ate party onlyL.
Price includes a 6 day/ 4 linneclassified ad of the Samle~vehicle in print and oillitle .


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2br/2ba with loft Apt. on
S4 acres. $695.mo.
Includes water, sewer, &i trash.
Call Michelle 386-752-9626
3BR/2BA DUPLEX .
Recently remodeled ~
.$650, per month.
Call 386-867-1;21,2 for details.


St. Augustine Beach 3 Br 1600 sf.
Weekends/weekly/monthly
Nice; clean 8c affordable
;Call 386-961-1961 or 758'-7560
L AlECITY RE PO RTER


Dullex for Rent: 5 mi. but
Branford H~yy. 2br/1ba very ~ifan


Lat~e lYlqddl;Mobile Homeske.Quiet :W/ carpbit;$545/mo &r $545' Dep.
area. 2br/1ba'frohai $400 &, 3br/2ba 'No Pe'ts! (386)752-7578 :
fom 50 lichdeswaer '- NICE ~APT. downtown: Remod-
sewer. No Pets! 386-961-,017 eled, kite, bdba, Iv, dinr & tra
Mayo, close to Suwanne River, rm. Ref. req. $450.00 mo 80isec.
DWMH 3/2 on 3 ac. Compl. reno- 386-362-8075 or 386-754-2951.
riated,new flooring`s! $650/mo 1st, Studios & 1Br's froth $129week.
:last, $111(}( dep. 386-935-2256 Utilities &r cable incl-. Fiillsize
Mobile Homes for rent in k .ulchen, indge &~ range
W. ~hite Spnngs. 2 and..`- 386-752-2741 or .152-'i38 0'292
3 bedrooms. Contact
;386-8.67.-2337 or 397-15221
-'South of Lake City near Branford
'Clean 3br/2ba in quiet area Free
Electric & w~ater. 5500 Sec, 5h700.
Smo.. 386-590-0642 or 867-1833
''Tired of a~ll the Extras, Buy my
New 2010 4 Bedroom.


SDef~ & set-up.' 1) A/C included.
2.) ~Skirting, inc. 3.) Pe~rmits only,
inc. 4.) Mini Decks, inc. 5.J`Basic
SFor ite$5,0i:~' s ak f i
SBruce. 386-362-630b6


F10 U n united Apt. 730 'nuiH Rden


All Yard Sale Ads : *
Mlust be Pre-Paid. ilIhdAp.
71 UfmihdFor Rent At
'~~ $400 MOVES YOU I)!
440 MlS~eeq8RCoNS- 1 or 2BR aipts. and
'2 or 3 BR Mobile Homes
CONVEY'OR OV'EN Lmcoln (386)~755-2423











810 Home for Sale
Below Appralisal Owner motivated
2br/2ba on 10 ac. w/gara~ge, 2 out
buildings. $;164,888. Will consider
reasonable offer 386-935-4205
HURRY LAST CHANCE
I~$800 TN cre i

$ / wce epcae coei

garyhamiltonhomes.com
Newly remodeled throughout.
2br/1ba. CH/A. Owner Finance.
$600 mo. Northeast,Lake City.
Call for appt. 386-697-3886
Stonehenge S/D 3/2 2000+sf brick
Many extras, seller highly motivat-
ed, will consider lease w/option to
buy, 189k neg.850-380-0275
04535153
LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY
4br/2ba, 2 car garage.
$1,500. per mo
Sust 38C-6ra6p~3661. Real or


820 Fa",?:,&cege
Owner Financed
Iralf-acre to 10 acre: lots
.Dens Bullard BKL Properties,
386-752-4339 www~la~ndnfl.com
PASTURE WITH 5 STALLS
For 7eae 5 0 mo.



Suwannee Fl. 2br/1.5ba MH on
fresh water canal. Remodeled. 2
stall ele. boat lift. Vinyl sea wall,
dock. Ready to fish $185,000.
Make offer. Nice. 386-752-6367

940 Trucks
2003 Ford Ranger Pickup
4 DR Supercab XLT.
Only 40k miles. Very clean.
$9900.00 Call 386-365-8901.

4512.sy
2007 FORD Ejitedition ELI Low
.miles. Fully loaded. $28,000. A/C
& heated fron t &Rbar seats. DVD.
Moon roof. 386-755-5127


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Classified Department: 755-5440


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PUBLISHER'S NOTE
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newspaper is subject to the fair
housing act which makes it illegal
linitti ao orn d irimntio 'sed
disa ilty fuil~l set tu r ntion-


Ssch t iernn g iiati o d

people securing custody of chil-
dren under the, age of 18. This
newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real es-
tate which is iix violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby in-
formed that all dwellings adver-
tised in this newspaper are av'aila-
ble on an equal opportunity basis.
To complain of discrimination call
HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777,
the toll free
telephone number to the hearing
impaired Is I-8j00-927-9275.


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C H S .~.ST~ARS & S T RIP E S


Photos by JASON MATTHEW WALKER/Lake City Reporter
ABOVE: Coach Craig Howard turns the Tigers attention to Ridgeview High following the,
Madison County High game on Oct. 2;
BELOW: Columbia High's Adrian Hill (1) falls forward for extra yardage while being
tackled. in the game against the Cowboys.


~T;TqE~l" ~i~W99


JASON MATTHEW WALKERItat CIII Peorater
Columbia High's Cameron Sweat (7) passes against Madison County High on Oct. 2.


-A new test for CJS


C. olumbia 48, Chariton Co. 48
SColumbia l6, Gainesville 13
Columbia 38, Robert E. Lee 0
Miadison Co. 56, Columbial14

Columbia 40, Ridgeviewv 28
,Wk 6 East Ridge (H) 7:30 p.m.


Wk 9 Wolf son (A) 7 p.m.
Wk 10 Suwannee (A) 7:30 p.m.


Columbia enters the
game with a 3-1-1 record
after defeating Ridgeview
High, 40-28, last Friday
for its second district win
of the season.
East Ridge had a bye
wreek, and comes in at
41-1 on the season. The
Knights only loss came in
a 4-4B-1 shootout against
Eustis High on Sept. 18.
The Klnights are a


balanced offense that has
racked up 1,9065iards
from scrimmage through
five games this season.
They are ledi'8f?'''
running back Rab~dy
Bergan, who hasgu~shed
for more than 5009yards
through five gat~es.
The gamne.kicks' off at
Tiger Stadium in Lake
City at 7~:30 p.m. on
Friday . ~: ; :


olumbia High
will again face
one of the
more storied
Programs in
the state of Florida, on
Friday night against East
Ridge High,
The Tigers prepare to
take on the Kinights in a
game that will replace the
early' season cancellation
by Buchholz High.


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