The Lake City reporter

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The Lake City reporter
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Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
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Lake City, FL
Community Newspapers Inc., Todd Wilson - Publisher
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Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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By COREY ARWOODcarwood@lakecityreporter.comSome local farmers and ranchers feeling the sting of Trump administration tariffs are sounding an alarm that trade war targets abroad are hitting agriculture at home. They said they can trace the root of growing financial strain to tariffs and trade deals they say are worsening an already precarious economic landscape. Katrina Moseley, chairman of the Columbia County Farm Bureaus Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee, described a ripple effect the smallest players in the business have already felt from tariffs industrywide. They had priced a grain bin and were going to get it built, but the price of steel skyrocketed to the point they couldnt afford it, said Moseley of one local grower. Moseley and her husband Troy Moseley are District Three representatives for the organization. They operate a small cattle ranch in the Ellisville area. Moseley said it was a part-time operation with roughly 80 head SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018 | YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER SINCE 1874 | $2 CALL US: (386) 752-1293 SUBSCRIBE TO THE REPORTER: Voice: 755-5445 F ax: 752-9400 Vol. 143, No. 341 TODAYS WEATHER Opinion . . . . . . 4A Obituaries . . . . . . 5A Puzzles . . . . . . . 2-3B Business . . . . . . . 1C Life . . . . . . . . 1D HIRING BONUSDepartment of Corrections seeking recruits, 2C 90 72Chance of storms, 2A Lake City Reporter Brock Edge, all-star SUNDAY The case of the missing valedictorianMorris Williams 4A +PLUS >> Naegler settles in at LCMC 1B1CWhat do you think?Let us know in a Letter to the Editor. See 4A. Tigersharks finish summer season See 1B VANN continued on 2A Your Neighborhood Vaccine HeadquartersNow oering the following vaccines for Adults 18 Years & Up: ALL TRAVEL VACCINES Most Insurance Accepted. No Appointment Necessary!Locally Owned & Operated Since 1993 READERS CHOICE 2 0 1 7 B E S T o f t h e B E S T GET ALL YOUR BACK 2 SCHOOL SHOTS HERE! Robbery suspect jailed, town can sleep againFORT WHITE VannBy CARL MCKINNEYcmckinney@lakecityreporter.comBusiness acumen, a sense of responsibility to the taxpayer and years of experience in public service are what state representative District 10 candidate Marc Vann says he brings to the table. Vann said he threw his hat in the ring after term-limited incumbent Elizabeth Porter, a Lake City-based Republican, asked him to run. It was a high compliment, Vann said. Vann, co-owner of Vann Carpet One, has been involved with the family business since 1979, after he obtained an accounting degree from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville. Helping to grow the business made him realize that every dollar the state spends comes from stores like his familys, Vann said. And we should spend every dollar just like its our own money, Vann said. We should remember that its peoples earnings. Vann said he applied that philosophy when he served for nine years on the Lake Shore Hospital Authority Lake City business owner has record of public service.Marc Vann seeking District 10 state House seat Tariffs eat away at local growers profits Farm Bureau officials here, nationally, are registering concerns. TARIFFS continued on 2A 3APLUS: HOW CCSO CRACKED THE CASEBoth stories,CARL MCKINNEY/Lake City ReporterABOVE: Trussia Cox, victim of a June 27 armed robbery at the Fort White Subway, where she works. INSET: Robbery suspect Michael David Lantner of Fort White. Cox says she can finally rest now that hes in jail. Stories, 3A.LAKECITYREPORTER.COM A3


of livestock they sell to markets and individuals. She said she hears the concerns of others in agriculture here. It basically affects anybody involved in the industry, Moseley said. We have a lot of people and friends that are being hurt really bad. Moseley said shes a registered Republican, a strong supporter of the Trump administration and feels the efforts to be well-intended. However, she said the effects have not been well received by farmers. Most of your produce is coming from family farms. The administration is directly to blame. I dont think it was their intention. Were struggling with prices. Were struggling with getting labor. While theyre trying to do things to make it better, its actually having the reverse effect, Moseley said. The way we look at it, they are trying to increase the use and the need for products grown here. But by implementing the tactics of the tariffs, it has directly affected the agriculture nationwide in a negative way. On Thursday the president of the American Farm Bureau, Vincent Zippy Duvall, published an essay outlining his organizations opposition to the Trump administrations escalating trade war. As the voice of the nations farmers, the AFBF president cites another round of $200 billion tariffs aimed at Chinese imports. He said farmers were the first target in the sights of those countries returning fire. The question at the top of farmers and ranchers minds now is whether our livelihoods will be the first casualties, Duvall wrote. Falling prices of agricultural commodities, crops and livestock are now accompanied by decreased demands overseas due of tariffs, he wrote. One of his recommendations was to renegotiate trade deals like NAFTA and secure trade partners versus implementing tariffs. The AFBF was also a strong supporter of the TransPacific Partnership, from which Trump withdrew. While the U.S. rains down tariffs on our leading ag markets, the rest of the world continues to move forward with trade deals that dont include us, Duvall wrote. However, he said AFBF remains supportive of the Trump administration despite what it fears could be cataclysmic trade consequences. We believe he will remain true to his word to look out for farm country in this trade war, Duvall wrote. Holding onto that optimism can be tough, though, when you begin to watch your livelihood slip way. Moseley said production value for farmers on feed grains, like corn, soy and cotton hull continue to fall, which down the road will affect supply and later price. The price of income for the farmer has decreased by 52 percent, Moseley said. At the end of the day the corporate farms will be just fine. John Willis owns Columbia Livestock Market, which has been around since 1936. He said the short-term TRADE continued on 6A 2A SUNDAY, J UU LY 22, 2018 DAILY BRIEFING LAKE CITY REPORTER 7a 1p 7p 1a 6a LAKE CITY ALMANAC SUN MOON UV INDEX EXTREME: 10 minutes to burn T odays ultra-violet radiation risk for the ar ea on a scale fr om 0 to 10+. FYI An exclusive service brought to our readers by The Weather Channel. SPONSORED BY City THE WEATHER WEA THER HISTORY Pensacola Tallahassee Panama City Valdosta Daytona Beach Cape Canaveral Gainesville Lake City Ocala Orlando Jacksonville Tampa West Palm Beach Ft. Myers Ft. Lauderdale Naples Miami Key West TEMPERATURESNormal high Normal low PRECIPITATIONMonth total Year total HI LO LO HI LO HI LO HI LO HI MondayTuesday Cape Canaveral Daytona Beach Fort Myers Ft. Lauderdale Gainesville Jacksonville Key West Lake City Miami Naples Ocala Orlando Panama City Pensacola Tallahassee Tampa Valdosta W. Palm Beach July 27 Aug 4 Aug 11 Aug 18 FullLastNewFirst Quarter Quarter HOW TO REACH USMain number ........ (386) 752-1293 Fax number .............. 752-9400 Circulation ............... 755-5445 Online ... www lakecityreporter com The Lake City Reporter an affiliate of Community Newspapers Inc., is published Tuesday through Friday and Sunday at 180 E. Duval St., Lake City, FL 32055. Periodical postage paid at Lake City, FL, Member Audit Bureau of Circulation and The Associated Press. All material herein is property of the Lake City Reporter Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without the permission of the publisher. U.S. Postal Service No. 310-880. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Lake City Reporter P.O. Box 1709, Lake City, FL 32056. Publisher Todd Wilson ..... 754-0418 ( Robert Bridges ..... 754-0428 (rbridges@lakecityre ......... 752-1293 (ads@lakecityre place a classified ad ...... 755-5440BUSINESS.............. 754-0419CIRCULATIONHome delivery of the Lake City Reporter should be completed by 6:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday, and by 7:30 a.m. on Sunday. Please call 386-755-5445 to report any problems with your delivery service. In Columbia County, customers should call before 10:30 a.m. to report a service error for same day re-delivery. After 10:30 a.m., next day re-delivery or service related credits will be issued. In all other counties where home delivery is available, next day re-delivery or service related credits will be issued. Circulation ............... 755-5445 ( delivery rates(TuesdayFriday and Sunday) 12 Weeks ................... $26.32 24 Weeks ................... $48.79 52 Weeks ................... $83.46Rates include 7% sales tax.Mail rates12 Weeks ................... $41.40 24 Weeks ................... $82.80 52 Weeks .................. $179.40 Lake City Reporter Scripture of the DayI have chosen the way of truth: thy judgments have I laid before me. Psalm 119:30 (K JV) Less is only more where more is no good. Frank Lloyd Wright, 1867-1959, American architectThought for Today Winning Lottery Numbers Pick 3: (Friday p.m.) 6-3-7 Pick 4: (Friday p.m.) 9-0-3-5 Fantasy 5: (Friday) 2-7-19-20-33 QUICK HITS Submissions The Lake City Reporter accepts photographs and caption information to run at the discretion of the editor. If you would like to see your organization in the newspaper, send the picture and information to Associate Editor Steve Wilson at See an error? The Lake City Reporter corrects errors of fact in news items. If you have a concern, question or suggestion, please call the editor. Corrections and clarications will run in this space. Thanks for reading.Schools drop probe of woman cleared by copsCOURTESYA bull and heifers, part of the Moseley family herd, are pictured.SEXUAL MISCONDUCT CLAIMBoard of Trustees, leaving in 2015. During that time, he worked to help decrease the amount spent on indigent care from $3.5 million a year on average to about $1 million. He also served for 10 years on the Industrial Development Authority, the precursor to the Columbia County Economic Development Advisory Board, on which he currently sits. Vann said that as a member of the Florida House, he would work to ensure the state is a responsible steward of the taxpayers money. Our goal as legislators is to offer opportunities to help people improve themselves, he said. In recent weeks, Vann has obtained endorsements from the Florida Chamber of Commerce, Florida Realtors Association, Florida Retail Federation and Florida Homebuilders Association. I am extremely humbled by the response I have received from the major business organizations and associations in the state, indicating the importance they see in my ability and my business background, Vann said. VANNContinued From 1A By STEVE WILSONswilson@lakecityreporter.comThe school district investigation into a former Columbia County teacher accused of improper conduct with a 17-year-old male student has been officially closed. On Monday, the Columbia County School District informed Jenny Lang, a former middle-school level exceptional student education teacher at Fort White High School, in writing, that there is no probable cause to charge you with any misconduct. The alleged incident took place in Dixie County, in or near a hot tub, and the mother of the student involved made the complaint against Lang after overhearing her son speak about it to a family member. In response to the allegations, CCSD officials suspended Lang on Sept. 26, 2017, with the suspension amended on October 10 to include pay. Since that time, CCSD has opted not to renew her employment contract. In addition to closing the investigation, CCSD has forwarded their findings related to the investigation to the State of Florida Practices Commission for review. In June, prosecutors announced that criminal charges against Lang would not be filed. Third Circuit State Attorney Jeff Siegmeister confirmed that the evidence in the case showed that the alleged incident could not have happened during the time witnesses told investigators it took place. Specifically, digital forensic evidence indicated that Lang was visiting family and friends more than 100 miles away which the misconduct allegedly occurred, according to Fred Koberlein, Langs attorney. The Dixie County Sheriffs Office investigated the allegations. He wasnt the traditional victim, where he ran to a cop or a counselor and said Ive been victim ized, Siegmeister said in February. When contacted in regard to Mondays letter from CCSD, Koberlein declined comment. We are discouraged hat the students and taxpayers must go without an employee of the school district simply because an adolescent has made an allegation, Koberlein wrote in October. Yet no additional proof has been presented in support of that allegation. District Superintendent Lex Carswell also declined comment. Lang A County Commission town hall meeting set for Tuesday has been moved up to Monday at the Columbia County Fairgrounds due to a scheduling conflict. The town hall will start at 6 p.m. The topic is a proposed one-cent sales tax to improve county roads. From staf f reportsTown Hall rescheduled for Monday Criminal case had been long since been abandoned. TARIFFSContinued From 1A


By CARL MCKINNEYcmckinney@lakecityreporter.comFor the first time in weeks, Trussia Cox can sleep again. Proper sleep. A full nights rest without waking up in a sweat at every random sound, fearing the gunman has returned. When Cox found out about the arrest on Thursday of 41-year-old Michael David Lanter of Fort White, the suspect in armed robberies at the towns Subway and Dollar General, she breathed a sigh of relief. Others in Fort White joined her. It felt like a hundred-pound weight was lifted from my shoulder, she said. Cox, 48, works at the Fort White Subway, just across the street from her home. On June 27, she had the closing shift when a man walked into the restaurant wearing a gray jogging suit. At first, I thought it was an employee coming inside to check the schedule, Cox said. First Cox noticed the mans heavy build, which was unlike any of the other workers. Then she noticed the gun in his hand. Then I still didnt want to believe it was happening, she said. The robber never pointed the gun directly at anyone, but held it in front of him. After forcing Cox and another employee to hand over $340 from the register, he locked them in a walkin cooler and told them to count to 100. As a single mother who lives with her 20-year-old daughter and 17-year-old son, Coxs panicking mind forced itself to think the unthinkable. I was worrying about my kids and whether I was going to be alive to ever see them again, she said. Her children were at home nearby, and she feared they might have left the door wide open a tempting invitation for a fleeing gunman. Cox gave a statement to Columbia County deputies and went home. After checking on her children, Cox watched movies on the couch with a friend for several hours. I drank a can of beer that night, and I am not a drinker, she said. But when it came time to lie alone in bed, Cox noticed something had changed her. People dont realize how much it affects you, she said. The sound of a thud outside carried into her bedroom. Is that a stray cat or, is he coming back? Cox thought to herself. She spent much of the next two days crying. She thought about calling in sick the next day, but decided to soldier on. I figured that was the best way to deal with it, she said. When she got home the night after the robbery, Coxs children were on the front porch with the lights on. Not because they were SU NDAY, J UU LY 22, 2018 LOCAL LAKE CITY REPORTER 3A Membership Club starting at just $20/mo.!Take charge of your dental health at LAKE CITY DENTAL844 S Marion Ave, Lake City, FL 32025 386-752-8531 IMAGINE YOURSELF HOME WHERE: Information Center | 301 NW Cole Terrace, Lake City, FL 32055WHEN: Wednesday, July 25th | 3 6pm | Refreshments will be servedPREVIEW THE FIRST SET OF FULLY FURNISHED MODELS. LIMITED NUMBER OF DUSTY BOOT TOURS AVAILABLE. (386) 344-6985 The Chairman of the Lake Shore Hospital Authority hereby declares an EMERGENCY MEETING of the Lake Shore Hospital Board of Trustees. The emergency meeting will be held in the meeting room of the Authority located at 259 NE Franklin Street, Suite 102, Lake City, Fl 32055 at 9:00 am on Monday, July 23, 2018. The following items will be placed on the agenda for Authority approval. All items are related to the Lake Shore Hospital Roof/Envelope Project: 1.) A proposal from ONeal Companies, Inc. to perform required roof envelope masonry probes. 2.) A supplemental cost change order for additional expenses related to the prioritization of Roof O. 3.) Resolution No 2018-005. This resolution will authorize the Chair of the Lake Shore Hospital Authority to approve certain additional expenditures related to the Roof/Envelope Project without consent of the Authority. current condition of Roof O, the value of equipment within the building that is at risk, the amount of expected rainfall, and the need to maintain an expedited construction schedule. Town can sleep after arrestFORT WHITE ROBBERIES ABOVE: Trussia Cox hugs her daughter, Crystal, in her Fort White home on Friday. Trussia Cox was one of the victims in a pair of armed robberies in Fort White in recent weeks. LEFT: James Faron Richardson, who runs a Facebook group called Around Fort White, says residents there have been able to breathe easier following the arrest of a suspect on Thursday.Photos by CARL MCKINNEY/Lake City Reporter ROBBERIES continued on 5AHow CCSO cracked the caseBy STEVE WILSONswilson@lakecityreporter.comThanks to diligent police work, and the help of some brave robbery and kid napping survivors, a Fort White man is facing multiple charges connected to a crime spree that had this small community in southern Columbia County on edge for three weeks. Michael David Lanter, 41, was arrested on Thursday in connection with two armed robberies that took place in Fort White, first at the Subway restaurant and then at Dollar General, both in late June. Assault, kidnapping-false imprisonment and grand theft charges have also been filed. June 27 Columbia County Sheriffs Office deputies responded to the Subway robbery shortly after 9:30 p.m., on Wednesday, June 27. There, two employees told them an unknown male entered the store, brandishing a handgun and demanding money. After the two employees complied, the suspect ordered them into the stores storage cooler and fled, instructing the employees to count to 100 before leaving. The following day, Detective Chris Parker of CCSO was assigned as lead investigator on the case. His first step was to obtain a copy of video camera footage from Subway. On the footage, the suspects vehicle could be seen and from his seven Out here, were not used to this. People moved here to get away from this stuff. CCSO continued on 5A


Being a middle child is like being one of those presidents between Ulysses S. Grant and Theodore Roosevelt. Yeah, you made it, but does anyone really care? Anyone saddled with this fate had better get used to being overlooked and shortchanged. Other children can expect better. The firstborn enjoys a period of exclusive parental attention that confers a lifelong assumption of being wonderful. The baby is spoiled by dint of the cuteness that goes with being the youngest. Parents who shower the eldest with attention, because theyre new at this and afraid of what could go wrong, often adopt a lax approach to the last one out of exhaustion or complacency. But the kid in between gets none of these benefits. Parents tend to be strict with the middle child, as they were with the first not indulgent, as they are with the last. Plus this kid is stuck between an elder sibling and a younger one. As one woman we know recalls, I used to fear being alone with my older sister, who delighted in pinning me on the floor and drooling on my face. Meanwhile, my younger sister rarely got grounded, met curfew or paid for gas or clothes or makeup. Another, the fourth of eight, says of the eldest, There were a lot more pictures of him than me, and a lot more home movies of him than me. Her younger siblings, meanwhile, got luxuries the parents couldnt afford in earlier years. One middle child we know well, when asked about his experience, replied: I have no comment. The obvious unfairness that they endure shapes middle children. They often turn out to be independent because Mom and Dad arent going to do everything for them, hardworking because how else can they expect to get their due and humble because they learn from an early age theyre not that important. They also tend to be rebellious and hungry for attention, and who can blame them? As if these poor souls havent had enough pain, now comes the news that middle children are becoming extinct in America. Back in the 1970s, reports Adam Sternbergh in New York Magazine, four kids (or more) was the most common family unit. But today, the typical family with children has just two. And guess who loses out this game of musical chairs? Its not the oldest or the youngest. Even if youre not a middle child, though, this looming absence should concern you. What few people realize is that middle children are actually more likely to successfully effect change in the world than any other birth order, psychologist Catherine Salmon told Sternbergh. You need evidence? Well, the roster includes Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., Susan B. Anthony, Bill Gates, Chief Justice John Roberts, Michael Jordan and Madonna. Also Donald Trump. Say what you will, you cant say they didnt effect change in the world. So if middle children largely disappear, everyone else will lose the distinctive qualities they have to offer. And heres one last bit of injustice: If the experience of middle children is any guide, no one will notice.Columbia High School has been graduating classes and announcing valedictorians since 1889- except for the Class of 1951. That class had many outstanding scholars including 24 who made nearly all As all four years of high school. But it seemed there were two students who stood out above all the rest: Ed Milton and Ann McBride, though neither was named class valedictorian. Nobody was. Ed was so bright he later earned a Ph.D. in physics at UF and taught physics there his entire career. Ann was Google before there was a Google. She had other-worldly smarts and everyone knew it. The two were named the classs Most Intellectual, but nobody knows exactly which was the class valedictorian or if either was You can examine their yearbook, their class newspapers, their baccalaureate and graduation programs, and Lake City Reporters of that year, but there is no mention of who was class valedictorian. When Ann and Ed met at a class reunion each thought the other was valedictorian so nothing got settled. Nobody at the class reunion knew either. So, in these 67 years since their class graduated from CHS, its time to end the mystery and declare both Ed and Ann the official class valedictorians for CHS 1951. Belated congratulations, Ed and Ann. By the way, several classes after 1951 also had multiple valedictorians. In 1981, for example, there were four valedictorians: Tricia Ives, Janet Brannon, Doug Kirkland, and Sherri McDonald.SCHOOL BOARD ENTRANCEAs soon as Superintendent Lex Caswell was elected he set about to improve the appearance of the School Board offices outside entranceway. Here are four of the improvements. entranceway, taking out all the old cracks, improving the appearance 100% and making it much safer. poles with new flags. The highest, of course, is our American flag, a bit lower the Florida state flag, and the Missing in Action (MIA) and Prisoner of War (POW) flag. Just beautiful. tronic message board, easily visible to passing traffic, announcing important school system dates and words of positive messages regarding our schools, teachers, and students. these dedicatory words: These flags fly in honor and memory of the brave men and women who have defended our country both here and abroad. We honor these military and first responders and their families. If you havent seen these new additions, stop by and take a look. You will be impressed. HERE I COME When famed pool player Minnesota Fats died, these words were part of his obituary: I beat everybody on this earth shooting pool. Now, St. Peter, rack em up! OPINION Lake City Reporter Serving Columbia County Since 1874 The Lake City Reporter is published with pride for residents of Columbia and surrounding counties by Community Newspapers Inc. W e believe strong newspapers build strong communities -Newspapers get things done! Our primary goal is to publish distinguished and profitable community -oriented newspapers. This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to truth, integrity and hard work. Todd Wilson, Publisher Robert Bridges, Editor Jim Barr, Associate Editor Sue Brannon, Controller Dink NeSmith, President Tom Wood, Chairman LETTERS POLICY Letters to the Editor should be typed or neatly written and double spaced. Letters will be edited for length and libel. Letters must be signed and include the writer s name, address and telephone number for verification. W riters can have two letters per month published. Letters and guest columns are the opinions of the writers and not necessarily those of the Lake City Reporter. BY MAIL: Letters, P.O. Box 1709, Lake City FL 32056; or drop off at 180 E. Duval St. downtown. BY F AX: (386) 752 -9400. BY EMAIL: Sunday, July 22, 2018 www.lak 4A Lake City Reporter Serving Columbia County Since 1874 The Lake City Reporter is published with pride for residents of Columbia and surrounding counties by Community Newspapers Inc. W e believe strong newspapers build strong communities -Newspapers get things done! Our primary goal is to publish distinguished and profitable community -oriented newspapers. This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to truth, integrity and hard work. Todd Wilson, Publisher Robert Bridges, Editor Dink NeSmith, President Tom Wood, ChairmanLETTERS TO THE EDITOR OUR OPINIONHow to get educated on the issuesIf you plan to go to the polls to cast a ballot on Tuesday, August 28, you should first go to the Fort White Community Center on Tuesday, July 24. Scheduled for 7 p.m. is the first of four biennial candidate forums sponsored by the Columbia County Republican Executive Committee. Most of those seeking local office will be there to speak and explain their views on the issues of the day. This is a GOPsponsored event, but mostly thats of no matter, as county races here are non-partisan. Its a great way to see whos ready to lead and who may need to go back and do their homework. If you cant make it Tuesday, youll have three more chances to make one of these REC forums. They are also scheduled for Lulu on July 31; Mason City on August 7; and the county fairgrounds on August 14. The speaking starts at 7 each night but theres a free dinner at 6:30, so plan for that as well. We hope to see you there. CHSs missing valedictorian To the Editor: Our family moved to Columbia County almost 7 years ago from a large metropolitan area. Our former county had adopted the 1 percent sales tax many years prior. To be honest, we never really missed that extra penny on the dollar while enjoying many benefits from it. They were able to improve roads and construct a beautiful trail through the entire county dedicated to hiking and bicycle riding. After attending the community forum in our district, Im even more convinced of the important benefit this will be for our county. The funds collected can ONLY be used to improve our roadways, which we all use whether we walk, bike or drive. I would like to see this fall under the Sunset Review Act, so if we dont see the benefits in 7 years we vote it down, however I dont believe that will be the case. Come on, Columbia County, lets come together to improve life for everyone. Debbie Smith Lake CityOne-cent sales tax will benefit all Chicago Tribune Associated Press TODAY IN HISTORY On this date: In 1587, an English colony fated to vanish under mysterious circumstances was established on Roanoke Island off North Carolina. In 1796, Cleveland, Ohio, was founded by General Moses Cleaveland (yes, thats the correct spelling). In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln presented to his Cabinet a preliminary draft of the Emancipation Proclamation. In 1916, 10 people were killed when a suitcase bomb went off during San Franciscos Preparedness Day parade; two anti-war labor radicals, Thomas Mooney and Warren K. Billings, were jailed but eventually released amid doubts about their guilt. In 1934, bank robber John Dillinger was shot to death by federal agents outside Chicagos Biograph Theater, where he had just seen the Clark Gable movie Manhattan Melodrama. In 1937, the U.S. Senate rejected President Franklin D. Roosevelts proposal to add more justices to the Supreme Court. In 1946, the militant Zionist group Irgun blew up a wing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, killing 91 people. In 1977, Elvis Costellos debut album, My Aim Is True, was released by Stiff Records. Morris WilliamsMorris Williams is a local historian and longtime retired educator. Middle child an endangered species


Dorothy Dot L. HardenDorothy Dot L. Harden, 78, of Lake City, Fl., passed away on Thursday, July 19, 2018, at Haven Hospice Care Center Born September 19, 1939, in Nichols, Ga., to the late Herbert Lee Stokes and Laura Bell Lewis. Mrs. Harden work and retired from The K-Mart Restaurant and Five Points Elementary School Cafeteria. She was a member at First Full Gospel for 50 years; she loved her church, her family, and her friends, also loved making banana pudding. She is preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband of 56 years Printice Harden, one son; Gene Harden, and brother; Vernon Wade. Survivors include her son; Emory (Donna) Harden, of Richmond, Ky., two daughters; Cynthia (John D. Jr.) Mills, of Live Oak, Fl., and Sara Ann (Robert) Lambert, of Jacksonville, Fl., two brothers; Jr Stokes ( Jo Ann), of Alma, Ga., and Ruben Sidney Stokes (Theresa), of Villa Rica, Ga., two sisters; Vinnie Mae Meeks (Donald Ray), of Nichols, Ga., and Gloria Sue Carter (Roger), of Nichols, Ga., six grandchildren, five great grandchildren, best friend; Betty Haltiwanger and numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral service for Mrs. Hardens will be conducted at 2:30 pm on Sunday, July 22, 2018 at First Full Gospel of Watertown with Pastor Stanley Ellis officiating. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation with the family and friends will be held from (1:30pm2:30pm) one hour prior to service at the church. Arrangements are under the direction of GATEWAY-FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 3596 S US Hwy 441, Lake City, Fl., 32025, (386) 752-1954. Please leave words of love and comfort for the family at Obituaries are paid advertisements. 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Construction is scheduled to begin in Summer 2019, and the project is expected to be fully operationa l by Spring 2020.FORT WHITE COMMUNITY CENTER 17579 SW SR 47 FORT WHITE, FLORIDA 32038For more info please contact Candace Wood: This event provides an opportunity for people to learn about the project's current status, ask questions about solar energy and meet the team working on the solar project. scared, but because they didnt want her to be when she returned. For one, she became suspicious of everyone and checked their eyes. The robber, who concealed his face with a mask and hood, wore yellow safety goggles over his eyes, but she could still see them. Ill never forget those eyes, she said. Thats what I looked at, is everybodys eyes. Two days after the Subway robbery, a gunman who appeared to be the same person hit the Dollar General on State Road 47, according to the Columbia County Sheriffs Office. CCSO detectives reviewed footage from both incidents and identified the gray SUV the robber fled in was a 2010 to 2015 model Chevrolet Equinox. Detectives used the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles database to locate owners of such vehicles in Columbia County and identified Lanter, who matched the physical description of the robber. As the investigation continued, detectives discovered Lanter pawned a pistol soon after the second robbery that matched the description of the gun used in both crimes. With Lanter now behind bars as a suspect in both robberies, Cox said she finally realized how much of an impact the ordeal had. I know I havent been myself, she said. But I was a totally different person today at work. Relaxed. Calmer. James Faron Richardson, who runs a Facebook group called Around Fort White, said the rest of the town shares her relief. Local retail and food industry employees were living in terror between the robbery and Lanters capture, Richardson said. He recalled one woman exclaim thank God upon learning of the arrest. Out here, were not used to this, he said. People moved here to get away from this stuff. Richardson was himself victimized in two armed robberies at previous jobs. All this crap goes through your brain and its nerve-racking, he said. He gave credit to CCSO for checking local pawn shops for the weapon. Thats some pretty dang good detective work, he said. ROBBERIESContinued From 3Ayears of automotive industry work experience Parker concluded the vehicle was a Chevrolet Equinox, manufactured between 2010 and 2015. The footage showed the suspect inside the vehicle between 9:14 and 9:29 p.m., after which he heads into the store wearing a long sleeved hooded shirt, a baseball hat, and gloves. At this point, video footage from inside Subway shows the suspect making contact with the employees, and later the outside camera shows the suspect returning to the Equinox and driving away. June 29Two days later, a suspect with a similar description robbed the Dollar General store in Fort White. Det. Joshua Samson was assigned to that robbery, and due to similarities between the two incidents Samson and Parker began a joint investigation.July 10Follow-up interviews with robbery victims, the two from Subway and one from Dollar General were conducted. These interviews helped to verify similarities in the suspects behavior between both incidents. That same day, a Chevrolet Equinox was located at the Fort White home of Michael David Lanter. Parker made contact with Lanter at his home at that time, who initially denied any knowledge of the robbery cases but then admitted to have read about them. Parker noted at that time that Lanter shared certain physical characteristics of the suspect seen in the surveillance video. July 13An interview was conducted in Lake City with an outside vendor who was in Dollar General at the time of that robbery. This individual provided information that helped to confirm the manner of clothing the suspect was wearing and the type of weapon used. July 17 As a result of a criminal background check, it was determined that Lanter had pawned an Urban Grey CZ 75 p-01 9 millimeter handgun at a High Springs shop, the type of weapon used by the robbery suspect. At which time, security video showed Lanter signing the pawn receipt with his left hand, the same hand with which the robbery suspect was seen brandishing his weapon. July 19 Investigators obtained a search warrant for Lanters home and vehicle. No one was home at the time, but in Lanters room in the house a pair of dark sunglasses were found, consistent with those seen on the robbery suspect. Parker and Samson remained in the area and confronted Lanter when he returned home, detaining him as his car was searched. This search yield further evidence, including a gray hooded sweatshirt identical to the one used by the suspect. Based on this, Michael Lanter was arrested at his home, Samson said in his report. As of Saturday Lanter remained jailed on $300,000 bond. CCSOContinued From 3A


6A SU NDAY, JUL YY 22, 2018 LOCAL L AA KE CIT YY REPORTER BE A WINNER Take the Shands Lake ShoreCOMMUNITY HEALTH SURVEY @ and enter to win a $20 gift card FOCUS GROUPS Talk about health and earn $20. Focus groups will be held July 31 and Aug. 3 at Lake Shore Hospital Authority. For details, CALL: 352-727-3765. Artwalk Gainesville is a free monthly self-guided tour that combines exciting visual art, live performance, and events in downtown Gainesville, Fl. Held the last Friday of each month from 7 to 10 pm, (venue hours vary) in local galleries, eateries and businesses. info @ W Artwalk Gainesville is a free monthly self-guided tour that combines exciting visual art, live performance, and events in downtown Gainesville. Held the last Friday of each month from 7 to 10 p.m. (venue hours vary) in local galleries, eateries, and businesses. Get started at or contact them at Buy a Cajun Filet Biscuit Combo w/ Side and Drink and get a FREE Cajun Filet BiscuitONLY WITH COUPONGET A FREE CAJUN FILET BISCUIT! Introducing Our New Line of Diabetic ShoesAre your feet sore by the end of the day? These shoes are so comfortable that non-diabetic patients enjoy them as well! BAYA MEDICAL1465 W. U.S. Hwy. 90 Lake City 386-755-2277Covered by BCBS, Medicare, TRICARE and other Medicare Advantage plans. affects of the trade policies would be painful to small growers, but the changes had to be made. I think the vast majority of the people agree with the direction of the tariffs in the fact that theres got to be something done with trade, said Willis. At least we have somebody finally that will put their foot down and said we want to make trade equal. He called the responses an overreaction, saying hed heard nothing negative from local cattle ranchers. All this in a nutshell, short-term, Im sure theres going to be a little uneasiness on tariffs but once it levels out and people get out an even trade level it will be better for all of us, The Florida AFB is headquartered in Gainesville. National spokesperson John Walt Boatright said they were taking a precautionary stance for the future. We are concerned and waiting to see what happens and encouraging the administration to talk through things as opposed to resorting to impulsive tariffs, Boatright said. He said the top industries here were timber and cattle. I think a lot of Columbia County producers are paying attention to it as well, Boatright said. Before we were having these tariff conversations we were already seeing a very slow farm economy. TRADEContinued From 2A COURTESY TAMMY JOHNS PHOTOGRAPHYKatrina and Troy Moseley, shown here feeding their herd of beef cattle with twin daughters Hadley and Christy, age 3, have expressed concerns regarding tariffs imposed by the Trump administration. AA s DD istr ict Three repre sentatives for the Columbia County Farm Bureaus YY oung Far mers and Ranchers Committee, and as cattle ranchers themselves, they believe such tariffs are placing strain on the areas ag industry. This, in Katrina Moseleys view, represents misguided but well-intended polices of the administration that have not been well received by area farmers. She cites a recent article by the head of the AA merican F arm Bureau Federation saying the same thing. Stolen gun recovered in car-theft arrest: CopsFrom staff reportsA Lake City man, arrested Thursday morning, faces felony charges after authorities reportedly caught him in a stolen car with narcotics and a stolen gun at a local apartment complex. Michael T. Amerson, 25, of SW Windsong Circle, faces charges of burglary, possession of a stolen fireman, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of narcotic equipment and violation of probation in connection with the case.


Lake City Reporter SPORTS Sunday, July 22, 2018 ww Section B Story ideas? Contact Eric Jackson or Jordan Kroeger754-0420 ERIC JACKSON/Lake City ReporterColumbia Swim Teams Callie Hale, 10, dives in for her short freestyle heat during her teams season finale at the Jared Allison Aquatic Complex Saturday morning. The TigerSharks competed against Suwannee and Sun Country (Gainesville) in their final summer meet. Over 60 swimmers participated with CST this year. By ERIC JACKSONejackson@lakecityreporter.comThe TigerSharks finished out their summer campaign in style as they hosted the season finale at the Jared Allison Aquatics Complex on Saturday. Columbia Swim Team, a local development team, fared well against Suwannee and Sun Country. It was the teams first and last home meet of the season. The TigerSharks competed in Tifton, Moultrie among other places this summer before the finale Saturday. Over 60 CST swimmers participated in the years campaign, with ages ranging from six to 17. Were so proud of our swimmer that have worked all season long, said head coach Sabrina Sibbernsen. And really improved in all their strokes. Swimming truly is an individual sport, but its a lifelong sport that they can use for the rest of their lives. We really enjoy seeing those first-time swimmers compete. Our motto has always been: winning is better your own best time. Were really proud of our swimmers and hope to see all of them back next year and then some.TigerSharks host season finaleWere really proud of our swimmers and hope to see all of them back next year and then some. CST head coach Sabrina Sibbernsen Former CHS star Edge named to NJCAA All-Star TeamCOURTESY By ERIC JACKSONejackson@lakecityreporter.comLake City native Brock Edge has been named to the NJCAA National All-Star Team after a phenomenal freshman season at Santa Fe. Edge, the son of former Florida Gators punter Shayne Edge, starred for the Saints this season with a .409 batting average along with 10 home runs. The Santa Fe rightfielder is joined by teammate Devin Hemenway, a pitcher who was also named to the national JUCO team. Theyre the only junior college players out of Florida to receive the honor. They gave me the call and I almost didnt believe them at first, Edge said of the news. They told me about the Team USA (selection) and it was all pretty surreal. Hemenway like Edge, his roommate at Santa Fe was selected First-Team All Conference this season. Both are on a 26-man roster which will begin competing on Aug. 1-11 leading up to the NBC World Series, where teams from around the globe are slated to participate. Edge prepares to travel to Tyler, Texas this coming week to begin practice, alongside Hemenway, representing the entire state. Edge says the summer exhibition will be made easier having his teammate by his side as they prepare to head west to Texas then Kansas. We were definitely wor ried about not knowing anybody, especially coming from Florida. So Im glad hes coming, Edge said. The former two-sport star athlete out of Columbia is entering his sophomore year at Santa Fe. But not before things heat up with some summer competition against the best across the nation. I just want to see how I would stack up against those guys, should be neat for sure, he said. Ive never been out of the state much, so this should be pretty cool. Santa Fe outfielder Brock Edge had the first cycle for the Saints since 2009 on Mar. 9 in a 13-5 win over Kalamazoo Valley CC. Edge was a star at CHS where he played both soc cer and baseball for the Tigers. Santa Fe outfielder only one of two Florida JUCO players to be selected COURTESYNew Hampshire winner Christopher Bell also topped 2015 Cup champion Kyle Busch to win last weeks race at Kentucky Speedway. By DAN GELSTONAssociated PressLOUDON, N.H.   Christopher Bell has cracked the Cup supremacy in Xfinity The 23-year-old Bell held off hardcharging 2012 Cup champion Brad Keselowski over the final 18 laps at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to win his second straight Xfinity Series race. Bell pulled off the towering achievement of winning two straight Xfinity races against former champs from NASCARs top-tier series who moonlight on Saturdays. Bell topped 2015 Cup champion Kyle Busch to win last weeks race at Kentucky Speedway and he followed up Saturday in the No. 20 Toyota by keeping Keselowski at bay down the stretch for his third win this season. You hope to race those guys at one point, so Im thankful that I get the opportunity here in the Xfinity Series to race with them and proud that Im able to compete with them, let alone beat them, Bell said. Keselowski had won the pole Saturday but was dropped to the rear of the field Woods creates buzz at British Open, 4BSEE MORE PHOTOS, 6BBell tops New Hampshire field for second straight Xfinity winBELL continued on 2B B1


2B SU NDAY, JULY 22, 2018 SPORTS LAKE CITY REPORTER SCOREBOARD TV LISTINGSToday AUTO RACING 9:05 a.m. ESPN2 Formula One, Emirates German Grand Prix, at Hockenheim, Germany 2 p.m. NBCSN NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, at Loudon, N.H. BASEBALL 8 p.m. MLB All-American Game, at Chicago (taped) BASKETBALL Noon ESPN The Basketball Tournament, regional round, at Columbus, Ohio 2 p.m. ESPN The Basketball Tournament, regional round, at Columbus, Ohio 4 p.m. ESPN2 The Basketball Tournament, regional round, at Columbus, Ohio 6 p.m. ESPN2 The Basketball Tournament, regional round, at Columbus, Ohio CYCLING 7:30 a.m. NBCSN Tour de France, Stage 15, from Millau to Carcassonne, France DRAG RACING 3 p.m. FOX NHRA, Mile-High Nationals, finals, at Morrison, Colo. EXTREME SPORTS 1 p.m. ABC X Games Minneapolis GOLF 7 a.m. NBC British Open, final round, at Carnoustie, Scotland 4 p.m. GOLF PGA Tour, Barbasol Championship, final round, at Auburn, Ala. HORSE RACING 4 p.m. FS2 Saratoga Live, Coaching Club American Oaks, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. MLB BASEBALL 2 p.m. TBS St. Louis at Chicago Cubs 8 p.m. ESPN N.Y. Mets at N.Y. Yankees MIXED MARTIAL ARTS Noon FS1 UFC Fight Night, prelims, at Hamburg, Germany 2 p.m. FS1 UFC Fight Night, Mauricio Rua vs. Anthony Smith, at Hamburg, Germany RUGBY 2:30 p.m. NBC 2018 World Cup Sevens, Challenge Trophy semifinals, at San Francisco 7 p.m. NBCSN 2018 World Cup Sevens, Cup bracket and Ceremony, at San Francisco SOCCER 2:30 p.m. ESPN2 ICC Futures Tournament, Final, at Orlando, Fla. 4 p.m. ESPN International Champions Cup, Liverpool vs. Borussia Dortmund, at Charlotte, N.C. WNBA BASKETBALL 3 p.m. NBA Seattle at Atlanta 6 p.m. NBA Los Angeles at ChicagoMLB STANDINGSAmerican League East Division W L Pc t GB Bost on 69 30 .697 New Yor k 62 34 .646 5 Tampa Ba y 49 48 .505 19 Tor onto 45 52 .464 23 Baltimore 28 71 .283 41 Cen tral Division W L Pc t GB Cleveland 53 43 .552 Minnesota 44 51 .463 8 Detr oit 41 58 .414 13 Chicago 33 63 .344 20 Kansas C ity 28 68 .292 25 West Division W L Pc t GB Houston 65 35 .650 Sea ttle 59 39 .602 5 Oakland 55 43 .561 9 Los A ngeles 49 49 .500 15 Te xas 41 57 .418 23 National L eague East Division W L Pc t GB Philadelphia 54 42 .563 Atlan ta 53 42 .558 Washingt on 48 49 .495 6 Miami 42 57 .424 13 New Yor k 40 55 .421 13 Cen tral Division W L Pc t GB Chicago 56 39 .589 Milw aukee 55 44 .556 3 St Louis 49 47 .510 7 Pittsbur gh 49 49 .500 8 Cincinna ti 43 54 .443 14 West Division W L Pc t GB Los A ngeles 54 43 .557 Ar izona 53 45 .541 1 Color ado 52 45 .536 2 San Francisco 51 48 .515 4 San Diego 40 60 .400 15 Feds: B asketball coach bribed by indicted Florida man MIAMI (AP) Federal authorities say a Florida businessman already charged with orchestrating a massive Medicare fraud scheme bribed a former university basketball coach to help get his son admitted to an Ivy League university. Prosecutors allege the payments were intended to help the son of nursing home owner Philip Esformes, who is accused of filing false Medicare and Medicaid claims. The Miami Herald initially reported the new charges. Howard Srebnick, an attorney for Esformes, said his client will plead not guilty. The indictment released Friday did not name the university or coach. But Srebnick said prosecutors disclosed in court that assistant Celtics coach Jerome Allen received the payments while he was head coach at University of Pennsylvania. Allen has not been charged. AP Source: Thunder F Dakari Johnson being traded to Orlando OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The Oklahoma City Thunder are trading reserve center Dakari Johnson to the Orlando Magic. A person with knowledge of the details confirmed the move to The Associated Press on Friday. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the situation publicly. Yahoo Sports, which first reported the deal, said Oklahoma City will get guard Rodney Purvis in the deal. Purvis aver aged 6.0 points and 1.7 rebounds in 16 appearances for the Magic last season. The Orlando Sentinel said the Thunder also sent cash to the Magic. Johnson played 31 games last season for the Thunder with six starts. He aver aged 1.8 points and 1.1 rebounds per game. The 7-footer averaged 23.3 points and 10.3 rebounds in 10 games for the Oklahoma City Blue, the Thunders G-League affiliate, last season. PHOTOS BY JEN CHASTEEN/Special to the ReporterFore!Quail Heights Country Club wrapped up its third summer session of its Junior Golf Camp this past week. Campers, ages five to 17, learned fundamentals, game rules and other aspects of the game during the camp this week. Dozens of young golfers participated in the three-session camp this summer. LEFT: Payton Gainey practices chip shot during Thursdays session. RIGHT: Micah Blackwell (Left) and Chad Sanders in action. because he was late to the mandatory drivers meeting. It proved to be nothing more than a mild inconvenience for Keselowski in the No. 22 Ford. He stormed past the second-tier regulars and had his fourth straight Xfinity win in sight. Bell, who drives for Joe Gibbs Racing, had the fresh tires that Keselowski needed and that was enough to ring in a victory lane celebration. Bell gave his checkered flag to a young fan in the stands. I hope it means a lot more to that kid than it is to me, he said. You know, we get trophies, we get all sorts of trophies, so hopefully it means a lot to that kid. JGR fields cars for Busch and Bell, one reason its continued to have success in Xfinity. Theyve won before me, theyre going to win after me, Bell said. Its my job to make sure they win with me. Ryan Preece, John Hunter Nemechek and Matt Tift completed the top five to complete a solid showing for the Xfinity regulars. You see all this crap going around the Internet that Cup guys shouldnt be allowed in Xfinity, Bell said. Why? Because Xfinity is supposed to be the series where the stars of NASCARs future are discovered. Instead, they spent this season looking up at Cup regulars Busch, Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Larson, Joey Logano, Ryan Blaney and Austin Dillon as race winners. But Bell said he wanted them in Xfinity so he could race against the best drivers in NASCAR. Busch led more than 100 laps last week at Kentucky before he faded late and Bell took advantage for the win. At New Hampshire, Bell was aided by four fresh tires down the stretch that helped make the difference. Keselowski nipped at Bells bumper over the final three laps but could never reel him in for the decisive pass. I didnt have any rear left tire, Keselowski said. I think we would have won today on four (tires) but thats not the way it played out. Bell, the 2017 Truck Series champion, is certainly talented enough to find himself in a Cup ride the next few years. Its just a matter of where hell fit in a series where top rides are scarce. Bell said hes just getting started in Xfinity. Whenever you come to here, you step in this equipment at Joe Gibbs Racing, youre expected to win, he said. Pressures on for you to deliver and thankfully Ive been able to deliver, at least some of the time. BELLContinued From 1BVettel takes pole for German GP; Hamilton down in 14thAssociated PressHOCKENHEIM, Germany Sebastian Vettel secured pole position for the German Grand Prix while Lewis Hamiltons hopes took another blow on Saturday. Already trailing Vettel by eight points in the title race, Hamilton starts Sundays race from 14th place after a hydraulic failure. A huge roar went up from German fans at the Hockenheimring as their local favorite Vettel grew up near the track moved to the top of the leaderboard with seconds left in qualifying. Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas had only just beaten Vettels leading time when Vettel produced a stunning lap to move back in front by about 0.2 seconds. To do it here, just minutes from where I was born and grew up, it means a lot, Vettel said. Im confident for tomorrow. Vettel has won the German GP only once five years ago when it was held at the Nuerburgring but never at Hockeneim. His 55th career pole position felt even sweeter. Todays one of my best. I have a mixed relationship with this track. For some reason it has never come together, Vettel said. The car was really a pleasure to drive. Some days you can feel you have something in your hands. Thats the feeling I had. Ferraris good day was completed with Kimi Raikkonen third fastest, ahead of Red Bulls Max Verstappen. Earlier, German fans cheered for a different reason when Hamiltons Mercedes suddenly stalled on track in the first part of qualifying, known as Q1. It happened shortly after Hamilton slid off the track, went through some rough grass, and jumped a kerb momentarily airborne before coming back onto the track. It was the hydraulics ... the power steering failed, Hamilton said. I was carrying a lot of speed and I couldnt really slow down. The British driver desperately tried to push his car back to the pits so he could continue qualifying, but even with the help of track officials he realized it was a futile effort. Moments later, Hamilton was slumped over his car, head down for several moments. It was a shame to see him go out, and I mean it, said Vettel, who is aiming for his fifth win this season and 52nd overall. Hamilton is one win away from matching F1 great Michael Schumachers record of four German GP wins, but he will need an exceptional drive and probably a little good fortune to achieve that. B2


SU NDAY, JULY 22, 2018 SPORTS LAKE CITY REPORTER 3B By MONTY STEPHENSSpecial to the ReporterFreshwater anglers should add fishing the upper Suwannee from the Cone Bridge Boat Ramp on their to do list. Although the Cone Bridge no longer exists, its legacy lives on in a boat ramp named in its honor. The Cone Bridge Boat Ramp is located about 25 miles north of Lake City just west of HWY 441. Although the road leading to the boat ramp is dirt, it is well maintained and an easy ride. The actual boat ramp itself is concrete and is in very good condition. Even though the boat ramp sign depicts a canoe, the ramp could easily handle boats 18 ft. and under. Flowing at a steady 1.5 mph or so, the river twists and winds its way through dense forest land. Because of the mild turbulence, a trolling motor is a good thing to have in order to keep the boat properly positioned while fishing. I fished upstream (north) of the boat ramp and let the current drift me back down. I checked water depth numerous times with my five foot boat paddle. It never touched bottom. Nonetheless, it would be inadvisable to run a boat at speeds needed to plane because of submerged logs in the river. The banks of the river rise sharply on each side to 25-30 feet. Trees line the rivers edge but are not so thick as to make fishing difficult. Only twice did I entangle my plastic worm in a trees branches. Below the surface are numerous unseen logs and branches. Its these underwater, unseen limbs and logs that snag tackle. Be prepared to loose several lures. Numerous sandbars and limestone outcroppings are present along this portion of the Suwannee River. Although the land surrounding the river is private, there are numerous foot trails along the river. This presents opportunities for some good fishing from shore, without a boat. During my visit, only two other fishing parties were present. One was from Hamilton County and were targeting catfish. I was able to speak with them at midday. They were not regular visitors to the Suwannee and had decided to fish from the Cone Bridge Boat Ramp for a change of pace. They hadnt had much luck and attributed this to their being new to the area. Judging from the trailer behind a truck with an Alabama license plate in the parking lot, the other group was presumed to be canoers. Hopefully they were floating down to the boat ramp and the truck was their pickup vehicle. Because paddling back upstream would be a chore. For myself, I strictly bass fished. I managed to catch two small bass but had at least four boils on a top water lure. After losing three plastic worm setups, I switched to a top water lure in order to stop from getting hung up. As noted before, this part of the river requires plenty of extra tackle. Just as a guess, the river averages 60 ft. wide. In a boat, its easy to cast from bank to bank. For this reason, as a matter of etiquette, boaters need to distance themselves from each other. But this was no problem during my fishing trip as I never passed another boat. A lot of outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen want to experience Old Florida. I do too. But fishing the upper Suwannee is more Wild Florida than Old Florida. Hopefully this unspoiled section of the River will stay like it is for years to come. This is the Suwannee River as it was 100 years ago. There are no jet skis, high powered bass boats, or homes built on its banks. Without a doubt, the Suwannee River is one of the crown jewels of north Florida. And our section in Columbia County is just as nature intended it to be, a diamond in the roughunspoiled, wild, and untouched.Fishing destination upper Suwannee RiverCOURTESYFishing is excellent on the Suwannee River. TOP: Fishermen from Hamilton County departing the Cone Bridge Boat Ramp for a day of fishing. BOTTOM: Upper Suwannnee River bass just before being released at boat side. Help plan the future of L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental AreaFrom staff reportsA 10-year plan for the L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental Area will be presented at a public hearing in Leon County on Thursday, July 26. People are invited to the 7 p.m. public hearing at the Renaissance Center, 435 N. Macomb St., in Tallahassee. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) staff will present the draft land management plan for the FWC-managed WEA, and people will be encouraged to comment and ask questions. The L. Kirk Edwards WEA is about 7 miles east of downtown Tallahassee in eastern Leon County. It encompasses most of lower Lake Lafayette and the upper St. Marks River. Its outdoor recreation opportunities include paddling, hiking, biking, fishing, wildlife viewing, hunting and horseback riding. Wood storks, Shermans fox squirrels, gopher tortoises, eastern indigo snakes, bald eagles, white-tailed deer, wood ducks and American alligators are among the native wildlife species living in its swamps, bottomland forests and upland pines. L. Kirk Edwards WEA was purchased to ensure the conservation of fish and wildlife resources, other natural and cultural resources, and for fishand wildlife-based public outdoor recre ation, said Lindsay Slautterback, an FWC land conservation planner. This draft plan will specify how we intend to do that. All lands purchased with public funds must have a management plan that ensures the property will be managed in a manner that is consistent with the intended purposes of the purchase. Hunting and fishing regulations are not included in this plan or meeting; those are addressed through a separate public process. To obtain a copy of the land management prospectus for L. Kirk Edwards WEA, contact Lindsay Slautterback at 850-4879982 or Lindsay.Slautterback@ For more information and background on the public hearing as well as management plans and their goals, visit and select Terrestrial and then Management Plans (WMA). Learn more about the L. Kirk Edwards WEA by going to and selecting Wildlife Viewing, Wildlife Management Areas and then Explore by Name. Free womens and adult saltwater fishing clinics coming up in Panama City BeachFrom staff reportsThe Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is hosting a Womens Saltwater Fishing Clinic on July 28 and an Adult Saltwater Fishing Clinic on July 29, both in Panama City Beach. The free, day-long clinics are from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at St. Andrews State Park, 4607 State Park Lane. Advance registration is required.To register, go to, External Website click on Calendar and select Fishing Clinics Adult and Womens from the drop-down menu All Categories. If you have issues registering or have other questions, email Heather Sneed at Heather. or call 850-487-0554. The Adult Saltwater Fishing Clinic is for women and men 18 years of age or older, with no prior saltwater fishing experience needed. Participants will take home a lifelong hobby and leave with a new appreciation for the marine environment. They will learn the basics of conservation stewardship, fishing ethics, angling skills, safety and the vulnerability of Floridas marine ecosystems, all in a fun, laid-back atmosphere. Lessons include knot tying, rod and reel rigging, how to be a responsible marine resource steward, marine fish and habitat identification, catch-and-release techniques and more. If conditions allow, participants will have the opportunity to practice their newly learned skills by fishing from shore or a pier. This event is a catchand-release activity. All participants must have a valid recreational saltwater fishing license unless exempt. Saltwater fishing licenses can be purchased at your local tackle shop or online. Learn more by visiting Fishing equipment and bait are provided during the clinic, but participants are encouraged to bring their own gear. B3


4B LAKE CITY REPOR TER SPORTS SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018 Sports Department 754-0420COURTESYTiger Woods of the US celebrates a birdie on the 9th hole during the third round of the British Open Golf Championship in Carnoustie, Scotland, Saturday. Woods creates buzz at Carnoustie with 66By STEVE DOUGLASAssociated PressCARNOUSTIE, Scotland For 20 minutes on a warm Saturday afternoon at the British Open, Tiger Woods name was back atop a leaderboard at a major championship and Carnoustie was buzzing. Not much in golf compares with Woods on a charge. So when he rolled in a 40-foot birdie putt on No. 9, stiffed an approach inside two feet for birdie at No. 10, and nearly drove onto the green to set up a tap-in birdie at No. 11, there was a feeling something special was happening. Then three holes later, Woods two-putted for birdie at No. 14 and there he was, right at the top of the giant yellow leaderboards dotted all around Carnoustie, tied for the lead with five players at 6 under. It would be ... better on Sunday, Woods said after his 5-under 66 to get back into the mix. But Im right there. A bogey at the par-3 16th stalled the momentum, and Woods had to scramble for a par at the last after landing his drive on the bank of the Barry Burn and into the deep rough. His 66 wasnt even the best of the day Justin Rose shot 64, Francesco Molinari 65 but it likely will be what fans talk about when they leave. With two hours left in the third round, Woods was three shots off the lead and in contention for his first major in 10 years. Its been a few years since Ive felt like this, Woods said. The sun was peeking out of the clouds and Woods was walking up the first fairway when one spectator, a beer in his hand, shouted: Go on Tiger, we got your back. It certainly felt that way when the deep gallery surrounding the first green roared their approval at Woods holing a 10-foot putt for par, after he sent his approach right of the green. It was one of the few times Woods was out of position all afternoon in a round where he hit driver six times, compared with three times in the second round and once on Thursday. Youre the man, Tiger, everyone knows it, shouted another spectator flanking the fairway on the sixth hole. And Woods playing partner sensed an aura around the 14-time major champion. Woods was back at the top of his game, said Shaun Morris, who got Woods to sign four new gloves after the round and planned to give them to his friends back home in South Africa. The last time Woods led or held a share of the lead at the end of a round at a major was in 2012, at the U.S. PGA Championship. On Saturday, it happened during a round, and only briefly. I didnt know I was tied for the lead, Woods said. I knew I was within one. But I was right there.Woods has a chance, but dont get too excited By TIM DAHBERGAssociated Press CARNOUSTIE, Scotland They crowded 15 deep against the metal railings down the left side of the 18th fairway, beers put aside and phones pulled out for the moment at hand. All day long they had heard the cheers rolling across the links of Carnoustie and, finally, he was here. This was their chance to help bring Tiger Woods home. Tigah, they shouted as Woods hacked out of the rough and then stuck a wedge to 3 feet on the final hole. Go on Tigah! If it wasnt exactly Tigermania, it was close. On this day Zach Johnson didnt matter to most of the crowd at the British Open, and neither did Kevin Kisner. Even defending champion Jordan Spieth seemed ordinary, in a round where he was doing some extraordinary things. On a British Open leaderboard full of big names, there was only one star. And that could lead to a lot of disappointed golf fans in the final round when it really matters. For Woods, Saturdays have been the easiest part of his latest comeback. The real test comes Sunday, when hell have to find a way to come from behind and actually win the Open something he didnt do even in his prime. Hes four shots back of Spieth and two others after a sparkling 5-under 66. Its the closest hes been to the lead in a major championship since he was two back at Muirfield in 2013. But there are five players between him and the outright lead and what amounts to two threesomes tied with him. At the age of 42, finding a way to win is going to be a tall task. It would be, as you said, better on Sunday, Woods said in response to a question afterward. But Im right there. Ive got a chance at this, which is great. Woods isnt the only one who thinks so. The possibility of him vying for the lead on Sunday is as tantalizing for at least one of his competitors as it is for golf fans. And therein lies another problem for Woods. The players of yesterday used to roll over for him. The players of today want to mix it up with him. Ive always wanted to battle it out in a major with Tiger, Spieth said. Who hasnt? Its kind of a dream come true just to have the opportunity. Spieth believes there will be a much different golf course in front of players Sunday than there was in the third round, when the greens were holding, the wind was nonexistent and the temperature as warm as it gets this time of the year in Scotland. That will make it more difficult on the opening stretch of holes for everyone in the later groups, including Spieth who hit a driver onto the first green and made eagle on his way to a 65 that tied him with Kisner and Xander Schauffele. It could also lead to early players leapfrogging over the group of players and there are seven in all tied with Woods for sixth place and making it even more difficult to move up the leaderboard. Thats certainly doable with hopefully the weather that comes in tomorrow, Woods said of his chances. If it doesnt come in and we get conditions like this, then we know were going to have to shoot between 6-, 7-, 8-under par tomorrow to have a chance. For Woods, theres an added burden. He not only hasnt won in his latest comeback, but has made crucial mistakes on the few occasions he was able to sniff a leaderboard. He surely hasnt forgotten how to win, but he hasnt been able to will himself to a win as he might have in the past. And the fact remains its been 10 years since he last won a major championship, no matter how much he still excites a crowd. Still, on Saturday he did his best imitation yet of Tiger Woods in his prime. Woods pulled driver out of the bag six times after using it only four times in his first two rounds combined and for the most part hit it straight and long. His putts were also spot on, and it could be argued he ran enough of them around the hole that his round should have been even lower. For 20 or so glorious minutes he even had a share of the lead, before a 3-putt on 16 and a surge from those playing behind him toppled Woods from the top. Best yet, hes feeling a bit like the Tiger of old. Its been a few years since Ive felt like this, Woods said. Hes got 18 holes to make a move, 18 holes to make a statement. Eighteen holes where he will have to believe just as much as the fans.COURTESYTiger Woods prepares to tee off the 14th tee during the third round of the British Open Golf Championship in Carnoustie, Scotland, Saturday. Spieth part of 3-way tie for lead By DAN GELSTONAssociated PressCARNOUSTIE, Scotland Jordan Spieth set the tone pulling driver on the 396-yard opening hole and sending it bouncing and rolling to 10 feet for eagle. Moments later, Tiger Woods sent the gallery into a frenzy with three straight birdies to get into contention at a major for the first time in five years. On a day of calm conditions, low scores and endless cheers, the biggest buzz on Saturday was anticipating what the final round might bring. Weve got pretty much a new tournament tomorrow, Spieth said. Spieth rode his eagle to a bogey-free round of 6-under 65, giving him a three-way tie for the lead with Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner, and giving him a chance to become the first player in 10 years to win back-toback at the British Open. Schauffele, the PGA Tour rookie of the year last season, holed a 30-foot putt from behind the 18th green for a 67. Kisner made a tough par save on the 17th and saved par again from behind the 18th green for a 68. They were at 9-under 204. And for the first time, all of them get to experience a final round at a major with Woods in the hunt. Woods started quietly enough with a few birdies through eight holes, not exceptional because Justin Rose already matched the course record at Carnoustie for the British Open with a 64. But Woods rolled in a 40-foot birdie putt on No. 9, followed with short birdie putts on the next two holes and with a twoputt birdie on the par-5 14th, he put his name atop the leaderboard. It was there for only 20 minutes. But it was there. A bogey on the 16th and a par save from short of the Barry Burn on the 18th gave him a 66, his lowest score in a major since the 2011 Masters, and left him only four shots behind going into the final round. Woods, winless in the majors since the 2008 U.S. Open, hasnt been this close to the lead going into the final round at a major since he was two shots back at Muirfield five years ago. Im right there, he said. Ive got a chance at this, which is great. And he has company. Kevin Chappell, who spent most of his round watching Spieth put on a show, birdied the 18th for a 67 and was two shots behind. Francesco Molinari had a 66 and will play in the third-to-last group with Woods. Oakland As acquire closer Jeurys Familia from N.Y. MetsAssociated PressOAKLAND, Calif. After three years of missing the playoffs and dealing away fan favorites like Yoenis Cespedes, Josh Donaldson and Sonny Gray, the Oakland Athletics are trying to steer themselves in the opposite direction. They certainly took a significant step Saturday by acquiring New York Mets reliever Jeurys Familia to bolster a bullpen that includes All-Star closer Blake Treinen. You always want to be in this position where youre potentially adding, As manager Bob Melvin said. Weve had three years where its been just the opposite. Three weeks ago. maybe this isnt a conversation but the way the teams played in the last month put is in a position to be able to do something like this. Traditionally sellers at the deadline, the As overcame a slow start and are in the midst of the wild card picture in the American League. They went into Saturday nights game against the San Francisco Giants having won 21 of 28 since June 16, tied with the Boston Red Sox for the best record in the majors during that stretch. An All-Star in 2016, Familia was 4-4 with a 2.88 ERA and 17 saves in 21 chances with the Mets this season. The 28-year-old right-hander struck out 43 and walked 14 in 40 appearances covering 40 2/3 innings. Although the righthander can become a free agent after this season, the As didnt shy away from making the move in hopes of enhancing their playoff prospects this year. There were reports that the two sides were close to a deal late Friday night. Familia was at Yankee Stadium on Saturday morning but left before the start of the Mets 7-6 loss. We thought he was the best guy out there, Oakland general manager David Forst said. Adding a reliever right now was the best option and we thought Jeurys was the best guy. Weve been talking to the Mets for a while, and were happy that it came together. The move is a distinct change from what the As have done in recent years. B4


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VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment 4'X10' Assembled Trailer, ideal for small livestock, easy pull, $400 OBO 386-466-8050 4/2 newly renovated, convenient to schools & downtown, no pets, 1st + last + $500 sec $1000/mo, 755-3456 Tree and Stump removal, lic & ins, free est., call Danny 90 4-222505 4 Wanted unwanted livestock; horses, goats, cows: free pickup, call Danny 904-222-5054 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O F THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.: 12-2018-CP000057-CPAX-MX IN RE: THE ESTATE OF LELAND N. DOUBERLEY, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of LELAND N. DOUBERLEY, deceased, whose date of death was December 17, 2017; File Number 18-057-CP, is pending in the Circuit Court fo r Columbia County, Florida, Probate Division, the address o f which is 173 NE Hernando Avenue, Lake City, Florida 32055. The names and addresses o f the personal representatives and their attorney are set forth below. 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6B LAKE CITY REPOR TER SPORTS SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018 Classied Department 755-5440 PHOTOS BY ERIC JACKSON/Lake City ReporterLEFT: Braden Hough (right), 8, and Anderson Mitchell, 9, have chat before their heats Saturday morning. RIGHT: Kayden Ellis, 11, performs the butterfly stroke during a race in the season finale. LEFT: Audrey Mitchell, 6, gasps for air during her freestyle heat. RIGHT: Cassidy ONeal, 11, performs the butterfly during the season finale Saturday morning. Columbia Swim Teams Annabelle Glenn, Avery Crocker, Daney Kendron, and Casey Fair show off their medals after a strong race finish. Stars push for new to improve state of racingBy DAN GELSTONAssociated PressLOUDON, N.H. NASCAR has been reluctant to make more than modest tweaks to its schedule. That hasnt stopped its drivers this summer from wondering about possibilities in hopes of luring more fans: a Cup race on Eldora dirt. more races at short tracks. no more multiple races at the same track. try Iowa; go back to Rockingham. The idea of blowing up a schedule that has largely remained unchanged for most of the last decade is hardly a novel idea, and drivers have long lobbied NASCAR to try something new and mix things up over the staid summer months. Denny Hamlin, a 31-time Cup winner, mulled over a few potential schedule shake-ups until he splashed cold water on the campaigning. None of this is ever going to happen, Hamlin said. Not until these tracks and NASCAR get together and are willing to make changes. That seems unlikely in the immediate future for a variety of reasons from sanction ing agreements with tracks that run through 2020 to safety upgrades and even the threat of litigation should a track lose a race. The sport has resisted even such fan-friendly schedule changes, like running weeknight races or rotating the site of All-Star weekend. Its going to have to take someone way high up saying, Were making changes and this is what were going to do, for it to happen, Hamlin said. But it definitely wont happen in the next few years until that contracts over with. One of the few fun additions over the last decade came when NASCAR added a Truck Series race on the half-mile Eldora Speedway dirt track in Ohio. The series made its annual stop on the dirt this week for the only time this season. Retired NASCAR champion Tony Stewart owns the track and used his forum to push for the sport to at least bring the second-tier Xfinity Series to the dirt. Like most issues facing NASCAR, few agree on any topic. Kyle Larson, a noted sprint car racer, said NASCAR should stay above the muck. I wouldnt like to see Cup on dirt, he said. Cup belongs on pavement and real road course tracks. If we went to Eldora, yeah, I mean I would be excited because I would be really fast and I feel like I would definitely have the best shot to win. But at the same time, I think we are fine not going there. The race winner at Eldora is awarded a Golden Shovel, which seems fitting because these days everyone is piling on NASCAR. How low can they go? The ratings reports could win a limbo contest with the regular bottoming out of all-time lows or decadeworsts for most races. Kentucky had 2.3 million viewers Saturday on NBC Sports Network and reported it was the 15th of 17 Cup races this season that had its ratings decline double-digits to multiyear lows. B6


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2C LAKE CIT Y REPOR TER BUSINESS WEEK OF SUNDAY, JULY 2228, 2018Take back your time this summer Being a summer baby, I love the warm weather months. I love cookouts and picnics, vacations, and being outside as much as possible. Everyone is in a better mood, and it seems like there are endless fun things to do and get into.During the summer season, many of us have dreams and plans for what wed like to do. But if were not careful, its easy to go from school-year-crazy to summer-crazy, and we end up just shifting from one version of busy to another. Instead of letting your summer get away from you, try these four tips to take back your time, so that you can make the most of it this summer at home and at work. Identify your priorities Before each month begins, be proactive and arrange your calendar to reflect whats important to you. If that means visiting your aging parents three states away, then put them at the top of your list even if your kids have to miss a soccer game or two. When you manage your commitments, they stop managing you. Create space in your schedule We often feel guilted into taking on responsibilities that are not our own, like chaperoning field trips or saying yes to extra work projects. Stop raising your hand just because no one else will step up. When you commit to less, youll free up more time for your own priorities. Schedule leisure time When you finish everything else, then youll spend time reading, exercising, and playing with your kids, right? But that never happens! Go ahead and schedule some leisure time into your calendar. This will help to ensure these important parts of your life receive plenty of time as well. Protect your schedule Even if you start off your week with the best of intentions, things will inevitably come up. Youll get requests from work, invitations from friends, and distractions from every corner of your life. Its vital that you protect your schedule. Practice saying no to last-minute requests and invitations that conflict with your priorities. If you can remember to do these four things during the summer season, youll have less stress and more fun. Isnt that what summer is all about? Christy Wright is the creator of Business Boutique, a Certified Business Coach and a Ramsey Personality with a passion for equipping women with the knowledge and steps they need to successfully run and grow a business. Since joining Ramsey Solutions in 2009, she has spo ken to thousands across the country at womens conferences, national business conferences, Fortune 500 companies and her own sold-out live events. She is the host of the Business Boutique Podcast and her new book, Business Boutique, released April 2017. You can follow Wright on Twitter and Instagram @ ChristyBWright and online at or facebook. com/OfficialChristyWright. CHRISTY WRIGHT FDC seeking new recruits in Lake City, statewideFrom staff/wire reportsThe Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) announces $1,000 hiring bonuses for new hires at institutions statewide. Applicants who complete their correctional officer certification through either FDC or certain state colleges will be eligible for the bonus. Paid training is available. Certified new hires are eligible to receive bonuses at the following institutions: Columbia Correctional Institution (Lake City) Cross City Correctional Institution (Cross City) Franklin Correctional Institution (Carrabelle) Florida State Prison (Raiford) Gulf Correctional Institution (Wewahitchka) Hamilton Correctional Institution (Jasper) Hardee Correctional Institution (Bowling Green) Martin Correctional Institution (Indiantown) Mayo Correctional Institution (Mayo) Northwest Florida Reception Center (Chipley) Okeechobee Correctional Institution (Okeechobee) Reception and Medical Center (Lake Butler) Santa Rosa Correctional Institution (Milton) Suwannee Correctional Institution (Live Oak) Taylor Correctional Institution (Perry) Union Correctional Institution (Raiford) Wakulla Correctional Institution (Crawfordville) For more information regarding a career with the Florida Department of Corrections, please visit FLDOCjobs.comwhere you can watch our recruitment video. New insights and resources for small businessesSmall businesses are critical to powering the national economy. They are also responsible for creating two out of every three new jobs in the country each year, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Are you a small business owner or looking to start your own company? Consider the following trends and developments. Insights Three out of four small businesses expect to increase their range of products and services in the next year, according to a recent survey commissioned by CIT Group and conducted by The Harris Poll. According to the survey, top priorities include expanding within current geographies (72 percent) and adjacent markets 58 percent). Half of small businesses also say improving technology is a top investment priority this year, followed by equipment upgrades (47 percent) and hiring staff (36 percent). Despite optimism, some concerns for small business owners remain around data security, inflation, interest rates and capital costs in the coming year. Resources Understanding these key trends can help small businesses innovate and contextualize potential challenges, says John Donohue, head of CITs digital small business lending group. Whether a business is updating its technology, purchasing new equipment or expanding into new markets, an experienced lender can provide the capital needed. Additionally, the U.S. Small Business Administrations Learning Center provides online courses to help you learn about the financing process and a number of other critical small business topics. To grow your small business, learn more about opportunities and resources available to you. -StatePoint WavebreakMediaMicro/stock.Adobe.comMost small businesses expect to increase their range of products and services in the coming year, according to research. 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WE EK OF SUNDAY, JULY 2228, 2018 BUSINESS LAKE CITY REPORTER 3C Appeal to house hunters with smart home upgradesFrom smart thermostats to remotely controlled showers, connected homes are all the rage for todays homeowners and those looking to make a purchase, providing easy opportunities to boost your profit when you sell. Over half of Millennials (57 percent) believe that smart home technology is a good investment in their home, according to a recent survey by Better Homes and Gardens. Upgrading to include connected items can make your home more appealing to this next generation of homebuyers in particular. If youre looking to sell, here are some of the latest and greatest smart home upgrades to have on your radar. Climate Control Your thermostat is responsible for half your energy bill -more than appliances and electronics -so make sure to choose one wisely. Consider installing a smart thermostat, which learns your temperature preferences, and can save energy by turning heating and cooling on and off, based on the weather outside, your homes energy profile and more. Potential homebuyers will love the energy savings, as well as the ability to control the thermostat from anywhere with their devices. A Hands-Free faucet Imagine the convenience of having a kitchen faucet turn water on or off, without a touch. Faucets with hands-free technology allow users to easily activate the faucet with the wave of a hand. Great for when your hands are too full or messy to turn on the faucet, the technology also minimizes the spread of dirt and germs, since theres no need to touch the faucet to start the flow of water. Its just the type of smart upgrade to attract house hunters of all ages -and easy on the wallet, with options available for under $300. Bright lighting Smart lighting dimmer and sensor systems allow you to turn lights on and off remotely with a smartphone, and can be customized to perform certain actions, such as slowly growing brighter as you wake up or turning off automatically when you leave your home providing added convenience and customization for prospective buyers. These systems are especially useful when youre traveling allowing you to turn your lights on and off remotely, so your home doesnt look empty while youre away. Picture showing potential buyers how they can control all of the lights in the home with one device, or turn off the lights after theyre snuggled up in bed and get ready for the offers to roll in. A digital shower An updated bathroom is a huge selling point for potential buyers. If youre planning a renovation, enhancing your space with a digital shower can make a big difference for your family now and for future homebuyers. By swapping just one or two items -like your thermostat or a builder-grade kitchen faucet you can achieve a sleeker, smarter home. And while the return on investment varies for each product, theyre all sure to appeal to tech-loving homebuyers whenever you choose to sell. -StatePointCOURTESYFaucets with hands free technology allow for added conveinence. Zuckerbergs Holocaust comment puts Facebook on the spotThe Associated PressDenying the Holocaust happened is probably OK on Facebook. Calling for a mob to kill Jews is not. Mark Zuckerbergs awkward and eyebrow-raising attempt this week to explain where Facebook draws the line illustrates the complexities social media platforms face as they take on the unwanted role of referee in this age of online misinformation, manipulation and hate speech. Facebook, with 2.2 billion users, disallows such things as nudity, the selling of guns, credible threats of violence, and direct attacks on people because of their race, sex or sexual orientation. Hours after the Facebook founders comments about Holocaust deniers aired on Wednesday, the company announced it will also start removing misinformation that could lead to bloodshed. The policy will begin in Sri Lanka and expand to Myanmar, where Facebook users have been accused of inciting anti-Muslim violence. But beyond those guidelines, there are large gray areas. What, exactly, qualifies as supporting terrorist groups versus merely posting about them? Or mocking someones premature death some thing that is also prohibited? If Facebook were to ban Holocaust denial, it might also be called on to prohibit the denial of other historical events, such as the Armenian genocide or the massacre of Native Americans by European colonizers. This, Facebook might argue, could lead to a slippery slope where the company finds itself trying to verify the historical accuracy of users posts. So, where it can, Facebook stays out of policing content. While thousands of Facebook moderators around the world are assigned to review potentially objectionable content, aided by artificial intelligence, executives like to say the company doesnt want to become an arbiter of truth and instead tries to let users decide for themselves. This is why fake news isnt actually banned from Facebook, though you might see less of it these days thanks to the companys algorithms and third-party fact-checking efforts. Instead, Facebook might label disputed news stories as such and show you related content that might change your mind. YouTube recently started doing this too. Twitter has been even more freewheeling in what sorts of content it allows, only recently ramping up a crackdown on hate and abuse. Facebook doesnt want to put time and resources to policing content. Its costly and difficult, said Steve Jones a professor of communications at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Its a difficult job, Im sure an emotionally draining job, and given the scale of Facebook, it would take a lot of people to monitor what goes through that platform. At the same time, Jones said he has his doubts that throwing more moderators (Facebooks goal is to increase the number from 10,000 to 20,000 this year) and more technology at the problem would make a difference. He said he has no idea how Facebook can fix things. If I knew, he said, Id probably be sitting next to Mr. Zuckerberg asking for a big fat check. Why these companies try to stay out of regulating speech goes back to their roots. They were all founded by engineers as tech companies that shun labels such as media and editor. Facebooks chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, even said in an interview last year that, as a tech company, Facebook hires engineers not reporters and journalists. Then theres the legal shield. While a newspaper can be held responsible for something printed on its pages, internet companies by law are not responsible for the content others post on their sites. If they start policing content too much editing, if you will tech companies risk becoming media companies. Zeynep Tufekci, a prominent techno-sociologist, said on Twitter that the notion that you can fight bad speech with good speech doesnt really work in a Facebook world, if it ever did. Facebook is in over its head, she tweeted Thursday, but she also confessed that nobody has a full answer. In an interview with Recode Zuckerberg, who is Jewish, said posts denying the Nazi annihilation of 6 million Jews took place would not necessarily be removed. Zuckerberg said that as long as posts are not calling for harm or violence, even offensive content should be protected. While this has been a longstanding posi tion at the company, Zuckerbergs statement and his reasoning that he doesnt think Holocaust deniers are intentionally getting it wrong caused an uproar. The Anti-Defamation League said Facebook has a moral and ethical obligation not to allow people to disseminate Holocaust denial. Zuckerberg later tried to explain his words, saying in an email to Recodes Kara Swisher that he personally finds Holocaust denial deeply offensive, and I absolutely didnt intend to defend the intent of people who deny that. Still, for now the policy is not changing. The BEST partner to your morning coffee. very Call to subscribe today! 386-752-1293News, sports, weather, local events, classieds and more.


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Ohio Ave., 386-362-1887 Accepting New Patients WE NOW CARRY AeroShell How to help prepare young people for the workforceStudent loan debt is on the rise and, unfortunately, the high cost of tuition doesnt mean that graduates are guaranteed to find high-paying, meaningful work after earning a degree. Our education and workforce development systems are broken right now, and as a result, the country is facing a crisis, says Mark C. Perna, workforce development consultant and education strategist. Millions of jobs in sectors crucially important to our economy and society are open and we have no one with the right skills -or even the desire -to fill them, he says. Perna offers some of his top insights and recommendations: Biases and misconceptions about younger generations continue to persist and theres an intergenerational struggle to connect effectively. Perna refers to Generations Y and Z collectively as the Why Generation, because its members want to understand the why behind everything they are asked to do. We need to get to know and understand their traits and abilities if we expect them to perform beyond expectations. Non-college career paths have become stigmatized in this country. Experts like Perna believe that teachers and parents need to move away from the belief that everyone has to go to a four-year university to be a successful and productive citizen. Fulfilling, high-demand, high-wage careers can be attained by postsecondary training pathways beyond the traditional college route. We should prioritize career development exploration and education as part of the K system, Perna stresses. Even many teachers, counselors and school administrators are themselves unaware of the robust opportunities available to todays youth and have tended to devalue career exploration for the sake of sending everyone through one pathway -college. The Why Generation needs to better understand the relationship between self-motivation and outside motivation when it comes to achieving goals, and parents and teachers can help. To succeed today, young people must develop the wantto that fosters passion, achievement and positive self-esteem. As young people prepare for and enter the world of work, we need to coach them to do three things: focus, plan and take action, says Perna. This generation is tenacious and talented, but they need to be motivated to reach their peak performance. They can do it, but we have to help. -StatePoint pressmaster/stock.Adobe.comThe Why Generation needs to develop a want-to approach to succeed in the workforce.


Traveling with pets? What to knowDo your upcoming travel plans include pets? Whether youre flying to an exciting destination or hitting the road, these suggestions can make the journey easier for animals and humans alike. Prep your pet: Traveling can prove stressful to animals, so dont catch your pet offguard. Before leaving town, practice taking short rides in the car or spending time in a carrier. This will help your pet get used to the experience. If you havent already microchipped your pet, this may be a good opportunity to do so. This is also the time to ensure your pets collar is up-to-date with your current contact information. Pack right: Pack plenty of food and fresh water and a sufficient supply of any medications your pet is taking, as getting refills away from home could be difficult. To alleviate anxiety, bring along pet blankets and toys as reminders of home. Also pack a pet-specific first aid kit, which should include non-stick bandages, adhesive bandages, towels, gauze and your veterinarians phone number. Follow rules: Do your research to ensure youre following rules along the way and at your destination. Check airline policies, as well as hotel and campsite restrictions and accommodations. Travel across state or international borders requires a health certificate. Some locations require more information and documentation. Give yourself plenty of time to handle these details. Your veterinarian can be a good resource in learning what to expect. To that end, a check-up is also a good idea before a trip, as vaccinations or preventive medications may be needed before traveling. Safety first: While seatbelts alone can keep a dog from moving about the cabin of the car, they are not your safest option. To help protect pets in a crash, anchor a crate using a seatbelt or other secure means. When flying, opt to keep your pet in the cabin of the plane if possible. Temperatures and air quality in cargo can put a strain on pets. If your animal is too large to fly in the cabin, speak to your veterinarian about what you can do to keep your pet safe and relaxed in-flight. Prepare for anything: Even the best laid plans can hit snags. Be prepared for the possibility that your pet will become accidentally injured or develop an unexpected illness while traveling, prompting an unplanned trip to the vet. Advance planning is key when traveling with a pet. With a little care, you can make your travels with furry friends safe, fun and memorable. -StatePoint alexei_tm/stock.Adobe.comBy taking a few steps, one can make traveling with pets safe and enjoyable for eveyone. Making the most of local produceFresh, local produce is in its prime, making now the perfect time to take part in the farm-to-table movement. Whether you join a community supported agriculture (CSA) group or shop at your local farmers market, its easy to taste the elevated flavor profile of just-picked fruits and veggies. Make the most of the season with these tips for storing, cooking and savoring fresh produce. Plan, Prioritize, Prepare Plan what produce you will purchase ahead of time. Many farmers markets and CSAs distribute eNewsletters or flyers that highlight whats available. You can also search for seasonality charts in your region to get an idea of what items are at their peak, and plan accordingly. Once youve shopped, prioritize your goods. Use tender greens and any ripe fruits and veggies right away. Roots, bulbs and squash tend to last longer and can be saved for later in the week. Next, properly store produce to help to extend its life. If fridge space is limited, consider cooking down greens by either partially boiling or sauting prior to putting them away, depending on what recipes youve selected for those items. Smoothies, Sauces, Soups Smoothies are a delicious, easy way to pack a lot of produce and nutrition into a meal. And if youre processing the toughest whole foods, like dark, leafy greens, be sure to use a high-powered blender. Take advantage of tomato season, preparing pasta sauces to enjoy now or freeze for those months when they arent readily available from local growers. Try adding red and green bell peppers, and even carrot shavings, to boost the nutritional value of a veggie Bolognese. Soups make use of veggies now and later. Warm weather calls for cool concoctions like gazpacho or cucumber dill soup. A cabbage soup that combines hearty potatoes, onions and carrots can be made for cool fall nights or stored in your freezer for winter. Use it Up Remember that nearly all parts of produce are usable. Vegetables like beets, carrots, kohlrabi and turnips have edible greens that make an excellent addi tion to morning smoothies or a nutrient-rich stir-fry. Compost any remaining scraps. Dont be afraid of bruises or dents. Greens with slightly wilted leaves can be blended with a bit of water and frozen in ice cube trays for future use in soups or smoothies. If you see a great deal on fruit like strawberries or cherries, buy them and combine with sugar and pectin for an easy freezer jam, or dry them out for on-the-go snacks. Shopping for whole foods at farmers markets or joining a CSA is an opportunity to help local farmers and explore your culinary interests. The availability of specific fruits and vegetables ebbs and flows; capture each at its peak to enjoy the bounty throughout the year. -StatePoint nd3000/stock.Adobe.comNearly all parts of green vegetables, and other produce, are usable. 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LAKE CIT Y REPOR TER LIFE SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018 3D July 22: Actor Orson Bean (Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman) is 88. Actress Louise Fletcher is 82. Actor Terence Stamp is 78. Gameshow host Alex Trebek is 76. Singer George Clinton is 75. Singer-actor Bobby Sherman is 73. Actor Danny Glover is 70. SUNDAY CROSSWORD COMPLIMENTAR YBY SAM EZERSK Y AND BYRON W ALDEN / EDITED BY WILL SHOR TZNo. 0715RELEASE DA TE: 7/22/2018 A CROSS1 Iams competitor5 Pretend12 Song sung by Garth Brooks on Ja y Leno s last T onight Show 20 Podcast host Ma ro n21 Fr ed Flintstone s boss22 Weathers, as a hurricane23 T hats me yo ur e looking for24 Compliment to a lawmaker?26 Lesley who played Mrs. Patmore on Downton Abbey28 ____ the sly (be secr etive about)29 Drug used to combat A. D.H.D.30 Short writing assignment, informally32 Really like35 Really like36 Compliment to a composer?39 ____ voce43 Deep, deep hole44 Crme de ____46 Lucky strike?47 Toe, to a tot50 John, Paul or George, but not Ringo52 Alternative to fir st class55 La ke vessel56 Water cooler?58 Cornbread variety named for where its bake d59 Film role for the dog Skippy60 M editative discipline62 Compliment to a lecturer?64 Compliment to a taxonomist?67 Compliment to a champion speller?68 Smallvill e69 2002 Literature Nobelist Kertsz70 Snack with a rock climber on its wrapper71 Head of communications?72 Ge tt ysburg general73 Like many holiday candles74 Gal of W onder Woman77 Banned game projectiles78 [not my mistake]79 W hy you little 81 Wo rd with pr ayer or paddle84 Claim in e-cigarette ads87 Compliment to a charity organizer?93 Dorm V.I.P.s95 Major exporter of uranium96 Hand-to-hand combat weapon97 Long lines?100 Athlete honored on Richmond s Monument Av enue102 Drained of color103 Compliment to a vegetable gar dener?107 What the s stands for in scuba108 Enhanced medium for ta lk radio109 Dr aw upon110 ____ Enchanted (2004 film)111 Result of a computer crash112 Got back at113 Difficult situation DOWN1 Key of Mozarts Odense S ymphon y2 Thin laye r3 ____ to sell4 Color-changing creatures5 Y o te ____ (Spanish 101 phrase)6 Ho w boors behave7 Some inclement weather, in broadcast shorthand8 Oh, by the way 9 GPS system, e.g.10 Suffix with seor11 Bog12 Weapon resembling the letter psi13 Posterior14 Beat after a buzzer beater15 Rubbish16 Alternative to Parmesan17 Chuck ____, four-time Super Bowl-winning coach18 Pick out19 Ur anians and Neptunians25 Lack the courage to, for short27 Musical set in St.Tr opez, familiarly31 Actress Ho ffmann of T ransparent33 Half: Prefix34 What dark clouds might represent37 Small bone, as in the ear38 Quai DOrsay setting40 Prepared to shoot41 Beings on TV s Doctor Who42 West Coast beer brand, informally45 Modern payment option47 Musical medley48 Wits49 Not hold back, to a poker playe r51 Ottoman title53 Twice tetra-54 More sharply dressed55 Container for amontillado56 Easternmost of the Les ser Antilles57 Kitchen device58 Meriting only half a star, say60 Fr ench city where DArtagnan lived in T he Thr ee Musketeer s61 MSN, for one62 B on an LP63 Site for an A.C.L. tear65 Took off66 Wo rds said before bed?72 Peace Nobelist Yousafzai73 ID card fig.74 Lose rigidity75 Not worth ____76 Florida s Miami-____ County77 Lightsaber wielder80 Worlds external to the mind82 Activity in libraries and movie theaters83 Diplomatic agreement85 Record label for Whitney Houston86 One of the friends on Friends88 Milkshake, in New England89 Author Gerritsen and actre ss Harper90 What one might seek after a computer crash, informally91 Opera with the aria A ve Maria92 Skim94 Vice President Agnew97 Stone thats a star98 It may be checkered99 Ti ll section101 Scrape103 Crestfallen104 To ny winner Hagen105 Dallas hoopster, briefly106 Ro ll on a golf course 1234567891 01 11 21314151617181 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728 29 30 31 323334 35 36 37 3839404142 43 44 45 46 474849 5051 525354 55 5657 58 59 60 6162 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 747576 77 78 7980 818283 84 858687 88 89909192 939495 96 9798 99 100101 102 103 104105 106107 108 109 11 0 111 11 21 13Online subscriptions: Todays puzzle and more than 4,000 past puzzles, ($39.95 a year). Answer to last Sundays CrosswordCELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS LE DO NG EE KW HU MP EH OW SC OR EO LG AE AP OE XE NA AL GR EE NB AY WI ND OW CA LL TA NQ UA DA RG ON BERY L ST AY PU TF ID OL OS TT O PA RI SH IL TO NH EA DSHO P KO PI BI SE LS ES OS CA TO GM AN AL LL EGS OL IV ER NO RTHPOL ED AN CE OL ER EA MS YOYO IA MS PO DC AS TC AP WH AT NO T TT YL SCAT SK OA LC RO SE AN PE NN ST AT IO NBR EA K WI LD ON ET OO LA LP E CB SB AI OT HI SR AD RI CH LI TT LE RO CK MU SI C AG REED EXE SA BS OL UT ST EN TC HECK OM NI AP U HO WL MA EWES TB AN KH EIST ED IE ON EALV OT EM AM ET SO NY ESPYSSEE RM US TI HOROSCOPES | THE LAST WORD BY EUGENIA LASTARIES (March 21-April 19): Think about how much something costs before pulling out your wallet. Emotional spending or point-of-purchase deals will not make you feel better or buy someones affection. Doing something commendable will bring you far more satisfaction. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take a moment to ensure you are prepared to bring about positive change. If you are uninformed or you underestimate the complexity of a project, you will become frustrated and need to spend extra cash to pay for an expert. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Learn as you go. Be open to ideas and be willing to collaborate with individuals who show promise and technical ability. Merging your ideas with someone just as active and goal-oriented as you are will lead to interesting accomplishments. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Trust in yourslf and your ability to find solutions. Your awareness and desire to keep the peace will help you use your personal skills in order to bring about positive change that is well-received by those you live and share with. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Dont give up when you should be putting a dent in the chores that are hanging over your head. Making progress will give you a sense of accomplishment. Instead of piling on more responsibilities or debt, choose to take action. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Deal with emotional situations realistically. Make an offer that is feasible and enticing; you will overcome a stalemate. Your ability to adapt will turn you into a role model for those you live or deal with today. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Keep busy. The more you get done, the less others will have to complain about. Use your intelligence when dealing with situations that require action. Coming up with a plan that is simple and effective will encourage others to pitch in and help. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Learn by watching how others react. It will give you a sense of what will be well-received and what wont. A unique approach to the way you set up your house will complement a creative process you are trying to develop. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Dont let your emotions take over when dealing with people who share your opinion. Freedom of speech and letting others do as they please will give you leeway to dance to your own beat. Dont meddle; you will curtail interference. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Dont reveal your assets in an attempt to manipulate others. Focus on enjoying people for who they are, not what they have. Developing a give-andtake relationship will encourage equality and compatible results. Offer love, not cash. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Getting along with others will be half the battle today. Listen and offer suggestions, but dont feel you have to indulge in something that is not a preference. Discourage indulgent behavior, but dont get into an argument. Ask nicely and move on. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Look for any opportunity to use your attributes to show off. What you do to help others will have an emotional influence that will encourage others to pay it forward. Start a chain of positive events. Personal improvement is encouraged. Friends husband, kids wear out welcome in annual visitDEAR ABBY Write Dear Abby at or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Abigail Van DEAR ABBY: Charlotte and I have been friends for 16 years, ever since we met in college. She lives several states away, so we see each other only once a year when she and her family come to town for a long weekend. Beyond this annual get-together, we never chat on the phone, and communication is pretty much limited to social media. I have known Charlottes (now) husband for 16 years as well, and never cared for him. When they became engaged, none of our friends thought she would actually marry him. He seems to get worse every time I see him, and it has reached the point that I can barely stand to be in the same room with him. Unfortunately, Charlottes kids take after their dad. They are spoiled, nasty, mean children and a bad influence on my young son. Charlotte and her family were in town for their annual visit recently. Afterward I told my husband I didnt enjoy it and dread the next one. Charlottes husband has now suggested they tag along on our next family vacation! Abby, it would ruin our trip. I dont want to go on vacation if they come with us. Charlotte is still as sweet and lovely as ever, but I do not want to see her husband or children again. What should I do? -HANGING ON FOR NOW DEAR HANGING ON: Ignore the suggestion Charlottes husband made. Because the two of you talk so infrequently, the subject may not come up again. A solution to your problem might be as simple as suggesting to Charlotte that the two of you have a girls weekend together rather than a family vacation. Then cross your fingers that shes receptive. DEAR ABBY: Men know that when shaking another mans hand, the grip should be firm. A firm handshake is polite and -lets be honest -a point of masculine pride. But when I shake a womans hand, Im never sure what kind of grip to use When Im shaking a womans hand, I use a grip that is less firm than I would use with a man. Is this sexist? Sometimes I worry that even my lighter-than-normal grip is too firm, especially if she is older. On the other hand, Im embarrassed if her grip is firm and mine is not. Sometimes I need to adjust my grip midway through the handshake to match the womans, but then I feel silly doing it. Can you offer any guidance? -HANDING IT OFF IN TENNESSEE DEAR HANDING: Ill try. The first thing to remember is that a handshake is not a litmus test for masculinity -at least not with women. While a limp handshake from either sex is a turnoff, one that is too strong can be painful -particularly if the fingers being squeezed happen to have rings on them. It isnt silly to offer a lady a medium handshake, and adjust the firmness if she has a firm grip. Its sensible, not sexist.


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