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Mr. Thomas Lee Rush

Mr. Thomas Lee Rush, 66, of Lochloosa, passed away Friday, August 28, 2015 in Butner, North Carolina. He was born January 8, 1949 in Gainesville. Thomas was a welder and commercial fisherman. He loved to read, hunt, and fish. His greatest desire was to be able to come home, to be with his family, and maybe even one last time ... Full Story »

2015 BHS Volleyball

Coach Lisa Barry’s perspective on the 2015 season: How many years have you coached volleyball at BHS?  This will be my third year. Record last season: 24-4 Number of players this year: 10 Number of seniors: 3 --- Players to watch:  Ashton Mathews, MB, Senior, is the sole returning starter and will be a key player in our game plan. Ashton had ... Full Story »

2015 THS Volleyball

Coach Ginger Fuller’s perspective on the 2015 season: How many years have you coached volleyball at THS? This is my first year. Number of players this year: 14 Number of seniors: 7 --- Players to watch: I’m not willing to point them out, I’m so sorry. I expect everyone to contribute. If I didn’t think they could contribute they wouldn’t be on the ... Full Story »

Ayers Art Gala showcases residents’ work

By Cindy Jo Ayers The  community was invited to spend an evening at the Ayers Art Gala which showcased the works of it’s residents on Thursday, Aug. 20. A group of Ayers residents have been busy painting beautiful botanicals since they began painting classes over a year ago. Full Story »

Hundreds gather to pray for the country

By Cindy Jo Ayers Christians from almost every denomination in Gilchrist County gathered on the courthouse lawn with humble hearts to pray for the United States of America. Many residents said they feel the nation is slipping away from its Christian foundation and it is time for Christians to stand up for their beliefs. Full Story »

Mr. Jerry A. Beauchamp

Mr. Jerry A. Beauchamp, 79, of Chiefland died Saturday, August 22, 2015 surrounded by his loving family. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Virginia J. Beauchamp; his daughter, Janet S. Beauchamp; sons, Robert J. Beauchamp (Cathy) and Jeffrey D. Beauchamp (Kelly); six adoring grandchildren, Genny, Kristi (Trey), Caitlyn, Zackery, Bailey, and Rieley; and one great-grandchild, Noah; a sister, Irene ... Full Story »