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Lake County (Tennessee)

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  • College recruiters flocking to Mount Dora to see quarterback Vegas Harley

    College recruiters flocking to Mount Dora to see quarterback Vegas Harley
      Mount Dora quarterback Vegas Harley's athletic skills were on display for all to see last football season. His arm and his feet accounted for almost 3,100 yards of offense and 29 touchdowns — 1,261 passing yards and 14 TDs and 1,837 rushing yards...
  • Lake County's dark woods hide scourge of meth

    Lake County's dark woods hide scourge of meth
    They are some of the tiniest towns in rural Lake County, yet outposts such as Paisley, Lake Mack and Altoona — towns that rim the Ocala National Forest — are ground zero for a deepening problem. Slowly but surely, Lake County has become...
  • Lake County Florida couple dive into distilling

    Lake County Florida couple dive into distilling
    UMATILLA, FLA -- Dick Waters takes tiny sips from a small cup of the pure whiskey dripping out of his still -- an 8-foot-high copper contraption with a long tube jutting off the side and dipping into a large measuring container. "It has to have a...
  • Ex-Lake resident, killed in Iraq, had 'premonition'

    A psychic once told Army Staff Sgt. James Estep that he would die before his 27th birthday. Estep never forgot the grim prediction, and before he left for Iraq he refused to have a family portrait taken, considering it "bad luck," his wife, Kelly, said...
  • Army Staff Sgt. James E. Estep

    A psychic once told Army Staff Sgt. James Estep that he would die before his 27th birthday. Estep never forgot the grim prediction, and before he left for Iraq he refused to have a family portrait taken, considering it "bad luck," his wife, Kelly, said...
  • Part 1: The verdict: Dishonor

    With impunity, prosecutors across the country have violated their oaths and the law, committing the worst kinds of deception in the most serious of cases. They have prosecuted black men, hiding evidence the real killers were white. They have prosecuted a...