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Articles from December 23, 2000

Acting Up in a TV Special from Orange Park Theater to Big Time
At an age when most people are thinking about retiring, Betty Detamore is embarking on a new phase of her career. The actress and president of the Orange Park Community Theatre has become something of a hot property in Hollywood. She will appear...
Alltel's Deal Looks like Bargain Now
The stadium naming rights for Alltel Stadium will bear a larger price tag when the existing contract expires in 2007. In April 1997, Little Rock, Ark.-based Alltel Corp. agreed to pay $6.2 million over 10 years to have its company name emblazoned...
Alumni Walkway Planned Paxon Sells Bricks to Set Up Tribute
Paxon School for Advanced Studies wants its alumni to buy a brick for the holidays. It won't even have to be wrapped. The bricks will be going along an alumni walkway. The school at 3239 Norman Thagard Blvd. is converting its front driveway into...
Another Appeal Lost to Save Phone Tower
Nine times in three years, BellSouth Mobility has tried to save its 250-foot-tall cellular telephone tower behind a home in Fruit Cove from the wrecking ball through appeals before county and state courts and St. Johns County legislative bodies. ...
Area Jobless Rate Steady in November
While national indicators show signs of a slowdown, Jacksonville's economy continues to hold at a steady pace, according to labor force data released yesterday by the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation. The unemployment rate in the Jacksonville...
Big Role for Small Buc Dunn Carried Tampa Bay into Playoffs
TAMPA -- Warrick Dunn took the pitch, cut off left tackle and -- with two defenders converging -- went airborne from the 3-yard line to take the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into the playoffs. The final play of an 80-yard march that gave the Bucs a 38-35...
Broncos, 49ers in Game of Lasts
DENVER -- Denver cornerback Terrell Buckley pondered the choices and shook his head in wonder. Asked if he would prefer to defend Jerry Rice, Terrell Owens or J.J. Stokes -- San Francisco's trio of prolific receivers -- Buckley abstained. "Man,...
Building Demolition Process Can Be Lengthy
Fernandina Beach officials say unsafe or condemned buildings in Fernandina Beach pose a number of problems for the city. In some cases, city officials must take the drastic step of demolishing the building. Robert Jarzen, newly appointed director of...
Bulldogs Want to Thank Coach Players to Dedicate Bowl Effort to Fired Coach Donnan
HONOLULU -- Terrence Edwards has spent the week sightseeing and visiting the attractions of Hawaii, but calls his trip here "bittersweet." Georgia's top receiver has only a few days remaining with fired head coach Jim Donnan, who will guide the...
Character Reflections Diverse Reasons for Decorations
There could be a deep, insightful explanation for why Alan Dunavant put up 10,500 Christmas lights this year. For those who happen to drive past the Dunavants' home on Fourth Avenue North near Seventh Street in Jacksonville Beach, the question may...
Check out Holiday Light Sites around Town
Editor's note: And now, without further ado, here are this year's unofficial best and brightest among holiday decorations in the Jacksonville area. Take a spin through the list; then take a spin around town, and enjoy! ARLINGTON -- 11707 Tanager...
Christmas Closings from Area Libraries to the Government
Most government offices will be closed Monday for the Christmas Day holiday. Government offices closed Monday and Tuesday include: Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Nassau, Baker and Putnam counties as well as municipal offices in Baldwin, Orange Park and...
Christmas Poinsettias Keep on Giving
Poinsettias are the No. 1 plant for Christmas gifts. Although they are sometimes grown in the landscape in our area, they are from Mexico and are tropical plants. They were named in honor of Joel R. Poinsett of Greenville, S.C., a U.S. ambassador...
Church's Service Is Special Moravian Love Feast Celebrated
Arlington United Methodist Church expects more than 500 people to attend a unique Christmas Eve service that has become a tradition after nearly a quarter century. It is a Moravian Love Feast, a special celebration of the birth of Christ through...
City Officials Haven't Given Up Hope on Old Green Cove Hotel
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -- The first effort to find a potential investor to restore the city-owned Qui-Si-Sana Hotel, a linchpin of the city revitalization efforts, produced no takers. So the City Council and a citizens advisory committee will now go back...
Clinton Pardons Former House Leader Convicted in Fraud Case 58 Others Also Receive Leniency, Commutes
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton granted a pardon yesterday to Dan Rostenkowski, the prominent Illinois Democrat and onetime chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee who served a 17-month prison term after pleading guilty in 1996 to two counts...
Coast Lines
QUOTE, UNQUOTE "I've been waiting to meet Santa Claus all my life." -- Danny Miller, a special education student from Lanier Middle School, who got a chance to meet St. Nick in Sugar Hill. Story on this page. TRIBUTE TO COVERDELL The U.S....
Cold Leaves Amelia in the Dark
Brrrr. This week's sub-30 degree temperatures had most Nassau Countians shivering. It didn't help that a tree limb fell onto a power line early Wednesday knocking out electricity to most of Amelia Island's north end. All downtown businesses were...
Contested Church, School Sues City
A Mandarin church that has waited four months for city officials to give final approval so it could open its completed K-12 Promise Land Academy on Loretto Road sued the city Dec. 8 for "failing to articulate any valid reason" for refusing to issue...
Convict Claims More Killings, Threatens Lawyers
DENVER -- A man already serving a life sentence confessed in open court to killing 23 people and said he would kill his own lawyers unless they are removed from his case. "The first chance I get, I'm going to do something real bad to one of them,"...
Cooking a Lesson Students Working Together Make Culinary Combination
Heath Ferguson said it best. "Yummy, yummy, yummy!" That was the Wilkinson Elementary School kindergartner's opinion of the Christmas cookie-making process, even before he got to take a bite of the finished product. A finger full of frosting...
Crime News
CALLAHAN 2800 block of Woods Lane, burglary and grand theft, reported 6:05 a.m. Dec. 11. 3000 block of Cross Creek Boulevard, grand theft, 11:30 a.m. Dec. 12. Fifth Street and U.S. 1, disorderly intoxication and opposing a law enforcement...
Delaney Aides Were at JPA Audit Meeting Presence Initially Questioned
Two aides for Mayor John Delaney attended a private meeting set up for Jacksonville Port Authority officials to get a first look at an audit of port travel spending. The aides aren't part of the investigation, and their attendance was initially...
Deserting Island Saves Kitchen Space
Q: We are planning a redo of our kitchen. Our family has grown (to five) since we moved in, and we desperately need an eat-on counter. There's a large work island in the center of the kitchen, but it cuts the room in half. Suppose we just got rid of...
Duval Would Give Nike 1-2 Punch
If David Duval is able to wriggle from his contract with Titleist to join Tiger Woods in the Nike camp, it would result in the most potent one-two endorsement punch for a golf equipment company, according to area retailers. "Phil Knight [the Nike...
EDUCATION Tide Is Turning
Prospects for low-income students trapped in failing schools should be higher in 2001. After George W. Bush becomes president, we would expect him to propose legislation that would authorize school vouchers. We also would expect Congress to enact...
Election, Elian Top Stories of Year, AP Members Say
America's protracted election, the tug-of-war over Elian Gonzalez and the terrorist bombing of the USS Cole ranked as the top news stories of 2000, according to The Associated Press annual survey of its members. No. 1 was no contest: George W. Bush's...
Els Leader of Weak Match Play Field
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Instead of bringing together the best in the world, the field for the Match Play Championship in Australia looks more like the rest of the world. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, David Duval, Davis Love III and defending champion...
Envoy Who Saved Jews Victim of Repression but Half-Sister Is Not Satisfied with Russia's Admission
MOSCOW -- Russian authorities acknowledged yesterday that Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who saved the lives of thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazis, was a victim of Stalinist repression. The public mea culpa came in the form of a two-page...
Famous Prison Journalist Sees Conviction Thrown Out
NEW ORLEANS -- A federal appeals court on Friday threw out the murder conviction of Wilbert Rideau, saying the celebrated prison journalist was the victim of racially biased selection of the grand jury that indicted him in 1961. The court ordered...
Federation Seeks 'Crew' of U.S. Fans
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- To fans from Mexico trying to buy tickets for the Feb. 28 World Cup qualifier against the United States, good luck. The U.S. Soccer Federation wants Columbus Crew Stadium, the site of the game, to be filled with American rooters....
Find Christmas Sights at Sites That Feature the Holiday Lights
I have fond childhood memories of my family decorating our home with Christmas lights for the holiday season. We never had the fanciest light display in town, but that was just fine with us. We enjoyed driving around our community to ooh and ah at...
Follow Checklist When Seeding Lawn
Q: I seeded rye grass over my lawn in October, but most of it didn't come up. Did I do something wrong? A: Lots of things can go wrong. If the seed was old or improperly stored it will germinate poorly. Always use fresh seed with a high germination...
Harsh Weather Blows Holiday Travel Nationwide Increased Travelers Add to the Chaos
Snow, fog, ice and cold air severe enough to freeze up trains and airport fuel trucks delayed holiday travelers around the country yesterday at the start of the busy Christmas weekend. "My two kids now are sick. This is a disaster," said Eric Rosenkrantz...
Hilliard Elementary First School in Nassau to Earn 5-Star Award
Hilliard Elementary School Principal Linda Morris and her staff know it takes a village to raise a child and a community to run a school. That's why the state Department of Education recognized the Nassau County school with the five-star award....
Hispanics Retain Tradition in Holiday Feasts, Treats Special Meals Require Specialty Foods
Martha Andino shopped at Jacksonville's Caribbean Grocery Mart amid salsa music, squeezing through crowded, narrow aisles for the right ingredients to make pasteles, a traditional Puerto Rican dish made of mashed green plantains and pork. She plans...
How Lovely Are Their Branches . . . Top Christmas Trees
We received 71 entries in our Best Christmas Tree contest. Here are the winners in each of six categories. Photo: lif_treeMorton1 121600p lif_t Will Dickey/staff MOST TRADITIONAL TREEWith its beaded garlands and candle-shaped lights, Kelly...
How They Match Up Jaguars at Giants
QUARTERBACKS Jaguars: Mark Brunell has gotten significantly better in this season and a big reason is his offensive line. The line has improved its protection, and Brunell's passer rating and effectiveness has improved accordingly. With better protection...
Industrial Recruiters May Get Bonuses Governor Might Urge Performance-Pay Plan
ATLANTA -- Teachers might not be the only public employees getting extra money for exemplary performance if the General Assembly endorses a plan to pay commissions to the state's industrial recruiters. Gov. Roy Barnes is considering a recommendation...
Interior Secretary Suggests New National Monuments in 5 Areas
WASHINGTON -- A 150-foot pillar of sandstone where Capt. William Clark carved his name in 1805 -- leaving the only archaeological evidence of the Lewis and Clark expedition -- deserves to be protected as a national monument, Interior Secretary Bruce...
Israel Willing to Cede Control of Temple Mount Clinton to Talk with Sides Today
WASHINGTON -- Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami told American Jewish leaders yesterday that his government is prepared to surrender Israeli sovereignty over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem as part of a peace agreement with the Palestinians, according...
Jacksonville Journal
QUOTE, UNQUOTE "This will be their third Christmas on the strike line. We felt we needed to do something for them." -- Murray Hill, a union member whose lodge raised more than $7,000 in donations for strikers protesting unfair labor practices...
Jags Look for Feel-Good Finish for Several Players, Game May Be Last Time in Teal
EAST RUTHERFORD, N. J. -- The Jaguars have several themes for the season finale, most notably to glean a final good feeling from a season that has been a mix of good and bad. What Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin said isn't a pregame theme, though, is...
Justices Close the Books on Recount Some Question Decision by U.S. Supreme Court
TALLAHASSEE -- Florida Supreme Court Justice Leander Shaw called the situation "surreal." Justice Barbara Pariente cited a poem titled, The Poor Voter on Election Day. After weeks of getting cheered and vilified, of making landmark rulings and getting...
Kenny Wins Consolation Title Game
TAMPA -- Injuries and vacations whittled Bishop Kenny down to 12 players for this week's seventh annual Puma Invitational High School Classic at the University of South Florida. The Crusaders had to play four games in three days, including two on...
Kosher Christmas Goodies Stores' Baked Goods Meet Rabbinical Standards
In a Mandarin supermarket last week, Debbie Trent leaned down to examine a Santa Claus cake that was labeled kosher. The package had a blue label, featuring the Star of David and the words, "Supervised by Rabbi Gary Perras." "It sort of strikes...
Laminate Surface Problems Easy to Repair
Granite countertops are really big these days; they are not only beautiful but also easy to care for. However, they are a bit pricey. If you're like most homeowners, chances are you have a laminate surface. This is also a beautiful, tough surface,...
Life on the Beach
ATLANTIC BEACH FIRST NIGHT REVIVAL -- Volunteers are being sought to help organize a First Night celebration on New Year's Eve, 2002. After four years, there will be no First Night celebration next year because not enough people volunteered,...
Losing Star for Bowl Shouldn't Hurt FSU
Florida State fans shouldn't get too bent out of shape over losing their best receiver, Marvin "Snoop" Minnis, to academic ineligibility for the Orange Bowl game against Oklahoma. The Seminoles have receivers who can barely get on the field that would...
Making Christmas Brighter Bar Association, Police Add Joy
For most of the year, Jacksonville police officer Grover Highsmith teaches children in five area schools about the dangers of alcohol and drugs through the sheriff's office's DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. But for a few days each...
Making Spirits Bright about 6,000 Kids on First Coast Show for Charity Christmas Party
Twelve hours before the doors would open, Darlene Haviland and her son, William, arrived in downtown Jacksonville for yesterday's charity Christmas party. Snuggled in blankets, the Northsiders withstood the darkness and cold -- the "very, very cold,"...
Man Survives 16 Wounds by Officers
ATLANTA -- A man who led police on a car chase last week, shooting at them along the way, was shot 16 times by three officers but lived to tell about it. Devin Grant, 22, was riddled with bullets -- in his neck, back, arms and leg -- and had 24...
Man Wants to Tutor Candidates He's Lost 3 Elections, but Training Is Free
ST. MARYS -- Although his resume may seem to differ, Sanford Feller says he knows how to win elections. Feller, who lost three elections for St. Marys City Council since 1997, is advertising his services as an election consultant. The ad, published...
Mavs' Improvement for Real
DALLAS -- Maybe it's the padded chairs. Or the ultra-soft towels. Or maybe, just maybe, the Dallas Mavericks have finally gotten their act together. After a revolving door of rebuilding attempts that seemed to make things worse instead of better,...
McArthur Family YMCA Adds Square Footage and Facilities
Carol Floyd had tears in her eyes Dec. 13 when officials broke ground on a 5,000-square-foot expansion for the McArthur Family Branch of the YMCA in Fernandina Beach. Floyd's late husband, Phil, was the driving force behind the project. Throughout...
Milosevic Far Behind as Serbs Vote Today Unity May Still Elude Victorious Party
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia -- After an election campaign remarkable mainly for its calm, voters in Serbia will go to the polls todayto choose a new parliament. The democratic coalition that toppled Slobodan Milosevic in the fall is widely expected to sweep...
Morning Briefing
HOLIDAY BUYING SPREE SENDS STOCKS SOARING Santa Claus finally arrived on Wall Street yesterday, giving the beleaguered Nasdaq composite index its best finish in more than a week and its fifth-biggest percentage gain ever. A late round of holiday...
Neighbor to Neighbor
Question: Why are they doing the concrete slab replacement on Interstate 95 on the Northside when they plan to widen I-95 from Lem Turner Road all the way to the Georgia line and replace the Trout River Bridge? Are those plans still in effect? Answer:...
No Details on Madonna's Marriage Singer Keeps World Waiting
DORNOCH, Scotland -- Madonna and Guy Ritchie kept their fairy tale wedding in a Scottish castle shrouded in secrecy yesterday, but some British tabloids reported that they were wed in a flower-strewn chapel. Though the buildup to yesterday's ceremony...
Notebook
HEALTHY FOR THE HOLIDAYS Florida State wrapped up the initial portion of its Orange Bowl preparations with a light, hour-long workout yesterday in Tallahassee. Coach Bobby Bowden sent his players home for the holidays, imploring them to be "safe...
Officials Seize Gambling Ship SunCruz Sued by Venture Partners
SunCruz Casinos had hoped to start hosting gambling cruises aboard the SunCruz VII from its new dock in Mayport as soon as last night. But deputy U.S. marshals seized the vessel and locked its doors Thursday night, several hours after partners in...
Only One in the Running for Top Postseason Award
Some things are hard. Finding a perfect Christmas gift for a perfect wife, I know from experience, is one example. Others are easy. Like picking the Jaguars' Most Valuable Player this season. A good list of three would be as follows: 1) Fred...
Orange Park Resident Ready to at Pro Bowl
An Orange Park resident will be joining two Jacksonville Jaguars football players in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl this year. Katie Costlow, a member of the Jaguars Roar cheerleading squad, was selected to participate in the Pro Bowl game on Feb. 4. The...
Plan Might Halt Meeting 'Ambushes'
How much can the Atlantic Beach commissioners take? To avoid letting the commissioners become the Rodney Dangerfields ("I never get any respect") of city officials, City Manager Jim Hanson issued a proposal this week: Speakers must submit technical...
Police Briefing
Following are the crimes and other incidents reported recently in Mandarin and Northwest St. Johns County, according to the Jacksonville and St. Johns County sheriff's offices: DUVAL COUNTY -- A 47-year-old Mandarin woman angry with her husband...
Police Briefing
Two Southside men were robbed at gunpoint Monday in two robberies, one in the 7900 block of Baymeadows Circle East, the other in the 7200 block of Crane Avenue. Police said the first robbery occurred at 7:15 p.m. in a parking lot when a man walked...
Police Briefing
Cars in several Westside neighborhoods were vandalized this week, with most of the crimes occurring between 5 p.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday. Police did not say if they were related. A 43-year-old woman told police someone threw several bricks through...
Police Briefs
Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by area police departments. ATLANTIC BEACH The owner of Terry's Country Store, 2198 Mayport Road, reported Tuesday that a man entered the store, stuffed several packages of meat inside his pants...
PREPARING FOR THE HURRICANES Looking the Ball in Caldwell Worked Hard on Mechanics
GAINESVILLE -- It's a sound that nobody but the players on the football field can hear. It's sort of a swish, rip and pop, all mingled together, and it's audible only for that split second when a wide receiver reaches out and sure-handedly catches...
Prisoners Freed amid Criticism after 4-Day Uprising
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Turkey began releasing inmates from its crisis-plagued prison system yesterday under a controversial amnesty plan, as paramilitary troops finally ended a four-day prison siege that claimed at least 26 lives. More than half of...
Public Safety
An Orange Park mother was arrested Dec. 16 after police said she kicked her 13-year-old son in the stomach and hit him with a metal broom after she found out he had been suspended from school. Lolita M. McGee, 33, of the 600 block of McDower Lane,...
Public Safety Director Named Interim Sheriff DeKalb Official Will Fill in for Slain Lawman
DECATUR, Ga. -- The public safety director for DeKalb County was sworn in yesterday to temporarily replace Sheriff-elect Derwin Brown, who was gunned down in his front yard a week ago. "I take this position very seriously, and I promise you that...
Report Highly Critical of State Corrections System
TALLAHASSEE -- About 48,000 criminal offenders sentenced to probation have escaped supervision, and prison violence has risen over the last year, according to a corrections system review. The audit also found that a reorganization effort undertaken...
Republicans Critical of UM Shalala Choice as President
MIAMI -- Two GOP lawmakers from Miami say the choice of a Clinton administration Democrat as the next University of Miami president could make it harder for the private institution to secure state funding. State Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart said it would...
Ridgeview Basketball's Young, but Ambitious
The Ridgeview boys basketball team, 4-3, is trying to do something that the Panther football team has already accomplished. They are trying to make the playoffs in their third year as a program and the first year for head coach Rob Feltner, who is...
Solar Eclipse Visiting U.S. for Christmas A Rare Occurrence for Winter Holiday
Santa Claus will deliver a rare and memorable but potentially dangerous gift this Christmas. He and the reindeer will be long gone from the North American skies by the time this present -- a solar eclipse -- appears. Monday morning, about the time...
State Just Getting Warmed Up for Holiday
ATLANTA -- Transportation officials were optimistic yesterday as meteorologists predicted slightly higher temperatures for the weekend and a lower likelihood of ice and snow in much of Georgia. On one of the busiest travel days of the year, holiday...
Stop and Enjoy the View This Season
One of my favorite Christmas tunes is Let There Be Peace On Earth, written by Sy Miller and Jill Jackson. My favorite Christmas card features a painting of a white dove carrying a holly branch on the front with a single word -- Peace -- on the inside....
Striking Workers in Green Cove Receive Some Christmas Cheer
GREEN COVE SPRINGS -- Breann Everington is 8 and like many kids her age, she wants a scooter for Christmas. But unlike many other kids, her daddy is on strike -- for the third Christmas in a row. Her family is staying at her grandparents' home because...
Talk of the Town
The big day is almost here again and what a difference a year makes. Last year's Y2K has been replaced by hanging chads, dimpled chads and all kinds of other chads. And happy holidays to you, too! . . . . . . By the way, whatever happened to Chad...
The Chosen Few Multiply Fernandina Jews Unite through Food, Fun
When Mike and Brenda Pallen moved to Fernandina Beach in 1986, they wondered if they might be the only Jewish residents on Amelia Island. Meanwhile, Sherry Stein-Corbin, another Fernandina Beach resident who is Jewish, was beginning to think she...
There's Plenty to Do during and after the Holidays
The holidays are upon us and lots of people are taking time off to enjoy the season, visit with friends and family, and welcome 2001. But with all that time between Christmas and the new year, boredom could easily set in. We've put together a...
The Stinky Mess of Sewer Hookup Ponte Vedra Wonders If It's Mandatory
PONTE VEDRA BEACH -- Now that a long-debated $5 million sewer system will in all likelihood be built in the Municipal Service District, questions have arisen about who has the authority to make homeowners hook up. Florida law states that when a...
Tin Balloon Toys Soared in Popularity in 19th Century
The revolutionary spirit in France in the 1790s included not only the idea of freedom from royal tyranny, but also attempts to fly into the sky. Experiments with hot-air balloons made air travel a reality. By the 19th century, balloons were apopular...
TNT Logistics Plans New Headquarters
An international shipping company with a North American headquarters in Jacksonville plans to build an $11 million, three-story building in the city's Southside. The 101,000-square-foot building will be the new home for TNT Logistics North America,...
Tracking Missing Woman Investigators Grow Suspicious
Friends and family say Jackie Markham wasn't the type of woman to miss an appointment or to not show up for work. That's why, her boyfriend said, he called the Nassau County Sheriff's Office when she didn't show up for a date earlier this month....
U.S. Guilty in Stonings Deadly Game Means Prison in Germany
DARMSTADT, Germany -- A court in Darmstadt yesterday convicted three American teenagers of murdering two motorists who were killed when the youths, bored and looking for adventure, hurled rocks from an overpass at cars on the autobahn below. The...
Volunteers from Navy Help Habitat for Humanity
Artem Murodov came all the way from Russia to help build houses for Clay County Habitat for Humanity. At least, indirectly, that's where his journey led him. Murodov, an 18-year-old aviation machinist mate who joined the U.S. Navy last year,...
Which Way Will First Lady Book Go?
NEW YORK -- Once Hillary Rodham Clinton begins her $8 million memoirs, she might follow any number of paths. She could write a confessional book, like Betty Ford's The Times of My Life. She could settle scores, like Nancy Reagan or Edith Bolt Wilson....
World Briefing
SWEDEN: GUNMEN SNATCH ART BY REMBRANDT, RENOIR STOCKHOLM -- Three armed robbers stormed into Stockholm's waterfront National Museum yesterday, made off with a Rembrandt self-portrait and two masterpieces by Renoir, then fled in a boat. One of...
Yahoo! Asks Judge to Void French Order on Nazi Sales
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Raising questions over who controls the Internet, Yahoo! Inc. is asking a federal judge to block a French court's order that it keep computer users in France from accessing online auctions of Nazi paraphernalia. In papers filed...
Yulee Homicide Probe under Wraps Police Mum as Family, Friends Reflect
While family and friends mourned the loss of Yulee truck company owner David Crosby on Wednesday, the Nassau County Sheriff's Department continued an investigation into his death. Crosby, 40, was found dead in his home Dec. 16. According to reports,...
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