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  • Mr. Skiles, a resident of High Springs, Fla., was recently part of a team that spent two months in the Bahamas exploring perilous inland flooded caves known as "blue holes."

    Wes Skiles, photographer who captured vivid worlds underwater, dies at 52

  • I wrote probably fifty pages longhand sitting in my truck out near the river in High Springs.

    Cross Rhodes

  • I loved seeing the camera crew work and having fun with guys I really liked, so I drove over from High Springs.

    Cross Rhodes

  • The author divides his time between High Springs, Fla., and Bar Harbor, Maine.

    A Runner Writing for Runners

  • Lee Jackson Cruse's headstone, which sat on the side of Southwest First Street in High Springs, Florida, for fifty years, has been removed by the city.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Pepe Peruyero, who last year started training bedbug-sniffing dogs for pest control companies at his J & K Canine Academy in High Springs, Fla., says the cost can be about $200 an hour, depending on home size and travel time.

    New Tactics Take

  • James Bogle of High Springs, Florida said, "The media circus around Kobe Bryant is nothing more than tabloid journalism in its raw naked ugliness."

    CNN Transcript Aug 7, 2003

  • George Parrish, owner of Parrish Farms in High Springs, said he is encouraged by this April's sale after barely breaking even a year ago.

    Local News from Star-Banner

  • So if one opened in High Springs, one might have to open in Hawthorne.

    Local News from The Gainesville Sun

  • Sharon Yeago, who lives in High Springs and is president of the national Farmers Market Coalition, said at least two other traditional community markets - in High Springs and Miami - accept EBT cards.

    SplicedFeed

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