It’s a Monday night at White Buffalo bar. A group of fraternity brothers gather in a circle and share some laughs.
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‘Labor of love:’ Alachua farm provides a retirement home for horses the non-profit sanctuary runs on donationsBy Nicole Chang | Oct. 17, 2019
On a 335-acre farm, a mother and her son are outnumbered by their 148 horses and four donkeys.
In a fenced enclosement adjacent to a mobile home, an 80 pound cougar slowly inched closer to Bruce Capin.
Justin Lee Williams watched his reflection against a dim screen in the Alachua County Jail.
When UF anthropology professor Michael Heckenberger worked in the Brazilian Amazonrainforest, the sky wasn’t always blue.
“Sally B’s not my alter ego. She’s my ego.”
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Ellen Miller’s hot pink fingernails peeked out of her fists as she folded her hands together and searched for the words to describe her situation.
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He was 24 years old.
When she was about 13, Gainesville Police Officer Dontonya Smith joined the Police Explorers as a part of Post 917, the local section in Gainesville. About 32 years later, the Florida Association of Police Explorers named her the 2018 “Explorer Advisor of the Year.”
Every night for the past six years, Lina Colondres and her husband Ruben Flores Garcia have stayed up thinking of each other — 1,681 miles apart.
Nestled alone in her cubicle, Marti Stein can fidget all she wants.
Michael Weissman, a UF finance freshman, graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year. He still has friends in the school, and when the Valentine’s Day shooting started at about 2 p.m., the 18-year-old was in class.
As Halle Berliant watched her bus creep farther away from the Tampa airport on her phone’s map, the knot in her stomach tightened.
Three days. Five mountains. Six pairs of burning thighs and toned calves.