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Santa Fe High School is a high school serving grades 9�12 in the Alachua-High Springs area in northwestern Alachua County, Florida. It is part of the Alachua County Public Schools. The school mascot was originally the Rebels, but was later changed to the Raiders in 1970 when integration was implemented. The school colors are red and gray. Beth Leclear is the principal. Santa Fe also offers 15 Advanced Placement Courses leading to college credit. There is a unique program in the Academy of Agri...
 
 
 
 
The Third Congressional District of Florida is an electoral district of the United States House of Representatives located in the U.S. state of Florida. It presently comprises a large section of northernmost Florida, including the entire counties of Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Suwannee, and Union, along with the majority of Alachua and Clay counties, half of Madison county, and a section of Marion county. The city of Lake City is in the district, as well as t...
 Santa Fé de Toloca (Teleco, Toloco or SeNor Santo TOmas de Santa Fé) was a Spanish mission that existed near the Santa Fe River in the northwestern part of what is now Alachua County, Florida, United States during the 17th century. It became an important place on the camino real (royal road) connecting St. Augustine with Apalachee Province, which was centered on the site of present-day Tallahassee, Florida. The site that the Santa Fé mission occupied in the first half of the 17th century was ...
 
 
 

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 Florida Lakewatch, established in 1986, is a number of things. It has grown since its inception to do a number of tasks, all concerned with the health of lakes and rivers in Florida. There are more than 5,400 lakes in Florida and a number of rivers. Florida Lakewatch is basically a volunteer water-monitoring program. This project is headquartered at Gainesville, Florida, within the campus of the University of Florida. Florida Lakewatch has in its history obtained funding from a number of sources...
 
 
 
 
 WNBW-DT is the NBC-affiliated television station for North Central Florida licensed to Gainesville. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter in Newberry. The station can also be seen on Cox and CommuniComm Services channel 9. There is a high definition feed offered on Cox digital channel 1009. Owned by MPS Media, WNBW is operated through a local marketing agreement (LMA) by New Age Media. This makes it sister to CBS affiliate WGFL, low-powered MyNetworkT...
 
 

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 WGMW is a commercial radio station in LaCrosse, Florida, broadcasting to the Gainesville, Florida area on 99.5 FM. The station was owned by JVC Media and previously had broadcast a Dance Top 40 format billed as Party 99.5, whose direction was patterned after its sister station in Long Island, New York, WPTY. Prior to the flip on June 1, 2013, it had programmed a News- Talk format as 99.5 The Star. On December 26, 2013, WBXY and its Dance format moved over to WXJZ, where they simulcasted until Ja...
 
 WRUF-LD is the callsign of a low-power television station that operates from the University of Floridas main campus in Gainesville, broadcasting on VHF channel 5, the former analog channel of sister station WUFT. Through the use of PSIP, WRUF maps to virtual channel 10 (reflecting its former analog channel). The station is carried by Cox Communications in Gainesville on channel 6; this is reflected in its logo. Most of WRUFs programming is devoted to local weather, with some news and sports cove...
 
 
 
 WGGG is a commercial radio station in Gainesville, Florida, broadcasting to the Gainesville-Ocala, Florida area on 1230 AM. WGGG is the NBC Sports Radio affiliate for Gainesville; additionally, it broadcasts local content provided by Ocala station WMOP, owned by the same company and co-marketed together with WGGG as Florida Spots Talk. They were originally a popular music station with their offices, studios, transmitter, and antenna-tower located at 1230 Waldo Rd., northeast of downtown Gainesvi...
High schools in Alachua County, Florida, Educational institutions established in 1971, Public high schools in Florida, Education in Gainesville, Florida, Hidden categories:, Articles needing cleanup from March 2008, All pages needing cleanup, Schools needing cleanup, Articles needing additional references from October 2009, All articles needing additional references, Use mdy dates from January 2013, Pages using infobox school with deprecated parameters, All articles with unsourced statements, Ar...
Culture of Gainesville, Florida, Evangelical churches in Florida, LGBT topics and Christianity, Islam-related controversies in North America, Christian denominations established in the 20th century, Religious organizations established in 1986, 1986 establishments in Florida, Buildings and structures in Gainesville, Florida, Organizations that oppose LGBT rights, Hidden categories:, CS1 German-language sources (de), All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from Sep... Dove World Outreach Center is a 50-member non-denominational charismatic Christian church led by pastor Terry Jones and his wife, Sylvia. After spending more than 25 years in Gainesville, Florida, the church sold its 20 acres (8 ha) of property in July 2013 and plans to relocate to Tampa. The church first gained notice during the late 2000s for its public displays and criticism of Islam and gays, and was designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. It became widely known for it...
 
 
 The Fig Springs mission site (8CO1) is an archaeological site in Ichetucknee Springs State Park, in Columbia County, Florida. It has been identified as the site of a Spanish mission to the Timucua people of the region, dating to the first half of the 17th century. Found within the historical territory of the Timucua tribe known as the Northern Utina, it is thought to be the Mission San Mart�n de Timucua, also known as San Mart�n de Ayacuto, which was founded in the important Northern Utina v...

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Ichetucknee Springs State Park is a 2,241-acre (9.07 km2) Florida State Park and National Natural Landmark located four miles (6 km) northwest of Fort White off State Road 47 and State Road 238. It centers around the six mile (10 km) long Ichetucknee River, which flows through shaded hammocks and wetlands into the Santa Fe River. The park contains hardwood hammock and limestone outcrops. Like many rivers in this part of North Florida, the Ichetucknee is fed by natural springs which boil up (in v...
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iDigBio, Integrated Digitized Biocollections, is the National Resource funded by the National Science Foundation for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC). Through iDigBio, data and images for millions of biological specimens are being curated, connected and made available in electronic format for the biological research community, government agencies, students, educators, and the general public. The mission of iDigBio is to develop a national infrastructure that supports the...
The Baughman Center consists of two buildings located along Lake Alice on the University of Florida campus. The main building is a 1,500-square-foot (140 m2) nondenominational chapel or pavilion, while the other one is an 1,000-square-foot (93 m2) administrative building. The chapel has seating for 96 people and is used for silent meditation, private contemplation, weddings, funerals and memorial services as well as a venue for small musical or performing arts events. The center, named after Dr....
The James G. Pressly Stadium at Percy Beard Track is a 4,500-seat dual-purpose stadium located on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. The stadium is home to the Florida Gators womens soccer team and the mens and womens Florida Gators track and field teams. The facility was renamed in honor of university alumnus James G. Pressly, Jr. The track was named in honor of Percy Beard, a 1932 Olympic silver medalist and the former Gators track and field head coach for twenty-seven y...

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The Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts theatre in Gainesville, Florida, United States. It is located on the western side of the University of Florida campus. This facility presents some of the most established and emerging national and international artists on the main stage. In all, the Phillips Center consists of a 1,700-seat proscenium hall and a 200-seat Black Box Theatre. In 2000, retired Jacksonville surgeon Curtis M. Phillips provided The Barbara J. and...
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field (popularly known as The Swamp) is the football stadium for the University of Florida and the home field of the universitys Florida Gators football team. It is located on the universitys Gainesville, Florida campus. The stadium was originally built in 1930, and has been regularly expanded, renovated and improved since then. Although it is the 12th largest college football stadium as measured by its official seating capacity of 88,548, attendance for the G...
 
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 Murphree Hall is a historic student residence building located in the Murphree Area on the northern edge of the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. It was designed by architect Rudolph Weaver in the Collegiate Gothic style and completed in 1939. The building was named for Albert A. Murphree, the universitys second president, who served from 1909 to 1927. Major renovations, which included adding air conditioning, were completed in 2005, and the hall was rededicated and open for ...
Murphree Area is an historic residence hall complex on the northern edge of the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. The complex is adjacent to University Avenue, one of the major public roads that serve the university and define its boundaries. It was the universitys first residence area and the last one to become co-ed. The Murphree Area complex is named for Albert A. Murphree, the second president of the university, who served from 1909 to 1927. It consists of the following f...
Florida Gymnasium (commonly known as Florida Gym) is a historic building located on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Design work was begun by university architect Rudolph Weaver during World War II and completed by his successor Guy Fulton. It replaced the old University Gymnasium built in 1915, which then became the Womens Gymnasium. Florida Gym opened in 1949 as a 7,000-seat multi-purpose arena that was home to the Florida Gators mens basketball team until it wa...

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  High Springs is a city in Alachua County, Florida, United States. The population was 5,350 at the 2010 census.  

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