Lake City

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Southeastern Greyhound Lines - More Acquisitions
... shorter than the older route via Valdosta in Georgia and Lake City in Florida) ... to Savannah and from Jacksonville in Florida to Dothan in Alabama via Lake City, Tallahassee, and Marianna, all three in Florida) ... each other shortly after the routes of the two firms began to intersect in Jacksonville, Lake City, and Dothan – to the extent that the UBC coaches began to appear in the SEG livery, including the dogs ...
Lake City, Nevada County, California - History
... A hotel was built in 1855 ... The name was bestowed in 1857 ...
Lake City Ammunition Plant
... Lake City Army Ammunition Plant (LCAAP) is a 3,935-acre (15.92 km2) U.S ... In addition, Lake City performs small caliber ammunition stockpile reliability testing and has ammunition and weapon testing responsibilities as the NATO National and Regional Test Center ...
Lake City High School (Lake City, South Carolina)
... Lake City High School is a secondary education institution located near Lake City, South Carolina ...
List Of County Roads In Columbia County, Florida - List of County Roads in Columbia County, Florida
... Southern) S/N SR 18 CR 238 US 41-441 South of Lake City CR 131 (Northern) S/N US 41 north of I-10 Near Five Points US 441 North of Deep Creek CR 133 Payne Road Country ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or lake:

    A wholly materialistic city is nothing but a dream incarnate. Venice is the world’s unconscious, a miser’s glittering hoard, guarded by a Beast whose eyes are made of white agate, and by a saint who is really a prince who has just slain a dragon.
    Mary McCarthy (1912–1989)

    They who know of no purer sources of truth, who have traced up its stream no higher, stand, and wisely stand, by the Bible and the Constitution, and drink at it there with reverence and humility; but they who behold where it comes trickling into this lake or that pool, gird up their loins once more, and continue their pilgrimage toward its fountain-head.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)