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Fifth grade

February 03, 2010 | Staff Report | Honor rolls


Students raise thousands for Haiti relief

Some enterprising Liberty High School students whipped together a quick campaign for Haiti relief that netted more than $5,000 last month. The students presented the funds to local Red Cross representatives on Monday at the high school. For the complete story, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Courier.

February 03, 2010 | By Jen Alexander McCall Staff writer | Lifestyle


Sports briefs for Feb. 3, 2010

Panther baseball fundraiser Feb. 6

February 03, 2010 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters


Game Day for Frb. 3, 2010

Today

February 03, 2010 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters


Panther featured on on Parade Web site

Liberty County Panther linebacker Marcus Jefferson recently was featured in an online edition of Parade magazine.

February 03, 2010 | Staff report | Sports


QDR aims to reblanace forces

WASHINGTON, Feb. 1, 2010 - The Quadrennial Defense Review, released today, seeks to rebalance the military to better fight today's wars and to institutionalize department reforms, the undersecretary of defense for policy said.

February 02, 2010 | By Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service | Military


Midway Council to meet Wednesday

The Midway City Council has called a special meeting for 9 a.m. Wednesday in city hall.

February 02, 2010 | Staff report | News


Senator proposes property tax overhaul

ATLANTA - A top Republican in the state Senate has proposed a wide-ranging overhaul of property taxes in Georgia.

Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers' legislation would make more than 40 changes to the tax system. The Woodstock Republican said that while home values have tumbled in Georgia, assessments often remain artificially high.

February 02, 2010 | Associated Press | State, National


Georgia rodent sees early spring; not Phil

LILBURN - If Georgia's groundhog can be believed, the chilly winter is about to give way to an early spring.

Gen. Beauregard Lee gave his annual Groundhog Day prognostication Tuesday morning from his home at the Yellow River Game Ranch. The prediction was delayed when Gen. Lee got away from his handlers and hid, then climbed a fence behind his mock-mansion home.

February 02, 2010 | Associated Press | Lifestyle


Gates to announce review of gay ban

WASHINGTON (AP) - Defense Secretary Robert Gates is promising to try to spare more gay troops from being dismissed from the military while the Pentagon takes a year to study revising its "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

An announcement of the study, expected Tuesday before the Senate Armed Services Committee, marks a measured step toward President Barack Obama's goal of eliminating the military's policy against gays, which is based on a 1993 law.

February 02, 2010 | By Anne Flaherty and Anne Gearan Associated Press writes | Military


Army details on-post budget cuts

Fort Stewart invited its community partners to a working lunch Friday to discuss cuts to the installation's operating budget. The installation periodically holds events like the Community Leaders Lunch to encourage dialogue between the post and local leaders.

February 01, 2010 | By Denise Etheridge Staff writer | News


Community works on its health

Despite the steady rain, a modest crowd turned up at at the family health fair at the YMCA Saturday. Sponsored by the Wal-Mart Vision Center, the Hinesville Neighborhood Crime Watch and Hinesville Lion's Club, the health fair featured at least a dozen community groups offering free health resources to visitors.

February 01, 2010 | By Jen Alexander McCall Staff writer | Living well


State needs to make distracted driving illegal

A bill in the Georgia legislature proposing a ban on using a cell phone to send text messages while driving has been sent back to the drawing board due to concerns over how it would be enforced, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported earlier this week.

February 01, 2010 | Staff Report | Opinion


State needs its own Tea Party

What this state needs is a good old-fashioned Tea Party. Not one directed at the liberal weenies in Washington who tried to ram health care reform down our throats. This protest needs to focus on the state of Georgia.

February 01, 2010 | By Dick Yarbrough Columnist | Opinion


Does Diversity earn tax support?

Editor, This letter was sent to local and federal officials.

February 01, 2010 | Staff Report | Letters to the Editor


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Georgia Power opens Social Media Center

ATLANTA - Georgia Power has opened a new, state-of-the-art Social Media Center to meet the increasing demand for social media engagement and enhance customer service and ...

June 25, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


Area eye surgeon raises money for Humane Society

Dr. Elizabeth "Doll" Miller of Georgia Eye Institute helps more than human patients.

June 24, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


Even forgiven sins can have consequences

Well, it had to happen sooner or later.

June 24, 2016 | By Pastor Brad Butler Pembroke First Baptist Church | Faith


‘Central Intelligence’ close enough for government work

From "Lethal Weapon" to "Bad Boys" to "Rush Hour," the buddy action-comedy has been one of the most overplayed, tried-and-true, clichéd genres out there.

June 24, 2016 | Justin Hall Movie critic | Lifestyle


Waycross woman arrested after Amtrak train hits roadblock in Wayne County

An Amtrak train was damaged in by what appeared to be an intentional roadblock on the tracks in Wayne County earlier this week, authorities said.

June 24, 2016 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | Public Safety


Honor Roll: Button Gwinnett Elementary School

Button Gwinnett Elementary School

June 24, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Education


Georgia can learn something from Louisiana

This may be the first time I've ever written these words, but here goes: Georgia could learn a lesson from Louisiana.

June 24, 2016 | Tom Crawford Syndicated columnist | Opinion


Metro Hinesville’s unemployment rate declines to 5.1 percent in May

ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday that Metro Hinesville's unemployment rate for May was 5.1 percent, down 0.2 percentage point ...

June 24, 2016 | Staff report editor@coastalcourier.comr | Business


Riverkeeper says Ogeechee has recovered from fish kill

SAVANNAH - Five years ago, the Ogeechee River saw the largest fish kill in Georgia history. More than 38,000 fish, mussels and, according to citizen ...

June 24, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Local news


Leadership SE Georgia graduates 28

Leadership Southeast Georgia recently graduated the Class of 2016.

June 23, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Business


Who is most important in your life?

Love for family is taught in God's word, and must be practiced. However, love for God must come first.

June 23, 2016 | By Minister Riley Nelson Richmond Hill Church of Christ | Faith


Colleges honor, graduate students

ATLANTA - Rachel Trawick, who has ties to this area, recently received the Georgia State University Department of Respiratory Therapy Student Service Award.

June 23, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Education


Pedal to Paddle tour Saturday in Darien

Take a bike and paddle tour in Darien Saturday.

June 23, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Things to do


Fireworks near the ocean

BRUNSWICK - Bring the kids, tell your friends, sharpen up your old-timey game skills. It's time to celebrate Independence Day with an evening of fun ...

June 23, 2016 | Special to the Courier | Lifestyle


Brexit: Will they stay or will they go?

Today, U.K. citizens will make their most important national decision since the Second World War, much more important than even a general election. The ...

June 23, 2016 | By Lesley Francis Columnist | Lifestyle


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