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Duraflame fire bigger, better Duraflame now has stackable logs that produce a bigger, more realistic fire.Duraflame says its Stax logs are also the first manufactured fire logs that can be burned safely in wood stoves. They can be used in outdoor fire pits, too.Stax come in three- and six- log bundles, with suggested retail prices of $9.99 and $19.99, respectively. Three logs will burn 31⁄2 hours, and additional fire logs can be added as needed.They're being introduced at Kmart and are expected to be available at Target starting in January. Clean dryer vent ...

November 09, 2008 | Special to the Courier | Things to Do


Scare fare

Halloween and candy go hand in hand. But Frank Percival associates a different food with Oct. 31: "Picky nibblies," his term for "anything you can eat while balancing a cocktail in one hand" during one of his and partner Mark Wall's costume parties."We would borrow shamelessly from the Martha Stewart magazine," Percival said. "Deviled egg trays that look like devil eggs. Finger sandwiches that look like fingers. Cakes that were bleeding."Halloween lacks the standard cuisine of the more protein-centric American holidays, like Thanksgiving or Easter. Instead, it's a chance to get creative, to disguise food much ...

November 09, 2008 | By Karen Gaudette The Seattle Times | Things to Do


Davis gets new stay of execution

ATLANTA - A federal appeals court gave a last-minute reprieve Friday to a Georgia man set to be executed for the 1989 killing of an off-duty police officer even though several witnesses have changed their accounts of the crime.

November 08, 2008 | By Greg Bluestein Associated Press writer | State, National


Game Day Oct. 24

Friday

November 08, 2008 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters


School teaching parents how to help students succeed

On Sept. 16, the first of six sessions of PASSport (parents assuring student success) began with an introduction of the program. The evening's theme was "Winning with a Positive Attitude."

November 08, 2008 | Special to the Courier | Education


David vs. Goliath in Hogansville

Evelyn Zarati is in trouble and she needs your help.

November 08, 2008 | By Janisse Ray Columnist | Opinion


Native plants draw interest from gardeners

Bicycle 101: I'm seeing more and more people riding bikes now that the weather is getting cooler, but "ouch," they are killing their knees and thighs. Sitting on your seat, you should barely be able to touch the ground with your tiptoes. When you are riding, your seat should be high enough to allow you to peddle without strain on your knees and thighs. When your foot is on the down peddle, your leg should be almost fully extended. Some of the riders I am seeing are almost hitting their chins with their knees because their seats are too ...

November 08, 2008 | By Dot Moss Columnist | Advice/Columnists


SGMS inducts new honor society members

Six students from SGMS were inducted as new members of the National Junior Honor Society in a ceremony held at school Oct. 16. Members were selected by the chapter's faculty council for meeting standards of scholarship, service, leadership, citizenship and character.

November 08, 2008 | Special to the Courier | Education


Atlanta eager to prove reaching playoffs no fluke

ATLANTA (AP) _ The arena was packed with more than 20,000 screaming fans. The home guys were going basket-for-basket with the NBA's best team.

November 08, 2008 | By Paul Newberry AP Sports writer | Sports


State role in school funding

Georgia's Quality Basic Education Act was signed into law in 1985 by then Gov. Joe Frank Harris. This act established the procedures that are used in calculating state reimbursements to local school districts.

November 08, 2008 | By Jason Rogers Assistant Superintendent of Admin. Services | Advice/Columnists


Sports briefs for Oct. 24

Twilight Special

November 08, 2008 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters


Shields, Rays squeeze Phillies to tie World Series

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) _ James Shields walked slowly off the mound and doffed his cap to a cheering crowd, looking a little surprised that he'd been taken out.

November 08, 2008 | By Mike Fitzpatrick AP Baseball Writer | Sports


FCC plan hasty, costly

This has been a difficult year for all of us, as we have watched the stock markets sputter, housing values plummet, and banks crash. Too many Americans are struggling to make their mortgage payment, and wonder how they will ever be able to afford to retire. Many people are wondering if regular citizens are ever going to be able to stop bailing out big companies.

November 08, 2008 | By Durand Standard Guest columnist | Opinion


Teacher honored for how she uses technology

The Liberty County Technology Office has begun a new program wherein its staff is recognizing teachers for their use of technology in their classrooms.

November 08, 2008 | Special to the Courier | Education


MMS names students of month for October

November 08, 2008 | Staff Report | Honor rolls


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Gator eludes long arm of law

Hinesville Police officers often get their man, but when it comes to reptiles, well, that can be another story.

August 01, 2014 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | Lifestyle


Range dedicated to post's 'go-to guy'

Friends and family of Thomas D. Houston Jr. gathered with Fort Stewart officials Monday to dedicate the installation's Engineer Qualification Area in his honor.

August 01, 2014 | By Kevin Larson Fort Stewart Public Affairs | Military


Highlanders ready for season

First Presbyterian Christian Academy head coach Jamie Sharp Jr. knows the feeling of looking down the sideline and not seeing many players, and the 2014 season will not be any different.

August 01, 2014 | John Wood | Sports


Brown projected to start at UCF

Former Bradwell Institute football player Chester Brown will start at right tackle this season for the University of Central Florida Knights, according to several news reports and UCF's athletic website.

August 01, 2014 | Staff report | Sports


Hints abound that McMillan could start

News reports are saying that former Liberty County linebacker Raekwon McMillan, 30 days away from participating in his first collegiate football game with Ohio State University, could see action right away this season.

August 01, 2014 | Staff report | Sports


Sikes doing well in baseball league

Hinesville native Charles (Trey) Sikes will play in a doubleheader as his New England Baseball league team, the Valley Blue Sox, take on the Sanford Mainers at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. in Holyoke, Mass.

August 01, 2014 | Staff report | Sports


HHHA hosts camp for Regency residents

The Hinesville Housing Authority-Residents Services division hosted a football camp for male residents at Regency Apartments on July 25-27.

August 01, 2014 | Special to the Courier | Sports


Sports briefs

LCRD Boot camp moves to Wednesday night

August 01, 2014 | Staff report | Sports


LCRD All-Star Teams

Photos of the LCRD All-Star baseball and softball teams. Photos by Classic One Hour Photo.

August 01, 2014 | Staff report | Sports


Eagles get back into action

The NCAA has made things a lot easier for a first-year head football coach to install his system.

August 01, 2014 | Matt Yogus Special to the Courier | Sports


Christian educators should model faith

Area schools start classes back this week and next. For both students and educators, the new year brings many challenges.

July 31, 2014 | By Mike Riddle Guest columnist | Opinion


Volunteers, community support made Special Olympics successful

Editor, I would like to personally thank Fort Stewart EFMP, Reaching Milestones and all the wonderful military and civilian volunteers who came out to support our annual Special Olympics Spring Games. The competition would not have been successful without such tremendous support from the Hinesville and Fort Stewart community.

July 31, 2014 | Staff Report | Opinion


Georgia Ports set tonnage record

SAVANNAH - The Georgia Ports Authority moved more than 29 million tons of cargo, 3 million 20-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) and more than 700,000 auto and machinery units in fiscal year 2014.

July 31, 2014 | Special to the Courier | Business


Long County High School students medal at national conference

Four Long County High School students participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America's 70thannual national leadership conference July 6-10 in San Antonio, Texas, with three of them bringing home medals.

July 31, 2014 | Special to the Courier | Education


Pembroke whittling down $700,000 in unpaid tickets

When Pembroke Police Chief Stacy Strickland asked his clerk to audit the department's files and find out how many unpaid fines might be floating around out there somewhere, he probably wasn't prepared for the answer he got.

July 31, 2014 | By Jeff Whitten Correspondent | News


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