Mi'anna Cadasia Butler was born to Cassandra D. Butler at 7:59 on April 24. Born at Liberty Regional Medical Center, baby Mi'anna weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and measured 19 inches.
Army Pvt. Jeremy R. Tetrick has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla.
Antoinette Monique LaDeshi Moore is a state finalist in the National American Miss 2009 Miss Georgia Pre-teen Pageant.
Editor, This letter is in honor of all the people that tried so hard to see that the humane shelter won the Zootoo.com makeover, but it fell short.
In Flanders Fields
Editor, The Liberty County Community has proven itself again in the support of Love-It Production's most recent performance "You Don't Know Me Until You Need Me." It was presented May 10 at Full Gospel Tabernacle Church of God In Christ. The enthusiastic audience of over 200 was provided the opportunity to enjoy a dinner meal prepared by Kahn's Family Catering and to enjoy another original stage play all in one location.
It will be one way in and one way out when the railroad grade crossing on Casseels Road closes and neighbors aren't the only ones derailed by the safety risks.
The Hinesville Rotary Club recently honored two Soliders of the Quarter:
On May 3, the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award to four teens during a ceremony at the Elks Lodge 183 in Savannah.
Matt and Jodi Woods of Gum Branch have begun their training for the 2009 Susan G. Komen 3-Day Breast Cancer Walk. It is a 60-mile walk over a three-day period. The event is Oct. 23-25 in Atlanta.
Some people are known by the many words they speak while others say relatively little, but leave an awesome impression.
It's time again for nominations for the quarterly Win-dex Awards. The Win-dex Awards are sponsored by the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce and Keep Liberty Beautiful. These awards recognize local businesses that make an effort to look good.
Everywhere we turn there are signs of recession. Prices are rising but the moral climate of our society seems to be declining. Gas costs are going up. The cost of living is going up. Unemployment is going up. Can we recover from this recession?
Often, the first impression we get of a person or place is a lasting impression. Whether it is walking into a church's office or placing a telephone call to a church, the first person you encounter is usually an administrative staffer. These "frontline soldiers" are charged with ensuring the office is run effectively and efficiently while making visitors or callers feel comfortable.
Here are some of the issues area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not know if they are true, nor do we know what motivated callers:
Hinesville Downtown Development Authority and Liberty County Chamber of Commerce officials gather with Katie Smith, a partner in Phillips, Kitchings and Smith during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the law offices on Friday, June 26. The law firm's new location is at 111 W. Court St. in downtown Hinesville.
Sophia Renèe McIntyre was born at 5:45 p.m. June 8 to Renee McIntyre and Steve McIntyre of Hinesville.
I love summer, but something's really been bugging me - bugs.
It often amazes me how many words of kindness and encouragement I receive for the stories I tell. Often, a reader will write, "You don't know me, but I feel that we are friends."
Third Class Citizens, a band with members from Liberty and Long counties, is in the running for both the Georgia Music Awards' country band of the year and Georgia-country.com's group of the year.
"Don't let the bear get you!" This old saying popped into my head during this extremely hot weather.
In many Georgia counties, the lack of - or gaps in - many public records is blamed on the Union Army's monthlong march through Georgia in the winter of 1864 when, in fact, the real reasons are a century and a half of complacency on the part of some officials entrusted to protect and preserve such records, lack of proper recordkeeping techniques, shoddy and inept recordkeeping practices, corruption, fraud, intentional alteration or destruction of records, and the lack of appropriations required to properly store and preserve such records.
Sarah McPherson, First Presbyterian Christian Academy's Class of 2015 valedictorian, attended a reception hosted by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and first lady Sandra Deal to honor the state's 2015 valedictorians June 6 at the governor's mansion in Atlanta.
Mallory Christina Scott was born at 9:28 p.m. June 5 to Krista Leigh Hall of Ludowici and Darrell Wayne Scott of Ludowici.
This weekend, we are celebrating the liberty and freedom that we have in this great country of ours. We are truly blessed to live in America, aren't we?
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Liberty County Convention & Visitors Bureau, will host a digital-marketing and social-media boot camp from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, July 27, at the La Quinta Inn & Suites, 1740 E. Oglethorpe Highway in Flemington.
These opinions are not the Courier's. Callers are not required to identify themselves, so we can verify neither sources nor their motives. Call 876-3733.
The link to register for free school supplies, to be given out at upcoming Back to School and Community Activities, Information and Registration Fairs at Stewart and Hunter, has been changed. To register, go to events.operationhomefront.net .
Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Obama administration to allow Obamacare subsidies to flow through HealthCare.gov. This is a disappointment for the rule of law and for the states that have fought to keep some of Obamacare's flawed policies out of their states.
Six Scott's All*stars' basketball players participated in a recent Duke University basketball camp.