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Autism awareness is focus of drive

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce is inviting the business community to turn Liberty County blue on March 31 in recognition of World Autism Day ...

February 26, 2017 | Special to the Courier | LIBERTY LIFE

Trump relation with son-in-law too much

For those of us who have found it difficult to say anything nice about Donald Trump, here's something: He clearly is a family man ...

February 26, 2017 | By Bob Franken Columnist | Opinion

BOE controversy continues

While Liberty County school board member Marcus Scott continues to level accusations of misconduct at fellow board members and Superintendent Dr. Valya Lee, a principal ...

February 26, 2017 | Patty Leon Coastal Courier | Local news

Major Cribbs laid to rest

A man of few words but deep connections to the community was laid to rest Friday.

February 26, 2017 | Patty Leon Coastal Courier | News

5 interesting facts about the Academy Awards

The 89th Academy Awards kicks off on Sunday, starting at 6:30 p.m. Mountain Time, from Los Angeles.

February 25, 2017 | Herb Scribner DeseretNews.com Web Team | Hot Topics

Former BI coach, cited for DUI

Former Bradwell Institute head football coach Greg Hill was arrested Feb. 11 and charged with DUI after he left a sports bar on E.G ...

February 25, 2017 | Staff Report | News

Smiley art teacher earns grant

Allison Walden, Long County's Smiley Elementary School art teacher, has won an Innovation Grant from Alpha Delta Kappa International Honorary Organization for Women Educators.

February 25, 2017 | Special to the Courier | Education

A witness to kind young minds

Many people said that little kids have the most innocent hearts, and everything is different and interesting in their view. Their pure minds sometimes bring ...

February 25, 2017 | By Jingyue 'Jorga' Wu Columnist | LIBERTY LIFE

Battle Satan with prayer

As followers of Jesus Christ, we don't have to look for spiritual battles, they will come to us.

February 25, 2017 | By Pastor Steve Lane New Beginnings Community Church | Faith

Trump tweet exposes judiciary

As you might have heard, Donald Trump tweeted at a judge.

February 25, 2017 | By Rich Lowry Columnist | Opinion

Chamber to sponsor active shooter training

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce will host Lunch and Learn on self-defense and active shooter training from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 ...

February 25, 2017 | Special to the Courier | Business News

Little pieces of plastic may cause big problems along coast

In recent years, the public has become attuned to the problem of trash in the ocean, especially plastic, as images of the Great Pacific Garbage ...

February 25, 2017 | Michael Sullivan Special to the Courier | Local news

2 men of different faiths create translation of The Qur'an into English with reference to the Bible

Two men of faith, one Muslim and one Christian, have created a new book — a translation of The Qur'an into English, with references to ...

February 25, 2017 | Carole Mikita KSL.com | Faith

Sharing the struggle of mental illness

BOISE, Idaho — Teenager Eric Walton says his battle with mental illness short-changed his childhood. Now at 17 years old, he's speaking out about the ...

February 25, 2017 | Erin Goff KSL.com | Living well

Is it your period or are you pregnant? Here's how to tell the difference.

If you’re trying to get pregnant, you might feel excitement and anxiety when that time of the month rolls around. You’ve researched early ...

February 25, 2017 | Shaelynn Miller FamilyShare | Living well

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LCSO promotes two officers

Rising up within the ranks of the Liberty County Sheriff's Office were Jim Chapman and Jeffrey Hein, who were honored for their accomplishments Thursday afternoon in Sheriff Steve Sikes' office at the Liberty County Justice Center.

August 15, 2011 | Patty Leon | Public Safety

Sound off for Aug. 14

Here are some of hte issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we know what motivated the callers:

August 15, 2011 | Anonymous | Sound off

Appeals court strikes health insurance requirement

ATLANTA - A federal appeals panel's ruling striking down the centerpiece of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul moves the question of whether Americans can be required to buy health insurance a step closer to the U.S. Supreme Court.

August 15, 2011 | By Greg Bluestein The Associated Press | State, National

GOP candidates face early test in 2012 campaign

AMES, Iowa - Thousands of Iowa Republicans munched on barbecue and mingled with presidential hopefuls on a college campus where they began voting Saturday in the first test to see how the candidates trying to unseat President Barack Obama are faring with the GOP base.

August 15, 2011 | By Mike Glover and Philip Elliott The Associated Press | State, National

Consider providing spiritual help for those less fortunate

The presence of the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi has been woven into the fabric of who we are as Liberty County. The 3rd Infantry Division is often the first major fighting force sent into areas where our country is either trying to preserve our own liberty or helping other countries achieve theirs.

August 15, 2011 | Dr. Peggy Rayman | Faith

Bombings bear signs of al-Qaida in Iraq, general says

WASHINGTON - Bomb explosions that have killed at least 58 Iraqis today appear to be the work of al-Qaida in Iraq, a spokesman for U.S. Forces Iraq said today.

August 15, 2011 | By Jim Garamone American Forces Press Service | Military

Winning souls for the kingdom of God

Long County has a new church and a pastor who is eager to become a part of the community.

August 15, 2011 | Edith Anderson Coastal Courier correspondent | Faith

Midway’s late water bill payment policy is heartless, nonsensical

Editor: Members of the Midway City Council must have left their hearts in San Francisco.

August 15, 2011 | Len Calderone | Opinion

Politicians can solidify voters by improving Medicare

Frightening seniors about Medicare changes is often referred to as Medi-scare. All Americans should be scared: In the coming years, 78 million baby boomers will place unprecedented demands on Medicare. Meanwhile, Medicare's Hospital Insurance Fund will run out of money in 2024, according to the 2011 Medicare Trustees Report.

August 15, 2011 | Ronald E. Bachman | Opinion

Some behavior is ‘just a guy thing’

Men - especially military men - just function differently than women. It's possible that's the most obvious conclusion I've ever made, but I recently found myself needing the reminder.

August 15, 2011 | Joselynn McKenna | Opinion

Education scandals often a bit inflated

This is America. All of our kids are smart as a whip. So, why do Atlanta teachers and administrators even have to think about erasing wrong answers on standardized tests in order to make them look good? Aren't they good already? The history of their grades over the years would seem to prove that, after all.

August 15, 2011 | Marietta Daily Journal Online mdjonline.com | Opinion

Better health screenings could prevent tragedy

Justice may have been served Wednesday when Joseph Bozicevich was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the September 2008 shooting deaths of Staff Sgt. Darris Dawson and Sgt. Wesley Durbin in Iraq. But even though the sentencing decision likely was what the families of the deceased had been hoping for, there clearly are no winners in this situation.

August 15, 2011 | Courier editorial | Opinion

Long Co. gets lopsided win over Liberty

The Long County High School softball team, playing at home, defeated Liberty County on Thursday in a lopsided 16-2 game.

August 15, 2011 | Mike Riddle | Local sports

Atlanta Braves salute former manager

ATLANTA - There were 6s everywhere at Turner Field as the Braves honored Bobby Cox on Friday night.

August 15, 2011 | Charles Odum The Associated Press | State, national sports

GHSA reviews policies on activities during heat

The Georgia High School Association is deeply saddened whenever a student dies, whether it be in an athletic situation or some other type of situation. We are devastated to have had two students die recently after their involvement in football workouts, and we are concerned about the well-being of our athletes in the days to come.

August 15, 2011 | Special to the Courier | State, national sports

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