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Shorts and ball caps with American flag print are more of the go-to wear for the Fourth of July holiday than woolly 18th century garb.

June 29, 2017 | By Alena Cowley Coastal Courier correspondent | LIBERTY LIFE

Back-to-school clinics set for July, Aug.

The Liberty County Health Department is holding three clinics to help parents beat the back-to-school rush.

June 29, 2017 | Special to the Courier | Education

Health department to hold three back-to-school clinics

The Liberty County Health Department will be holding back-to-school clinics in late July and early August for students in need of immunizations and vision, hearing ...

June 29, 2017 | Coastal Courier | Education

The long race finally over

"Our long national nightmare is over."

June 28, 2017 | By Tom Crawford Syndicated columnist | Opinion

He’s no fan of parenting magazines

For several reasons, I am not a fan of parenting magazines.

June 28, 2017 | By John Rosemond Syndicated columnist | Opinion

‘Joe Versus the Volcano’ leads Blu-ray upgrades for vintage movies

Several vintage movies have landed on Blu-ray for the first time, led by a quirky comedy from 1990.

June 28, 2017 | Chris Hicks Deseret News | Trending

It's time to unify the sheep and the goats

When did goats become cool?

June 28, 2017 | Jerry Johnston Deseret News | Faith

Kinetic 'Baby Driver' is a fairy tale triumph of style, substance and a killer soundtrack

"BABY DRIVER" — 3½ stars — Ansel Elgort, Jon Hamm, Elza Gonzalez, Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Jamie Foxx; R (violence and language throughout); in general release

June 28, 2017 | Josh Terry Deseret News | Trending

Mother finds blacks spots in her baby's nose—the cause comes from a common household object

Meghan Budden was washing her baby in her New Jersey apartment and discovered something alarming. When she wiped her baby's nose, she discovered small ...

June 28, 2017 | Stael F. Pedrosa Metzger FamilyShare | Living well

Six brothers are teased for their long hair, but when their hairstylist finds out why, they cut thei

Phoebe Kannisto and her six sons grew their hair out for years for a wonderful cause.

June 28, 2017 | Emily Brady FamilyShare | Trending

Viral video shows woman accidentally pick up rattlesnake

CALABASAS, Calif. — Imagine that you’ve just finished a luxurious soak in your hot tub. As you walk across the yard, you notice something on ...

June 28, 2017 | Grant Olsen KSL.com | Outdoors/Recreation

The Clean Cut: Be prepared for this epic Disney villain medley

A capella is having a moment right now, and with the help of YouTube personalities Peter Hollens and Whitney Avalon, it’s unlikely to fade ...

June 28, 2017 | Hannah McDonald Deseret News | Trending

Reclaiming the old-fashioned summer

I’ll never forget the summer before fifth grade. I spent every day playing an endless game of Monopoly, eating blue and green Mr. Freeze ...

June 28, 2017 | Tiffany Gee Lewis Deseret News | Trending

The rebirth of etiquette: Are manners dead, or have they simply been repurposed for a new generation

Eliana Bonati’s son was having a tough time making friends. Diagnosed with attention deficit disorder, he struggled initiating conversations with his peers.

June 28, 2017 | Tiffany Gee Lewis Deseret News | Trending

The unsung hero of the family vacation

Well, it’s happened. I’ve become my mother.

June 28, 2017 | Erin Stewart Deseret News | Trending

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Camp is to prepare incoming kindergartners

The Liberty County School System will offer a kindergarten transition camp this summer at each elementary school. All students who are registered for kindergarten for the next school year will have the opportunity to participate in the free program.

May 12, 2010 | Special to the Courier | Education

Tigers honored at soccer banquet

They donned suits and fancy dresses but it wasn't the prom. In fact, the group that filled Bradwell Institute's cafeteria last Thursday would be more likely to use a dance floor for an impromptu soccer game than for cutting a rug.

May 12, 2010 | Patty Leon Sports writer | Sports

Combat summer boredom with 4-H camps

The Liberty County Extension Service recently released this summer's schedule for 4-H camps and classes. Camps and classes are scheduled at several locations and costs and participant requirements vary for each session.

May 12, 2010 | Special to the Courier | LIBERTY LIFE

Chapman brings home three medals

Camille Jackson, Quintunya Chapman, Shonteria Williams, KeAndre Ladson, Kissimmee Herring, Kwajelin Holsendolph and Sherina Hornsby made the voyage to Albany last weekend for the girls state track meet. The athletes represented the Bradwell Institute Lady Tigers in Class AAAAA.

May 12, 2010 | Patty Leon Sports writer | Sports

Sports briefs For May 12, 2010

First annual Sunbury 5K

May 12, 2010 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters

Blue Tide band and choir enjoy first-place finishes

The Long County High School band and choir recently competed in the Music USA National Competition and brought home two first-place trophies.

May 12, 2010 | Patty Leon Sports writer | Sports

Braves to retire Tom Glavine's No. 47

ATLANTA - Tom Glavine thought of his rocky first full season with the Atlanta Braves when the team announced Tuesday it will retire his number.

May 12, 2010 | Chrles Odum AP Sports writer | Sports

Stewart soldier's death under review

Staff Sgt. Esau S.A. Gonzales died May 3 in Mosul, Iraq, from a gunshot wound to the chest. Army officials confirmed Monday this was a non-combat related injury. The sergeant's death remains under investigation.

May 12, 2010 | By Denise Etheridge Staff writer | Military

BI student places second in literature

Bradwell Institute placed second in the March 13 Region Literary Meet at Savannah Arts Academy.

May 12, 2010 | Special to the Courier | Education

Georgia needs leader with vision

In just six months, Georgia voters will choose the political leadership to guide the state through a critical time in its history. Balancing the budget will again be painful, along with ongoing challenges in education, transportation, water and economic growth. It will take more than incremental approaches and status quo thinking. Voters must demand leadership that unites Georgians with a bold vision for our future. Here are a few examples.

May 12, 2010 | By Kelly McCutchen Guest columnist | Opinion

Trauma care closer to reality

On Feb. 7, 2008, in my hometown of Port Wentworth, 14 people lost their lives in one of the worst industrial accidents in our state's history. The horrible explosion that night at the Imperial Sugar plant changed the lives of many in the greater Savannah area, reminding us how fragile life is and how important emergency services are.

May 12, 2010 | By State Sen. Buddy Carter Special to the Courier | Opinion

Safeguard your private information

This is the time of year when many people finalize their summer vacation plans – confirming travel and lodging reservations, dusting off suitcases and looking for games to occupy the kids on long road trips. Just be sure that when your brain goes into vacation mode, you don't ignore the same precautions you take during everyday life to protect your personal information.

May 12, 2010 | By Jason Alderman Practical money skills | Advice/Columnists

Elderly Bryan County man still missing

Authorities are still seeking an 82-year-old Ellabell man with Alzheimer's disease who has been missing since Thursday.

May 12, 2010 | Staff report | Public Safety

Imperial, OSHA in settlement talks

SAVANNAH - Imperial Sugar and the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration are discussing a possible settlement of proposed fines against the company for a deadly 2008 refinery explosion near Savannah.

The talks have prompted an administrative law judge to postpone a hearing on the fines by the independent Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission scheduled for next Tuesday in Savannah.

May 12, 2010 | Associated Press | Business News

Regents approve tuition hikes up to 16%

ATLANTA - Georgia college students will pay up to $1,000 more in tuition in the coming school year under hikes passed by the state Board of Regents on Tuesday, a move that comes amid one of the worst state fiscal crises in recent history.

The tuition increases for the state's 35 public colleges and universities hit hardest at research universities: Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia and Georgia State University. Many students will pay $3,535 per semester, a 16 percent increase over last fall.

May 12, 2010 | By Dorie Turner Associated Press writer | Education

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