If you've ever said, "there's nothing to do in Liberty County," we've got the fix that will reintroduce you to the area, whether it's your hometown or a temporary station.
The fall 2012 edition of Liberty Liberty magazine offers a look at the finer side of life in and around Hinesville and Fort Stewart. It is available now for $2.95 at the Coastal Courier office on South Main Street and is coming soon to Uncommon Grounds, the Hinesville Pharmacy, Kroger and CVS.
The fall edition of Liberty Life magazine features profiles of seven artists who bring groove to Liberty by playing a variety of venues.
It offers a pictorial glimpse inside a Walthourville plantation, Tea Grove Plantation, dedicated to preserving past nostalgia.
For the political-minded, the magazine has a profile of Liberty County Chairman John D. McIver, who also served as Riceboro mayor for 21 years. McIver, whose more than 30 years of government will come to an end in January, reflects on his service.
The magazine also documents fossil collector Bill Eberlein on one of his dives in Liberty's saltwater rivers, where he unearths teeth from megalodons.
Departments in the publication include a look at area events, a taste of fall feasts and a columnist Debra Ayers Brown's humorous take on when she realized Hinesville was home.
Readers may find their neighbors captured in Faces & Places, which features crowd shots from recent events, or draw inspiration from the story of Lady Tigers basketball coach Faye Baker.