View Mobile Site

Archive By Author -


Golfers tee off Saturday for local family

While Tonya and Gary Bashlor of Richmond Hill are doing their best in what most would consider a bad situation, the community is coming together to help them see it through.

May 06, 2010 | By Lori Wynn Staff writer | Lifestyle


BoE chairman seeking re-election

Bryan County School Board Chairman Eddie Warren is running for re-election.

May 06, 2010 | Staff reports | News


Morse back for another go at commission

Four years ago Chris Morse gave public office a shot as a write-in candidate against longtime Bryan County Commissioner Toby Roberts.

May 06, 2010 | Staff reports | News


Final days of 40 days at the Capitol

Day 39 (Tuesday, April 27): Today, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that the last two days of the session are here. The bad news is that there is still a tremendous amount of work left to be done as is evidenced by the 53 bills we have on the calendar today. And while the sheer number of bills is intimidating, of even more concern is the importance of the bills involved. While the more glamorous bills such as ethics, transportation and property tax reform have been discussed and debated in the media and different ...

May 05, 2010 | By State Sen. Buddy Carter Special to the News | Opinion


General Assembly is done

It is official, the 2010 legislative session of the Georgia General Assembly adjourned Sine Die and came to an end midnight on Thursday, April 29. After spending months devoting our time and commitment in Atlanta under the Gold Dome. After being in session for 40 legislative days spread out over four months, continual committee meetings, agreements and disagreements, the members which represent people from all over our state came together and finished the work of the people. The two days of session this week the members worked into the late hours passing legislation. Key pieces of legislation were passed this ...

May 05, 2010 | By State Rep. Ron Stephens Special to the News | Opinion


Danger on Georgia roads

Dear Editor, Drivers everywhere face many roadway dangers each time they climb into their cars. And no matter how sophisticated the latest models may be, there are many highway hazards over which we simply have no control. However, there is one precaution each and every one of us can take to help protect ourselves and our passengers from the unexpected… It's a simple as buckling-up.

May 05, 2010 | | Letters


New transportation funding will set off scramble

The Georgia Legislature has finally approved a funding mechanism for transportation. Next comes the jockeying for placement on project lists among advocates, agencies and authorities for the various modes. Just because there's finally an opportunity for transportation funding, however, doesn't mean throwing good money after bad. Taxpayers must be vigilant and demand sound solutions and bang for their buck – or their 1 percent sales tax, to be precise.

May 05, 2010 | By Benita Dodd Guest columnist | Opinion


Restaurant night benefits school

Dr. George Washington Carver Elementary School recently sponsored McTeacher Night at the Richmond Hill McDonald's near Publix. The school will receive approximately $1,100 as a result.

May 05, 2010 | | Education


Timing is a little suspicious?

I don't give a flip whether Jason Carter is elected to the Georgia state senate or not. He won't represent me because I don't live in Georgia's 42nd district. What I do care about is that his grandfather, Jimmy Carter, is at it again.

May 05, 2010 | By Dick Yarbrough Columnist | Opinion


Hinesville playwrite offers Mothers Day play

"Mama, It's Your Time," a play written by Liberty County Commissioner Donald Lovette conjures up happy childhood memories of mothers and grandmothers, many of whom were - and still are - tough and fiercely loving.

May 05, 2010 | By Denise Etheridge Special to the News | Things to Do


TRICARE offers tips on keeping kids healthy

How do we prevent overweight or obese children from becoming overweight or obese adults? According to the U.S. Surgeon General, Vice Adm. Regina Benjamin, obese children are more likely than children of normal weight to become overweight or obese adults. Overweight or obese adults are more at risk for several health problems, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, several types of cancer and osteoarthritis.

May 05, 2010 | Special to the News | Health


There are still 'normal' children out there

During the past 40 years or so, child advocates have given a good amount of lip service to the view that adults, especially educators, should respect children's "individual differences." In theory, this recognizes the fact that every trait is distributed in the general population in a manner represented by the bell-shaped curve. Whether the issue is general intelligence, sociability, optimism, musical aptitude, artistic ability or mechanical skill (to mention but a few), relatively few people are "gifted" and relatively few people are disadvantaged. Whatever the characteristic, most folks are statistically "normal." That is, they possess an adequate amount, enough ...

May 05, 2010 | By John Rosemond Columnist | Columnists


$17.9B budget passes as session adjourns

The 2010 session of the Georgia General Assembly came to an end late last Thursday night, several hours after lawmakers finalized a $17.9 billion state budget for fiscal year 2011. Having started Jan. 11, this was the longest legislative session on record since the 1880s.

May 05, 2010 | By State Rep. Al Williams Special to the News | Opinion


Thanks to schools for encouraging reading

Editor, Thanks to the generosity and love of books of the students at area schools, including Jordye Bacon, Joseph Martin, Button Gwinnett and Taylors Creek elementary schools, hundreds more children of military families will get brand-new books the next time they go to their pediatrician at Winn Army Community Hospital on Fort Stewart.

May 05, 2010 | | Letters


Youth must be taught to save responsibly

Saving for a rainy day lost much of its appeal during the height of the credit revolution, when consumers could easily buy now and pay later.

May 05, 2010 | By Marty Durrence Guest columnist | Columnists


« First  « Prev  926 927 928 929 930  Next »  Last »

Page 928 of 1127

Articles By Author -


Lady Redskins down No. 2, No. 1 on same day

Lady Redskins beat No. 2, No. 1.

September 16, 2014 | Staff reports Bryan County News | Local sports


Pembroke honors its oldest resident

Altie Moody was just a girl when Pembroke was chartered in 1905.

September 16, 2014 | Staff report Bryan County News | Local news


Sidewalk work could begin in October

Richmond Hill Planning and Zoning Director Scott Allison told City Council on Tuesday night the work on the city's sidewalks project could begin in October.

September 16, 2014 | Jeff Whitten Bryan County News | Local news


Gateway opens clinic in Pembroke

Gateway Behavioral Health Services has opened a clinic and is providing mental health and addictive disease treatment services in Pembroke, according to a press release sent Tuesday.

September 16, 2014 | Special to the News Bryan County News | Local news


Know the truth through Jesus Christ

I'm sure you have seen the commercial at some point. She says, "It has to be true. I read it on the Internet." And then she meets her date -the "French supermodel." And you chuckle because you know someone who is that naïve.

September 16, 2014 | By Pastor Brad Butler First Baptist Church, Pembroke | Faith


You can't put a price tag on loyalty

When I think back on the days of my youth, that time when I had the privilege of traveling on the NASCAR circuit, it would be hard to pick a lesson learned that was more important than another.

September 16, 2014 | By Ronda Rich Columnist | Opinion


Many days to make one happy

I happen to love the song "Happy" from the movie soundtrack, "Despicable Me 2."

September 16, 2014 | By Rich DeLong Columnist | Opinion


Confidence can trump conformity

Most mornings, I spend about five minutes pulling my freshly washed hair into a ponytail. It's easy, it's efficient, and, I like to tell myself, it's even chic. When I know I'll be meeting important people or attending special events, however (like, say, the United Way annual campaign kick-off party or a chamber of commerce breakfast), I break out the products and utensils and spend an extra 20 minutes or so coaxing my locks into what I hope is a more professional-looking style.

September 16, 2014 | By Hollie Moore Barnidge Columnist | Opinion


Students tackle weather forecasting

Mrs. Walker's fourth grade students at Carver Elementary recently became "Meteorologists of the Day."

September 15, 2014 | Special to the News | Education


Embracing the love of Christ, part 1

Do you understand that Jesus loves you? Yes, you - you are important to God.

September 15, 2014 | By Minister Riley Nelson Richmond Hill Church of Christ | Faith


Regrouping on a particular philosophy

I've always been one of those persons who won't hire someone to do something for me if I can do it myself, such as painting my house, building a deck, building a utility barn, caring for my own lawn, installing new flooring, etc. It was just the way I was raised. And it stuck.

September 15, 2014 | By Dwain Walden Columnist | Opinion


Weightlifting contest Saturday

Bend-the-Bar: Registration is under way for the Stewart/Hunter "Bend-the-Bar" Powerlifting and Bench Press Challenge Saturday at 4thIBCT Fitness Center.

September 15, 2014 | Special to the News | Things to Do


Community Announcements for Sept. 15

Sept. 16: The Richmond Hill Bryan County Chamber of Commerce's next Lunch & Learn is at noon Tuesday, Sept. 16. Complimentary for chamber members, and $15 non-members. Attendees should bring their own lunches. Call 912-756-3444

September 15, 2014 | Staff Report | Community Announcements


State revenue up in August over 2013

Georgia's net tax collections for the month of August totaled $1.39 billion for an increase of $47 million, or 3.5 percent, compared to the month-ended August 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal's office recently announced.

September 14, 2014 | Special to the News | Business


Command sergeant major speaks at BCHS

Army Command Sergeant Major Cameron Porter talked to more than 110 Bryan County High School JROTC students during an assembly last week. The career public affairs officer, assigned to the Armed Forces Network Command in Europe, talked to the junior cadets about what a positive influence the Army and military could play in their lives. He encouraged them to consider a career in the military when making the plans.

September 13, 2014 | Special to the News | Education


1 2 3 4 5  Next »  Last »

Page 1 of 10


Please wait ...